What exactly is hypnosis?
While definitions can vary, it is best described as a cooperative interaction in which the client responds to the suggestions of the hypnotist. While hypnosis has become well-known thanks to popular acts where people are prompted to performs unusual or ridiculous actions, the technique has also been clinically proven to provide miraculous medical and therapeutic benefits, most notably in the reduction of pain and anxiety.
How Does Hypnosis Work?
When you hear the word hypnotist, what comes to mind? If you’re like many people, the word may conjure up images of a sinister stage-villain who brings about a hypnotic state by swinging a pocket watch back and forth. In reality, real hypnosis bears little resemblance to these stereotyped images. More accurately, your hypnotist serves as a sort of coach or tutor whose job it is to help the client to use the full power of their minds to make the changes they wish to make in their lives.
Quiet often, “problems” are a function of the subconscious mind. Over eating, smoking, anxiety and depression are all examples of these problems. The client doesn’t wish to think or behave in these ways and doesn’t yet know how to change. Because the problems are a part of the subconscious mind it can be very difficult for people to change them by themselves. Hypnosis simply allows us to communicate with that part of the mind that stores the problem to let it know it doesn’t have to hold on to it anymore. These important realisations become the seeds of real change and transformation in clients lives and are the reason why so many clients say it’s the perfect solution to so many of life’s problems.
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*Disclaimer – As with all things mind related, results may vary from client to client and willpower may be required.