Social Media Images - Hypnotherapy Bundle | Healthinomics

This bundle of social media images can be used to educate your social media followers about hypnotherapy. If you’re a hypnotherapist, this is the perfect addition to your social media marketing toolbox!

Inside The Bundle

The Hypnotherapy Bundle includes 20 beautiful images:

Social Media Images - Hypnotherapy Bundle | Healthinomics

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  1. Hypnosis does not involve mind control, magic, unconsciousness or sleep.
  2. During hypnosis, your attention is focussed very narrowly, like getting engrossed in a book, computer game or film.
  3. Hypnotherapy harnesses the power of suggestion to help you make the changes you want.
  4. Almost everyone can go into hypnosis, but only if they choose to do so.
  5. Did you know? The earliest recorded descriptions of hypnosis date back to ancient Egypt in 1500 B.C.
  6. Did you know? The word hypnosis was coined by James Braid in the 1800s.
  7. ‘Mesmerism’ was an early version of hypnosis, and was thought to tap into ‘animal magnetism’ in the body.
  8. A swinging watch is not required for hypnosis, but early hypnotists tended to be Victorian gentlemen who all wore a pocket watch and used it to narrow their client’s attention.
  9. Brain scans show a difference in the way we use our imaginations when we are under hypnosis.
  10. Hypnotherapists in the UK are not regulated by law, but some follow a voluntary regulation system.
  11. Children are often really good hypnotic subjects and can be helped by hypnotherapy.
  12. Hypnotherapy can help with unwanted habits, anxiety and making healthier lifestyle choices.
  13. A reputable hypnotherapist will never ask you to do anything that makes you feel silly or embarrassed.
  14. Stage hypnosis is performed for the benefit of an audience: hypnotherapy is performed for the benefit of the client.
  15. Memories you recall in hypnosis are not necessarily accurate.
  16. Hypnosis is not a lie detector: people can fib and make mistakes when in hypnosis.
  17. There are different levels of trance, but you can’t get ‘stuck’ in any of them.
  18. Hypnosis and sleep are not the same. A person under hypnosis remains aware of their surroundings.
  19. Hypnosis has been used to help competitors improve at sports like golf.
  20. A hypnotherapist can’t make you do anything against your will.
  • Includes 20 Images
  • Image Sizes: 900 x 900 px
  • All images are high resolution PNG
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