Change of Mind Hypnosis
"What Your Mind Can Conceive, You Can Achieve"
Presented by: Rose Woodruff, Consulting Hypnotist & Life Coach

eight words the most important messages that any person will receive in a
lifetime. The dramatic and very real power of the mind has been available
since pre-Christian times. In perhaps more wordy fashion, it can be found in
the Bible, in literature, in studies and reports on psychology, philosophy,
medicine, history and countless other disciplines. and on various subjects.

Acceptance and utilization of that eight-word message has produced
apparent miracles, provided solutions to problems in virtually every area of
life experience (relationships, health, education, personal development,
business, etc.). The knowledge is available to everyone; the skills are easily
acquired; the tremendous power is seldom recognized or used.

How Does It Work

Children have wonderful powers of imagination. A young girl playing with a
doll becomes a mother . . . a very real mother, with a doll which is a very real
baby. She dresses it, talks with it, provides direction, even punishes it. The
imaging of this playtime can affect the future handling of children as an adult
mother. A young boy plays with a truck in the sand. It becomes a real truck,
and he is a real worker. Or a child plays with a toy airplane. He becomes a real
pilot. The take-offs and landings are real. They are pictured in the mind.

Thinking about the activities that are being performed is imagination.
Picturing them in the mind, vividly and realistically, is visualization. The child
doesn't realize the power he is using. And as he grows to adulthood, the
motivation to imagine and visualize often fades and the inherent power
declines. Fortunately, not all children lose their powers to imagine as they
grow and develop.

Certain professions require these abilities. The fields of artistic creation:
painting, sculpture, architecture, decorating, advertising all demand powers
of visualization. So also does music, for senses other than sight can be
involved in imaging. A composer images the sound of his music. A blind
person (and many others) image by touch. A lover can image by scent. A
gourmet or chef images by taste. Differences between people can be earn a
living, and may wonder why advancement never comes.

The powers of visualization are sufficient to merit the effort required to
master them. Once the ability is acquired to picture goals, dreams and
ambitions in the mind, four elements are necessary to generate the power to
bring them into realization:

DESIRE-the want must be real and deep and permanent;
BELIEF-it is important to believe that the desired achievement is possible,
or do-able;
EXPECTATION-it is vital to expect success, considering it a foregone
DEMAND-the final requirement is self-demand, a personal requirement that
those things necessary to success will be accomplished.

Lightheartedness, halfheartedness, going-through-the-motions is not
enough. To those who develop the mental attitudes and aptitudes to make
things happen, the process is serious business. It is necessary to give the
time, concentration and mental energy necessary to the purpose. Mind-set is
However, once mastered, the potential results are incredible.

Step By Step, Onward and Upward

Internal power does not come easily . . . nothing worthwhile ever does. But
for those who do not have the necessary basic elements in good working
order, hypnotism may be the shortest and most effective means of acquiring


This element is necessary for virtually anything worth having. Many people,
unfortunately, have low opinions of their own self-worth. Self-esteem can be
damaged by adverse events in life, by childhood imprints involving parents,
teachers or other authority figures, by illness, by guilt or any of innumerable
other causes.

Hypnotism is a means by which a person can achieve a new self-view,
recognizing the positive elements in life (there are always some) and building
on them. Improving self-esteem is a necessary first step.

Self-Confidence: Not the same as self-esteem, self-confidence is the element
that makes possible the undertaking and completion of the things improved
self-esteem brought under consideration. It is essential to the "belief" factor
discussed previously.


This element is necessary to power the willingness to practice and perfect
the visualization capabilities, to engender the patience to continue
visualizations on a regular basis during whatever time is required to manifest
them, and to deal with and overcome periods of discouragement.

All of the above can be enhanced through hypnotism. And for those who
prefer to utilize self-hypnosis, a few sessions of training can help develop
such skills to noticeably effective levels. The most important factor, of
course, is the acceptance of the premise that "What my mind can conceive, I
can achieve!"

The human mind has incredible power, but if this power is denied or rejected,
it will not be there for use. A beginning step is an effort to recognize and
understand mind power is the use and repetition of psychologist Emile
Coue's famous statement: "Every day in every way, I'm getting better and

This information was researched by the NGH educational faculty and is
distributed as a public information service by its members.
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