Hypnosis is an extremely effective way of making contact with our inner (unconscious mind) self. Inside us we have access to the most powerful personal computer in the world… our mind. Unfortunately, we do not always know how to use it most effectively.
This computer functions with or without our conscious direction. It learns from experiences and stores the information gained from experience. However, not all experience is of a positive nature and our mind is not always the best judge when it comes to selecting items for its storage of wisdom, hence often allowing us to make the wrong decisions and experiencing many difficulties and problems along the way.
There are two levels of the mind, the conscious (rational) level, and the unconscious (irrational) level. Your conscious mind is your logical mind, it functions on facts, and it is not open to any suggestions. The conscious mind is controlled by your unconscious and responds to what your unconscious mind tells it to do.
Your unconscious mind is your creative and imaginative mind; it is the home of your emotions and impressions gained from your experiences of life. Therefore, for any lasting change to be installed in your behaviour it must first be communicated to your unconscious mind. Your unconscious mind is very open to your suggestion, accepting facts without questioning.
Hypnotherapists are increasingly playing a role in general healthcare. It is estimated that more than 95% of modern day illnesses are stress induced. Hypnotherapy has a role to play in reducing stress and making significant changes to our body chemistry. Hypnotherapy is becoming an accepted part of the treatment protocol for a wide range of diseases. It is often used within the hospice environment for the treatment of cancers as it can assist the patient in dealing with the stress of their illness.
How does it work?
The experience of hypnosis is very similar to that of having a daydream, where you drift off for a few moments and you begin to think about other things. For example: when you are waiting at the traffic lights and your mind drifts off, the lights change green but you are not aware, suddenly you hear a loud beep from the car behind and you immediately return back to your conscious mind. People daydream all the time, in order to do that you must feel very relaxed, hypnosis is the same process. It is a pleasant feeling of deep relaxation.
Whilst relaxing I can make contact with your unconscious mind and make beneficial corrections. It is completely natural and safe with no harmful side effects. It is a fact that no one can be hypnotised against their will and can come out of it anytime by opening their eyes. Being a professionally trained and skilled hypnotherapist, the benefits will usually be long lasting and permanent.
It is difficult to compile a list of all the problems and ailments where Hypnotherapy can help. Why? Because the list is endless...
Hypnotherapy is extremely successful, fast, natural and lasting; it can produce highly positive results in a relatively short period of time. So you don't need to continue to deal with these problems alone.
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