Hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy

What is hypnosis?

Hypnosis is a normal and natural state of mind. Hypnotherapist uses techniques to make people feel deeply relaxed, in an altered state of consciousness. When in this state people are very open to positive suggestions, which later they can benefit from them by taking the positive suggestions into their daily life.

What is hypnotherapy?

Hypnotherapy is a medically-approved natural process. With a qualified hypnotherapist it is a safe, effective and valuable technique to help people to achieve their goals, and deal with many emotions, problems and conditions.

How does it work?

All hypnosis is actually self-hypnosis, and is based on a deeply relaxed state of mind and body. In this state your subconscious mind openly receives positive suggestions put forward by the hypnotist. It is important to understand that your sub-conscious mind will reject any information that you are not willing to share. A state of hypnosis is not the same as being asleep, you are totally aware of the entire procedure.

Most people do not realize that we all actually experience a form of hypnosis in our daily lives. People often reach states of trance, for example while day-dreaming. Or have you ever driven somewhere and not really remembered how you got there? Sometimes when you read a book or watch TV your mind goes into a trance-like state.

You should be aware that therapeutic hypnosis is different from the type of hypnosis entertainers perform on stage. Therapeutic hypnosis is carried out to help achieve mental and physical well being or to reach a goal. People are always in control, and will never do anything against their will or core values while in “altered” state.

A good hypnotherapist will be responsive to your needs and explain hypnosis in a way that makes you feel comfortable and ready to proceed.

Benefits and conditions treated

Hypnotherapy can help in many aspects such as:

  • anxiety
  • depression
  • phobias such as fear of flying or spiders
  • self-confidence building
  • low self-esteem
  • nail biting
  • memory boosting
  • concentration
  • chronic pain relief
  • pain management such as arthritis
  • insomnia
  • bedwetting
  • stopping smoking
  • weight management (VGB)
 

Hypnosis may also help to deal with issues from the past, and enables a person to enjoy a happier future.

Preparing for your session and expectations

Every person is unique and different, but mostly People feel a deep and very calm feeling, same as just before falling asleep at night or before waking in the morning.

People who are hypnotized feel deeply relaxed, sleepy, and pleasant heavy feeling in their entire. They feel their body is deeply relaxed, limbs heavy and their mind calm and serene. Mostly remember only some part of the things that hypnotherapist is said, although their subconscious mind has been alert the whole time, and open to the suggestions.

Feeling more relaxed afterwards and more positive towards their issues & challenges.

Almost most people remember everything or parts of the session, and it depends on how deep a person is in hypnosis. Even if the person don’t remember all, but positive suggestion which have been given in the session will resurface when the person is in conscious state.

Contraindications and precautions

Hypnosis is very safe, when performed in the right hands of a well trained and experienced hypnotherapist. Hypnotherapy is not mind control and you will never be forced to do anything, and you are always in control. All hypnosis is self hypnosis and the hypnotherapist can only guide you, and remember you are always in control.

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