Did it ever occur to you how much better your life could be if you could just improve your memory? You could easily memorize tasks and examinations, quickly understand and recall mathematical formulas and even remember instantly where you put the key to your car that you misplaced — now, wouldn’t you want that?
Truth is, memory recall varies from one person to another. I used to know this person who never really forgot details when I tell her a random story and she can even recall it better than me when we talk afterwards. Such a strong memory! But sadly, not all of us are blessed with a strong recall, and aging can even affect our memory recall. A strong memory is not essential in living, but it can really make things easier for you, especially if you lead a fast and busy life. Can hypnosis help improve memory and make you recall things, events and experiences much easier?
The Key To Improve Memory Starts With The subconscious Mind
Can hypnosis improve memory? Can it even help pull out memories that are already deep inside your head? The simple answer is, YES IT CAN. The process of hypnotism is supposed to summon people’s subconscious to the mental forefront. By lulling your mind into a state of rest, you can allow all the distractions to move back and put to front the memories that matter. Articles about psychology are full of stories of people who have recovered lost things or recall memories that presumably were lost.
The key to understanding the ability of hypnosis to improve memory is to first realize how our memory works in the first place. Memory is such a very complicated system where we even have long-term memories and short-term memories which only last a few seconds. The long term memory works in a much more complicated process where we first store the experience somewhere in our subconscious mind and then recall that memory when the need arises. The storage and retrieval of memory is where the loss of memory can occur, and a state of trance created through hypnosis can help improve memory traffic on these areas.
Hypnosis creates a state of trance that can help you focus your attention on memories that can’t easily be reached by your brain. By slowing down your thoughts, heightening your imagination and removing distractions, hypnosis can isolate the noise from the important memories that you need and pull them out
Hypnosis, if practiced consistently and properly, can give you access to the parts of your brain that is far away from the reach of normal “recall”. This is how hypnosis can help improve memory — a tall task that you can now accomplish with the help of our self-hypnosis downloads!