Hypnosis weight loss sounds like a dream come true. Play a hypnosis track to yourself on a regular basis and you lose weight as if by magic.
Of course, there’s a bit more to it than that…
Hypnosis works with your subconscious mind. The part of your mind that does all the things necessary to keep your body running that you’d likely forget about. Unless you’re out of breath, chances are that you don’t think about your breathing. You certainly don’t consciously think “I’ve got to breath in now” or anything like that!
Hypnosis uses your subconscious mind to send messages to your body on an “as required” basis. In the case of hypnosis weight loss, it works by leaning your food choices to the healthier options. Sure that sugar laden donut used to look attractive but think of the pounds you’ll add even by drooling at the thought of it, never mind actually eating it.
Over time, hypnosis will help your mind to make these healthier choices. This in turn will lead to you reaching your weight loss goals.
Is hypnosis weight loss safe?
Yes. Because hypnosis works with your subconscious mind, it’s probably the safest method of controlling your weight that you can use. Your subconscious won’t do anything to harm you. It’s a bit like having your own built-in guardian angel. The hypnotic suggestions that you’re playing have already been chosen to ensure that they will work in your favor. But if they did happen to contain something that wouldn’t work in harmony with your body (maybe if you had a food intolerance of some sort) then your subconscious would mentally delete that suggestion whilst continuing to use all the other good suggestions contained in the hypnosis track.
Your mind works hard while you sleep.
It’s true. Your subconscious mind never shuts down. It is working 24 hours a day to make sense of your world, process what you’ve learned and create new neural pathways to support changes in your thoughts and behaviors. It has long been a secret of the super-successful to journal or listen to audios just before going to sleep at night, because your subconscious mind will work on the last meaningful input at the end of the day while you sleep, changing and over-writing old thoughts, ideas, feelings and habits with new ones to support your desired change.