What is Hypnosis?

Hypnosis is a highly focused state of attention in which one is able to access a wealth of unconscious resources for self-growth and change. The trance state is actually a natural phenomenon, sometimes occurring spontaneously.

An example of that is when you have the experience of finding yourself immersed in a compelling daydream, drifting off and
possibly discovering a new solution to an old problem. Trance states also occur when you become absorbed in a book, music, artistic creation, or in conversation with another person.

Trance states occur when you are bored at a lecture and your mind wanders off, or even when you drive the same route again and again and don’t remember taking the correct turns and exits. A two hour period can seem like half an hour.

In the trance state there is a shift of attention from external to internal reality, the highly focused attention being directed on one experience at a time. It is considered that all hypnosis is self-hypnosis. The hypnotherapist’s role is to assist in this process.

What is Hypnotherapy?

Although there are many different hypnotic inductions, most include
suggestions for relaxation, calm, and well-being. Most people describe the experience of hypnosis as very pleasant. Hypnosis is not a type of therapy, but a procedure that can be used to facilitate therapy. It has been used in the treatment of pain, depression, anxiety, stress, habit control, Post traumatic Stress Disorder and many other psychological and medical problems.

Hypnosis should be used as an adjunct to treatment with a qualified
health-care professional who is trained in the use and limitations of clinical hypnosis.

Past Life Regression Through Hypnotherapy

Through deep states of relaxation/hypnosis one can often access past life memories that are directly influencing challenges they are facing in their present life. Whether one believes that these are actually memories or symbolic metaphors, these experiences often helps one to achieve relief from uncomfortable emotional and physical symptoms

Self Hypnosis

Self-hypnosis can be used for just about every kind of self-improvement as well as reducing or eliminating physical symptoms of medical problems. For example, many people have found relief from chronic pain, bad habits, sleep problems, anxiety and stress just by learning and practicing some form of self-hypnosis.

After being formally hypnotized you become aware of the state of consciousness you are looking to achieve. There is no limit to the creativity that self hypnosis offers in order or
achieve your desired goal.

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