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PostSubject: SELF-HYPONOSIS MEMORY DEVELOPMENT   Thu Dec 20, 2007 5:03 am

Self Hypnosis Memory Development: Concentration, Retention, Recall
By: Alan B. Densky, CH

Think about this for a brief moment. As you sit there and read this expose, information is coming in through your eyes. But you are also hearing different sounds, sensing bodily feelings like the pressure of the chair touching your butt and back, the sensation of the clothing on your body, and the air temperature and movement on your skin. You are also in receipt of information through your nose in the form of aromas. And of course, you're taking in data in the form of the various tastes on your lips.

And think about the emotional feelings that you are at the moment feeling? That's also data that you're processing at the moment. We reside in an information intensive world. Thanks to the Internet, almost anything and everything that you could ever want to know is only a few clicks of the mouse away.

I recently read a piece that said that even in a tranquil and peaceful setting, we are bombarded by sixty thousand stimuli per second. And that's occurring sixty seconds out of each and every minute, and sixty minutes out of each and every hour. And it goes on twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, week in and week out for the length of our entire life.

And that's a big part of the dilemma. We are all being tormented by "information overload." And that makes it very tricky to memorize all of the data that we want to remember or need to recall.

Very often, while we are reading, we find that our eyes have been traversing the information on the page, while our conscious mind has been off somewhere else on a tangent. When we get to the bottom of the page, we realize that our eyes have seen the words, but we have no conscious recollection of what we've just read. That's because our mind has been somewhere else worrying about a problem, or working out a scheme.

Today it's an every day occurrence to hear even young people say things like, "I'm having a senior moment." No matter what your age, and whether you are a student, part of the work force, or a retired senior, you know what I'm talking about. In our confused world it is very often extremely difficult to focus your concentration.

SO WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS YOUR PROBLEM?

A. Your mind starts to meander as you read, and then all of a sudden you appreciate that you have no idea what you have read.

B. When you are in a social environment and you are introduced to new friends, you find that you forget their names almost as quickly as you hear them.

C. You recall that you have a chore to do in another room; however, as soon as you start towards the other room you totally forget what that chore is.

D. You are able to stay alert and absorb new information. But when you take an examination, "Test Anxiety" rears its ugly head and causes a mental block, and you are unable to recollect the answers to the questions on the test that you in fact know.

The main cause of a student's incapacity to focus their concentration is tension. And the main cause of a mental block to recall is also tension. So it stands to reason that the more relaxed a person is, the better they will be able to focus their concentration, absorb information, and then be able to recall it at a later date.

Today, memory enhancement through hypnosis has become a hot topic. That's partly because hypnosis is a brilliant instrument for triggering relaxation. In fact, the very essence of hypnosis is relaxation. And as the mind becomes serene, the facility to stay focused increases. Similarly, a tranquil mind enhances the ability to retain information, and recollect it when it is needed.

Hypnotic memory improvement is a great modality for eliminating test anxiety and mental blocks. There are several hypnotic techniques that can be used to program a person with the positive expectancy of relaxation, confidence, and success while taking exams.


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PostSubject: Re: SELF-HYPONOSIS MEMORY DEVELOPMENT   Mon Dec 24, 2007 8:22 am

Mr Densky would do well by mentioning self-hypnosis techniques, because it would be evidently of practical utility to those confronting the problems he has mentioned in his article.
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