Courtesy of various hypnosis discussions, recently and forever:
“Can hypnosis be used to delete a bad/traumatic memory?”
Stay the eff away from genies, mate.
Let’s break it down.
For example, say someone broke your heart. You used to be more confident, more energetic, more focused, friendly and creative. Whenever you think about them, you feel sad, angry, betrayed, irritable, lonely and helpless.
It sucks, because so many things remind you of them.
All these problems seem to stem from that bad memory you can’t shake – the breakup.
Those are real problems and I’ll never belittle them.
But, wow, don’t go asking genies for anything.
Because the answer to what you asked is, yes, hypnosis can take away that memory.
Then you’ll randomly feel sad, angry, betrayed, irritable, lonely, helpless, less confident, less energetic, less focused, friendly and creative… and you won’t know why.
You got what you asked for. The memory is gone – poof, vanished, disappeared. You’re welcome.
Do you want to, I don’t know, reconsider the question?
Instead of asking if hypnosis can take away the memory, ask whether hypnosis can help with your problems.
Because isn’t that what you want? Isn’t remembering without feeling all that negativity better than what you asked for?
Be careful what you wish for. Some hypnotists are both knowledgeable and foolish enough to give it to you.
So ask yourself:
What do you really want?
That’s step one.
Step two is asking me for it.
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