Hypnosis and Self-Knowledge – All we need to know!

Hypnosis and Self-Knowledge – All we need to know!

Hypnosis and Self-Knowledge

The majority of individuals do not comprehend hypnosis. Many people believe they cannot be hypnotized and that someone hypnotizes them. They generally learn about hypnosis by witnessing it done on stage or on television. As a result, they misunderstand hypnosis and what it may do to a person. I’m going to try to dispel this myth and help you comprehend the wonder within you.

Do you realize we live in a mesmerizing universe? Hypnosis is all about manipulating and influencing the subconscious mind. Everything we see or hear is mesmerizing. It has an impact on our subconscious thinking. Not only that, but we hypnotize ourselves while we think. Our thoughts have an impact on our subconscious mind. As far as I can tell, the ego in our minds is the result of self-hypnosis. That is, the thought process determines it. The ego is terrified that it will vanish from the mind if it stops thinking. As a result, in most people’s minds, thinking never ends. It goes on and on like a squirrel in a cage.

To comprehend hypnosis, we must first comprehend how our subconscious mind operates. Our subconscious mind is filled with conditioned responses that we have developed from infancy. It cannot tell the difference between what is right and wrong, or what is good and evil. That is, it is not discriminating. Our subconscious mind is a source of neutral energy that both supports and protects us. All our important processes, such as our circulatory, respiratory, gastrointestinal, immunological, and so on, are all under subconscious control.

Thinking!

You may be wondering how thinking may be mesmerizing. If you pay attention, you will see that words and phrases comprise our thoughts. That is, we have a tendency to verbalize what we see and feel. Yes, we do talk to ourselves while we think. These phrases now elicit a strongly conditioned response in our minds. It’s a hypnotic reaction. The message is unimportant, but the words you use are.

For example, if you ask, “What will happen?” It immediately induces uneasiness in your subconscious mind. Even if you don’t mean it, saying “Everything is fine” will make you feel a lot better. It’s the same as saying, “I hope I’ll be well.” It immediately raises doubts in your mind. However, if you declare “I am OK,” you will immediately feel better, even if you did not intend it.

You will still feel wonderful if someone says, “I love you,” even though you know he doesn’t mean it. Why? It’s because your subconscious mind reacts instinctively to good phrases. This person you know is a thief, a liar, and a crook. If he continues telling you, “I love you,” every time he sees you, you could alter your mind about him. This is since you have no control over how your subconscious mind responds.

Everyday Response

Let me provide another example. I can guarantee you that if someone says, “I hate you,” and you know he doesn’t mean it, you will not feel good about it. If he keeps saying that sentence, I’m sure you’ll want to punch him. You will see that your subconscious mind is reacting badly to the negative phrases on this occasion.

As a result, when we utter happy words, we release positive chemicals in our brains. When we speak negatively, we produce toxic substances. It makes no difference what the words signify or what your views are. So how one feels at any particular time is determined by how many beneficial and dangerous chemicals we have produced in the system. One will feel happier if the sum contains more positive chemicals. If the sum contains more negative chemicals, one will feel melancholy and unpleasant. The issue is that the majority of the world around us is negative. It distorts our views and thoughts. It is negatively activating your subconscious mind. Mental disease is becoming more prevalent in communities all around the world. It is the outcome of people having negative impressions and thinking patterns. As a result, each of us is a potential candidate for mental disease.

Detailed Investigation

Because our subconscious mind regulates how we feel at any given time, let us investigate how we give solidity to our sensations. For example, we can grasp what a flower is without speaking a single word in our heads. But when we put a term to it, label it, and say “rose,” it instantly gives the experience a new definition and form. It’s a subconscious reaction. This can help you grasp how emotions can wreak havoc on an individual. The ego tends to analyze and verbalize everything, which awakens thoughts and emotions. You will get even more agitated if you are upset and continue to verbalize and ruminate. However, if you did not speak a single word in your head and only observed your feelings to see how long you could keep them going, you will discover that they have no substance. The atmosphere will disappear.

Sports Team Example

Because our subconscious mind regulates how we feel at any given time, let us investigate how we give solidity to our sensations.

For example, A football club has 20 players who have been practicing together since they were U6s, the club split them into two groups after five years, the A team and the B team. Let’s say the club assumes that the A team is superior to B team.

As a result, the A team feels superior to the B group. Psychologically, the B team may suffer a loss of self-esteem due to the club convincing that they are not good enough. These players may not play up to their potential or even lose their confident and their self-esteem levels are expected to be low. That is the power of the subconscious mind and how it shapes up through external influences and behaviors.

Solution

To avoid this sort of catastrophe, professional football team we scouts for elite players.

We can grasp what a flower is without speaking a single word in our heads. But when we put a term to it, label it, and say “rose,” it instantly gives the experience a new definition and form. It’s a subconscious reaction. This can help you grasp how emotions can wreak havoc on an individual. The ego tends to analyze and verbalize everything, which awakens thoughts and emotions. You will get even more agitated if you are upset and continue to verbalize and ruminate. However, if you did not speak a single word in your head and only observed your feelings to see how long you could keep them going, you will discover that they have no substance.

Realization

To further understand how our subconscious mind regulates our emotions and feelings, we must examine our experience of time as measured by the clock. I call the ego a time traveler because it constantly thinks about the past, present, and future. Do you realize that the term you use in your head causes you to go through time? So when we mention “the past,” you are immediately transported there. We now look at the present when we say “the present,” and we instantaneously project ourselves into the future when we say “the future.” The tenses we employ in our everyday language communicate and transport us through time. The words pique our interest. Our subconscious mind has a conditioned response to them. But did you realize that there is no time in reality? We live on an eternal planet. The ego is frightened that it will get locked in the present if it does not verbalize all it sees or hears. This dread is what motivates the ego to think all the time. It is the reason we hear this inane talk all around us in the media, including TV, radio, and newspapers. We know how to maintain a trance-like condition. Do you see what I mean when I say the world is turning us all into zombies?

Can you now recognize that we are all conditioned beings? Because our environment hypnotizes us, we are already hypnotized. We must become conscious of our indoctrination in order to awaken from this self-hypnosis. Being aware deconditions us. It jolts us out of our trance and allows us to think for ourselves.

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Hypnosis and Self-Knowledge

The majority of individuals do not comprehend hypnosis. Many people believe they cannot be hypnotized and that someone hypnotizes them. They generally learn about hypnosis by witnessing it done on stage or on television. As a result, they misunderstand hypnosis and what it may do to a person. I’m going to try to dispel this myth and help you comprehend the wonder within you.

Do you realize we live in a mesmerizing universe? Hypnosis is all about manipulating and influencing the subconscious mind. Everything we see or hear is mesmerizing. It has an impact on our subconscious thinking. Not only that, but we hypnotize ourselves while we think. Our thoughts have an impact on our subconscious mind. As far as I can tell, the ego in our minds is the result of self-hypnosis. That is, the thought process determines it. The ego is terrified that it will vanish from the mind if it stops thinking. As a result, in most people’s minds, thinking never ends. It goes on and on like a squirrel in a cage.

To comprehend hypnosis, we must first comprehend how our subconscious mind operates. Our subconscious mind is filled with conditioned responses that we have developed from infancy. It cannot tell the difference between what is right and wrong, or what is good and evil. That is, it is not discriminating. Our subconscious mind is a source of neutral energy that both supports and protects us. All our important processes, such as our circulatory, respiratory, gastrointestinal, immunological, and so on, are all under subconscious control.

Thinking!

You may be wondering how thinking may be mesmerizing. If you pay attention, you will see that words and phrases comprise our thoughts. That is, we have a tendency to verbalize what we see and feel. Yes, we do talk to ourselves while we think. These phrases now elicit a strongly conditioned response in our minds. It’s a hypnotic reaction. The message is unimportant, but the words you use are.

For example, if you ask, “What will happen?” It immediately induces uneasiness in your subconscious mind. Even if you don’t mean it, saying “Everything is fine” will make you feel a lot better. It’s the same as saying, “I hope I’ll be well.” It immediately raises doubts in your mind. However, if you declare “I am OK,” you will immediately feel better, even if you did not intend it.

You will still feel wonderful if someone says, “I love you,” even though you know he doesn’t mean it. Why? It’s because your subconscious mind reacts instinctively to good phrases. This person you know is a thief, a liar, and a crook. If he continues telling you, “I love you,” every time he sees you, you could alter your mind about him. This is since you have no control over how your subconscious mind responds.

Everyday Response

Let me provide another example. I can guarantee you that if someone says, “I hate you,” and you know he doesn’t mean it, you will not feel good about it. If he keeps saying that sentence, I’m sure you’ll want to punch him. You will see that your subconscious mind is reacting badly to the negative phrases on this occasion.

As a result, when we utter happy words, we release positive chemicals in our brains. When we speak negatively, we produce toxic substances. It makes no difference what the words signify or what your views are. So how one feels at any particular time is determined by how many beneficial and dangerous chemicals we have produced in the system. One will feel happier if the sum contains more positive chemicals. If the sum contains more negative chemicals, one will feel melancholy and unpleasant. The issue is that the majority of the world around us is negative. It distorts our views and thoughts. It is negatively activating your subconscious mind. Mental disease is becoming more prevalent in communities all around the world. It is the outcome of people having negative impressions and thinking patterns. As a result, each of us is a potential candidate for mental disease.

Detailed Investigation

Because our subconscious mind regulates how we feel at any given time, let us investigate how we give solidity to our sensations. For example, we can grasp what a flower is without speaking a single word in our heads. But when we put a term to it, label it, and say “rose,” it instantly gives the experience a new definition and form. It’s a subconscious reaction. This can help you grasp how emotions can wreak havoc on an individual. The ego tends to analyze and verbalize everything, which awakens thoughts and emotions. You will get even more agitated if you are upset and continue to verbalize and ruminate. However, if you did not speak a single word in your head and only observed your feelings to see how long you could keep them going, you will discover that they have no substance. The atmosphere will disappear.

Sports Team Example

Because our subconscious mind regulates how we feel at any given time, let us investigate how we give solidity to our sensations.

For example, A football club has 20 players who have been practicing together since they were U6s, the club split them into two groups after five years, the A team and the B team. Let’s say the club assumes that the A team is superior to B team.

As a result, the A team feels superior to the B group. Psychologically, the B team may suffer a loss of self-esteem due to the club convincing that they are not good enough. These players may not play up to their potential or even lose their confident and their self-esteem levels are expected to be low. That is the power of the subconscious mind and how it shapes up through external influences and behaviors.

Solution

To avoid this sort of catastrophe, professional football team we scouts for elite players.

We can grasp what a flower is without speaking a single word in our heads. But when we put a term to it, label it, and say “rose,” it instantly gives the experience a new definition and form. It’s a subconscious reaction. This can help you grasp how emotions can wreak havoc on an individual. The ego tends to analyze and verbalize everything, which awakens thoughts and emotions. You will get even more agitated if you are upset and continue to verbalize and ruminate. However, if you did not speak a single word in your head and only observed your feelings to see how long you could keep them going, you will discover that they have no substance.

Realization

To further understand how our subconscious mind regulates our emotions and feelings, we must examine our experience of time as measured by the clock. I call the ego a time traveler because it constantly thinks about the past, present, and future. Do you realize that the term you use in your head causes you to go through time? So when we mention “the past,” you are immediately transported there. We now look at the present when we say “the present,” and we instantaneously project ourselves into the future when we say “the future.” The tenses we employ in our everyday language communicate and transport us through time. The words pique our interest. Our subconscious mind has a conditioned response to them. But did you realize that there is no time in reality? We live on an eternal planet. The ego is frightened that it will get locked in the present if it does not verbalize all it sees or hears. This dread is what motivates the ego to think all the time. It is the reason we hear this inane talk all around us in the media, including TV, radio, and newspapers. We know how to maintain a trance-like condition. Do you see what I mean when I say the world is turning us all into zombies?

Can you now recognize that we are all conditioned beings? Because our environment hypnotizes us, we are already hypnotized. We must become conscious of our indoctrination in order to awaken from this self-hypnosis. Being aware deconditions us. It jolts us out of our trance and allows us to think for ourselves.

Support and Promote:

The very reason to share these informative pieces of writing on this blog is that I want, plan, and aim to educate individuals and guide them about all walks of life. I want you to join hands with me!

You can also become a part of Steve’s Blogs by supporting my content and sharing it in your circles. You may also support me by sending in donations. For that you may scroll to the top of our website, where you will find the donate button. Click here to donate.

You may follow the blog on our Social Media Platforms like Instagram, Facebook, and twitter

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