Have you tried therapy, but found that it didn’t help you solve your issues and achieve your goals? Hypnotherapy is an effective alternative to standard talk therapy that uses hypnosis to access the subconscious and get to the root of your problems.
What is hypnotherapy?
To put matters simply, hypnotherapy is therapy and hypnosis used together. It is not as common as it should be, because most hypnotists are not trained therapists and most therapists do not know how to induce hypnosis or what to do with it. In conventional therapy, even the most expert talk-therapists can burn through dozens of hours (not to mention their clients’ money) struggling to break through to subconscious thoughts and emotions. Hypnotherapy allows you to make faster, deeper progress.
Hypnosis is a normal and natural state of being. In fact, you almost certainly enter a hypnotic state in which your subconscious predominates every day, for example just before you fall asleep. The characteristic feature of the hypnotic state is that the conscious brain is removed from its usual dominance, allowing the subconscious to emerge from its usually hidden position. A hypnotist is not a magician or miracle worker, but someone who has learned the skills necessary to induce this mental state. In hypnotherapy, the therapist will first induce a hypnotic state, then commence therapy.
Is hypnotherapy dangerous?
The short answer is no. The common worries about hypnosis and hypnotherapy are spurious. The hypnotized person is fully aware of his surroundings and can snap out of it at any time. No-one has ever been trapped in a hypnotic state forever, and it’s no easier to trick you into doing something while hypnotized than at any other time. A hypnotherapist is no more able to abuse his position than any counselor. Of course, you should only see a qualified, licensed professional.
How can hypnosis and hypnotherapy help me?
Many people benefit from using hypnosis to help them quit smoking, lose weight, and break bad habits. This can often be done using hypnosis combined with simple suggestion and thought association, and can be effective after only one session. This is an extremely cost effective option where appropriate. To learn more about it click here.
For more complex problems, the true potential of hypnosis is unlocked by combining it with therapy. Full hypnotherapy of this form is successfully used to treat conditions as diverse as anxiety, PTSD, eating disorders and phobias.
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