Those who are interested in the fields of hypnosis and hypnosis training will most likely find a fascinating connection between the field of hypnotism (the science and study of hypnosis) and the ancient mystery traditions that acknowledge consciousness to be the very essence of our being.
When we explore hypnosis we directly tap into not only the subconscious mind, but also to the exceptional power of what we call “Superconscious Mind.” This is a level of our being that is said to be our “Higher-Wiser Self.” It communicates with us through love, clarity, certainty and with, what appears to be, a much higher perspective than we can gain through our conscious and subconscious minds alone.
However, within the hypnotic state we also simply tap into what we may call “Pure Consciousness.” In this state of being there really is no mind to speak of. In this place we simply find a profound peace and an experience of oneness that transcends the words of our conscious mind. Therefore, at the very core of the work we do as hypnotherapists, there is always a space of peace, love and bliss that needs no further explanations or understandings. What we come to experience here is that all that we are looking for resides in the very essence of our own being. In this place there are no questions. There is only pure peace and contentment.
A solid education in Hypnotherapy acknowledges these four major levels of our being: conscious mind, subconscious mind, superconscious mind, and consciousness itself. The deeper we go into altered states the more profound our experience and the more power we tap into. As we dive deeper into the essence of our being we find an unlimited source of creativity, inspiration and wonder. Our inner-landscape becomes a place of awe and a place that most of us never want to come out of once we’ve been gently guided there through skillful hypnotic technique.
The beauty of hypnosis and hypnotherapy certification is that the wonders that reside within us can be explored safely and directly. We do not need much in the way of external rituals or dogmatic and philosophical systems to simply find the joy that is always waiting at the core of our being. This simple writing is intended to encourage anyone who desires more peace and clarity in their lives to remember that the truest and most important journey is one where we turn within and find all that we have ever been looking for.