The most influencial sports atheletes and olympic competitors talk specifically about how much practice and negotiation is needed between their mind and their body, don't they?
When it comes to practicing our craft, sometimes it feels like there aren't enough hours in the day to be the best we can or to put in the repetition needed to be better.
According to Dr. Joe Dispenza, we now know on a neurological level that what you experience in your mind, the body cannot differentiate between what is real and what is not and the memory of the experience is expressed on a cellular level.
This is why those who are stuck in the past with some type of suffering continue to suffer from the trauma long after the traumatic event itself is no longer happening.
The reverse for this can be used to our benefit though!
During Hypnosis, you enter a deep somnambulistic trance where your experience is amplified so much that the suggestions given to you can really, and I mean really create your reality.
So if you need to practice that move perfectly every single time, or consistently land the three-point shot, or be able to work on your gymnastics routine without hurting yourself, hypnosis will enable you to practice without actually practicing.
This means also, that if you need that extra boost to become even better or to stick the landing perfectly every time - you are just a session away from achieving your goal!