Breast Enhancement Enlargement with Hypnosis
There has been a lot of attention paid in the media about Breast Enhancement Hypnosis – notably in the UK in the Daily Mail. Whenever these stories appear I research them out of interest. Initially I admit I was totally sceptical.
It seems to have actually been around in the US for quite some time. There has even been some respectable work on the subject by some US Universities with proper control groups. The consensus seems to be that not everyone sees a boost but that a significant number have gone up a couple of cup sizes.
How would this work?
The theory seems to be that whether issues at the time of breast development inhibited growth or whether there is still growth possible that basically using hypnosis you instruct the subconscious processes to allow the body to grow some more and use visualisation to imagine adding mass etc. (Similar theories abound for penis growth).
If it is possible for soft tissue growth – can this process make me taller?
It only seems to work with soft tissue. Penis enlargement, however, also seems to work.
I was asked for Breast Enhancement because of an article in the Daily Mail recently so I will report back on what we both regard as an interesting private experiment. I have consulted to find best practice – so we will see!
Graham Howes http:grahamhoweshypnotherapy.co.uk
More on Breast Growth using Hypnosis – findings from studies at United States Universities
At the end of a 12-week experiment, 28 per cent of the women had achieved the growth in breast size that they wanted, 85 per cent had confirmed that a significant increase in their breast size had been achieved and 46 per cent had reported that they had had to buy bigger bras. The average increase in breast circumference was 1.37 inches; in breast height, 0.67 inches; and in breast width, 1.01 inches. Most women reported that by the end of the experiment they could feel warm blood flowing into their breasts simply by thinking about their breasts.
There were other advantages, too! Those women who had – at the start of the experiment – complained of having breasts of unequal size, reported that their breasts had become equal in size. All the women reported that their breasts were now firmer. And some 63 per cent of the women, who had complained of having pendulous breasts when the experiment had started, reported that the fullness and the contours of their breasts had returned. Incidentally, to make sure that the extra breast size hadn’t just been achieved by an increase in weight, the women were also weighed at the start of the experiment. At the end of the 12-week period 42 per cent of the women had actually had a weight loss of greater than 4 pounds, but had all nevertheless noticed an improvement in their breast size.
When he studied the changes, Dr Willard found that there was no correlation between the increase in size and the size of the breasts at the start of the experiment. He did, however, find that there was a correlation between the ease with which the women were able to visualise blood flowing into their breasts and the increase in size which they obtained. The only two women who subjectively felt that their breasts had not increased in size (but who did, in fact, have a measurable increase in bosom dimensions) had both had difficulty in feeling the effect of the warmth on their breasts.
In another, similar experiment Allan R. Staib and D. R. Logan of the University of Houston encouraged three women under hypnosis to imagine themselves going back in time to when they were ten or twelve-years-old. The women were told to imagine that they could feel their breasts pushing outwards and that they could then feel the skin getting tighter as the tissues grew. Then they were asked to imagine themselves standing nude in front of the bathroom mirror some two or three years after the completion of the experiment. They were told to notice that in the intervening time their breasts had become larger.
Staib and Logan managed to show that their volunteers also enjoyed an appreciable improvement in breast size. Moreover, they also revealed that even after three months the greater part of the gain remained.
Peter H.C. Mutke, M.D. (UCLA) – Research paper on Mental Techniques for Breast Development to the Department of Neuropsychiatry, University of California, Los Angeles, February 28, 1971.
Williams, J.E. Research on Stimulation of Breast Growth by Hypnosis. “Journal of Sex Research,” 1974, 10:316-326. Thirteen volunteers averaged 2.11-inch increase in the circumference of their breasts (2 cup sizes).
Staib, A.R., and Logan, D.R., Hypnotic Stimulation of Breast Growth. “The American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis,” 1977, 4:201-208. Repeated Dr. Williams’ results with similar results. Follow up study showed that 81% of the breast enlargement was retained several months after the women stopped their visual imagery. Study also found women’s waist size decreased by 1.4 inches.
Willard, Richard. D. Breast enlargement through visual imagery and hypnosis. “The American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis,” 1977, 4:195-200. Dr Willard used a different technique than Dr. Williams and achieved an average 1.44 inch increase in breast size for his 22 volunteers. Every woman had an increase in their breast circumference.
Beran, Roy (neurologist at Adelaide Children’s Hospital) Study presented in February 1979 to the National Convention of Hypnotherapists in Adelaide. Dr. Beran showed that the breast volume more than doubled during the 90 day hypnosis program.
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