Hypnosis consists of a set number of client and hypnotist meetings focused first on understanding the client’s issue. Next, the hypnotist and the client plan how to resolve the problem. Thirdly the client is induced into a hypnotic trance and the hypnotist suggests reinforcements to the plan to the client’s subconscious. The client’s engagement is needed throughout the process. Depending on the what client’s is working on, between meetings, a client might be asked to decrease the number of cigarettes they smoke, or decrease sugar intake, and increase protein intake, or journal their dreams.
Everyone can be hypnotized. It is a natural state that we all drift in and out of multiple times per day. This trance-like state resembles being totally immersed in a movie, book, music, and even one’s very own ideas or reflections. In hypnosis, clients can direct their attention internally and access innate resources that help them adjust or take back control in areas of their lives.
When a person is in a hypnotic state, they are consciously aware of everything that is taking place around them and cannot be coerced into doing anything that is against their will, or moral values. A person is totally in control however, they may give permission to allow their conscious mind to take a backseat to their subconscious mind for a while.
Hypnosis can be utilized to treat worries, drug abuse, including smoking, and bad habits. It can be used to sleep better, improve learning, help communication, and work out partnership difficulties. Hypnosis can help manage pain and help resolve digestive problems, improve sports performance, resolve skin conditions, and gastrointestinal side effects of chemotherapy and pregnancy. Hypnosis can additionally be used by dentists to assist people in regulating their anxieties, or to treat teeth grinding, and various other dental problems.
Although there are different strategies, hypnosis is normally executed in a calm, restorative atmosphere. The hypnotist assists you into an aware state and asks you to consider experiences and circumstances in favorable ways that can aid you in transforming your thoughts and behaviors. Unlike some remarkable portrayals of hypnosis in movies, books, or on stage, you are conscious, not asleep, and totally in control. You hear the specialist’s suggestions that coincide with the plan you both agreed on, yet your conscious mind still can decide to ignore or act on the suggestions.
The following hypnosis techniques are used in our hypnosis sessions
- Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)
- Ericksonian Hypnosis
- Therapeutic Imagery
- Regression / Past Life
- Intuitive and Energy Healing
- Dream Therapy