According to the Collins English Dictionary, ‘hypnosis is a state in which a person seems to be asleep but can still see, hear, or respond to things said to him/her.’ Health professionals use hypnosis to heal patients since the mind fully responds to anything suggested to it during hypnosis.
There’s a famous story of a boy who was cured of Congenital Ichthyosis through hypnosis. His physician cured him by hypnotizing him, and telling him that his skin was healing.
Such accounts have led to the realization that the mind fully responds to what it’s told during hypnosis because hypnosis relaxes and prevents it from doubting anything suggested to it.
It’s thus safe say that the mind only responds to affirmations/suggestions in the absence of doubt. For this reason, it will be almost impossible for you to cure yourself of a certain disease if you regularly affirm that you are healing yet you highly doubt your affirmations.
When affirming you must believe that what you are affirming is true. For example, if you wake up in the morning and affirm that you are powerful, you must believe that you are a powerful being and let your mind do its job.
I used to wonder why my affirmations never worked. Luckily, hypnosis enlightened me that they never worked because I doubted them. For instance, when I woke up in the morning and said, ‘I am the greatest blogger alive,’ I always doubted this statement immediately and prevented my mind from acting on it.
With that in mind, always know that whatever you suggest to your mind without doubting will come true. If you always say to yourself that you are too old, or you are a failure, without doubting, the mind will create situations that will make you an old failure.
Hypnosis shows us that the mind often responds to our affirmations, and it can bring into reality whatever is suggested to it only when we don’t doubt. Therefore, we must replace our doubts with unwavering faith since it will turn our positive affirmations into reality.
‘As you believe, so shall it be done unto you.’ – Jesus Christ, Christian ‘Savior.’
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