Truly Effective Hypnosis Files
Posted 07 May 2012 - 12:08 AM
I was about to say that she has a 'hypnotic quality' about her voice but that is after all, kinda the point. Just saying that i like them and am now trying out the daywetting one as well. they are cheap too so the investment was small if they failed. so if you want to try hypnosis again these are the best ive ever tried.
just my thoughts...
Posted 07 May 2012 - 12:31 AM
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Posted 07 May 2012 - 05:02 AM
that said you should never underestimate the power of a placebo, it has been found that a subcutaneous placebo (meaning one that is an injection of water) is more effective at treating migraines than any over the counter pain relief.
all I'm saying is don't underestimate the power of your own brain over your loss of control, or whatever it is you want to get from these hypnosis files, to make them truly effective you need to want them to work and you also need to be completely sure that they will work, and if you do that it is very likely that they will indeed work.
wet messy and very happy
Posted 07 May 2012 - 05:44 AM
Glad you got the results you were looking for
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Posted 07 May 2012 - 08:13 AM
As has been stated many times and not just here, hypnosis depends to a very great extent on the state of mind of the subject. in another thread, http://www.dailydiap...showtopic=31615 terryfighter posted an old sample hypnosis tape which apparently did some good for terryfighter. I've listened to it several times - and intend on continuing to listen to it. I don't see a lot of 'progress' on a loss of urinary control - beyond what I already experience. It does, however, do a remarkable job of relaxing me! That alone is worth a lot.
With this in mind and considering that hypnosis works for those who basically truly want it to work, Bettypooh's concern over reversing the effects of hypnosis probably shouldn't be a major concern. It seems to me that if you have to want what the hypnosis offers with, as Bettypooh states, with little or no reservation one of two things will happen following successful hypnosis. 1) you'll be thrilled with the results and continue to be very happy. 2) you'll discover that this is NOT what you wanted and your own mind will negate the hypnosis. A simple example would be those who have been hypnotized to stop smoking. It has been very, very effective for many, but there are those for whom it just does not seem to work.
To me, its a rhetorical question; did the hypnosis fail or did the subject say they wanted to need a pacifier/wet or mess uncontrollably/quit smoking but did not truly buy into the 'desired' effect? My answer would be that the hypnosis failed simply because the person did not truly want the objective fully enough for the brain to incorporate that behavior.
Good discussion! I find this all very interesting.
Posted 07 May 2012 - 09:08 AM
As mentioned in other posts,I've tried the WMM files with very limited success. But for others they worked better. The keys are that you must want what it offers with few or no reservations; you must be OK with the person giving the session; and you must believe that it can work I think the reason I wasn't more successful is a fear of getting what I ask for and finding that it wasn't what I wanted and cannot be easily undone. Not having tried the baby-pants files, is there anything about reversing them later on?
Glad you got the results you were looking for
I have been using the bed wetting program for the past three weeks and while I would wet the bed a least four times a week before the program, I have woke up wet every day for the past week. To answer Bettypooh concern, at the end of the program there is a way of re-training yourself not to wet the bed if wanted. If nothing else I look forward the 45 minutes of me time while I listen to program.
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Posted 07 May 2012 - 01:38 PM
I had some small problems all thru my life that I thought I would have live with, yet thru positive thinking I beat them one after the other.
Fingernail biting, overeating, and smoking were all eliminated with mind power.
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On a slightly off topic reply to this poster, I have found that, strangely enough, a very cold shower, long enough to get me thoroughly cold, will put me to sleep in a snap. Once I get in bed and start to warm up - zonk. I've heard of a similar technique with an ice bath, but honestly a cool to cold shower works well enough for me.
"I Can Make You Sleep".
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