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Hypnosis & the Role of the Unconscious

Posted by Lawrence Galante on 2/24/2012 to Hypnosis
Dr. Milton Erickson, arguably the foremost hypnotherapist of modern times said: “Patients are patients because they are out of rapport with their own unconscious...” During a hypnotic session, clients are helped to progressively relax. As they do so, their conscious mind lets go more and more and the unconscious mind starts to play a more active, more dominant role. The same thing happens in the early stages of sleep; however, in the hypnotic state the unconscious mind maintains a peculiar ability to remain extremely alert and to receive whatever suggestions the client has asked to receive, without normal conscious resistance. In this way, the conscious mind and the unconscious mind are finally able to agree on the desired results. The hypnotist is the facilitator or guide during the journey.

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