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Hello. I’m Dr Emma Gray, and I’m a psychologist
and hypnotherapist. Welcome to this hypnotherapy for sleep.
Now, I recently did a hypnotherapy for sleep session. But, in that, I used an ASMR whispering
voice. But, for some people, a soft-spoken voice, triggers a stronger ASMR. And because
ASMR triggers the release of the brain chemical, ‘melatonin’, which is important in the initiation
and quality of sleep, this particular video might be better for some people, in helping
them to get a good night’s sleep. If you’re interested and haven’t seen before
my previous video, you can watch it, here. And there’s always the option, of course,
to listen to both and to see which works best for you.
Okay, so, we’re going to begin this particular hypnosis with a visual induction.
Now, the thing to keep in mind about hypnosis—and this is important, particularly if you’ve
not experienced much hypnosis before—is that you are completely in control at all
times. Hypnosis is really a deep form of relaxation that allows us to speak directly to our subconscious
mind, which is much more open to suggestions and ideas than our conscious mind—there
are far less defences there. But, at any time during the hypnosis, you
can simply open your eyes, and you will be back here, completely in control. So there
is nothing to be afraid of. This should be an enjoyable and relaxing experience, but
one that you’re in control of. Okay, so, we’re going to begin with a relaxation
exercise that will prime your mind and body for the hypnosis, and then we’ll move on to
the hypnosis, which is specifically to help you to get a good night’s sleep—deep and
restful—from which you will wake fully rested and ready to face your day.
Okay, so, I’d like you to get comfortable on your bed, and just begin to focus on the
flame here. Okay. Draw all of your attention to it. And you are aware of other things,
other sounds and stimuli around you, but they begin to fade into the background as all of
your focus is drawn to the flame of the candle. And as you gaze into the flame, you will notice
your eyes beginning to feel tired, your eyelids heavy. It’s a pleasant feeling. You know that
you have nothing else to do today, but rest, and eventually sleep. Continue looking at
the flame. I’m going to count backwards now, from five to one, at which point you can close
your eyes. Okay.
Five… Four… Three… Two… And one… Close your eyes. And sink back onto your bed—into
your pillow. And I want you to begin breathing deeply and
slowly. Good. Before you let go completely and go into a
deep hypnotic state, just let yourself listen carefully to everything that I say to you.
It’s going to happen automatically, so you don’t need to think about that now. The muscles
in and around your eyes will relax all by themselves as you continue breathing—easily,
more freely. Without thinking about it, you will soon enter a deep, peaceful, hypnotic
trance without any effort at all. There is nothing important for your conscious mind
to do. There is nothing really important, except the activities of your subconscious
mind, and that can be just as automatic as dreaming—and you know how easily you can
forget your dreams when you awake. You’re responding very well. Without noticing
it, you have already altered your rate of breathing—you are breathing much more easily
and freely. And you are revealing signs that indicate you are beginning to drift into a
hypnotic trance. You can really enjoy relaxing more and more. And your subconscious mind
will listen to each word that I say. And it becomes less and less important for you to
consciously listen to my voice. Your subconscious mind can hear even if I whisper.
You are continuing to drift into a more detached state. As you examine privately, in your own
mind, secrets, feelings, sensations, and behaviour, you didn’t know you had. And, at the same
time, letting go completely, your own mind is solving that problem at your own pace.
Just as rapidly as it feels you are ready, you continue becoming more relaxed and comfortable
as you sit there with your eyes closed, as you experience that deepening comfort. You
don’t have to move, or talk, or let anything bother you, your own inner mind can respond
automatically to everything I tell you, and you will be pleasantly surprised with your
continuous progress. You are getting much closer to a deep, hypnotic
trance. And you are beginning to realise that you don’t care whether or not you are going
into a deep trance. Being in this peaceful state enables you to experience the comfort
of the hypnotic trance. Being hypnotised is always a very enjoyable, very pleasant, calm,
peaceful, completely relaxing experience; it seems natural to include hypnosis in your
future. Every time I hypnotise you, it keeps becoming
more enjoyable, and you continue experiencing more benefits, so you will really enjoy having
me hypnotise you. You will always enjoy the sensations of comfort, peacefulness, and calmness.
All the other sensations that come automatically from this wonderful experience, you will enjoy
too. You will be really happy that you decided to have me hypnotise you, as you continue
experiencing progressive understanding on your part. You are learning something about
yourself. You are developing your own techniques of therapy, without knowing you are developing
them, you can have it as a surprise sooner or later, a very pleasant surprise.
Now, imagine yourself in a place you like very much—by a lake, or an ocean, perhaps
you are floating gently on a sailboat, on a peaceful lake, on a warm summer day. You
are continuing to relax even more now, and you continue becoming more comfortable. This
is your own world that you like very much. And you are going to find that any time you
want to spend a few minutes by yourself relaxing and feeling comfortable and serene, you can
automatically go back to this feeling you are experiencing now. You can put yourself
into this world any time you like. There are times when you will want this serene feeling,
and it is yours whenever you want it. Continue enjoying this pleasant experience
as your subconscious mind is receiving everything I tell you. And you will be pleased, the way
you automatically respond to everything that I say.
Now, imagine you are on an escalator, an escalator that runs down the centre of a very large
department store, one upon which you are able to stand and gradually descend from floor
to floor. Imagine you are stepping onto the escalator on the very top floor of the department
store—and, as it happens, the very busiest floor of the department store. Notice the
hustle and bustle of the busy shoppers as the escalator slowly descends downwards towards
the next level. And, as it glides downwards, you feel yourself relaxing further, descending
with the escalator, into a deeper hypnotic trance, floating effortlessly towards a relaxation
so complete and comfortable that your mind and body will simply dissolve into a restful
sleep. As you pass through to the next floor, notice
that it is slightly less busy than the previous level. The noise level has softened slightly,
there are slightly less people, moving with slightly less urgency—a slower, more gentle
pace. Notice the motion of the escalator, gliding slowly and smoothly downwards. Notice
how your mind slows and calms with this motion—how it begins to drift, softly towards a restful
sleep. As the escalator glides through to the next level, which is once again quieter
still, you see only a handful of people moving quietly about their business, in no hurry—calmly,
mindfully. Watching their gentle, mindful movements calms you further still.
As the escalator glides slowly to the next floor, you notice that your awareness is beginning
to drift—a sign that a peaceful, restful sleep is approaching, a sleep that will last
all night long, and from which you will awake fully refreshed and ready to start your day.
Allow your mind to float gently away from awareness and toward sleep, towards a state
in which you can fully let go of your day, your consciousness, and everything else, apart
from rest, relaxation, and complete peace. Now, you will see the end of the escalator
approaching—your journey toward sleep is about to end. At the end of the escalator
is the biggest, softest, most comfortable bed waiting just for you, to hold you safe,
warm, and peacefully, until morning. Step off the escalator now, and fall gently onto
the bed, allow yourself to drift off to sleep, knowing that this will be the most restful
and refreshing sleep you have ever experienced.

100 thoughts on “ASMR Sleep Hypnosis *REAL HYPNOTHERAPIST* – Soft Spoken

  1. This is amazing, as if you were sitting beside me. The peace and tranquility i found myself surrounded by and the relaxed state i drifted to was what ive been looking for. Thank you, you are a blessing to us all 🙏

  2. I love the idea of psychology talk in a positive perspective and asmr… I like how your voice sounds soft and slow… perfect for guided meditations … thank you! Suscribed

  3. I am so glad i found you! I just got out of a relationship and i was wondering if u could do asmr hypnotherapy for letting go of someone. I cant wait to explore your content and watch u grow!

  4. Ummmm, I watched this last night and all I can say is as soon as she started that countdown I was knocked out! This was amazing! Great work!

  5. In my experience soft spoken is actually the best in hypnotherapy. Because as a general rule people who're effected by ASMR have heard soft spoken voices from a parent or guardian when they were growing up. Those people wouldn't have been whispering to them, because as children they would be read something or told something softly.

  6. I love this – would love if you could do a hypnosis for nyctophobia (sp?) – I recently realized I’m scared of the dark and ⅓ of adults share this fear

  7. Have you thought about becoming a creator on Patreon? You can set up tiers (like sleep hypnosis or hypnosis for chronic pain) and be paid each month for each Patron that signs up.

  8. Its nice to find someone who does ASMR without the tingles. They're so annoying. They hurt my head and give me a headache if i listen to it for like 10 minutes.

  9. I was vibing, then this came up. Damn effective, good work. I actually had to fight my way out of my slouch. I'm coming back to this when I actually knock off.

  10. A little off topic but I love the way you decorated, you have an incredible eye for color! I also really like the tall upright plant, anyone know what that is?

  11. I’ve never been hypnotised before… no video has ever seemed to work for me yet, I found myself deeply in a trance and even by the end of the video, I was half asleep. So I went to bed properly and have just woken from the best nights sleep I have had in years. Thank you so much!

  12. I didn’t last 10 minutes and 🥱😴

    The only thing that kept me awake that long, was the tribute to Lewis Carroll illuminating the nightstand behind you. 🐇🤔😲😱

    I was so tired, I was doubting my vision at the time. 😳

    Great video! 👍
    New subscriber!

  13. This is great! Soft spoken always works much better for me as well. Whispers and mouth sounds really do the opposite, even makes me angry!

  14. Love how you speak slow and take your time with each word!! Major tingles!! Thank you so much!! 🙏🏼💜

  15. Soooo I use ASMR less for help sleeping and more because I've discovered it helps relieve my chronic pain that has been very difficult to treat. I had no idea ASMR released melatonin, but after hearing that a lightbulb went on and I looked up the connection between melatonin and chronic pain relief. Amazing stuff! The research is fairly new but melatonin is turning out to be very effective in relieving neuropathic pain and inflammation! I really believe in the coming years we will start to see that ASMR has immense therapeutic value in many ways beyond what we initially thought. Until then, thank you for the safe, effective pain management and help sleeping. 🙂

  16. Idky but I'd love for this to work for me but I find as the video goes on I get less and less comfortable and hyper aware of myself. I begin to toss and turn trying to get comfortable. Am I doing it wrong??

  17. This works fantastically for me. I've yet to make it to the end of the video because I keep crashing out even when I try to keep listening. Love this.

  18. Oh WOW I never made to the end of your presentation before falling asleep. You are purely amazing and from the bottom of my heart a very heart felt Thank You with much respect John

  19. Hi Dr! I love your channel! I'm new here. A couple minutes after the countdown I started to feel like if I was fainting! I felt fear and shook to wake up, is this normal? How can someone wake up after hypnosis? Sorry for my ignorance. Thank you.

  20. I agree with the majority! Soft-spoken is definitely better than Whispering, and your voice makes it even better!! One of your videos just happen to be in my feed, and that’s how I came across your channel. I’m so glad I did!! I have been into ASMR for not even a year, & I’m subscribed to several channels. There was no hesitation to hit the subscribe button for you!
    😴💜💜🌌✨✨

  21. I have never heard the last 5 minutes of this 😀 it works! You just really need to focus on the flame at first and let her voice guide you

  22. I love the sound of your voice. It was very useful to have listened to you yesterday after a heavy day. Nice and smoothing. Thank you for this upload..

  23. Totally knocked me out, only asmr to hypnotize me in five years of listening to asmr! Well done doc. Kinda neat and weird experience.

  24. I was perfectly relaxed until the escalators. For some weird reason escalators cause me a lot of anxiety. Especially going down. I don't necessarily avoid them but my heart pounds every time I do. SUBSCRIBED😊

  25. Thank you for making content like this! I find whispered and soft spoken voices equally nice to listen to and I like that you do both. There is a downside (for me) to the hypnosis videos: I can't watch them multiple times because I will only be focusing on what will come next. The whispered and soft spoken video's are wonderful, because I can't recall the exact words you're going to use. Please keep this good content up, I'm really enjoying it

  26. Oh yay! A real psychologist. 😍😍😍

    Omg I am soooo happy I found your channel! And you look like an angel! 😍

  27. Great video honest. unfortunately there's a reverb off your mic and I can't concentrate on this particular one. thank you all the same

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