This is probably the most common misconception about hypnosis. You never lose your complete sense of awareness or fall asleep in hypnosis.
You’ll be aware of everything while hypnotized. Afterward, you may have a “dreamy” feeling, like emerging from a deep daydream or a light nap.
Most stage hypnotists are skilled at creating the illusion that they possess a magical and mysterious power over others. There is, in fact, no such “power.” Hypnosis is a state of consent and cooperation. The only control I have over you is the control you allow me to have. Throughout the process, you can end it at any time.
You are capable of making regular decisions at all times under hypnosis. You can’t be ‘made’ to do anything you find objectionable under hypnosis under normal circumstances.
It’s not a matter of whether you can be hypnotized but whether you’ll allow yourself to be helped to enter hypnosis. If a person is comfortable with the process and knows what to expect, it’s surprisingly easy.
You don’t lose control or reveal personal secrets under hypnosis unless you wish to do so.
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