Case Study: My Experience With Hypnotherapy

The Concept Of Hypnosis

Is hypnosis real, and what exactly do people said to be hypnotized feel like? Are hypnotized people usually in a different type of space other than the one we are living. Funny how many people get to see videos of hypnosis on movies and cartoons but the biggest question remains this hypnosis real at any level and point in life. There is this debate that hypnotherapy has put on that tries to answer whether this state is real or not. Well in this debate you get to view the different sides and later come to a conclusion of whether this is usually real or not.

In hypnosis there is this special state of stupor called the hypnotic state. Gullibility and improved mind visualization is pretty much involved with hypnosis. Surprisingly, this state involves a number of reality spins such as amnesia and hallucinations. One has this strange way of recognizing things in real life and so.

While in this state, the body and mind is bound to involuntary behavior frequently giving way to the control of behavior to the command of the hypnotist. Theorists supporting hypnosis will uncover this theory of hypnosis with the help of results from EEG even though they currently cannot prove it by any means.
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Theoreticians have tried to lay open facts just to bring out the differences between hypnosis and real life. On a different note though, there are none-state theorists who have tried wrapping their fingers to all this hypnosis talk and well they pretty much oppose all the hypnosis theory as mentioned above. What they believe is: most of the terms used in hypnosis such as trance and dissociation have been taken from the domain of malformed psychology and are deluding in that responsiveness to suggestion is a typical psychological response.
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They tend to believe that a normal person can actually equally match the actions of a hypnotized person. Well could they be implying that what hypnotized people do could also be done by that one who is not under any kind of spell?. They have brought about different philosophies proving that this phony involuntary body and mind behavior could be explained without the theory of hypnosis being involved. It is clear that these people have at heart the clear intentions of proving that hypnosis is nothing but a mere fantasy.

These theorists even go an extra mile to prove that the differences in response to hypnotic suggestions are mainly because of the patients’ expectations, motivation or even the level of imagination one has.
Well this serves as food for thought to your questions and you are left with the option of deciding whether it is or it is not. In conclusion, who do you believe is right and who do you think is wrong.