Hypnotherapy has been around for a long time now. Many people believe that it is effective as a therapy for low self-esteem and other health-related or personal-related issues. In fact a lot of people turn to hypnosis for insomnia. Simply put, it uses hypnosis to deal with those problems. Focused awareness is how most people think of it while others just see it as a mystery that works.
The subject is put under suggestible state when under hypnotherapy. This means that in this therapy the patient’s subconscious mind is being tapped into. Why not the conscious mind? That is because the subconscious area of our brain is up to 95 percent. This means that we use on that remaining 10 of our consciousness to be able to accept and process new data. All our memories and the things that we know are stored in our subconscious mind. Think of hypnosis as a means to get the person to focus on the desired aspect in the back of his mind in order to get him or her to change the way he thinks. You can say then that hypnosis helps make a person change his negative self-image.
Moving on, the question now is how hypnosis can get a person to have better self-esteem? Basically, our self-esteem is affected by the judgement from outer people that we push to our subconscious mind where further the brain relates with our ideals and our values. Take note that self-esteem play a huge role in our ability to live happily.
The things acquire on TV and those that people say about us can either break or make our positive self-image. Those things can either lift our self-esteem or destroy them. In fact, those inputs can make us feel worthless, unloved …