Hypnosis helps even if everything else fails.
We are a society driven by performance and self-optimization, and these terms have now become part of our everyday vocabulary. When talking to older generations, we often hear them say that life has become faster. Hypnocoaching develops in correlation with a modern and digitized society to help us master everyday life.
Whether we should consider these social developments in a positive or critical way – humans are only just starting to adapt to a faster pace of life and developing new strategies for a life in the digitized world, a world in which competence and performance have reached a new status. If hypnosis is regarded as one of these new coping strategies, then performance enhancement begins in a moment of deceleration – in the so-called trance state. The two aspects of learning and of ability take place on a mental and physical level. Hypnosis increases performance on both levels to make learning easier for us.
Some people find it particularly easy to learn new skills, others on the other hand can feel overwhelmed. While it may be easy to learn a language for some, learning to play a musical instrument can in turn be difficult. All of us have our strengths and weaknesses when learning something new. With Hypnocoaching, different levels of our learning processes can be positively influenced. So-called Superlearning can make learning significantly easier for each of us.
Performing a visualization under hypnosis results in the anchoring of it in the subconscious, making an unfamiliar situation appear more familiar. The aim is to create a future image of ourselves in which new knowledge and new skills are applied. For example, we would imagine a scenario where we are ordering a tarte au citrón from a bakery in France or are melodiously playing our favorite song on the guitar. Goal-oriented hypnosis, on the other hand, offers a structuring of the learning process. The current state is analyzed and the path to the goal (e.g. speaking French fluently, being able to play the guitar) is mentally structured and planned. Thus, hypnosis can not only prevent a total overload during the learning process, but can also analyze and restructure the process. Hypnosis offers a great advantage while learning because existing resources can be utilized and unused subconscious sources can be activated. (1) This makes learning in the future noticeably easier and the resulting available time can be used more effectively.
When it comes to improving performance while engaging in a sport, hypnosis focuses on increasing motivation, improving the ability to concentrate and boosting self-confidence. This way, the Hypnocoach is able to address an athlete’s fears. A subconscious fear of sustaining an injury can cause a runner not to push harder or a cyclist to stagnate at a certain point. Fear of the opponent in competitive sports can also inhibit athletes and prevent them from exploiting their full potential. And last but not least, external circumstances (such as rain, heat, disputes) can flip a switch in the athlete’s head and signal the body that today is not a good day to work out. Hypnocoaching can positively effect our mental focus, thus bringing about a significant improvement in motion control and execution. (2) Recovery times are often shortened through the help of hypnosis and pain can also be reduced. (3)
(1) Sprachen lernen mit Hypnose. Deutscher Verband für Hypnose e.V. (DVH): https://www.hypnose-fachverband.de/info/fremd-sprachen-lernen
(2) Einführung in die Hypnotherapie. Wissenschaftliche Fundierung und praktische Anwendung: Dipl. Psych. Björn Riegel. Seite 163 ff. https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Andreas_Maercker/publication/226354730_Posttraumatische_Belastungsstorungen/links/0deec539f1bce1d279000000/Posttraumatische-Belastungsstoerungen.pdf
(3) Medizinische Hypnose und Trance im Leistungssport: Karin Pekovits. Seite 44 ff. http://docplayer.org/51260712-Medizinische-hypnose-und-trance-im-leistungssport.html
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