One of the many useful applications of Hypnosis is that it can enhance memory. Experiences of past events can be recalled in a vivid fashion while in a Hypnotic trance.
These recollections are not just rich in visual details but also may be rich in other senses as well. Hypnosis can help one re-experience sight, sound, smell, feel and taste sensations. It can also be used to recall one’s thoughts and feelings. Taken together, all of these sensations, both public and private, form the crux of a memory. It becomes a memory so vivid and so complete that it is almost as though one were reliving it a second time.
If the thing to be recalled is a sporting skill, it’s possible to use Hypnosis to revive memories of peak performances – when things seem to occur in a spontaneous and effortless manner – that is, being in ‘flow’.
By using Hypnotic recall in conjunction with imagery rehearsal technique, one could bring this relatively fleeting peak experience under greater control by the athlete. And you can become more familiar with the mental state you need to get in flow more often and quickly.
Since Hypnosis is a also skill which is learned, how well the skill is acquired will be a function of how good the teacher is. Hypnosis Downloads offer a free Hypnosis Audio Training course to help get you started.
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