Hypnosis Terminology. Hypnosis is actually a form of
psychology, and as such, it has many different types of terms
that you may not be familiar with.
In order to fully understand the practice of hypnotherapy,
it is important to know as many of these terms as possible. In
that respect, weve created this article in order to help
yourself to become familiarized with some of the more common
terms thrown about.
Association is a type of procedure that many hypnotherapists
use in order to help patients to change the way that they think
about certain things.
When a hypnotherapist uses association, they work towards
suggesting to the patient that one action is associated with
another action, causing them to want to behave in a certain way
more or less depending on the goal of the treatment.
For that reason, association is commonly used when it comes
to helping people to deal with problems such as a smoking
habit. If you are familiar with the Pavlovs dog experiment, it
worked by Pavlov associating the sound of the ringing bell with
the delivery of food, making the dog salivate when the bell
rung just like it would if the food had arrived.
Delta waves When you are hypnotized, the level of activity
in your brain tends to change. There are many different types
of brain waves that you go through in the average night of
Beta waves are said to occur when you are awake, active, and
Alpha brain waves begin to take hold when you are relaxed or
reflecting, often occurring before bedtime.
Theta waves are the next step towards sleep, in which an
individual feels drowsy.
Delta waves are the waves that are active in the brain when
you are sleeping or when you are in a deep hypnotic trance.
Dreams occur when the delta waves are active, and many
hypnotherapists try to get their patients to reach this stage
so that they are at the pinnacle of suggestion, making the
hypnotherapists work all the more easy.
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Smoking Cessation Hypnosis
Many hypnotherapists that deal with the topic of cigarette smoking offer a single visit program in which one visit should provide enough help to make you quit smoking cigarettes then and there. If you find that you are still struggling within your habit, however, the hypnotherapist will often offer you follow up visits for free in order to reinforce the hypnotic suggestion that you are receiving.
Many people wonder how a simple session of hypnotherapy can be useful when it comes to helping them to quit smoking. We'll now go in-detail about what you can expect to experience when visiting a hypnotherapist so that you can get a better idea of the process and what to expect upon your visit.
First, the therapist will often give you a series of questions that are asked in order to help to figure out what exactly your personal motives for smoking cigarettes are. Next, the therapist will begin the hypnosis part of the session.
Misdirection this is another type of hypnotic technique that is
used by hypnotherapists in order to bring the patient to a
deeper level of hypnotism. In misdirection, the patient is
coaxed towards moving their thought processes in a certain
direction while, in all reality, the patient is moved in a
completely different direction. Rapport rapport refers to the
relationship that is shared between the individual that is
seeking treatment and the hypnotherapist.
The more healthy of a communicative relationship the two
have, the easier it will be for the hypnotherapist to put
the patient in a relaxed state, making hypnosis much
easier. Hyper-suggestability this is a term that many
hypnotherapists use in order to refer to the main problem
that many people face in the real world.
Believe it is possible what ever it is,
and through visualizations, and hypnotism
you can manifest the success with whatever
goal you are trying to achieve
The problem is that the individual is too prone to being
altered by the many suggestions that the world places on
them, causing them to exist at the whim of their
environments. Much of the work a hypnotherapist does works
towards correcting the problems developed by the
hyper-suggestability of an individual.