I practice Introspeective Hypnosis Therapy developed by Mr. Aurelio Mejía from Medellín, Colombia (www.aureliomejia.com). Mr. Aurelio has over 20 years of experience and has treated thousands of patients with amazing results.
Introspective Hypnosis is a technique for the treatment of psychological disorders such as phobias, fears, sorrows, anorexia, bulimia, low self esteem, insecurity, migraine, obesity, obsessions, quit smoking, obesity and allergies. It is also used in medicine and dentistry for pain suppression. In general, psychosomatic illnesses are treatable, which are rooted in an emotional or psychological conflict.
Hypnosis is a state of drowsiness or sleep-like reverie, in which we are aware of what goes around, we can hear noises, open our eyes, walk and increase attention to certain thoughts that interest us. In this state we can eliminate pain, remember forgotten events, correct behaviors, leverage resources and powers of the body. It is the fastest and most effective tool for healing psychology impaired mental and emotional health.
This state was called hypnosis by the Scottish physician James Braid in 1843. He used the Greek root hypnos, meaning sleep, because it found that subjects behaved as if asleep. He is currently prefers to call altered states of consciousness, trance, relaxation therapy or NLP.
In hypnosis we see in shows and TV, it seems that the hypnotized is asleep and at the mercy of what the hypnotist wants to do with it, but that is false. The person is at an unconscious level in control of what he does and he says. Much of what we see here is staged. Usually the previously hypnotized person is left with his post-hypnotic commands mind to look like the hypnotist has powers.
Clinical hypnosis has a healing purpose, and this requires dialogue with the patient during the process. The patient is aware of what he says and does, listens to the sounds of the environment and can decide when to leave the hypnotic trance.
What Do You Feel Under Hypnotic Trance?
At no time the subject is asleep or lose consciousness. The experiences can be auditory (as if listening), visual (as if seeing) or kinesthetic (sensations they feel). Nobody does things against their moral principles. The hypnotized person has control over what to do with their code of ethics and moral principles; if he does something immoral under hypnosis it is because there was also the possibility to do so in conscious state. Logically, the risk of something wrong is lower when the person is accompanied by a friend or family during the process.
Upon awakening the patient can remember everything, partially or nothing. This depends on several factors, including the orders of the hypnotist and traumatic experiences. No one stays hypnotized. If left in this state, the hypnotic dream becomes natural and the person awakes sometime later normally. Hypnosis as such has no danger. What can happen is that in trying to "wake up" quickly to a subject that is in a very deep state, present difficulty in doing so, as can happen to anyone at physiological sleep, when you feel you want to wake up and your body does not obeys. In some shows this has been the case, and they called a doctor, reporters, a priest, they take him to the hospital and then they say that hypnosis is dangerous. Actually, it was enough to wait for the pass trance itself to natural sleep, or give an order that in 10 minutes, for example, "wake up peacefully".
Obesity, Anorexia, Bulimia, Tobacco Use, Alcohol and Drugs
In an addiction there are several factors to consider for therapy: 1. What motivated it 2. Repetition of consumption creates a habit. 3. The habit creates an biological dependencyt, or biological response to toxic intake. Hypnosis is a tool to quickly treat psychological factors, the biological ones depend on each body and how deep it has affected it.
There may be psychological factors, genetic inheritance, alleged past lives (in a remote past, for example, did not have to eat) or unconscious programming since he was a baby when his family called him "as is cute chubby". When the child leaves food on the plate, because your body has made normal satiety signals, we suggest you ignore that, to keep eating, leaving nothing, because "there are no chickens here" or there are starving children in Africa. And to reinforce, they say, "Eat this tablespoon for granny ... and this for mom," as if eating was manifestation of affection. And then we complain about being fat! Therefore, treatment for obesity, smoking, alcohol or drugs, may require more than one session, although in many cases it is sufficient only one.
Found and healed the cause of obesity, for example, it acts on impacts, to reduce the urge to overeat and thus, reduce the size of the adipocyte cell-storing energy as fat. Anorexia (not wanting to eat) or bulimia (eating but then vomiting to prevent weight gain), it is likely to have psychological origin and are relatively easy to deal with regressive hypnosis and mental reprogramming, to heal the causes and develop the corresponding forgiveness and acceptance. It is suggested to the patient during hypnosis something like this: "From now you love your body infinitely and be glad to eat the essential to nourish every cell like it should be.".