Hypnosis is a very natural mental state with physiological characteristics which resembles sleep. When a person is in the natural state of hypnosis there is an increased level of mental awareness which amplifies a persons sensory awareness (what they feel, see, hear, taste and smell). Another description of the phenomenon is that of a modified frame of mind, while another links hypnotism to imaginative role-enactment.
An individual in this natural state of mind is said to have increased focus and concentration with the ability to concentrate intensely on a specific idea or memory. All hypnosis is just self-hypnosis. The use of hypnotism has been used for many hundreds of years for healing purposes and pain relief. There are many myths of hypnosis and about the effects of hypnosis.
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