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Bruce Eimers Hypnosis Pretalk

Why Hypnosis is a Great Therapy Tool for Pain Management No trust = No therapy = No treatment Informed consent + Appropriate Initial Evaluation  Building Trust Informed consent + Appropriate Initial Evaluation  Building Trust The use of hypnosis as a therapy tool is based on the absence of fear in both the patient and the therapist, as well as a collaborative relationship between therapist and patient. We all experience informal states hypnosis every day although we don’t think of it as such. For example, when we daydream. We may get absorbed in reading, watching a movie, or listening to music.

When we remember something from the past, we may find ourselves in a different mood, or when we are in a particular mood state, it may bring up a memory of a time we were in a similar emotional state. We experience hypnosis everyday just before we drop off into sleep and just after we wake up. When a piece of music takes you back emotionally to a time in the past that you associate with the tune, you enter a state of spontaneous age regression hypnosis. The same thing happens when you meet someone who reminds you of someone from the past. In essence, as a psychological phenomenon, hypnosis is a state of spontaneous absorption in an emotional experience. Your conscious critical mind is bypassed and your subconscious and unconscious thoughts, beliefs, and memories are triggered. Since therapy cannot happen without trust between patient and provider, the use of hypnosis as a tool in therapy cannot be viable without positive trust and collaboration. Hypnosis as a therapy tool is simply the use of a natural psychological capacity that all humans have to shut down temporarily their critical faculty and become absorbed in a daydream.

Therefore anyone who can daydream can be hypnotized. The question is always whether hypnosis is the right treatment tool for a particular patient presenting with a particular problem with a particular provider in a particular context at a particular time. The process of being hypnotized is simply one wherein the hypnotist, with your permission, guides you to utilize your own imagination to help you change your own experience in a manner that you and the hypnotist agree upon. All hypnosis is guided self hypnosis. Also hypnosis can be defined as a state of controlled daydreaming and believed in imagination. When trust is present and therapy can take place, a therapist who is trained in the use of the hypnosis tool can use a variety of techniques to help you enter a state of deep absorption, increased focus,and heightened suggestibility to acceptable suggestions. Absence of trying. A person who is truly hypnotized, does not try to make anything happen. In a real state of hypnosis, the person who is hypnotized is aware of everything that is going on but just allows his or her experience to unfold and allows him or herself to be amazed by the power of his or her unconscious mind to change his or her physiological experience.

This is why hypnosis is such a useful tool for pain management. Pain comes on involuntarily and without effort and hypnosis can only occur without effort and without consciously trying to make it work! You cannot be successful when you try to make pain go away and you cannot be successful to try to make it hypnosis work. It just does when the right conditions exist. Trust. Hypnosis can be used to lower one’s sensitivity to real physical pain. Pain without suffering hurts less. A stronger emotion will always dominate and trump a weak emotion. When the imagination is pitted against the will, the imagination always wins. Since therapeutic or al hypnosis is the controlled use of the imagination based on positive beliefs, positive feelings, and trust,it can be used as a powerful tool for taming the fires of pain. Chronic persistent pain typically hurts both physically and emotionally. It is physically debilitating and emotionally draining.

When all reasonable and appropriate medical interventions have been exhausted, why not enlist the power of the unconscious mind to replace suffering with at least a state of neutral experience if not a state of pleasant experience? Hypnotic techniques can be used directly to promote relief from pain sensations and indirectly to reduce the negative emotional overlay associated with pain. Most people in a trusting positive relationship with a healthcare provider who uses hypnosis, experience a great deal of satisfaction when they recognize that they have tapped into their own ability to change their own experience in a positive way. This is what hypnosis can help you achieve. Hypnosis can help you become the master of your own experience as you learn how to master your pain symptoms. Hypnosis is not about zap you’re under my power or spell but rather about empowering you to bring up your own inner strength to gain greater control over your pain. There are hundreds of techniques for inducing a state of hypnosis. An experienced hypnotherapist will use those induction techniques that are deemed to be best matched to you. It may be necessary to try several different induction techniques over several sessions to find the right one. Then once the right approach is discovered, it can be repeated several times. Then once the right approach is discovered, it can be repeated several times and you can be helped to learn a boiled down or simplified form of the method to practice your own self hypnosis on your own so that you can repeat the relief and positive experiences you had in the office.

Through the use of direct suggestions in hypnosis, your hypnotist or hypnotherapist can also help you associate certain everyday cues with positive experiences, comfort, and pain relief. This is called the use of posthypnotic suggestion. Again no one can hypnotize you against your will. All hypnosis is guided selfhypnosis. Your unconscious mind is protective. It will only accept suggestions that are acceptable to you. You could be never made to do anything against your value system with therapeutic hypnosis. Since hypnosis is not a state of sleep, you do not have to worry about not being able to wake up or come out of hypnosis. You can come out of it anytime you feel the need to do so.

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