Self confidence – or the lack of it – is one of those weird things. Some people seem to exude confidence from every pore in their body. Others appear to be afraid of their own shadow.
If you’re someone who suffers from a lack of self confidence, chances are that you’ve looked at all sorts of different ways to overcome this issue in your life.
And one of the methods you’re likely to have encountered is self confidence hypnosis.
If you’re like most people I meet, the next thing that will have run through your mind is the question of whether or not using hypnosis to improve your self confidence stands a chance of working? Or is it some kind of new age mumbo jumbo, designed to improve the wallet of the person hypnotising you but not much else.
I might be accused of being biased but I think that hypnosis really does work for this problem (and lots of other problems as well).
I’ll go further and say that your current confidence levels are as a result of your current self hypnosis.
Because being hypnotised doesn’t mean that you have to be in a state of deep trance and appear to be asleep to the outside world.
In fact, most of the time, you’re at least partially aware of what’s happening around you whilst you’re in a hypnotic trance.
Much the same as the slightest unexpected noise can wake you from even the deepest sleep, everything around you counts towards the hypnotic thoughts that buzz through your mind.
That’s the basis of the confidence issue.
The thoughts you’re thinking almost dictate the outcome.
If you’re ever thought that you’re never going to manage to do something, chances are that became a self fulfilling prophecy.
That goes for self confidence as much as anything else in your life.
The thought processes involved aren’t all ones you’re consciously thinking.
Despite what you may think, most of your thoughts aren’t ones that you consciously think.
Your subconscious mind generates a lot of your thoughts – including the ones that put you in a state where your self confidence is high or low.
And it’s that level that hypnosis works well with.
Because the negative thoughts about your confidence are being generated to protect you at some level.
Often the protection is from failure or the perception of failure.
If you don’t have the confidence to even attempt something then you won’t fail at it. Because you’ve never even tried it in the first place!
A hypnosis session will talk directly to your subconscious mind, thank it for the help it’s been giving you in protecting you from the consequences of being over confident and then work with your subconscious mind to figure out some ways to change those thoughts in the future so that you can be more confident, even at times when you’d previously have been quaking inside and working on 101 different reasons for why you couldn’t possibly do whatever it was!
I know from personal experience that self confidence hypnosis works.
And the best way for you to find out for yourself is to have the confidence to try it for yourself.