Relaxation is a feeling that everyone wants but so few get. As the daily grind etches away resilience, savvy Americans are opening their minds to hypnosis to feel relaxed. Hypnosis, despite its common misconceptions, is becoming a more accepted way to find deep, Zen-like relaxation.
While it is easy to feel these newly realized states of relaxation, the question remains; can it be proven? Neuro-scientists using biofeedback say absolutely. This feeling of relaxation is not just in your mind, it's in your brain. It is proven that your brainwaves slow while in hypnosis from a normal waking state into patterns achieved by those who meditate deeply and even down to those of comfortable sleep. By slowing these mental waves, they can often match patters of your mind while dreaming.
As the hypnotic operator narrows your focus to a single idea (relax), this idea begins to permeate every muscle in your body. As your mind grows affixed to this single idea and your vision hones on a single word (relax), it becomes easy to understand how without any other awareness, this notion (relaxation) becomes a part of you.
A common form of relaxation through hypnosis is accomplished through imaginative reading. Have you ever found yourself zoned out while sitting in front of a computer reading an interesting article? This trancelike sensation can be so relaxing because you lose awareness of physical sensations. Even now, you may not notice how your breathing has slowed to a more even and relaxed pace. Simply reading of relaxation can help you feel relaxed.
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The significant problems we face cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we were at when we created them. – Albert Einstein