can hypnosis change eye color

By Sharon R. Lee

Hypnosis is one of those things that people either love or hate. But whether you're a skeptic or a believer, you might be surprised to learn that there's actual science behind hypnosis.

Some people have used it as a tool to quit smoking; others use it for pain management during childbirth. And yes, some people have even used hypnosis to try and change the color of their eyes. So can hypnosis really change your eye color?

The short answer is no but there are still benefits to this type of therapy if you're interested in learning more about how your mind works or better understanding what goes on inside your brain when you fall into this 'trance state.'

No, Hypnosis Cannot Change Your Eye Color

We know that hypnosis is not a real state of mind. It's not a mystical or magical state you can step into and change your eye color.

The truth is, hypnosis is just another way of saying "a state of mind." It's just another way of saying that someone has entered into a less-than-conscious state to be receptive to suggestion.

So when we're talking about changing eye color with hypnosis, what we're really saying is that this person has entered into an altered state where they are more open to suggestion and able to accept the idea that their eyes could change color even if they don't believe it at first!

Hypnosis is a Real State

You might have heard that hypnosis is a "mystical" state of mind, but this is not the case. Hypnosis is a real state of mind, and can be learned by anyone. It's also induced by an experienced hypnotist through simple methods like guided relaxation or concentration exercises.

How does hypnosis work? When someone enters hypnosis, their brain begins producing more alpha waves than normal these are low-frequency waves that occur when the brain is at rest and daydreaming (which means you're in a very relaxed state).

So how does it help people change their eye color? In order to understand that part of this equation, we first need to understand how eyes get their color in the first place...

Hypnotic States Are Not Mystical

Hypnosis is a real state and can be defined as a normal state of consciousness that differs from the ordinary wakeful state in that it provides greater access to internal resources and enhanced control over external stimuli.

Hypnotic states are not mystical, supernatural or trance-like; they're simply different from waking consciousness.

While you can use hypnosis for many things—from making positive changes in your behavior to overcoming phobias you may also want to use it to change something about yourself physically.

For example, if you want your eyes to change color from brown to blue (or vice versa), there are some ways you can do this using hypnosis.

Hypnosis Can Help You Better Understand How Your Brain Works

Hypnosis is a real state of mind. It's not some sort of mystical "other world" that you enter. The only thing that hypnotic trance will do is allow you to focus on the things that feel good, and ignore or let go of any thoughts, feelings or sensations that don't feel good.

It's like when you're having a massage the masseuse knows how to make her clients forget about their other responsibilities for an hour and just focus on relaxing their muscles and enjoying the sensation of being pampered.

The masseuse isn't making your body respond differently to pressure; she's helping you draw attention away from what isn't working (painful knots in your back) so that the feeling of relaxation can take over instead.

The same principle applies with hypnosis: it helps bring our attention away from whatever is causing us pain, stress or anxiety so we can relax and find peace within ourselves again

Hypnosis can't change your eye color, but it still has some real benefits.

Hypnosis is a real state of mind. You may have heard the term before, but did you know that people can be hypnotized to do things they normally wouldn't do?

For example, imagine a man who is afraid of heights. He's with his friends at a carnival and wants to go on the roller coaster, but he's too afraid to get in line without an extra push from his friends.

One of them suggests hypnosis as an option for overcoming this phobia and it works! The man eventually gets on the ride without any problem because he was able to use his heightened state of relaxation to overcome his anxiety about heights.

This story shows how hypnosis has been used for hundreds of years as a method for helping people relax their minds and bodies so they can achieve their goals more easily than they might otherwise be able to (like getting onto rides at carnivals).

If you'd like some tips on how you can use self-hypnosis techniques at home or in your office, check out our blog post here:


It's important to remember that hypnosis is not a mystical state, and it doesn't make you do anything against your will. It's also not just for entertainment: it can be used as a tool to help you better understand how your brain works, and help improve some of its functions.

While the idea of changing your eye color with hypnosis may seem like something out of science fiction, there are still plenty of benefits from using this practice today!

Sharon R. Lee

About the author

Hi There! I'm Lee. Welcome to A Pretty Fix, a home DIY blog about making your home colorful, decorating, and helping colors ideas and fun. Here you'll find ideas, tips, and inspiration to live life more colorfully and beautifully. Hope you stick around!

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