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What is hypnosis?
The state of hypnosis is one in which person becomes highly responsive to suggestions through very selective and hyper-focused attention.
Hypnosis is a very natural state of being. In fact, a person will move in and out of hypnosis multiple times a day. It is the state of being that occurs just before a person falls asleep at night. It has been likened to daydreaming, this hypnotic trance state, only deeper and more focused.
Hypnosis is a state of being that is different from the “normal” state of being. In this state, trance is induced, and conscious awareness is altered.
Note: Due to COVID-19 All hypnotherapy sessions will be conducted virtually until further notice.
What Can Hypnotherapy Help Heal?
Here are some examples:
- Trouble sleeping.
- Deep-seated thoughts and emotions
- Belief systems
- Unwanted behaviors
- And more…
Is hypnosis mind control?
Not at all. All hypnosis is self-hypnosis. All suggestions made to you during the session are within your control to accept. It’s completely up to you as to which suggestions you accept and which you let go.
Will I be asleep during hypnosis?
You sure aren’t. If you’ve ever watched someone get hypnotized, you might believe they are asleep, because the subject is so relaxed that they exhibit many of the physical signs of sleep. However, during hypnosis, if anything, you’re completely aware of what’s going on in the hypnotic state and can open your eyes at any time.
Can you get stuck in hypnosis?
It’s impossible. Since all hypnosis is self-hypnosis, there is no getting stuck. It’s essentially like being in a daydream. At any time, you can end the daydream by opening your eyes. Either way, you’re completely lucid the entire time.
Will I expose my inner-most secrets?
Again, all hypnosis is self-hypnosis. You will not tell me anything you do not wish to share. You are in complete control of what happens during hypnosis.
Will I remember the session?
You will absolutely remember the session. You are not asleep and in fact, you’ll be in a heightened state of awareness. Two safeguards I employ are to
suggest at the end of the session that you remember everything and I also record the session so that you may listen to it again later just in case.
Will I be made to do something I’m uncomfortable with?
There’s no way. Just a reminder that all hypnosis is self-hypnosis. You are in 100% control throughout the entire session. You cannot go against your morality or ethics during a hypnosis session. If you try, the noise of the inner-conflict will pull you out of the hypnotic experience. Keep in mind that you do not disassociate from your ego while under hypnosis. It listens in the background the entire time. It’s the ego’s job to protect you.