Relaxing Trance in Four Steps

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Easy Self Hypnosis Method

In this blog, I like to introduce to you a very easy self-hypnosis method in four steps. This method is great, especially if you have some experience with visualization and go in trance easily.

If your mind has the tendency to stick to the control of the conscious mind – what most of the human minds do, choose rather another self-hypnosis method.  Click here.


Initiate a Trance

First Step (This step is very important for a successful trance.)
Create the right environment. You should stay undisturbed for about 15 minutes or a little longer. That means, phone, computer sounds off! Maybe you would like to put on some hypnotic music? Click here!

Make yourself comfortable. Whether you are sitting or lying is up to you. If you freeze slightly, a blanket will keep you warm.
Now you can start to let go of your everyday worries for the next fifteen minutes. You can go back to them after your session. But only if you really need to.

Second Step
Close your eyes. A little initial visualization will help you get rid of everyday problems and sorrows.
Imagine having a big, white, fluffy cloud in front of you.

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Now put all your worries, problems and fears on this cloud. Done?

Then give the cloud a neat push, and it’s just rushing away — with all your problems and sorrows — until it completely disappears beyond the horizon.

Third Step
Now you are ready to start with your self-hypnosis.
Take a deep breath in and out.
Once again.

The ideal would be diaphragmatic breathing – that you apply when your belly lifts while breathing. The diaphragm breathing comes naturally when you are in a relaxed state.

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So do not try to force anything – just let the breath flow and continue to breathe deeply into the abdomen.
Focus on your breathing. Imagine breathing in a bit of relaxation with each inhalation.

Give the relaxation a color, a consistency or imagine the relaxation as light – this will help you to experience the “inhalation” of relaxation even more naturally.

For example, you can imagine inhaling a golden balm with each breath, which then spreads throughout your body and relaxes you more and more.

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Just choose a picture that will make you feel good.
If you wish, you can also support relaxation with empowering suggestions: Tell yourself in your mind “With each inhalation, I sink deeper and deeper into this wonderful relaxation.”
Not everyone likes to use extra suggestions, so try what suits you the best.

Fourth Step
Now you can imagine how you exhale all the tension of your body, mind, and emotions: With each exhale, your body releases the tension, you can relax completely.
Focus on inhaling more and more relaxed feeling as well as exhaling the tension.

Maybe, you can already feel a wonderful feeling when you are quiet in your mind and listening to yourself.
Enjoy this state! You have induced self-hypnosis.

For the beginning, the current depth of the trance is perfectly adequate. I recommend using this technique for about two weeks. However, if you feel the desire to go deeper into the trance, no problem, you can use a very effective amplifying technique presented in the next blog. Click here!


Exit The Trance


First Step
When you are done with your session, tell yourself in your mind: “I will wake up slowly from this beautiful state. I now count from one to three. At three, I’m wide awake, feel energized and refreshed. ”
(You do not have to use the same words, but proceed in an analogous way.)

Second Step
Then count from one to three. Between the numbers, you can add suggestions such as:
“I’m getting more and more awake and alert. My pulse and my blood pressure reach the optimum for my body. Everything in me feels wonderful.”

Third Step
At three, open your eyes. Take another minute or two before getting up. You feel completely well, refreshed and rested.

Carefully stretch your body, shake your arms and legs.

By the way, it is not necessary at all to feel “hypnotized.” So no need to prove if you’re already in hypnosis.
The condition of a trance is difficult to recognize. So, just let the process happen and free yourself from any compulsion to control the process.

With self-hypnosis, you can achieve a slight till medium trance depth. This trance is deep enough to work with positive suggestions you can anchor in your subconscious mind.

I hope you enjoyed the process.
Please, take a few minutes and tell me what you felt during this self-hypnosis session.

I also would love to read your comment about how the process worked out for you, and the experience you made. So, please take a couple of minutes and give me feedback!

If you have any questions, please, send them also to me! I would love to support you on your way!
Please, join me in my next blog.

Until then all the best for you!

Sending you love and light!
Aloha, Jenna





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