What if I fall asleep while listening?
You may be experiencing hypnosis as sort of "spacing out." People who are hypnotizable seem to fall into two groups: "fantasizers" (approximately 60%) and "dissociaters" (approximately 40%). Whereas fantasizers tend to experience hypnosis as a very vivid imagined experience along with physical responses to the imagery, dissociaters tend to experience it as "spacing out" and may not remember the session.
If you are listening with the Awaken feature enabled and if you awaken as instructed, then you are hypnotized but not asleep, since you're able to respond to the suggestion to wake up.
On the other hand, if you're actually transitioning from hypnosis to sleep, you may not be receiving the hypnotic suggestions. So if you aren't remembering the session, pay attention to whether you're noticing changes in your behavior that would indicate the sessions are working. If not, then you might need to enter a lighter trance by listening earlier in the day and/or in a seated position.
The good news is that either way, your response indicates you are very hypnotizable.
Will hypnosis work better/faster if I listen more often?
Everyone responds differently to hypnosis, but for many people, listening more often will produce faster results.
What's the best way to use multiple topics/audios at the same time?
Everyone responds to hypnosis differently, so it's difficult to give precise guidelines. You can try listening to one topic in the morning, another in the evening, and a different two topics on the next day, and then repeat the cycle, for example. If ...
Can I be “cured” after one hypnosis session?
Highly hypnotizable people may experience benefit in as little as one session, but generally, it takes listening daily for at least three weeks to experience the full benefit.
Audio stops on Android
Every Android device manufacturer has a customized version of the Android operating system, and in many cases they attempt to "optimize" the operating system to reduce battery usage. Unfortunately, this can sometimes cause the device to terminate ...
Does hypnosis work for everyone?
Some people are either unable to be hypnotized or have low susceptibility, in which case self-hypnosis may not be effective, or it may require listening over a longer period of time to notice changes.