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What is Hypnosis?

Also known as therapeutic hypnosis, it is a well-established fact that hypnosis can be used as a beneficial tool for everything from behavior modification, success and motivation, healing and even pain management. Many other problems such as fears, phobias, pain, insomnia, poor study, memory and learning habits, self-esteem issues, weight loss and smoking cessation are commonly helped through the use of hypnosis. It is widely recognized by scientists and researchers as a very safe, natural and enjoyable state of deep physical and emotional relaxation. The ethical use of hypnosis is seen in a variety of fields, including medicine, dentistry, law enforcement, professional sports, self-improvement, behavioral modification as well as education and can improve a wide spectrum of conditions, challenges and issues. It can help to alleviate negative thoughts, feelings and beliefs as well alleviate the emotional and psychological blockages preventing one from accomplishing personal goals. Hypnosis is not meant to be used as a replacement for medical care but can be a very powerful tool to complement traditional medicine.

Hypnosis is not “sleep” but simply a very natural, calm and tranquil state of conscious awareness. During a hypnosis session a trained hypnotist uses specific suggestions to guide you into a comfortable state of deep relaxation. Traditionally, while in this peaceful state, one becomes more focused and actually has a heightened sense of awareness.

Contrary to a common misconception, while in the state of hypnosis one cannot be induced to do anything against his or her ethical or moral code. As a matter of fact, one is actually very aware of activity and sound and is fully in control and capable of "coming out" of this relaxed state any time they wish.

During hypnosis the natural endorphin and serotonin levels of the body are increased. As this occurs, the conscious portion of the mind, which is critical and analytical, is temporarily suspended or bypassed. The hypnotic induction simply helps the client to become more directed and relaxed thereby making the transition from conscious awareness to subconscious awareness. In this state, the subconscious mind can easily accept the suggestions for change to benefit the individual.

Hypnosis has shown to be a benefical, safe and inexpensive method to help create desired physical and emotional change, positive results and promote self-healing where traditional medicine has often failed. Hypnosis can naturally help to overcome the mental or emotional obstacles preventing one from living life to its fullest and assist in creating self-empowerment toward goal accomplishment! As individuals vary and personal histories vary, results may vary as well.



American Health Magazine

 - Behavior Therapy: 72% recovery after 22 sessions

 - Psychoanalysis: 38% recovery after 600 sessions

- Hypnotherapy: 93% recovery after 6 sessions

Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice (Spring, 1970), Alfred A. Barrios, PhD


 

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