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QHHT® hypnosis is a magical gateway to the subconscious mind.

Hypnosis is a very effective technique for therapy. The purpose of hypnotherapy is to quickly identify the root cause of all problems (whether psychological or physiological). The reason hypnosis can achieve this is because it can directly open the blocked door between the conscious and subconscious mind, enter the realm of the subconscious mind, search for deep-seated or forgotten memories buried in the individual's innermost heart, treat deep-seated trauma, and release suppressed desires. By having a direct conversation with the subconscious mind, new instructions can be implanted.

The reason it's called the subconscious mind is that it is usually in a state of being suppressed and forgotten by the conscious mind. If it can be directly remembered or realized in a conscious state, it already belongs to the realm of the conscious mind. In psychology, there is a phenomenon that people often experience in daily life called "tip-of-the-tongue phenomenon", which means that you know the name of the other person, and it's almost on the tip of your tongue, but you just can't say it. In this state, the person's name exists in the subconscious mind, but has not yet surfaced in the conscious mind. Therefore, soon enough you will suddenly remember, "Oh, the other person's name is so and so, why is my memory so bad?"

However, some memories really sink to the very deep bottom. For example, very few people can remember their lives before the age of three. Even memories of childhood have only vague outlines left. These memories actually still exist, but are suppressed to the deepest level of the subconscious mind. Some of these memories are neutral and have no significant impact, so they are suppressed simply because they are of low importance. However, other memories, especially early painful memories, have to be suppressed. Otherwise, it is a pain that cannot be ignored in the conscious mind.

This kind of suppression can be said to be the root of future psychological problems. Although this kind of suppression can temporarily silence the problem, it does not mean the problem is solved. It will gradually form a bomb in the dark and explode at some point in the future with some stimulation. If a person maintains a positive attitude towards the continuous attacks of pain in life, I believe that they will certainly be a mentally and physically healthy person. However, in reality, few people can do this. Because every person starts the journey of life as a powerless baby. Before growing into an adult with sufficient autonomy, there will be a very long period of time during which we are controlled, influenced, and educated by huge adults, unconditionally accepting all the messages given by adults. These messages may include treatment that is full of beauty, kindness, and love, but may also include rudeness, negative emotions, scolding, paranoid beliefs, and even physical and mental harm. By the time you finally become an adult and begin to live independently, your subconscious mind may have already accumulated a lot of toxins.

When talking about the subconscious mind, we must mention the founder of the psychoanalytic school, Sigmund Freud. Freud found that the various strange behaviors exhibited by psychologically dysfunctional people are caused by the uncontrollable power of their subconscious mind.

Once, a young woman came to see Freud with a paralyzed arm that prevented her from doing housework and caused her great pain. After examining her hand, Freud found that the nerves and muscles were all normal. Since there were no physiological problems, there must be psychological problems. Freud deduced that her subconscious mind yearned to be sick.

The original passage discusses the effectiveness of hypnotherapy as a technique for treating psychological and physiological issues by accessing the subconscious mind. Hypnosis can help to unlock the door between the conscious and subconscious minds, enabling the therapist to search for and treat deep-seated traumas, release repressed desires, and input new instructions directly into the subconscious mind.

The subconscious mind is often suppressed and forgotten in everyday life, hence the term "subconscious." Memories that are buried deep in the subconscious can be difficult to access, but they can still affect a person's behavior and psychological well-being. Repressed memories can become a source of psychological problems in the future, as they may manifest themselves as repressed desires or traumas that can be triggered unexpectedly.

The passage also highlights the concept of repression, which refers to the act of transferring unpleasant or difficult emotions to the subconscious mind in order to maintain a "normal" psychological state. However, repression can lead to the distortion of a person's personality and can create even larger problems over time.

QHHT® hypnotherapy aims to build a bridge between the conscious and subconscious minds to achieve a harmonious and productive relationship between the two. The therapist can ask the subconscious mind direct questions to uncover the root cause of a person's problems, and the subconscious mind can provide creative and effective solutions to those problems.

The author believes that learning about the subconscious mind can help individuals gain greater self-awareness and lead a better life. When the communication between the conscious and subconscious minds is clear, the subconscious mind can become a powerful ally in problem-solving and decision-making.

Let me give another example. A hypnotist once treated a patient who had a symptom of not being able to drink water. Although she could hold a cup to her mouth, she couldn't swallow the water inside, which was a very bizarre scene. She had to rely on eating fruits to supplement her water intake.

When the hypnotist successfully induced her into a hypnotic state, she recalled the root cause of her illness. It turned out that she had visited a friend's house and saw a dog drinking water from a glass that humans used. She felt very disgusted but didn't say anything to be polite. After returning home, she started to be unable to drink water and forgot about the incident. After she mentioned this forgotten memory and returned to her normal consciousness from hypnosis, her inability to drink water disappeared. This is a good example that tells us:

1. If you trace the source of the problem, the symptom will disappear.

2. By recalling forgotten unpleasant events, symptoms can be eliminated.

Many times, we forget the root cause of the problem but are deeply immersed in the vortex of symptoms. At this time, as long as hypnosis can bring forgotten memories back to light, the problem will begin to improve. Just like childhood pain, if not resolved, it will cause many symptoms including lack of confidence, guilt, self-deprecation, self-harm, depression, etc. In terms of behavior, it is either to harm oneself again or to harm others.

In my operational experience, QHHT® hypnosis is a very good channel to the past. Let the patient return to the past in a hypnotic state, and with a clear awareness that this is a past experience in a safe state, look at this experience with a viewpoint of transcendence and growth, release the suppressed emotions from that time, and reconcile with the inner self. What happened in the past cannot be changed, but how we view the past can be changed. Once the viewpoint on things is changed, the whole person will change accordingly. Many patients can rewrite their life scripts and become more mature and healthy individuals as a result.

Usually, people are attracted by the colorful external world and rarely reflect on their inner selves and look for the root cause of problems. When doing hypnosis, closing the eyes and isolating themself from the external environment, letting the patient be in a relaxed and comfortable state, his psychological defense will naturally decrease, making it easier to say things that he usually hesitates to say, and easier to release emotions that are usually tightly sealed. He will be more receptive to his inner voice and more likely to have a dialogue with himself. He will connect with his inner self, just like a traveler who returns to his spiritual home after wandering outside, and find his inner peace and tranquility again.

This is why this type of treatment often creates miraculous effects.

If you are also interested in hypnosis or need hypnosis, please feel free to make an appointment for a free consultation. I am in Fremont, Northern California, and I look forward to meeting you. My WeChat ID is Bamboo_Juice.

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