If you were asked to describe a hypnotist, you might picture a man with deep piercing eyes, a pocket watch on a chain, intently focused on a prone and still individual who eventually falls into a deep sleep. You might also assume that anyone who is hypnotised is under the control of the hypnotist and can be made to anything they are told to, whether they like it or not.
This is definitely not the case and people cannot be made to do things against their will, or in fact anything that they have an inherent aversion towards or think is morally wrong. Hypnosis is not always used for entertainment or as a stage or party trick. Hypnotherapy can actually be used to treat a whole host of conditions. Here are fifty surprising conditions which can be helped with hypnosis… Continue reading 50 Shades of Hypnotherapy