Self-Hypnosis with Your Personal Change Blueprint For Manifestation

Once you have completed answering all the questions in your Personal Change Blueprint, you are ready to put yourself into a hypnotic trance and review your Personal Change Blueprint while doing self-hypnosis. Start by reviewing the answers to all eight steps a few times, and then prepare yourself to do self-hypnosis. The self-hypnosis process outlined below will be very familiar to those who have listened to the MP3.

  1. Find someplace where you can get comfortable and where you will not be disturbed. If you have a recliner, great! If not, sit on your bed with your back against the headboard and your legs stretched out. Or just sit in a comfy chair. I don’t recommend laying down because I don’t want you to go all the way to sleep. You may find it helpful to use an eye mask to keep the room nice and dark.
  2. Begin by taking in a deep, deep breath. Hold that to the count of three, four, or five, and then gently release. Do this two more times, making each inhalation a little deeper than the one before. At the completion of the third exhalation, bring all your focus up around the top of your head and begin to relax your scalp, your forehead, your eyebrows. Think about all the little muscles around your eyes and your mouth and notice how they begin to soften with relaxation as you release any tension or tightness anywhere in and around the face, the neck, the throat. Follow that flow of relaxation down into the shoulders and let it cascade over the shoulders flowing gently through the arms, all the way to the hands, releasing any tension or tightness from the fingertips.
  3. Now, bringing your focus back to the larger muscle groups of the upper back and chest, notice how those muscles begin to soften with relaxation as you feel the warmth of that relaxation beginning to melt down the spine. Follow that warmth as it moves into the shoulder blades, down into the rib cage … flowing all through the middle back, down into the lower back, through the pelvis, and into the thighs.
  4. Feel the release of any tension or tightness all through the thighs as if it were simply evaporating through the pores of your skin. Follow the flow of that release through the knees, into the calves, all along the shins, through the ankles, and into the feet as you release any tension or tightness right through the tips of your toes. You’re doing beautifully.
  5. There are two ways we relax—physically and mentally—and you have just completed the process for physical relaxation. For mental relaxation, I want you to count down from ten to one, visualizing yourself walking down ten steps into a beautiful garden, or perhaps you are in an elevator going down one floor after another after another. Or perhaps you are on the beach. As you look at the wet sand, you notice that with each number you count, you can see that number as if it were etched into the wet sand. As those waves gently roll in and dissolve the numbers right before your eyes, you feel yourself falling deeper and deeper into relaxation, deeper and deeper within yourself as those waves gently roll out. Count slowly, rhythmically, and feel yourself dropping deeper and deeper into relaxation, deeper and deeper within yourself with each breath you take.
  6. Once you have reached this state, it is time to review all the information you wrote down in your eight-step Personal Change Blueprint. It does not matter if you change the order of the material in your blueprint. It does not matter if you forget a detail here and there; you will be doing this again the next day. If you think of information that would have been a great addition to your blueprint, add it! Be mindful and use language that creates the imagery of what you do want if you add something new. Review the information as if you were watching a movie of your new life story. Review it a few times.
  7. Once you have completed the review of your Personal Change Blueprint a few times, you are ready to bring yourself back into your environment, back into normal waking consciousness. This is an excellent time to review the main idea, your outcome, one more time as you begin counting from one to five. Take a deeper breath with each number you count, start wiggling your fingers and toes to kick up your circulation a bit. On the count of four, take in a deep, deep breath and gather all that beautiful energy as you exhale on the count of five, opening your eyes. Give yourself a minute or so to acclimate back into the world.
  8. Congratulations! You just completed Thirty-minute hypnosis session in about ten minutes. The more often you practice self-hypnosis, the less time it will take to get into the trance state and the quicker you can do your self-hypnosis each day.

Follow this process every single day; make it a habit. It is this repetition that creates new neural pathways in your brain and aligns the frequencies of your conscious mind with the frequencies of the subconscious mind. This is the secret to mastering the Law of Attraction by aligning the once competing frequencies coming from your mind. This is how you manifest abundance in all areas of your life. The secret has been revealed.

Common Questions About “Doing” Self-Hypnosis

I want to answer some questions you may have about the self-hypnosis process. I have been teaching self-hypnosis since 2008, and the following questions are the most common questions I am asked.

Q1: What is the best time of day to do my self-hypnosis, and can I do it more than once each day?

Because we go through theta as we wake up each morning, I typically recommend doing your self-hypnosis first thing in the morning. However, if you are one of those people who wake up bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, and you hit the ground running, then morning is not the best time for you. For you, I will recommend doing it in the evening between dinner and bedtime but not necessarily AT bedtime because I don’t want you falling asleep in the middle of it. It’s okay to drift in and out of sleep, though. If neither of those times works for you, choose a time in the middle of the day when you can take a break, clear your mind, and find someplace to be alone. You may find that mornings work best on the weekends, and evenings work best during the week. Experiment with it and find out what works best for you.

All in all, first thing in the morning is preferred. You can do self-hypnosis as many times throughout the day as you want, but never while driving. If you find that you are falling all the way asleep when doing self-hypnosis, then make yourself a little less comfortable the next time. Sit up straighter, put the lights on brighter, and put your feet on the floor.

Q2: Where should I do self-hypnosis?

It’s easy to create the right environment in which to do your self-hypnosis. You’ll need somewhere to recline or just lean back a bit. If you have a recliner, great, otherwise adjust the pillows on your bed and perch yourself up there. Turn the lights down low, take your shoes off, and put your feet up. Close your eyes or use an eye mask if you like. If you have pets, either let them onto your lap, to begin with, or put them someplace where they will not bother you. Use earbuds or headphones if you are piping in music or if you’ve made a recording of your Personal Change Blueprint. It’s common to drop a degree or two in temperature when meditating or doing hypnosis, so have a throw blanket handy.

Q3: How do I deliver the information in my Personal Change Blueprint once I’m in the hypnotic state?

You have several choices regarding the delivery of information from your Personal Change Blueprint. After you have completed all eight steps to your Personal Change Blueprint, I encourage you to read over the information several times. Eventually, you will notice a pattern to the questioning, making it easier for you to remember what comes next. My preference is for you to review the information before you do the self-hypnosis and then remember it, think of the story it’s telling. It’s okay if you remember things in a different order than you wrote them. Just think of it as a story – your story, your movie, and you get to make it any way you want.

You could also make a hypnosis recording for yourself. This will take longer to listen to than if you just go over the information from memory, but unless you are in a big hurry, that is not a problem. We tend to think about 80% faster than we speak, so listening to a recording will take more time. You could also have someone you know make the recording for you. Some of us do not like the sound of our own voices, so if you want to listen to a recording, but you don’t like the sound of your own voice, you might consider having someone else record it for you.

Another option is to summarize your Personal Change Blueprint and put the information on an index card. After you’ve finished the induction, simply give yourself the suggestion that in a moment, you’re going to open your eyes to go over your blueprint, but that you will stay in a nice deep state of relaxation the whole time. If you’ve ever seen a stage hypnosis show, those volunteers on the stage have their eyes open and are very active, but they are still in hypnosis. Opening your eyes in hypnosis does not necessarily take you out of hypnosis.

Q4: How many days should I stay on the same subject?

Repetition is the name of the game when it comes to rewiring your brain and creating new neural pathways. I recommend staying on one subject for ten days to two weeks before going on to the next. You will most likely start to notice changes much sooner than that, but it’s important to reinforce your Personal Change Blueprint details over and over. It’s like practicing a new song on the piano. You have to practice several times to get good at it. Just because you get it right once doesn’t mean you can stop practicing. You want the details in your Personal Change Blueprint to be deeply embedded in your subconscious mind so that your conscious mind and your subconscious mind are sending out the same frequency.

Q5: What if I miss a day?

No problem, get back to it when you can. If you’re doing self-hypnosis in the mornings and you forget one morning or just don’t have time, go ahead and do it later in the day or the evening. Remember, the beauty of self-hypnosis is that you can complete an entire session in ten minutes or less. The more often you do it, the quicker you will align your frequencies, the quicker you will master the Law of Attraction.

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