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Can You Be Hypnotised? Take This Hypnosis Quiz to Find Out If Hypnotherapy Is Right for You.

Embarking on a journey of self-discovery and personal transformation often involves exploring various therapeutic approaches. Hypnotherapy, a powerful tool for tapping into the subconscious mind, has garnered attention for its potential to address a range of issues, from breaking unwanted habits to managing stress and improving overall well-being.

Curious if hypnotherapy is the right fit for you? This hypnosis quiz is designed to provide insights into your susceptibility to hypnosis and whether you may benefit from this therapeutic technique.

can you be hypnotised

Contrary to popular misconceptions, being hypnotised doesn't mean losing control or being manipulated. Instead, it's a collaborative process where the individual, guided by the hypnotherapist, accesses their subconscious to address specific concerns.

The quiz aims to gauge your openness to the hypnotic experience. Keep in mind that people experience hypnosis differently, and individual responses can vary. Answer the questions honestly, and at the end of the quiz, you'll receive insights into whether hypnotherapy aligns with your preferences and goals.

Remember, hypnotherapy is a versatile tool used for various purposes, including stress reduction, overcoming fears, improving sleep, and fostering personal growth. So, if you're intrigued by the prospect of exploring your inner potential through hypnosis, let this quiz be your starting point on the path to self-discovery and positive change.

Once you took the test, you will know your score and which of the below categories you belong to.

Highly receptive

You have an excellent imagination and can access your emotions easily. You have an innate ability to concentrate and focus your attention with minimum input from an external source.

You have an exceptional mind that would respond very well to a course of hypnotherapy. If you are seeking to make a mindset shift, hypnotherapy can help you accelerate this change in a relatively short period of time.

Moderately receptive

While you prefer to be 'in control' and use analytical side of your brain, on occasions you can be spontaneous and “let yourself go”. There is a tendency to overthink, but you have a strong intuition and once you have tapped into your inner self, the answer usually becomes apparent to you.

You possess a great mind for hypnosis but may have some inhibitions about the process or the experience. To be able to let your guard down and relax, it is important that you have a good rapport with your hypnotherapist. Ask as many questions a you have to let yourself feel comfortable with the process. Avoid judging yourself during the process. You mind knows how to participate in hypnosis in just the right way for you. And remember, if anything, hypnotherapy will add more control to your life, not take it away. With some practice and after a few sessions, you are likely to achieve a deeper state of hypnosis if you choose to.

Slightly receptive

You prefer to rely on analytical part of your brain and shy away from some very effective personal mental resources like your creativity and emotions.

Being in control makes you feel safe. Accepting help may feel like losing that control.

You do not like spontaneity. You find it easier to relax once you are absolutely exhausted.

While certain barriers would need to be addressed through the course of your treatment, hypnotherapy can be very beneficial to you. If you chose to give hypnotherapy a go, make sure you really want change and you select a hypnotherapist that you feel satisfies you requirements. It might be that referral from a friend who had results is the best option.

If you passed the test and would like to book a session you can go to my Sydney Hypnotherapy page and book a free first.


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