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What hypnosis is and how to self hypnosis


As I always say, I am a Master of Social Work and was performed as a psychotherapist in the past. Right now, I have a private practice as a certified hypnotherapist in the office in Manhattan NY and also Skype and Zoom.

As I also say, I changed my own life with hypnotherapy. I was unemployed for 10 years in the past, then published books in Japan and the US, appeared on radio shows for 12 times. I lost probably 60 pounds in my life and kept size 2 for years now.

I believe that anyone can turn around the lives completely, look young, light and beautifully and live happily. I am actually helping people to do so.

I want to talk about hypnosis, what hypnosis is today because people have no idea about it and absolute no chance to know it in everyday life.

I didn’t know anything about hypnotherapy when I had it first time. I had to overcome my fear of height when I lived in Penthouse in Singapore. It was 28th floor and I had two toddlers in the house without child proof at all.

I was blown away with the result and ended up with deciding pursuing my own career as a hypnotherapist.

I was unemployed for 10 years then because I wasn’t satisfied with my own job as a psychotherapist that I saw minimum effects on my clients. It was hard for me to continue something I didn’t believe in.

At the time, I had baby twins and also adopted my sister’s children as teenagers so the decision to live as a stay home mom made sense too.

I was married for 10 years without child and all of sudden, I gained 4 children so I was busy enough.

Everyone knows how powerful hypnosis is, doesn’t he/she? Only a few people know why so I want to explain here.

I want to introduce the state of “concsious”, which is normal state and awake. We use around 5% of our entire brain in this state. Some say 3%, some say 7% and some say it is even more but we know that usage is far from 100%.

We carry a big brain and surprisingly use only little of it. It is unbelievable, isn’t it?

There is another state of “subconscious”, which is a natural state randomly visits us a few times a day when we are so relaxed. In our train ride or highway driving, we may be in our own subconscious state.

Unless your brain is standard with severe mental illness or other mental disorders like autism or mental retardation, we should be able to be in the subconscious state naturally and automatically.

It is always available and most of us ar