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How hypnosis can help you.
The conscious mind doesn't always create the life you want to lead all by itself. It’s the subconscious mind, where life experiences and deeply held beliefs are stored, which drives and directs our patterns of behavior. Without getting the subconscious mind involved, we find ourselves unable to make permanent, lasting changes and improvements.
Hypnotherapy helps to connect and reframe negative thoughts, impulses, and habits in the subconscious mind. Accessing the subconscious helps clients to move forward from traumatic experiences and bad habits, incorporating permanent changes to keep them from falling back into unhelpful patterns.
Hypnosis can be a useful tool to address a wide variety of areas that affect our quality of life.
- Quit smoking
- Change self-defeating behavior
- Eliminate subconscious negative mental patterns
- Create better health habits
- Heal and address issues from the past
- Accelerate healing and manage pain
- Enhance personal and professional relationships
- Heighten spiritual awareness
- Express higher awareness and deeper intuition
- Learn compassion and empathy skills
- Have greater success and prosperity
- Feel more worthwhile and self-confident
- Sell ideas and services with more confidence and enthusiasm
- Easily concentrate and memorize
- Explore past life regression
- Eliminate fear of rejection
- Set goals and reach them
- Program positive mental concepts and success attitudes
- Make affirmations work
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How does hypnosis work?
Our minds have two parts – the conscious mind which we can access freely, and the much larger subconscious mind. They are separated by a barrier known as the “critical factor,” which acts as a gatekeeper to the subconscious. In essence, hypnosis helps us to bypass that barrier in order to access the subconscious mind, and install helpful, permanent hypnotic suggestions.
The critical thinking part of us is formed at a young age, without adult wisdom and maturity. Many things that we might think about ourselves could be long outdated, and based on old childhood thinking, but those beliefs are strong enough to get in the way as adults. When hypnotherapy is able to bypass the critical factor, together we create suggestions that guide you to focus on positive input and your desired outcomes. These suggestions go directly to you subconscious mind, and essnetially “rewire” brain, which becomes automatically driven by the subconscious mind after the hypnosis session is over. The old thinking patterns are updated with new information, with the wisdom and intellect of your sensible adult reasoning mind. There are many other things that can happen using hypnosis. Old habits can be addressed, issues from the past can be healed, and much, much more.
Will I give up control of my words or actions if I am hypnotized?
No. The patient controls each session, not the hypnotherapist. Hypnotherapy doesn’t provide the positive outcomes we’re working toward unless the person being hypnotized is fully on board with the treatment plan that we’ve discussed ahead of time. Someone cannot truly be hypnotized without their consent. Even in deep hypnosis, the patient can say at any point, “I don’t want to do this anymore,” and we will stop immediately.
Will this be like the acts I’ve seen on stage where a hypnotist makes audience members do silly things?
No. This is not entertainment hypnosis, and we are not here to make anyone look silly. Hypnotherapy is a very different practice that relies completely on the consent and comfort of the client.