Hypnosis doesn't work for me?


Postby fordpuma » Sat May 07, 2016 3:50 pm

They reckon they can cure this, cure that. Rubbish. If you don't suffer from depression then you have no right to tell anyone you can "Cure that in 3 sessions" if you don't suffer from it you have no idea what it's like.
I've got better things to do than waste my time with this trash.
Case closed.
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Postby saladinsmith » Sat May 07, 2016 7:58 pm

I agree with fordpuma to some extent. Most of the hypnotherapists I've known have been new-agey types who played with crystals and had no understanding of real science. They became hypnotherapists simply because many places don't regulate the practice at all -- there's no quality control in the profession, like there is in conventional forms of therapy.

That being said, I have also met a few hypnotherapists who know what they're doing and legitimately can cure a serious addiction in three sessions or less.

Unfortunately, the legitimate hypnotherapists are in a minority, which means that some people will judge all hypnotherapy on their experience with a few unskilled frauds.

For a long time I also did nor believe in hypnosis, because nobody had ever been able to hypnotize me. Now that I've become a hypnotist in my own right, that is no longer the case.

For anyone new to hypnosis and skeptical, I recommend you never see a hypnotist who doesn't have a guarantee that they will solve your problem in three sessions or less. Anyone with real skill should have the confidence to make such a guarantee.
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Postby Dalie » Sat May 28, 2016 6:11 pm

No. Hypnosis works for all people. If you don't feel it that means the specialist uses unsuitable method personally for you. Just try to find a real hypnotist who knows different methods
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