What is Hypnotherapy?
Hypnosis is a natural and effective technique for accessing the subconscious mind - the key to unleashing our potential, changing our unwanted habits and behaviours and finding solutions to our problems and concerns.
Under hypnosis the conscious, rational part of the brain is temporarily bypassed making the subconscious part which influences mental and physical functions, receptive to therapy.
During the trance state there is heightened concentration for the specific purpose of maximising potential, changing limiting beliefs and behaviours and gaining insight and wisdom.
Nobody can ever be hypnotized against their will. Even when hypnotized, people still remain in complete control of any suggestions given.
The whole object of clinical hypnosis is to take back control that has been lost and which has therefore resulted in the symptom or the problem.
It is estimated that approximately 85% of people of all age groups will readily respond to hypnosis.
WAYS TO CHANGE
- New information.Core unconscious beliefs can be changed if you receive new information that questions your views about a subject as in learning. In hypnotherapy this process can happen in or out of hypnosis.
- Hypnosis directly accesses the subconscious mind which is where the beliefs are residing. A significant benefit of hypnotherapy is that nobody, neither the hypnotist nor the client need know the exact nature of the belief that will be changed.
- As it is the subconsious mind that knows where the problem originates it will change those beliefs with information presented to it in trance because suggestions in trance are not interferred with by consious reasoning. In this case hypnotherapy is often much more uplifting than other talking therapies.