Hypnosis is a natural state of mind in which the physical body is deeply relaxed and the mind is alert, clear and focused. It is normal for each of us to enter this state, (sometimes called a trance state) at least twice a day: right before we fall asleep and right after we wake up. There are also many other times during the day that we may enter a natural trance state, for example, while driving. Have you ever missed your exit on the freeway because you were “spacing out”? Other common examples of daily trance states are watching TV, listening to music, exercising, and daydreaming. All of these are examples of what is called “environmental hypnosis.” When you are in the hypnotic state in a hypnotherapy session, you will be awake, aware, and will hear and remember everything that is said.
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