Sunday, March 2, 2008

A Question of Accomplishment

Since we talked about fire walking earlier in the week and using self-hypnosis to get past the fear of taking the first steps, it seems like this Sunday is a good time to contemplate something related to this. No, it is not a simple question of "would you walk over hot coals," but think on a larger scale.

So here is the question:
What sort of task would you use hypnosis to help you accomplish that you might normally not be able to do otherwise?

Sure this is the basis for using hypnosis, what it all boils down too, but in applications such as fire walking or dealing with fear, it is particularly interesting.


Michael Raugh, C.H. said...

If I ever get time to go back to performing and teaching improv comedy, I will use self-hypnosis to help open up the spontaneous side of my mind. It's very easy to get stuck in your head on stage and hypnosis can help that greatly.


The Transparent Hypnotist said...

That is perfect. An interesting idea- getting stuck in your head. I have never heard it described like that, but it makes sense.