I went back to the councilor. Seeing that talking about the daydreams, getting it out, wasn’t moving me forward. He suggested we try something else. He suggested I try hypnosis. Now that scares me. I have heard all my life that hypnosis opens you up to demon pocession. So I have a fear of it. Strange how beliefs you grow up with can limit your openess to try new things. Now my concilour is an ordained minister and says that much of what people think you can do with hypnosis is simply false. They can’t make a sleeper agent that can be triggered to commit crimes then not remember doing it. Nope, he says that is not possible. He said if that kind of mind control was possible they would just hypnotize all the criminals in prisons and they would never commit another crime. But it doesn’t work that way. He gave me a CD, Trancework for any negative disorder, to listen to and told me to think about doing a real hypnosis sesson.
So I am reserching the use of hypnosis for mental issues. I am at the point of being willing to try just about anything. Anyone out there tried it?
” Hypnosis is as normal as a daydream, and in fact a daydream is a form of hypnosis!”
FAQ: Is Day Dreaming Hypnosis?
“Yes. Daydreaming is a hypnotic state that is much deeper than most people would realize. Daydreaming trance is a natural normal process that everyone experiences.”
“We can manage the external world and daydream at the same time. To do that you have to know what you can get away with. Some part of the brain has to know. This idea is often used (though in slightly different terms) to illustrate the metaphor of conscious and unconscious functioning in hypnosis… And many people liken hypnosis and self-hypnosis to the state of daydreaming.”
“Daydreaming is an effective form of self-hypnosis as well as a wonderful way to program your mind to attain your goals.”
but if you daydream about things you could never possibly attain, are you programing yourself to be disappointed and depressed?
“Use hypnosis to help you stop daydreaming and focus on what you really need to do”
Daydreaming in the news
“You can spot someone who’s daydreaming from a mile away. The glazed eyes, the slack lower lip, the hands positioned like adorable puppy paws. Never disturb someone in this dissociative state. They may momentarily regard you as an adversary who’s preventing them from having sex with Megan Fox and maul your face like a brown bear.”
Read more: http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/shouts/2013/03/the-science-of-daydreams.html#ixzz2MrGctoEh