25 SepSolve your Problems with Hypnosis Induction Scripts  

hypnosis-inductionIf you are too stressed, working for long hours a day, doing everything like clockwork, you must do something. Stress is never good, particularly when you literally sleep and breathe with it.

Paying no attention to it can pose risks to both your mental and physical health. It makes your immune system weak and rendered helpless once assaulted by diseases. It can lead you to depression. If you want to get rid of stress and bad habits like smoking, then, you must do something.

Here’s a solution to your problem – hypnosis induction scripts. Get yourself hypnotized.

Defining Hypnosis for Regular Joe’s

You might have seen on the television the subjects gazing into the eyes of the hypnotist or at the swinging pendant. It is the induction aspects of the session. Hypnosis induction is an act of putting someone or even yourself to a relaxed mental state. It is the beginning of the hypnotizing process. As mental relaxation sets in, the rest of the body is similarly induced to get relaxed too. Thus the entire body gets a reprieve temporarily away from all anxieties and dreadful stresses.

Hypnosis induction can be learned and performed by anyone. It can be done on another person or even on yourself. You can learn how to both fall into and come out of the hypnotic state of mind. Doing it on you is called Self-hypnosis. There are indeed many resources that you can access online. Getting your first experience from someone professionally trained to do it is very encouraging, but that should not stop you from doing a DIY hypnotism. Finding a friend or family who is similarly interested can be a rewarding experience too. This is a good way to assess the process as there is another person to validate your experience.

How to Do Hypnosis Induction

The Internet today is filled with Hypnosis Induction scripts and there are lots of sites offering free scripts. Many hypnotists offer many hypnotic induction scripts varying from style. Basically, the first thing to do is of course to learn how to start in order to become hypnotized. In any hypnotic induction script, you are required to find a silent and comfortable place where you can sit and relax without distraction. The next thing to do is to take some deep breaths. The next step depends on the different scripts. One important thing to remember is to not hurry the process. Usually, it takes as long as 25 minutes to an hour for the process to work.

To have a positive attitude towards this process helps it work out. Hypnosis induction can help in everything that involves self-development such as losing weight, stopping you from smoking, improving your self-esteem and self-confidence. It is like seeing in your mind’s eye you are succeeding in reaching your objective. You are telling yourself that you have made it.

It is also recommended to try out some things while you are attempting hypnosis induction. You can light candles with soothing scents and play a soothing music, too, in the background. Again, try to look for a room where you can successfully perform your hypnosis induction. Be in your most comfortable position. The more at ease you are, the easier it will be.

Living a Less Stressed Life

Do not expect an instant result. This cannot be achieved overnight. It takes several sessions and mastery of the hypnosis induction scripts before you achieve a successful hypnosis. Doing the hypnotic induction more often helps in improving your method. Success of your hypnotic induction depends on your training and patience. Gradually, you will notice the result. You become more focused on your goals and become more at peace than before. Feeling better and more relaxed are benefits that are truly priceless.

25 SepHow Dream Guides and Spirits Help Lucid Dreamers  

lucid-dreaming1Each night people enter the fascinating and mysterious world of dreams. It is hard to ignore its occurrence because the occurrences are real, but dreams are not.

While dreaming is an ordinary nightly phenomenon, not every dreamer is capable of lucid dreams or having dream guides and dream spirits.

The Dreams Called Lucid Dreams

Can you control what happens in your dream, and do things that please you? Can you fly and win battles in your dream? Can you make you fondest fantasies come to life in your dreams and see it to end the way your heart desires without ever leaving your bed? If you can, then you are a lucid dreamer.

A lucid dreamer has the ability to control one’s own dream and steer it like a director to how you want it to go and end. It has many values to a dreamer such as overcome fears, ventilate repressed desires, be more confident and squash phobias and anxieties.

The entire process is controlled not by the subconscious, but by the conscious mind. Everybody dreams, so everybody can have vivid, lucid dreams. Once you have the understanding and control of your dreams, you can have the power to unify your mind, body and spirit. If you want to develop this ability, you can do so with a dream guide.

Distinguishing Lucid Dream Guides and Lucid Dream Spirits

A dream guide is any entity or character that is created by the subconscious to help a lucid dreamer explore the dream world. It is there in your mind, locked away and reclaimed as one enters the lucid dream. The lucid dream guide can also be a spirit that is borne of your spirituality, faith or religion; in this case the lucid dream guide is referred to as the lucid dream spirit. Early human cultures believed and called on these dream spirits for visions and assistance.

Dream guides or spirits are most especially helpful when one is having nightmares or scary dreams.  This dream guide can be consistently present when lucid dream is beckoned (which is possible with practice). One can also have several that may appear randomly at different times.

The appearance of a dream guide or spirit is a sign that you are having a lucid dream. This is is one of those things that people with this ability train for so that even the occurrence of lucid dreams can be controlled.

Creating the Lucid Dream Guide

Lucid dreamers must create their own dream guides based on how they define a guide. It can be a person, an animal, a forest, a waterfall or even a computer. These are powerful creations that possess vast insight and wisdom who knows a great deal about the lucid dreamer. It knows everything about you.

Your guide is a creation of your subconscious that stores all your life experiences, memories, beliefs, lessons and everything that you sensed and lived through. Much of these were forgotten which is why you have a difficulty recognizing what have been embedded or suppressed in the prefrontal cortex of your brain

You can create and define your guide while you are awake or conscious. You can pick the place where to meet your lucid dream guide. These will all help when you reach your lucidity and summon the dream guide; the appearance is the sign that you are in your lucid dream.

Lucid dreamers can best control their dreams with the help of dream guides or dream spirits that come from your subconscious. Isn’t it wonderful to get in touch with your subconscious to once again remind you of what made you what you are?

25 SepDemystifying Common Dreams during Pregnancy

4.1.1Mood swings, weight gain and food cravings are not just the things that women must live with during pregnancy; they also need to get used to having vivid dreams. These dreams seem to be more frequent especially when nearing the full term.

Just when they are getting adjusted with all the changes in their physical, emotional and psychological states, pregnancy throws another curveball: dreams that are so vivid and sometimes even bizarre.

There are common dreams that pregnant women seem to have during this delicate stage (conception dreams?).

Understanding Pregnancy Dreams

pregnantDreams are actually normal for all people; pregnant women are no exception. What makes pregnant women seem to have more vivid dreams than regular folks have something to do with their physical condition: heavy with a baby and raging pregnancy hormones are partly to be blamed.

Human brains are said to be a repository of so many memories from childhood. Much of it is buried in the deep recesses of the human subconscious. Recent memories continue to be saved each day. Dreams are instigated by these memories as new experiences stimulate some deep-seated memories to resurface. Anxieties, changes and even thoughts can trigger these memories to be awakened. Pregnancy is a state when so many changes are taking place; these are enough reasons for pregnant women to dream more often.

The high levels of hormones are also believed to influence the intensity of their dreams. The brain, particularly the subconscious could be in overdrive leading to very vivid dreams. It is also believed that their dreams are not as many or as vivid; they just tend to remember their dreams more because of waking up often.

This is because during the last leg of the pregnancy, their frequent urination makes them experience short, frequently interrupted sleep so that they become more aware or conscious of their dreams.

Some Common Dreams for Pregnant Women:

  • Sensual Encounters – are more common during pregnancy to compensate for significant reduction in sexual activities. Despite the advice that sexual activity is allowable during said condition, the heaviness creates discomforts that naturally deter couples to continue with their normal intimate acts. The fear that it can also harm the baby or stimulate premature labor make the parents-to-be apprehensive. The nagging thought of sexual incapability to satisfy the husband’s needs and one’s own physical urge can unconsciously trigger anxiety and erotic dreams. Dreams about the husband having an affair are also common.
  • Water – like swimming pools and beaches are symbols of amniotic fluid that maintains and sustains the baby. It can also mean the water breaking during labor and before delivery. It is a conscious thought that the bag of water must not break before the baby is due. This thought can be stimulating dreams of water even without being aware of it.
  • Baby and the baby’s name – are thoughts that persist the entire pregnancy which is not a surprise. Once a woman finds out about the pregnancy, a mother’s mind and innate feelings, thoughts, energy and the entire body are centered on the developing fetus. The knowledge, the changes in the body, the anxiety regarding the health and safety of the baby, and the excitement send the mother’s mind in overdrive that lead to dreams about the baby.
  • Labor and delivery – are both anticipated and dreaded. Thus, the mind of a pregnant woman is full of that moment. The physical changes in the body particularly the early signs of labor or contractions are enough reminders of what’s to come.

Pregnancy is a physical state of the body that bears a lot of life-changing consequences during and even after pregnancy. Hence, it is not surprising that a pregnant woman’s mind gets an overload of persistent thoughts. Compound that with the raging hormones and the frequently interrupted sleeps and you have the perfect equation for many vivid unusual and common dreams.