Robert J. Escandon, clinical hypnotherapist at the Banyan Holistic, talks about the mind and therapeutic hypnosis.
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The Mind 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 a little bit about the mind and its role in therapeutic hypnosis. The mind is a very abstract concept. Many of us believe and perceive what it could or cannot be but the point of the matter when you’re using therapeutic hypnosis, we understand that the mind is limitless, the same way that you can imagine yourself running faster than you normally would or perhaps maybe even flying or falling. It is very important simply because we get to see a reality that has -- and knows no limitations, no bounds. Within the boundaries of therapeutic hypnosis, we get to travel to what is called the censor which is a part of everyone. Many of us call it the perfect place which is something that resides within everyone. It’s the censor of control, whether no limitations or whatsoever and that’s also in the mind’s eye, the playing field in which therapeutic hypnosis conducts most of its exercises within that world of limitless potential, everything is possible. And it’s only a matter of accepting, perceiving and understanding that within the mind, there are no limitations. Within the mind, there are no limitations. That’s why sometimes we dream of things that normally would not be able to happen in the real world when in actuality, it only takes us to accept that they could happen for it to actually happen, for it to manifest within our daily realities. Through therapeutic hypnosis, we begin to understand that the reality of the mind is actually the reality that we experience on a daily basis. It’s reflective. What we see inwardly is what reflects outwardly. And we get a good hold of that through the use of therapeutic hypnosis and looking at the mind as a limitless playing field. On behalf of tvlesson.com, this has been Robert J. Escandon. Thank you for watching.

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