The Power Of Your Mind
You can force yourself to go to the gym through brute mental force, but you’re going to experience a kind of fatigue later on. You’ll take any opportunity that you can use as a convenient excuse to keep from doing your workout. Certainly, this differs per individual. Some can keep to their regimen, some have more difficulty.
The same is true when it comes to study. Did you know that neuroplasticity studies demonstrate
new neural connections can be made on a continuous basis throughout your life? The old thinking that the brain quits growing, and that neuro-connections can’t be rebuilt, is antiquated in the wake of modern evidence.
Modern science demonstrates you can learn, and keep learning, throughout your life. Certainly there are limits for individuals, but if you need to keep yourself studying, or learning, there are techniques you can use to “trick” the mind into doing it in an almost automatic sense.
Such tricks are an excellent way to quit smoking as well. Smoking is a real monkey on the back, and most don’t have the temperament or the desire to just leave off cold-turkey. The nicotine patch or gum isn’t much better; you’re still incrementally poisoning yourself, and if things get dire, you’ll likely have a smoke.
But then there’s the hypnosis angle. Think of hypnosis like subconscious programming. Through subtle (or overt) suggestion, there are certain methods by which this aspect of your mind can be trained to change your behavior. According to BritishHypnosisResearch.com one form of psychotherapy called Ericksonian hypnosis can help you with anxiety, phobias, weight problems or quit an addiction like smoking.
You could probably use such techniques to curtail drinking, but you want to be careful: the liver becomes compromised because of alcohol, and
going cold-turkey if you’re a died-in-the-wool alcoholic can be dangerous. When a chemical addiction has snared the body, it can be better to be weaned; predicating rehabilitation measures.
If your medical practice doesn’t have such hypnosis techniques utilizing modern psychological breakthroughs, you’re missing a revenue stream. Additionally, this kind of therapy is in hot demand these days. You don’t have to be a mental health clinic or traditional hospital to use such techniques. Private practitioners do so equally well.
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Studying online saves you time and money, and can additionally help you obtain certification through scheduling which matches your needs directly. Additionally, if you’re no practitioner, you may be able to use this method to help those in your own personal life, or even to some degree hypnotize yourself.
That said, such knowledge should be used very carefully, as it can have a profound effect. It’s important to know the benefits of this technique, as well as the hazards. It is truly a knife that cuts both ways! Still, this method can be a lifesaver; especially when nothing else works for a dire circumstance.
There is an old proverb: “When I was young, I wanted to change the world. When I was in my middle years, I wanted to change the community in which I lived. When I became old, I sought only to change myself.” This proverb emphasizes a fundamental truth which pertains to the human condition.
Hypnosis can help you change yourself. This is the hardest change to make, because psychological behavior runs deep. Being able to boast such therapy at your clinic can be excellent for sales, and likewise excellent for those who really need the help. In the end, it’s a win-win situation!