The Unknown Dangers Of Mind Control Hypnosis

Published: 30th September 2011
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Hypnosis is the state in which your mind is relaxed. In this state, your subconscious mind works more that your conscious mind, and ideas can be introduced to the subconscious mind.



Some people are concerned with hypnosis and wonder if there are any dangers of this process. Firstly, there are no dangers of hypnosis if it is conducted properly, by and experienced hypnotist. No one can make you do something against your will in hypnosis and you will not tell your deepest darkest secrets under this state. In short, you will not do anything in this state, unless you wish to do so.



However, in some cases, mind control hypnosis can be dangerous. These depend on how the hypnosis is performed and on whom it is performed. It is thought that hypnosis performed on someone who has bad intentions may be dangerous. This can only be dangerous when the hypnosis is not done skilfully. The outcome of this hypnosis on vulnerable people may be dangerous.



If hypnosis is conducted by someone who is not trained, then the outcome can be dangerous. This outcome will obviously affect the person who is under hypnosis. When untrained hypnosis is conducted, the person conducting the hypnosis may not know how to respond to certain behaviour displayed by some people under hypnosis. This may leave them shocked and they may not understand what to do. The impact of this can be dangerous for the person who was under hypnosis. Such a practice of hypnosis can lead to problems or even make previous problems worse. Therefore, hypnosis should not be practiced by untrained people because this increases the risk of the process not being conducted properly and creates problems for the subject.



Conducting hypnosis for psychotherapy can also be dangerous if it is done without proper training. This can leave some people with headaches and can cause them to feel uncomfortable. Therefore hypnosis conducted for psychotherapy, without training has its dangers as well.



Other dangers of hypnosis are when the hypnotist gets caught up in the process of conducting the hypnosis. The hypnotist can use this process for immoral motives and can also bring out negative aspects can be dangerous. By blocking out a subject's memories to help them cope with fears can also be dangerous if the repercussion of such treatment is not kept in mind. Also, such hypnosis can lead to panic attacks for the subject, if the subject is not used to the vivid imagery that he or she may experience under the process.



Hypnosis cannot leave anyone stuck in the state of sleep forever. Meaning, you cannot get stuck in hypnosis without waking up. So there is not such danger of hypnosis. Hypnosis that is conducted by a professional also eliminates all of the dangers that have been mentioned above. There are no real dangers of this process and you will snap out of the state of hypnosis without any harmful consequences. All you need to know is that you're going to the correct professional for hypnosis, if you ever decide to try it out.



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