What is Trance?

What is trance?

Trance, in the context of hypnotherapy or psychology, refers to an altered state of consciousness characterised by focused attention, heightened suggestibility, and deep relaxation. It is a naturally occurring state that people may enter into regularly, such as when engrossed in a captivating book, daydreaming, or even during routine activities like driving.

During trance, the individual’s attention becomes more inwardly focused, and there is often a heightened receptivity to suggestions. In the realm of hypnotherapy, this trance state is intentionally induced by a trained therapist to facilitate therapeutic interventions. Contrary to popular misconceptions, being in a trance doesn’t mean losing control, rather, it involves a heightened state of concentration and receptivity.

In this altered state, the mind becomes more open to positive suggestions, allowing the hypnotherapist to work with the individual’s subconscious mind to address various issues, from breaking habits to managing stress. Trance is a tool that harnesses the power of the mind to facilitate positive change and enhance overall well-being.

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