Many people never consider hypnosis as a means to become happier. However, those who have tried hypnosis as a means towards improving their mood and mental outlook have been pleasantly surprised. My belief is that hypnosis can definitely make you happier.
So is it the linguistic part of hypnosis that improves one’s mood or is it the hypnosis in and of itself? As it turns out, the actual hypnosis state can do amazing things. If you doubt this fact, consider the importance of hypnosis in Ancient times. In Egypt people were placed into dream clinics, which were believed to heal a variety of ailments. They were left in these clinics for a very long time until they were cured of whatever was wrong.
In ancient times, people also listened to hypnotic chanting to induce their dream state. Imhotep chanting while people were in dream clinics definitely has similarities to today’s hypnosis process. People began to feel better as a result of having had this experience. While luckily today we don’t leave people in caves for days on end, the blissful experience of the hypnosis can still be quite curative.
The word hypnosis has “hypnos” at its root. “Hypnos” was the god of healing. Not surprisingly, he was also the god of sleep. Therefore, hypnos represents healing sleep. And this is exactly what the hypnotic state can do for people. It can heal them while they are in a sleep-like state.
Quite a few of my past clients have realized the power of hypnosis and come to me merely to be put in a hypnotic state so that they can feel better. Some of my clients only have the goal to be “zapped” into a hypnotic state. People even come to me wanting to be hypnotized over Skype. This seems to work quite efficiently. For these people, the hypnotic state is like a mental flotation chamber. People feel great once they have emerged from the state and can approach their lives with new vigor.
If you want to become happier, consider taking advantage of the powers of hypnosis in your own life.
In a hypnotic career spanning nearly 4 decades, Jonathan Chase has been called “Britain’s leading hypnotist” by the Mail on Sunday, a “Master hypnotist” by the Sunday Times, and “Europe’s no 1” by the Times of Malta. Jonathan Chase is also the founder of the Academy of Hypnotic Arts. This expert hypnotist has built a world-renowned reputation and business, and the name Chase has become synonymous with simple, fast, fun and effective Hypnosis, Influence and Persuasion, and Personal Development and Edutainment.
More information about the Svengali System, which Jonathan Chase calls his take on how to use covert, underground, secret and conversational hypnosis and influence can be found at http://www.svengalisystem.com.