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MOST CERTAINLY NOT! You cannot be made to do anything against your wishes or moral code. There is no such thing as UNDER HYPNOSIS! You retain full control throughout the entire session. You will remember everything that you want to remember, and you would be able to terminate the session immediately, if you wished to. In practice, you will be gaining so much from your session, and enjoying the wonderful feelings of relaxation so much, that you will simply not want to stop midway through a session.
Sometimes clients ask "Will you tell me what I say?" My response is that I won't have to, because you will be aware of everything that happens. If you think about it, people wouldn't do it, if that were the case.
Here comes the complicated bit: Your mind has 3 basic components:- the Super-Ego, the Ego and the ID. The ID equates to the unconscious mind, whilst the egos are the conscious mind.
The Super-Ego is the place you hold your morals and ethics and watches over the Ego. The Ego is the thinking part of your mind, constantly checking everything that it is receiving, and passing information on to the ID. The ID is the unconscious, "feeling", part of your mind. It therefore receives all its information pre-checked by the Ego. It has no capacity to criticise - it doesn't need it, and so believes everything it is told.
In hypnosis, the power of the Ego is diminished, allowing more access to the ID. However the Super-Ego is still firmly in control and will reject anything you believe to be wrong. When the ID, or unconscious mind, listens to the hypnotherapist withouit the usual checking of the Ego, or conscious mind, it believes it. This is why hypnotherapy is so successful.