Self-Hypnosis Techniques - Guided Imagery
Guided imagery during a session is used to focus the mind of the subject by having them imagine the imagery suggestions they're given and also to deepen the hypnotic state. Some theta waves can be generated by guided imagery journeys. The guided imagery technique can be used in self-hypnosis by imagining a journey.
Some examples would by going down a staircase that leads you into a forest, going down a long hallway with doors (I use this in the Creative Temple of Mind mp3), traveling to a rainforest or a beach or a mountain meadow. This type of imagery can trigger deeper brainwave states. And by following the guided imagery, a subject's mind becomes highly focused.
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