What is Hypnotherapy?
For many people the word, ‘Hypnosis’, is associated with mystery and apprehension. Some even think it involves the loss of consciousness. Nothing could be further from the truth. A person in hypnosis is profoundly relaxed and mentally very alert.
Some people think Hypnotherapy involves the loss of consciousness. Nothing could be further from the truth. A person in hypnosis is profoundly relaxed and mentally very alert. Hypnosis is a 100% consent state. No one can keep you under hypnosis against your will.
During a Hypnotherapy session, a client will find that their conscious mind relaxed, allowing positive suggestion to enter the subconscious mind, like a computer recording everything.
Hypnosis is an altered state of consciousness which results in an increased receptiveness and response to suggestion. Although associated with relaxation, hypnosis is actually an escape from an overload of message units, resulting in relaxation. Hypnosis can be triggered naturally from environmental stimuli as well as purposefully from an operator, often referred to as a hypnotist, or hypnotherapist.
Our habits, behaviors and thought patterns are stored in the subconscious mind and can be changed to more positive patterns through hypnosis. Through the use of hypnosis we are able to access the subconscious computer and reprogram ourselves. Hypnosis is a 100% consent state!