Best Self-Hypnosis, A 5 Part Series

Best Self-Hypnosis, A 5 Part Series
Part 4: Use Self-Hypnosis to Change Bad Habits

You now know how to use both the breathing and flowing liquid techniques for your self-hypnosis inductions.

Here’s a suggestion for making a clear, concise statement to use for changing bad habits:

Let’s say you work at night and you want to change your bad habit of not getting up at the same time every morning.

  • Ask yourself : What, specifically do I want to change?
  • You answer: I want to get up at 9 every morning.
  • Good. This is specific.
  • Visualize: Place your alarm clock where you will be able to see it first thing.
  • Statement: Upon waking to the alarm you’ll say to yourself: ‘I want to get up now.’
  • After you’ve reached the state of relaxation you want, imagine the alarm clock as a positive trigger. When you hear it and see it, you’ll be glad to get up.

You might have a statement for your hypnosis practice that says:
I get up every morning at 9 am and enjoy the seeing the alarm and it’s sound.

After you’ve done this for a few days, you’ll be getting up and feeling great.
It’s inevitable.

  • Induction
  • Statement
  • Visualize
  • Awaken


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