Weight Loss Hypnosis

October 7, 2010 · Filed Under Weight Loss · Comment 

Hypnosis is popular for many physical and psychological conditions. Hypnotherapy for weight loss has been successfully utilized by many people over the years. It is among the mind-body strategies that facilitate weight loss.

Hypnotherapy is commonly conducted by a trained professional who knows how to get the subject into a deep hypnotic trance, then gently rouse them from the relaxed state.

An alternative for audio hypnotherapy is listening to a professionally recorded audio that not only provides sounds to bring on the desired relaxed states but likewise includes directed steps and mental imagery including positive self-suggestions, providing a complete hypnotherapy session any time the subject chooses, simply by listening to the recording while relaxing.
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A Nine-Step Program for Weight-Reduction Through Self-Hypnosis

October 20, 2008 · Filed Under Weight Loss · Comment 

Self-hypnosis can help with your weight loss program. Follow these steps to successful weight loss.

Step 1: Devote the initial session of self-hypnosis to making a definite decision about your weight-problem. Get yourself completely relaxed, induce the hypnotic state and begin by admitting to yourself that you have a problem (assuming that you are overweight) and that you need to do something about it, beginning right now.

Note: There never must be any doubt in your mind that you can lose weight.

The right mental attitude (an enthusiastic determination to achieve your goal) gets you off to a good start. Remember that mind-power is based on the will to succeed. Read more

Self-hypnosis – The Modern Approach to Successful Weight Loss

August 18, 2008 · Filed Under Hypnosis, Weight Loss · Comment 

The Hypnotic Diet
(Triple CD)

A revolutionary new approach to weight loss.

A person can definitely reduce to his goal-weight through techniques of self-hypnosis. It is a scientific aid and has increasing acceptance and use by physicians. Because so many people are plagued by doubts about the highly advertised miracle diets, self-suggestion is gaining greater recognition as a more desirable means of developing new lifelong sensible eating habits and maintaining weight-control.

Excessive eating is an acquired habit. To break any habit successfully, you must understand how the habit developed, and why it exists and persists.

Habits can be disciplined. They can be controlled or broken by the power of self-suggestion. All habit-breaking requires patience, stick-to-it-iveness and determination. Read more

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