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You might call us smooth talkers but we are hypnotic conversationalists, and we have honed and mastered the art of using hypnosis as a conversation.

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The greatest discovery of my generation is that a human being can alter his life by altering his attitudes of mind.” – William James


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This one of the lesser practiced techniques where a person will be made to rest on a couch and give many cues that will open their subconscious mind help you make a few changes and will get you back to having a great life.


The mind is powerful, and you have more control than you think.

– Scott D. Lewis

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Differences and Similarities Between Meditation and Hypnosis

There are plenty in common when it comes to meditation and hypnosis, but the two processes serve different outcomes from a medical point of view. To better understand what each stands for, let us look at the definition and use of each. Girl in meditation Meditation is done in anticipation of reaching a state of relaxation whereas hypnosis is seen more like a program where the participant seeks to have good habits replaced with bad ones through suggestions. The former is done individually whereas the latter requires at least two participants. Hypnosis is particularly great when it comes to people that want to quit the addiction, and this is done through the help of therapies and other tools. The initial phase of the process begins with the participant entering a relaxed phase. The session is, more often than not, ends with the person’s subconscious mind being altered.
  If spiritual atonement is a goal, meditation is done instead as this helps the person work on reducing their stress levels and also unravel everything cluttered and messy in their head. It also works towards energizing the person as a whole and in turn, bring peace and tranquillity to an otherwise crowded mind. Let us look at a few more differences
  • Although self-hypnosis is an exception, hypnosis is induced onto someone by a practitioner while meditation involves a person staying as quiet as they can in order to reach a state where their mind is calm.
  • The starting point in each process is different as well. In meditation, the individual starts from a cluttered and messy mind and strives to reach a more relaxed state of mind whereas in hypnosis, the brain is first put in a state of relaxation and from there, the subconscious mind is reprogrammed according to the person’s needs.
  • While hypnosis aims to alter the mind and its habits, meditation seeks to better both the physical as well as mental wellbeing. But Theravada meditation, a conservative Buddhist tradition, aims at achieving almost the same goals as that of hypnosis.
  • Meditation has religious tie-ins and is practiced in religions such as Hinduism, Islam, and even Christianity. Although they aren’t explicitly named meditation, all religions practice some form or a form close to meditation. This isn’t the case when it comes to hypnosis because it was discovered through medicine and therapy.
  • Meditation takes months to master whereas hypnosis can be learned by mastering its various techniques. All one needs is a few weeks to hone their skill when it comes to hypnosis.

Hypnotherapy and Mental Health

Relaxation and intense concentration are some of the things that are used in hypnotherapy, and this is used to put the mind in a state of trance. In this state, the participant is in a state of awareness that is very high. Anything and everything that is happening around the individual is ignored or blocked out. This is done so in order to concentrate on a specific thought or task and is done under the supervision of a trained hypnotherapist. Rather than being considered as a form of treatment, hypnotherapy is seen more as a tool in psychotherapy. It is helpful in the field of psychotherapy as the person becomes exceptionally relaxed. This, in turn, helps them explore thoughts, feelings or memories that are otherwise painful. Said thoughts or emotions could be in their subconscious mind. Men with question Being in hypnosis also enables the participant to see things in a new light as pain is often blocked out. There are two ways with which hypnotherapy can be used, namely suggestion therapy and patient analysis.

Suggestion therapy

Suggestion therapy is often used to rectify bad behavior such as smoking. This is because being in a hypnotic state can help the participant become more open and susceptible to suggestions, thereby changing their perception on certain sensations and feelings. Suggestion therapy is also used to treat chronic pain.

Patient Analysis

After being induced in a trance, the doctor then tries to identify trauma or repressed memories that lie within the unconscious mind. Said trauma or memory could be the cause of a disease. After this has been determined, it is then discussed in a psychotherapy session. Although this method has been used for an extended period of time, in today’s age, hypnotherapy is often separated from psychoanalysis. As the person is in a state of hypnosis, there is plenty of room for the treatment of diseases and mental illnesses such as depression, stress, and phobias. Although hypnosis can prove beneficial among individuals that have a healthy mind, the same cannot be said for those who aren’t mentally sound. Hypnosis cannot be recommended for people that suffer from hallucinations or alcoholism, drug abuse. A significant risk that comes with hypnosis is that there is a high chance that false memory is created. This usually stems from suggestions from the therapist that are unintended and hence, why using hypnosis on mental disorders is still not mainstream. There aren’t elements in hypnosis that pose physical threats to the participants, and the significant challenges that it faces are the ones that have already been discussed above.

Hypnosis: An overview

Hypnosis has been around since the 18th century, and although it has been termed as pseudoscience in its early days, it is today, seen as a valid treatment method for various disorders. “Hypnos,” a Greek word, is the basis through which the term hypnosis came about, and it was first termed so by Etienne Felix D’Henin de Cuvillers. Cullivers was a magnetizer, a believer of influencing and curing physical effects through force. Eyes Cullivers was also someone that was very much interested in how suggestions can sway the mind. He believed that putting patients in a hypnotic trance can help change their minds as well as physical behavior. But hypnotic trance was a concept that was conceived by Franz Mesmer nearly a whole century before. He theorized the existence of animal magnetism which he believed was fluid so invisible that it flowed between all living things. The fluid, he speculated, had the power to impact the behavior of human beings. Hypnosis is said to have two main elements, namely suggestion and induction. Implications that are involuntary are called suggestions, and these implications are presumed to be something that they have no control over. Although what can be constituted as induction isn’t set in stone, it is still the first suggestion that happens in hypnosis. The level of suggestibility varies from person to person, and if researches are anything to go by, participants that are highly suggestible will have very less control over their actions when they are under hypnosis. Cognitive processes are also studied to have an effect under hypnosis. Participants perfection is changed, and agnosia is induced. A state where the brain is aware of the stimuli but cannot fathom what it is called agnosia. These results are strengthened by experiments done in the past. Inducing agnosia is used extensively by magicians as tricks. But this has led to questionable results since these do not turn out very well for the participant when all is said and done. Memories that are repressed are uncovered through the use of hypnosis, although this is extremely undesirable. This method is called therapeutic regression, and it is mainly used to reveal childhood or early abuse or trauma. Studies have also found that hypnotic suggestions can be used to plant memories that never happened thereby blending truth with fiction. Although this gives hypnosis a bad name, there is other evidence which suggests hypnosis can improve memory. The extent of improvement varies from one individual to the other.