Heutel Institute Of Hypnosis
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It is possible that hypnosis has not been used as a tool in therapy simply because of uncertainty as to how it might be applied. Perhaps this void stems from a belief that the improvement of communications processes is not likely to be facilitated in a therapy that places both partners in a relaxed state, a situation where real communication could not occur.
The way an individual receives messages to enter hypnosis parallels the way he communicates in his waking state. That is, the type of suggestions that one responds to in hypnosis parallels the type of message to which he is receptive in everyday life. This on the part of the individual is not a conscious one. Rather it is subconscious and stems from the way an individual has learned to communicate. This can be changed with hypnotherapy.