Do we use hypnosis?
Yes, in rare cases. We can use this to treat issues over orgasm difficulties or control, phobias over oral sex, ………all sorts of problems.
What Does a Hypnosis Session Feel Like?
Hypnosis should be relaxing and enjoyable experience. Remember that all hypnosis is self-hypnosis, and the hypnotist needs your cooperation to help you achieve a successful hypnotic state and the hypnotist can’t make you do anything you don’t want to do.
Do not expect to go to sleep or lose touch with reality. You are fully aware, and you will know everything that is going on around you. Once in a while, on coming out of hypnosis a client might express disappointment with the experience. They insist that they have heard everything that was going on, and that they did not go to sleep. This comes from misconceptions about hypnosis. Hypnotic amnesia and lack of consciousness are not experienced by the vast majority of people and the suggestions which have been given to them will in most cases exercise influence, unless the person deliberately sets out to prove that the suggestions will not work.
Hypnosis feels like being very, very relaxed. During hypnosis or immediately when you wake, you may feel any of the following:
- You have a feeling of numbness
- You might feel a tingling feeling in your hands or feet, or arms or legs
- You may feel very heavy,
- You may feel light headed or slightly disorientated
- You might even feel a bit disconnected from your body
- While you’re so relaxed you might notice that your eyelids will flutter a little
- Your eyes might move back and forth as though you’re dreaming.
- Sometimes while you’re in hypnosis, you may have an extra need to swallow
- You may find that you’ll hear every word that I say,
- You maybe you’ll notice the sounds outside
- You may forget to hear my words and you let your mind wander off to pleasant thoughts and pleasant daydreams,
- you may not know if you’ve been relaxed for a very long time or just moments.
Your subconscious mind is listening and will accept everything beneficial.
It is perfectly normal to hear external noises and to remember everything that occurs during the session, so coming out of hypnosis you may feel no different, but the effects will be there.
“People who are hypnotized for the first time are frequently disappointed to find that they experience nothing overwhelming. They feel mildly relaxed but they remain in touch with reality and in control of their thoughts. They may discover that the hypnotist’s suggestions are quite resistible.