I wanted to know everything about it.
I found a lot of information.
Unfortunately, much of the information was just plain wrong.
I read that the US government used hypnosis to train assassins.
A blatant lie.
I also heard that if you were in a hypnotic trance and the therapist died while you were in the trance, you would be lost in some sort of mental limbo.
This stuff is almost laughable.
There are, however, both pros and cons associated with clinical hypnosis.
On the pro side, your life is pretty much run by your subconscious mind.
What better tool to access that part of your mind than hypnosis? Time and time again, hypnosis has been proven to be the best way to reprogram your subconscious, bringing you the change you want to see in yourself.
But isn't this change merely psychological? What effect would these kinds of changes have in the real world? Well, maybe you've heard of something called the law of attraction.
Contrary to popular belief, this is not just thinking positive, or sitting around repeating affirmations.
It means like attracts like.
To attract wealth, you have to be wealthy.
If love is what you're after, instead of focusing on finding the right person, focus on being the right person.
What on earth am I talking about? Pay attention to lottery winners.
Many of these people are low-income, hardworking people who just happened to buy the right lottery ticket while buying their 6-pack after work one evening.
Nobody taught them how to be wealthy.
As a result, almost all of these people lose their millions within 2 years.
On the other extreme, we have somebody like Donald Trump.
Trump has made millions, and he has lost millions.
But nothing has kept him down.
He's truly wealthy.
You could take away all his money, blindfold him, and drop him off in some foreign country, and he would still prosper.
Hypnosis, if used properly, can cause you to pretty much attract whatever you want.
So, that's the pro side of hypnosis.
What about the cons? The only con to hypnosis is that it can be difficult to find a credible hypnotherapist.
What's worse, is that most states have no laws or licensure requirements for those practicing.
This means that anybody can pretty much call themselves a hypnotherapist.
They can even charge money for it.
My advice to you is simple.
Don't be afraid of what hypnosis can do, but don't trust just anybody when looking for a hypnotherapist.
Ask questions, make phone calls, and find out if the person you're talking to really knows his stuff.