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help to get in to a trance for self hypnosis

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#1 vtrader

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Posted 27 October 2014 - 09:40 PM


I purchased a few hypnosis sessions, but the problem is I cannot get into a trance to make use of them. I know they work, the few times I managed to get into a trance I found they gave a good effect.

But most of the time I can't get into that trance state. Most of the time it feels like an endurance race rather then a relaxing experience. My body feels restless after some time and my mind is still too alert and gets distracted by the smallest things.

 

The tracks I have are the shortest ones I could find between 20-30minutes. I tried the 1 hour hours but that was to much of a pain to get relaxed. The trance inductions makes me feel more irrated and restless then relaxed.

 

I think the times I got into a easy trance were when I have been exhaused and tired. I've tried incense candles magnesium, 5-htp, ZMA.

 

Any techniques or supplements that could help me?

 

 


Edited by vtrader, 27 October 2014 - 09:41 PM.


#2 xEva

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Posted 27 October 2014 - 11:51 PM

try binaural beats in delta range -- if your tapes don't already utilize them in the background 







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