World Hypnotism Day is celebrated on January 4th. This is a controversial holiday, which is both celebrated with pleasure and denied. People who personally encounter a unique force know about this date and tell others about it. How do you feel about her?
The holiday entered the American calendar in 2006, but hypnosis was known much earlier. Dr. Franz Antoine Mesmer is considered its founder, in addition, he was the first conscious psychotherapist. He created many works and had followers who heeded his teachings. Development began in 1820. In 1842, the doctor James Braid from England proved that a person, when focusing on a shiny object, falls into a special state. Subsequently, he was given a name.
Hypnosis was considered almost magic, quackery, childishness, so there were constant scandals around it. Hollywood has not had the best influence on the formation of opinion among the population, releasing films about hypnotized people doing terrible things. Of course, this is not true. With hypnosis, it is impossible to gain complete control over the mind.
Today it is an excellent remedy for various ailments. Competent specialists can do a lot! For example, to get rid of asthma, depression, migraine, anxiety… Modern people often face diseases – many people live with them for many years. Perhaps you should dive into the idea of World Hypnotism Day and test the impact for yourself?
Did you know that hypnosis:
- helps a person to give up bad habits;
- induces an alternative neuropsychological state;
- does not work for every person;
- not suitable for people with serious mental illness;
- used every day in self-hypnosis, when we program ourselves for success;
- in extremely rare cases, causes side effects: drowsiness, headache, false memories.
How to celebrate
Learn more about hypnosis – read books, research papers, documentaries. Talk to friends and ask what they know about this condition. Contact a professional and experience hypnosis for yourself!
When is World Hypnotism Day celebrated in 2023?
World Hypnotism Day is observed on January 4 each year.