Senses Used In Hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy is a therapy using hypnosis. The process involves a hypnotherapist sitting beside her client to apply the induction procedure.

This form of hypnosis is mainly by voice, that is auditory. The therapist speaks and the client listens.

Hardly there is any touch or kinesthetic involved. There is also no visual since the client will be closing the eyes during the process. But there is “inner visual” using the mind to imagine something.

Some people are more inclined to visual, some to auditory and for some, kinesthetic. If their sensory are strong at Visual or Kinesthetic, it  does not mean hypnotherapy is not suitable for them. What the therapist could do is to speak clearly and slow down the talking pace so that his client can follow the pace and understand the words.

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