What Is Hypnosis?

We all go in and out of hypnosis throughout our day, while watching TV, when immersed in the beauty of nature, a new romance, or even while driving. It’s a natural state of heightened focus in which the body and conscious mind are naturally relaxed, while the subconscious mind remains very alert and receptive to positive suggestions for change.

What is a Hypnotherapist?

A hypnotherapist is a professional specifically trained to therapeutically work with vocational and avocational self-improvement via the use of hypnosis. A professionally trained Hypnotherapist facilitates the process of hypnosis to modify human behavior and perception, bringing about the accomplishment of the client’s goals, while providing a safe and confidential environment.

A Hypnotherapist may be involved with helping a person with a Psychological or medical problem, but only under the written referral of the appropriate licensed professional. In this case the Hypnotherapist work is an adjunct to the treatment of the individual.

Why Choose Hypnotherapy?

Simply because it works. Accomplishing change on the conscious level can be very difficult, as the conscious mind amounts to a small portion of our total mind power, by contrast the subconscious encompasses most of that power. The subconscious will work around the clock to block any changes if it’s defined as a known association. By harnessing the power of your own subconscious mind, Hypnotherapy is often quick and effective in resolving personal issues and improving focus and performance.

Hypnotherapy can rewrite the unconscious programs turning the subconscious mind into a powerful manifesting machine that works 24/7 on creating positive lasting changes in our lives. It helps you unleash the power within, accomplishing your desired life. Those who experienced it say, they like it because It’s an effective, relaxing and drug-free choice for change.

Can I be hypnotized?

Yes, everyone has the ability to be hypnotized.

How will I feel during Hypnosis?

Those who are familiar with hypnosis might each speak about it differently. Often, for those who meditate, a likeness to meditation is expressed. Some may feel a comforting relaxed sensation of the body, while others may feel light, tingly, nice and heavy or just a calmness of the mind. Nearly everyone states they feel such a pleasant sensation of calmness and relaxation.

Will I be unconscious? Will I lose control?

You won’t go unconscious or lose control. Always aware (possibly hyper-aware). Hear sounds around you and could never get stuck in hypnosis.

Will I reveal any secrets? Or do anything I do not want to do?

You would not do or say anything you wouldn’t do or say in your wide-awake state. Hypnosis is Not a truth serum.

What is the difference between Hypnosis and meditation?

While Some meditation encompasses emptying the mind of any and all thoughts, those who are familiar with meditation say, the individual focuses either on word, image, idea or simply the breath. In the clinical hypnotherapy setting, hypnosis becomes a way to focus, in order to reach a particular goal. The outcomes of Hypnosis and Meditation are very different while the feeling state is very similar.

What is the conscious mind?

The conscious mind deals with everyday living situations. It houses our reasoning, analytical thinking, decision making, logic, and will power. It generates ideas and is an excellent tool for planning ahead. The conscious mind is still alert and present during the state of hypnosis.

What is the Subconscious mind?

The subconscious mind houses all our memories and accepts all our genetics, social, religious and life experiences. The subconscious works within known patterns, expectation and imagination and it also does not register the difference between reality and fantasy.