What is Hypnosis?
Hypnosis uses guided relaxation, concentration and focused attention to allow someone to reach a heightened state of awareness that allows the client to be hyper-suggestible. This allows the client to change bad habits, or accept positive suggestions to make the changes they want to make.
Hypnosis can also be used to regress back to a time that an issue began so it can be seen with new eyes and understanding, allowing the client to heal at a very deep level.
Hypnosis was accepted into the American Medical Association in 1958. It has been used to help patients that were allergic to anesthesia to be able to go through surgery or dental work. Hypnosis can be used for just about anything you can think of that has to do with the mind.
Here is just a sample of things that can be improved with hypnosis:
Past Life Regression
Getting answers from a higher power
Fears and phobias
Ending a bad relationship
Guided Imagery for children
and much more..
The answer is almost anyone. If you have a normal IQ or above and are able to focus and understand what is being said than you can be hypnotized.
Hypnosis is a natural state of mind. You go in and out of trance every day. When you drive a car and can't remember how you got home so soon, or if you had stopped at the traffic light, you are in a state of trance while driving. That is common and called highway hypnosis. You have trained your brain how to drive and turned the drive over to your subconscious mind. Your amazing powerful subconscious mind is aware of the drive and how to get you home while you are thinking of other things.
Have you ever been reading a book and someone comes into the room and calls your name but you don't hear them as you are picturing what you are reading so intently? You are in a state of trance. Again hypnosis is a natural state of mind that you go in and out of regularly. Hypnosis is very useful in helping you to make the changes you want to make so you can improve your life.
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