Meditation Hypnosis is a form of relaxation and concentration that uses suggestions to change behavior. Both meditation and hypnosis can help reduce stress, improve concentration and treat certain medical conditions.
Meditative techniques have been around for thousands of years and many people use them for therapeutic purposes, such as reducing stress, improving concentration, and managing pain or other health issues. Meditation also involves a heightened state of awareness of oneself and the world around you.
Some of these practices are designed to enhance your mental state and well-being, while others require a commitment of time and a willingness to tune into your own inner world. If you are the type of person who wants to practice mindfulness but don't have enough time to do so, hypnosis may be an excellent option for you.
The most basic form of meditation is to focus on a specific object, such as a crystal or candle. You try to picture that object very clearly in your mind, and imagine everything about it - its shape, colour, texture, form, how it was created - in detail.
Self Hypnosis is a variation on this technique, where you practice visualization to achieve a similar effect.
Both hypnosis and meditation attenuate pain sensation by modulating the frontal lobes that are involved in perception of pain. Studies have shown that both hypnosis and meditation can decrease the intensity of pain in patients with chronic illnesses.