Robert J. Escandon, clinical hypnotherapist at the Banyan Holistic, talks about creation and therapeutic hypnosis.
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Creation and Therapeutic Hypnosis On behalf of tvlesson.com, my name is Robert J. Escandon. I’m a clinical hypnotherapist with TheBanyanHolistic.com. Let’s talk about creating and enthralling therapeutic hypnosis. Creation or the art of creating is the most important factor when it comes down to therapeutic hypnosis, the same way that we created our current circumstance. We can recreate it using the mind’s limitless potential. What we see is what we perceive. And if we believe in what we see inwardly, then outwardly, that reflection can happen and there is no reason why it should not happen. Inwardly, we create constantly. We daydream most of the day, sometimes we dream, sometimes we think about things simply just to think the ideas that we are constantly creating. And these creations that come within our minds, within our hearts, we constantly see in our real world whether we’re aware of it or not. It is just a matter of actually bringing that awareness to the table to understand perhaps maybe this is something that I created and take responsibility for the reality around you. It is better that you have the responsibility that it is in your control versus having that stranger have control over your life. It is bittersweet simply because why would you hold yourself back from something that you want to accomplish? But there are reasons why you would hold yourself back; perhaps maybe you are not ready. And within the creation process, within therapeutic hypnosis, we begin to understand that everything that we see has been created inwardly at some point or another. That we sit and we create the world around us and therefore, sometimes we look at things and you know, “Wow! This is very familiar to me. This is something that I might have experienced. Why is it so familiar to me?” Because at some point or another, we created it. On behalf of tvlesson.com, this has been Robert J. Escandon. Thank you for watching.
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