There are many reasons people undergo hypnosis in todayâ€™s world. The reasons can range from helping a person quit a bad habit, feel more joyful, and help manage pain or even for losing weight.
It has gained surprising ground with the people of today. Regardless of why you would want to hypnotise someone, I will give you some hints and tips and how to do this.
Create The Setting
When you have a candidate for hypnotism for whatever the reason probably the first thing you will want to do for this to work is to create a relaxed setting.
Therefore, in the place where you are going to attempt to hypnotise someone the lights should be dim.
It is also helpful to maybe like some candles or incense to create that relaxed setting.
Be sure also to try to block out any noise that will intrude on your session. It is somewhat hard to relax when noises loud or soft are distracting you.
If you do not do this, you will find it very hard or impossible to hypnotise your candidate easily.
Relax The Body And Mind
Now the next step in the process is to get the person to relax once they have entered the area.
This can be done in many ways but usually, hypnotists will tell their candidate to start breathing slowly and calmly. It is important that they breathe in and out for this will help the body to relax.
Having them lay or sit down on a comfortable couch, bed, or chair will help this process.
Once they begin to really relax, tell them to start pushing out all thoughts, troubles, worries, concerns and ideas out of their mind.
They must relax the body as well as the mind.
A technique used by many is telling the candidate to assign a thought or worry about each breath that leaves your body. Therefore, in a way that person is breathing out their concerns and thoughts.
Now is the time where they are at a very susceptible state of mind in being very relaxed. This is where they actual hypnotic process will start to happen.
Many hypnotists will suggest that at this stage you should tell your candidate to imagine that their entire body is filling up with liquid starting from your toes and working its way up your body to the top of your head. Now they are completely relaxed when this takes place.
When they are in this trance-like state of being in deep relaxation is when it is time to suggest things to them.
From this point on, they will listen and adhere to what you are telling them. This is where the hypnotism will actually take place and when you are finished simply ask them to awaken from their intense state of relaxation.
You want to make sure you have a goal in mind with your hypnotism of someone. Hypnotising someone just to do it is not really recommended.
For whatever the reason or purpose it can be very easy to hypnotise someone.