Therapeutic Hypnotist

Helping Your Conscious Mind by Leveraging Your Unconscious Mind

Providing You With an Alternative to Overcome Obstacles

Hypnosis is a completely natural state and a lot of people enter trances without even realizing that it is happening. When you become very focused on something, you have entered into a form of hypnosis.┬áHave you ever become so engrossed in a book you are reading that you don’t hear someone else come into the room? Do you find yourself daydreaming and forget about the world around you? Have you ever played a sport and don’t hear the crowds shouting and cheering you on? A lot of people will say you are “in the zone” but in reality, this is what a natural state of hypnosis is. Because it’s a natural state, most people don’t even realize they are “hypnotized”.




Your Subconscious Is Listening

During natural states of hypnosis, our conscious minds aren’t as active and sometimes, we can pick up suggestions we normally wouldn’t. Due to this state, we could develop unknown phobias, fears or traumas and negative behaviour or responses could occur. Your subconscious is always listening, and even though it has your best interests at heart, the filter is not necessarily working as strongly and “stuff” can get in.


Stronger Than Ibuprofen

Clinical Hypnosis is powerful and can help with deep-seeded issues as it deals directly with your subconscious mind to help effectively remove issues in the same way they developed. Traditional therapies work with conscious solutions for unconscious issues. When the issue is subconscious, hypnosis allows us to talk to that subconscious area.

You Still Have All the Control

One important thing to remember, when you use hypnosis as a therapy, YOU ARE STILL IN CONTROL. The hypnotist can not make you do anything you wouldn’t normally do – so you won’t compromise your morals or ethics under hypnosis. The hypnotist simply enables you to make choices and accept behaviours you would otherwise have troubles with. It’s like working with any trainer – the hypnotist gives you the tools, but you still have to choose to do the exercises.

According to American Health Magazine, the following are the average success rates of other mainstream therapies used for a variety of common issues vs. Hypnotherapy:

  • Phsychoanalysis – after 600 sessions 30% 30%
  • Behaviour Therapy – after 22 sessions 72% 72%
  • Hypnotherapy – after 6 sessions 93% 93%

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