Hypnotherapy Sessions

Hypnosis is a natural state of mind that brings about an extraordinary level of relaxation allowing a connection with the client’s subconscious mind, allowing them to become highly receptive to suggestions.

 

The principles and theories upon which hypnotherapy is based are accessing and utilizing the power of one’s inner resources. Hypnosis is a safe and drug free therapeutic approach that can transcend the critical, analytical level of the mind to access the subconscious, and facilitate the acceptance of suggestions. The use of hypnosis can also elicit information and insights from the subconscious and superconscious levels of the mind enabling a person to access their inner potential and achieve positive transformation in their lives. 

According to the United States Department of Labor, "Hypnotherapist induce hypnotic state in client to increase motivation or alter behavior pattern through hypnosis. Consults with clients to determine the nature of problem. Prepares client to enter hypnotic states by explaining how hypnosis works and what the client will experience. Tests subjects to determine degree of physical and emotional suggestibility. Induces hypnotic techniques based on interpretations of test results and on analysis of client's problem. May train client in self-hypnosis conditioning."

What issues can Hypnotherapy be used for?

Hypnotherapy can be used to address several issues, some of the most common are: weight management, stress or anger management, overcoming insomnia, nightmares or improve the quality of sleep, overcoming anxiety and panic attacks, overcoming negative thinking, managing and reducing certain symptoms related to health matters, and overcoming addictions including smoking, alcohol, drugs, gambling. It is also useful to combat certain fears and phobias, such as fear of flying, heights, water, speaking in public, crowds and examinations. 

In addition to these, it is also beneficial for self-improvement cultivating self-love, self-confidence, self-trust and a more positive self-image. It can help improve creativity, study or work habits, sports performance, concentration and memory, and be used to improve relationships.There are numerous ways Hypnotherapy can be used - it is a viable source to improve almost any aspect of one's life!
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How does it feel to be in hypnosis and what to expect?

We are all already masters of hypnosis, all hypnosis in actuality is self-hypnosis. We go through a hypnotic state several times a day. For example, when we drive our car

while thinking about our problems only to realize once we’ve reached our destination that we don’t fully remember the road we’ve driven to get there. We are in the same state when we are engrossed in reading a book or watching a movie or TV and we don’t see or hear what other people are doing around us. We are also in a state of hypnosis when we wake up in the morning, in the states between sleep and wakefulness. We also go through the same state at night before falling asleep.

 

Hypnosis is a natural, safe, quiet state of mind. Some people may experience sensations of numbness, heaviness, lightness of various areas of their body, or tingling sensations, eye fluttering or the feeling of being in 2 places at the same time.

 

Some people go very deep into hypnosis and others go lightly, however most people fall somewhere in between. Regardless of how deep you go, you are still aware and in control and can always get out of the hypnotic state if you wish. 

 

To address any hesitation, no one gets stuck in hypnosis, nor will you reveal any of your secrets. Anytime you want to stop the hypnosis process you can choose to do so by opening your eyes and returning to your normal conscious state of awareness.

 

During hypnosis you may not be aware of which part is your conscious mind and which part is your unconscious mind, but you will definitely be able to tell which one is the egoistic part of the mind/the negatively-orientated part of the conscious mind. It will be the part that asks you all sorts of questions such as: “Is this hypnosis? Is this how it should feel? Am I doing this right? Is this going to work?”  It is important to trust your higher levels of consciousness. Try your best to quiet the critical, skeptical mind and just relax.

If you are a first time client, the procedure will start with a brief explanation of hypnosis and what you are you can expect from the session, including answering any questions you may have. There is also an intake interview or review of the client's current life situation, including habits, along with any past information that may be useful. Afterwards you will be lead through the induction process, a progressive relaxation technique, which is the process of becoming relaxed to the state where your subconscious is most accessible. Depending on the client's goals, one to many sessions may be needed and may include different techniques, such as motivational techniques, neuro-linguistic programming (NLP), guided imagery, visualization, age regression, parts therapy, past life or future life progression.

What is the hypnosis procedure like?
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© Spirit Explorations. All information addressed on this website are for educational purposes. Hypnotherapy services are complementary to the healing art services, it is in no way intended to address specific treatments, diagnosis for any health-related matter. Hypnotherapy sessions, including Past Life Regression sessions, are not psychotherapy but a therapeutic alternative to use in addition to health regimes prescribed by healthcare professionals.