What if I don’t wake up from hypnosis?
Is it possible to stop waking up from hypnosis?
It has not happened yet that a person has not woken up from hypnosis or remained in trance. So it is not possible for a person to stay in hypnosis. The worst thing that could happen in hypnosis - even if a hypnotist were to walk out of the room and leave the client in the room in hypnosis - the worst thing that could happen would be the following:
1. the client "wakes up" again.
2. The client sinks deeper in the trance and into a light sleep, from which he wakes up again completely normal, as he does every morning.
Not waking up from hypnosis is a myth
So there is no danger of anyone remaining hypnotized. Hypnosis is a safe method, because what most people don't know is that people naturally enter and exit trance-like states all the time during the day without realizing it. It is also important to mention that hypnosis is not sleep in the traditional sense. People in trance do not "wake up" with it, but rather they come out of a very pleasant state of trance more and more back into the more conscious "awake" state of consciousness.
Hypnosis and self-hypnosis to fall asleep
Since the state of trance is already a sleep-like state, trance is often used to fall asleep better and easier. Then trance is used quite consciously to sink deeper and even deeper, to sink into light sleep and from there even deeper into a calm and deep sleep. Many then describe their sleep as particularly regenerating and restorative.
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