Hypnotherapy is a state of inner absorption, concentration and focused attention of the subconscious that heightens a subject’s receptivity to suggestion, much like focusing the sun’s rays through a magnifying glass. Hypnotherapy is safe and accepted by progressive medicine and science today as helpful for many conditions. Contrary to movies and folklore, hypnotherapy is not mind control or brainwashing. Above all a hypnotherapist cannot make a person do anything he or she doesn’t want to do. One’s memory and facilities are fully aware during hypnosis.
Hypnotherapy makes use of a natural and relaxed state of mind that most people experience regularly. If you have ever driven a few miles without remembering them, lost yourself in a good movie, became completely absorbed in an interesting book or been taken away by a beautiful performance or sight, you were in a light state of hypnosis. Such moments when the conscious mind is disengaged facilitates the subconscious in becoming more open and receptive.
Hypnotherapy is a cooperative interaction and trance-like state resembling sleep, but is not sleep. Hypnosis is induced by a therapist by focusing a subject’s attention in a manner that heightens the subject’s receptivity to suggestion. A state of relaxation and concentration facilitates accessibility to deeper parts of the mind.
Hypnotherapy promotes overcoming stress and anxiety, reduction of fears and phobias, release of emotional attachments, management of pain, tobacco cessation, weight management, grief release, accepting change, improved sleep, increased performance and much more.
If you’re ready to change your behavior and habits for a better life, hypnotherapy facilitates hope into becoming reality!
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