Self-Hypnosis: Exploring Your Inner Psychology

Imagine having a tool that could change the way you think, feel, act or behave...

That's what Self Hypnosis can do.

I have been a trainer of hypnosis since 2017 and more recently I have used Self Hypnosis for my hobby, Racing Cars. Racing Cars is a unique sport as it requires a combination of fast information processing, precision motor skills and visual kinaesthetic synaesthesia.

Because practise sessions are few and far between, using Self Hypnosis to train my mind on driving has proven highly effective.

What is Self-Hypnosis?

Self-hypnosis involves inducing a trance-like state using specific techniques such as deep relaxation, visualisation and focusing on one's thoughts. This process can be done in a variety of ways, including guided meditation or self-induced hypnosis through repetition of positive affirmations or visualization techniques.

The goal of self-hypnosis is to allow an individual to gain insight into their inner psychological landscape and make changes that will enable them to achieve their desired goals or outcomes.

Benefits of Self-Hypnosis

Self-hypnosis has many potential benefits for individuals looking to improve any aspect of their lives. It has been found to reduce stress levels and improve concentration, as well as increase creativity and motivation. Additionally, self-hypnosis may be helpful in managing symptoms associated with depression or anxiety. Ultimately, self-hypnosis can provide individuals with an opportunity for personal exploration and growth that would otherwise not be possible.

How To Get Started With Self-Hypnosis

It’s important to remember that everyone’s experience with self-hypnosis will be different; however, here are some tips when getting started with this practice:

  1. Find a quiet place where you won't be disturbed by external noises or people;
  2. Slow your breath down to a rhythmic pace.
  3. Allow yourself to relax completely starting with the top of your head and work your way town to the tips if your fingers and toes.
  4. Focus on something going exactly as you want it.
  5. End each session slowly—bring yourself back up gradually rather than abruptly snapping out of the trance like state;

With some patience and dedication, anyone can begin using self hypnosis as part of their daily living routine!

About the author:

Justin O'Hehir is the head trainer and founder of Inspired Results, a company dedicated to improving the mindset and wellbeing of people though training change makers, educators, coaches, leaders and therapists how to make a positive impact on the lives of others.

Justin is trained as a Mindset Coach and has a Diploma in Hypnotherapy as well as a Master Trainer of NLP.