When you use hypnosis to boost your emotional health, what you’re essentially doing is learning new ways of letting go of emotional pain. While you might genuinely believe you want to engage in emotional healing, there are likely limiting beliefs and negative assumptions in your subconscious mind—and these are holding you back from genuine and lasting emotional release. When you allow yourself to be led into a therapeutic hypnotic trance, the hypnotherapist can bypass this conscious part of your brain and directly access the subconscious parts responsible for positive change. This is a safe but incredibly powerful way to change your attitude to even the most painful emotional baggage, and you will only be receptive to suggestions that are in harmony with your core values.
Since there are a lot of distinct causes of sadness, anger, and resentment, you might be wondering if hypnotherapy really suits your specific situation. The good news is that research suggests the cause of your distress is unlikely to influence the outcome of hypnosis—so whether you’re living in a state of emotional numbness, feel unable to cope with daily life challenges or have adopted counterproductive habits like emotional eating, you can find a customized hypnotherapy program that suits your needs.
Of course, it isn’t only experience of unhappiness and dissatisfaction that leads people to become interested in self-hypnosis for emotional health. Perhaps you just want to maintain the good emotional health you already have, or you are generally pleased with your life but know there are certain areas of vulnerability that could use a little work. These are all good reasons to commit to hypnotherapy sessions on emotional health, which can also help you build self-confidence and develop the resilience you need to deal with future roadblocks to personal development.
One reason you might be interested in enhancing your emotional health relates to the connection between your state of mind and your ability to manifest the things you want in life. According to the Law of Attraction, you need to have high levels of energy and positive thinking if you’re to attract more positive things into your life—and energy booster self-hypnosis is an excellent way to maintain this way of being. Meanwhile, just about anyone can benefit from relaxation hypnotherapy, which not only improves emotional health but may also improve physical well-being by lowering heart rate, reducing blood pressure and promoting more restful sleep.
As just noted, when you enter into a deep state of relaxation it has knock-on effects on your whole body. This means that the benefit of using hypnotherapy to promote good emotional health can be an integral part of tackling other mental and emotional difficulties in your life. For example, if you struggle to get a good sleep without drugs then hypnotherapy can offer you new avenues of freedom from insomnia. Some people say it can also help relieve pain, especially if you suffer from a chronic condition that has a systemic impact on your body.
One of the most common reasons for initially seeking hypnotherapy is to move past bad habits or break free from addictions, and programs that tackle drug or alcohol abuse will naturally improve your emotional health as well. This effect works both ways, given that a lack of emotional health is often what provides the temptation to turn to substance abuse in the first place. Hypnotherapy or self-hypnosis is also one of the very best ways to improve a state of anxiety, so if your unhealthy coping mechanisms are linked to nervousness and stress then you may find that hypnosis teaches you to no longer need these coping mechanisms. Finally, in raising self-esteem through techniques like hypnotic visualization and neuro-linguistic programing, you can begin to see yourself as more valuable—and more deserving of consistently good treatment, from both yourself and others. This reduces the likelihood of falling back into old negative patterns of over-eating, drinking too much or abusing drugs.