What is hypnosis?

The key to any positive change in your life (physical or mental) always starts and ends with your mind and is rooted in the subconscious. This is why hypnosis is so effective because it works directly on the subconscious level.

Hypnotherapy is a process by which a qualified practitioner in hypnosis guides you through the process of hypnosis in order to achieve positive results.

Hypnosis is natural, effortless, rapid, and research shows over 90% effective

Hypnosis is a trance-like state in which you have a heightened degree of focus and concentration. The path to hypnosis parallels the pathway to sleep and so it is a completely safe and natural process. Very often while under hypnosis, you remain completely aware of what is going on and you simply feel deeply relaxed similar to when you are falling asleep. Sometimes during the process your mind may wander and you may lose awareness much like when you fall in and out of sleep. Hypnosis is usually done using verbal repetition and mental imagery. When you’re under hypnosis, you usually feel calm and relaxed, and are more open to positive suggestions.

It is important to know that hypnosis is a completely voluntary process and you cannot be hypnotized against your will or made to say or do anything against your wishes. Hypnosis cannot be used as a form or “mind control” as some stereotypes have portrayed on television. The subject always retains full control and can exit the state at any time he or she wishes. Hypnosis is safe, natural, and completely voluntary at each step of the way.

Hypnosis is used therapeutically to help you gain control over undesired behaviors or to help you cope better with anxiety or pain, or to help with healing and recovery.

For a detailed list of therapeutic goals look under hypnotherapy here.

The purpose of therapeutic hypnosis is to help you achieve your health and life goals in a natural, easy, rapid, and effective manner.

Everyone who wishes to be hypnotized can be hypnotized as long as they have an IQ over 70 as a certain amount of focus and concentration is necessary. There are few medical contraindications to hypnosis such as epilepsy and certain mental disorders that involve paranoid delusions. Most people can undergo hypnosis safely and all your questions and concerns can be addressed during your free initial consult.

How does hypnosis work?

Your body, your thoughts and your behaviours are all regulated by your brain. During an average day over 95% of these processes are controlled by your subconscious mind.

Hypnosis works by accessing your subconscious mind in order to input positive suggestions that enable you to gain control over these processes. You can use hypnosis to reprogram your subconscious mind and your body for more rapid healing, for pain relief, for stress relief, for better sleep, for habit change and many other beneficial changes


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