Hypnosis For Pain Control

Sometimes you might find it easier to take your mind to an amazing place. A place of comfort, like a vacation, somewhere where you can go, to get away and really relax. Maybe it’s somewhere you have been, somewhere full of happy, pleasant feelings, soothing sounds, fresh scents, that bring you back, to a time, a place, where you felt so good, so free, no worries, no stress, just relaxation and comfort. Maybe you can go somewhere you have never been, imagining how good you can feel, how wonderful it is to be free, to feel totally relaxed in this new place, of comfort. I don’t know where your mind can take you, but I know there has been a time when you felt really good.Your body can remember how it felt to feel really good, and you might have noticed that when the body remembers a really good feeling, that you can know where in your body that good feeling starts. Some people think it feels wonderful to move that good feeling in little circles, make it spin, and as it spins that good feeling throughout the body, your mind can begin to enjoy moving that spin faster, swirling it around.

And as your body begins to remember every good sensation it has ever experienced, every sense of comfort, relaxation, that the body has ever felt, that spin becomes bigger and begins to swirl to those places that need it most. Just good feelings, smoothing over, comforting wherever it moves, because you know how to feel good. Sometimes the mind may forget, but the body knows what comfort feels like.Sometimes, you might feel even better, adding some laughter into that spin.

I don’t know what you find funny, maybe a time when you just knew, no matter what you did, you had to let it out, couldn’t help but laugh.  You know what that is, don’t you? Inappropriate laughter, where you just couldn’t control that laugh, that time, when it came out of nowhere and you had to just try to hold it back, but, the laughter came anyway, yes, that kind of laughter, that we all know on some level.

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