Hypnosis is an excellent tool for psychoanalysis. It can help to slow down the mind and get to the root of the problem. It can also help to resolve repressed memories and feelings. Hypnosis can be used in conjunction with traditional psychoanalysis, or it can be used as a standalone introspection treatment. The application of hypnosis for analysis is called hypnotic analysis.
When I'm asked what the best use of hypnosis is during interviews or podcasts, my answer is that it is most beneficial to allow someone to discover the true nature of their condition, whatever it may be. Yes, hypnosis can create suggestions, change beliefs, create new feelings, and remove memories. That said, it always can create new understanding.
Not every smoker is going to quit, unfortunately, no matter how good the hypnotist is. But every person is hiding something from themselves, and hypnosis makes finding the answer fast and painless. I find this applies to everyone with a problem they cannot understand. And hypnosis with the right techniques always gets you closer to the truth. It might take more than one session to get all the way there. In one session, you will make so much progress that it will be hard to remember what you used to think about your issue before we started.
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