You probably know your unconscious mind does a lot with your body.
Like when you stand up or even sit up. It’s not something you can just do. To remain balanced, your unconscious has to precisely control your muscles. They twitch in precise sequences, making small adjustments.
You’re never fully at rest. When you stand still, you’re constantly falling and catching yourself before you even notice.
And speaking of not noticing…
Your body swarms with sensations. Nothing in the body is ever neutral or static – it’s always warm and moving. Your unconscious notices these sensations, but you probably don’t.
It’s like your pulse. You can feel it if you listen for it, especially on a major artery.
But every not-so-major artery expands and contracts with your heart beat.
Unless you train your mind to hard core levels, you won’t feel all of this.
You can feel some of it, though.
Pay attention to some part of you – like, say, your right hand. Notice how it feels.
Now look again and really notice. How many subtle, barely-noticeable sensations can you feel now that you couldn’t feel before?
This is happening all over your body, all the time. Your nervous system glows with information you rarely pay attention to.
What does this have to do with hypnosis?
A few things.
When you’re in a hypnotic trance, you can alter this information. It’s a classic stage hypnosis gimmick to make someone feel hot or cold, or to make their arm lock in place.
You can use this to ease discomfort, release old tension form your muscles and even manage pain.
And you can use it to enhance your senses, to fully plug into your environment.
That’s while you’re in a trance, though.
You can also use these sensations to enter a trance.
One of the definitions of hypnosis is it makes unconscious thoughts conscious. For example, you’ve probably seen on TV how hypnosis can help someone remember a long-forgotten memory.
There’s some truth to that.
But when it comes to psychology, causality is a funny thing. You can often run it backwards. In this case, bringing up a long-forgotten memory can put you in a trance.
And so it is with your body.
When you’re in a trance, the unconscious becomes conscious.
Reverse that, and by making the unconscious conscious, you can enter a trance.
So notice the sensations you normally ignore in your body. If you didn’t notice them before but now you do, it puts you a little bit into a trance.
Do it more and you’ll only enter deeper.
This is part of the secret sauce of the Neural Reset – one ingredient in hundreds.
If you’re still not sure how to do it, it’s fine. You don’t need to know – all you need is to follow my guidance.
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