Self-hypnosis helps people to help themselves
Hypnosis is usually perceived subjectively as a kind of deep relaxation. In this state, inner images or feelings are often perceived much more intensively and realistically than in an awake state. The attention is completely directed inwards, and the outer reality steps into the background. Hypnosis is in no way used to manipulate a patient or to control them in any way.
In the medical field, the aim of hypnosis is for the patient to experience more self-efficacy through it, act in a more self-determined way and learn ways to take their illness into their own hands and to change it.
Hypnosis is a kind of help where patients use their experiences and what we call “resources”, mostly with the help of an experienced therapist, to initiate the actual change. This happens both consciously and unconsciously. In principle, every brain has what it takes to do this and the shorter-lived the (anxiety) disorder, the better the results of hypnosis.
The self-hypnosis audiobook „Angstfrei durchs Leben“ (Fearless through life) by Dr. Harry Imberg offers its listeners therapy in the form of self-hypnosis.
Self-hypnosis is a highly effective method that can be learned by anyone and can also be performed comfortably at home alone. People with completely different symptoms and fears can achieve an amazing improvement even with more longstanding complaints. Once again, they can experience the feeling of determining their lives freely and on their own terms.
The easiest way to use self-hypnosis for yourself is to focus hard on a goal to be achieved or a concrete step towards it, with intensity and with as many sensory channels as possible. This might be, for example, your own health or a fear that torments you.
In self-hypnosis, physical and mental relaxation is used to create a state of trance. Attention is focused on one goal, and external stimuli are largely ignored. Through our ability to observe our thoughts, control over what is happening can always be maintained.
Steering towards the inner reality helps to detect and develop undiscovered potentials as well as to defuse fears and phobias. This includes, for example, fear of the dentist.
Self-hypnosis helps people help themselves, and in many cases, helps us to get in touch with ourselves again.
With the self-hypnosis method developed by Dr. Harry Imberg, you will train your subconscious to recognise and eliminate unfounded fears. This helps in many situations – including fearing your next visit to the dentist.