The difference between MEDITATION and HYPNOSIS


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Meditation vs Hypnosis

Guzalia Davis
Guzalia Davis

Meditation and hypnosis are two powerful practices that have been used for centuries to enhance mental, emotional, and physical well-being. While they may have similar effects on the mind and body, the techniques and goals of these practices are different. In this article, we will explore the differences between meditation and hypnosis and how they can be used to improve various aspects of life.

Meditation is a practice that involves focusing the mind on a specific object, thought, or activity. It is a technique that has been used for thousands of years in various spiritual and religious traditions to promote relaxation, clarity, and inner peace. Meditation can be done in different ways, including mindfulness meditation, visualization, and mantra meditation, to name a few.

In contrast, hypnosis is a technique that involves inducing a trance-like state in which a person becomes more suggestible and receptive to positive suggestions. The goal of hypnosis is to access the subconscious mind and change unwanted behaviors, habits, or beliefs. Hypnosis can be used for various purposes, such as smoking cessation, weight loss, pain management, and anxiety relief.

One of the main differences between meditation and hypnosis is the level of consciousness achieved. In meditation, the practitioner aims to achieve a state of heightened awareness, where the mind is calm and focused. The goal is not to fall asleep or become unconscious but to remain alert and attentive to the present moment. In hypnosis, however, the practitioner aims to induce a trance-like state, where the conscious mind is relaxed, and the subconscious mind is more accessible.

Another difference between the two practices is the level of control the practitioner has over their experience. In meditation, the practitioner is in control of their thoughts, emotions, and physical sensations. They learn to observe them without judgment and let them pass without getting attached to them. In hypnosis, the practitioner surrenders some control to the hypnotist, who guides them through the experience and suggests positive changes to their subconscious mind.

Both, hypnosis and meditation, may take you to different depths of trance. Both may or may not have a specific goal; for example, both, meditation and hypnosis can be done just for the sake of relaxation or reaching the state of emptiness.

Both can be proactive or passive. It's a mistake to think that meditation is only used for stopping thoughts and emptying the mind. In Tantra, Vedanta, Buddhism, and many other traditions, meditation is used for active healing, astral traveling (including through time), manipulating self and others, entering other people's dreams, creating...

In Tantra, part of daily meditation practice is progressively building our own Multiverse (practitioners can visit each other creations in meditation or dreams). Hypnosis is adapted to regular people. I wouldn't say to an average person that came for smoking cessation, "now, detouching your etheric body from the tobacco egregore, so you'll never have a thought, urge, or a craving for cigarettes..." although it would be 100% effective for someone in the metaphysical world, an average person would have no idea what that means.

I also would never use Elman's induction for guided meditation. In some places, hypnosis and meditation can be used interchangeably. But for example in India, meditation is a normal practice, but hypnosis is still to this day considered to be of the dark magic realm.

Also, a few times I was invited to churches, they said that hypnosis is not allowed, so I said, "We'll do guided meditation then." Sometimes, clients are too afraid to be hypnotized, then I'd say that we'll just do guided mediation. Although, I'm still doing the same thing.

Despite these differences, both meditation and hypnosis can have similar benefits for the mind and body. They can reduce stress, lower blood pressure, improve sleep quality, boost the immune system, and increase feelings of well-being. They can also enhance creativity, intuition, and spiritual awareness.

In conclusion, meditation and hypnosis are two powerful techniques that can be used to improve various aspects of life. While they have different techniques and goals, they both can lead to a state of deep relaxation and inner peace. Whether you choose to practice meditation or hypnosis, it is essential to find a qualified teacher or practitioner who can guide you through the process safely and effectively. With consistent practice, you can achieve a greater sense of clarity, balance, and harmony in your life.

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