Hypnosis temporarily suppresses your conscious mind and stimulates your subconscious mind. During hypnosis, your consciousness is aligned and focuses on a specific axis that the hypnotist (hypnotist) induces. In other words, the limitation of attention is another process that occurs in hypnosis, during which your attention is limited to a certain subject, which, of course, is relative. Also, your five senses are selectively and temporarily weakened. One or more of your senses may be weakened, which of course is temporary and returns to a completely normal state after the end of hypnosis.