Why is hypnosis so efficient ?

Marie-Anne Oswald - Maho Hypnose

Why is hypnosis so efficient ? 

How can drastic changes happen after just one session? How can some deeply rooted negative habits suddenly get changed? 

To answer this, I like to use the analogy of the human brain as an ultra complex software that would be perpetually renewing/adjusting its code to integrate new information. Our body and mind are changing all the time. All the experiences we have, whether they appear banal, routine or on the contrary extraordinary, leave a mark on our brain code. 

This ultra complex software has been built since the first days of our gestation when the nervous system is being set up. If you are reading this text today, your software has done a very good job of keeping you alive and integrating you into society (because the consumption of social networks partly responds to this primary need for social belonging). 

Hypnosis allows you to enter the matrix. In the hypnotic state, we access the subconscious mind, where all your habits, all your beliefs, which you can judge at the conscious level as good or bad, are anchored and coded. Your subconscious mind considers that as long as you are alive, the code is good, and therefore it is very difficult by the simple reasonable will to change a habit that you consider bad. 

Hypnosis, through various processes that we will discuss shortly, allows direct access to the subconscious mind and reprogramming of what the conscious mind wants to change. 

Once the code’s change has been made for a particular theme, there is nothing more to do. The new habit is accepted and anchored because it is the hypnotized person’s brain that has itself found the combination and reconfigured its software.

Curious to learn more about hypnosis ?
Follow me on Facebook & Instagram @maho.hypnose :