Hypnosis can be practiced in several ways. It can be done by listening to recordings and practicing self-hypnosis. This is a very popular choice lately, yet many people gain the most benefit from practicing one on one private hypnotherapy which is personalized to your specific needs and area of concerns.
After your session, you can leave with a personalized recording to use between sessions magnifying the affect creating long term lasting change.
How does it works?
Hypnotherapy uses guided relaxation, concentration, and focused attention to achieve a heightened state of awareness”...
Hypnotherapy is a tool to retrain the mind. Hypnotherapy assist one to access the area of the mind that manages motivation and imagination. It allows one to access the inner mind and reset perceptions. It’s a an approach that achieves a direct connection with the working of the subconscious mind and thereby can rewire negative beliefs that are causing difficulties. It helps people reach goals, overcome negative habits, reduce stress, work past trauma effectively, alleviate fears and phobias, reduce chronic fatigue, and manage bodily discomfort. The hypnotherapist is a facilitator of the clients own intentions. We can manage challenging situations with hypnotherapy or simply set the intention to create more balance. Hypnotherapy targets the root cause of issues and doesn’t just treat symptoms.
Hypnotherapy is defined as a natural, yet altered, state of mind where communication and responsiveness with the subconscious mind is present.
Hypnosis has these characteristics;
-An extraordinary quality of relaxation
-An emotionalized desire to satisfy the suggested behavior: The person feels like doing what the hypnotist suggests, provided that what is suggested does not generate conflict with his belief system.
- Produces normalization of the central nervous system.
-Hyper-acuity or a heightened sense of awareness
Clinical Hypnotherapy can assist with a variety of needs including but not limited to:
Stopping smoking or vaping
Healing Grief and Loss
End of life support
Emotional support to cancer treatment
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