- Hypnosis is natural and familiar state of being
- All hypnosis is self-hypnosis, very similar to meditation and in presence of the therapist, very similar to guided mediation
- Hypnosis is a state of relaxation and focus
- Hypnotherapy is the use of hypnosis state for therapeutic endpoint
Simply speaking HYPNOSIS is an altered state of consciousness, also referred as trance state.
Day dreaming, meditation, being absorbed in a book or music or television, driving and arriving at your destination without recalling all the usual landmarks etc. are good examples of trance states.
The trance state is therefore a natural phenomenon that at all times leaves a person in control of themselves and their surrounding situation. Same for induced HYPNOSIS.
Clinical Hypnosis or Hypnotherapy is the use of trance for therapeutic endpoint. (This means that people are not treated WITH hypnosis but are treated IN hypnosis.)
All hypnotic states are characterised by a tremendously pleasant state of relaxation, which individuals allow themselves to enter so that desired, beneficial suggestions may be given directly to the part of the mind known as the subconscious.
During the trance state there is heightened concentration for the specific purpose of maximising potential, changing limiting beliefs and behaviors and gaining insight and wisdom.
The intention for every session is to unblock, release and transform any issue that is causing unwanted feelings, thoughts, pain or dis-ease.
What is Subconscious Mind?
The subconscious mind contains many of self-images, beliefs, habits and behaviors. The subconscious is a tremendous source of our unrecognised strengths and knowledge…
Entering this relaxed state of body and mind allows to access the subconscious mind – the key to unleashing our potential, changing our unwanted habits and behaviors and finding solutions to our problems and concerns.