Can Everyone Be Hypnotized?

Current estimates say that about five percent of people cannot be hypnotized. Ten percent of people can be hypnotized to a level of a classical deep trance, while most people fall in some moderate range between these two extremes. When it comes to using a self-hypnosis recording, the depth of your trance is not important. As long as you are able to relax and breath deeply, you can experience the benefits of hypnosis.

We believe that hypnosis is something that everyone can benefit from. Although we cannot guarantee that self-hypnosis or hypnotherapy will work, we can say that many people experience excellent results. Each individual is unique, so their experiences are just as unique. Often, some people will avoid using self-hypnosis because they are not aware of how it actually works or why it works. They may also be afraid that they are one of the very few people that cannot be hypnotized. As long as you are willing to focus on getting the most of your experience, you can make the most of your session. Stay motivated by listening to the recording frequently and following the suggestions. These steps will help you to ensure that you have a successful experience with self-hypnosis.

Is Self-Hypnosis Intended for Everyone?

Hypnotherapy and self-hypnosis are intended for just about everyone. There are only a few groups of people that should not use hypnosis techniques. Anyone who has a psychotic illness like schizophrenia should not use hypnosis. Hypnosis is not an issue generally, but the treatment for psychotic illnesses is extremely specific and highly specialized.

Other people who should avoid using hypnosis are epileptics. Although it is unlikely, it is possible that a hypnotic state could trigger a convulsion since epilepsy is linked to changes in the brain’s activity. Anyone who has epileptic fits should avoid hypnosis.

Hypnosis is a natural state of mind. We have a professional and ethical duty to make sure that you have a safe, positive experience. We never seek to give medical advice. If you have a question about whether you are suitable for hypnosis or not, you should discuss it with a qualified medical professional or your doctor.

Is It Better to Go to a Hypnotist in Person?

Many people think that downloads and recordings are not as effective as a hypnotherapist, but this is just a common misconception. In reality, there are advantages and disadvantages for both options. If you can go to hypnotherapy in person, that is great. Be careful not to underestimate the potential value of high-quality hypnosis downloads like ours.

When Will I Begin to See Results?

Everyone is different, so everyone achieves results at a different rate. It may take a few hours, days, or weeks before results are noticed. It all depends on the individual. Often, changes go unnoticed initially. Each little change builds up before an entire lifestyle change has occurred. It is impossible to predict when or how fast these changes will occur. No matter how long or short it takes, hypnosis offers the option of lasting, long-term changes. You may not even notice it, but these permanent changes are already starting to occur.

Where Should I Listen to the Recording? What Is the Best Time?

The majority of people listen to the self-hypnosis session at night right before they go to bed. It is also perfectly fine to listen in the morning or afternoon. Basically, the majority of times and locations that work for you will work for self-hypnosis. You will want to make sure that you choose a time and a place where you will not have any distractions. It is also extremely important that you do not listen to self-hypnosis recordings while operating machinery or driving. Do not listen to it when you are doing anything that requires your full attention.

How Often Should I Listen to the Recordings?

To ensure success, listen to the recording as often as possible. Ideally, you should listen to it everyday for the first week. After that, you should listen to it every other day for the next three weeks. Following this, you can listen to them whenever you feel like you need the boost. By doing this, you ensure that you receive the maximum positive benefits.

Is It Okay to Fall Asleep While I Listen to the Recording?

Ideally, you should stay awake for the highest effects. Since the subconscious mind never actually sleeps, it can still be extremely effective if you are asleep. Hypnosis is a natural connection to sleep, so it is quite normal for people to drift into sleep while they listen to the recording.

Should I Use Headphones?

You can listen to it using speakers if you do not have headphones. Headphones are ideal with the dual induction recordings we offer that allow you to hear 2 voices, one voice in each ear. If you have earbuds or headphones, they also will help to cut down on distractions. We find that headphones improve your concentration and focus, so using headphones is the ideal.

Can I Use Hypnosis While Pregnant?

Yes, hypnosis and deep relaxation are perfectly safe during pregnancy. The deep relaxation can even help you and your baby’s health.

Is It Normal to Fall Asleep During the Recording and Wake Up at the End?

It is extremely common, and some people even feel like they were asleep the entire time. In reality, you were probably just in a deep state of relaxation that felt like sleep. Your subconscious mind was still awake, so it was able to wake you up when the recording finished.

Is There A Limit to the Number of Recordings I should listen to a day?

The maximum that we suggest is two per day, and you should take at least an hour break in between them. If you listen to more recordings than this, it can cause some confusion that will limit the benefits that you receive.

Will Using Self-Hypnosis Change Who I Am?

It is impossible for hypnosis to change your underlying personality. It can improve you in a positive way, but will only help you make the changes you want. Self-hypnosis cannot change your underlying personality in any way that you do not wish.