Hypnosis is NOT what you think…
Until recently in our history, hypnosis has had a very mysterious and secretive aura. It was an unknown phenomenon left to the realms of magic and stage show entertainment. Most people either didn’t believe, or believed it to be some sort of mind control in which the hypnotist makes the subject do strange and embarrassing things…
– like clucking like a chicken or singing like Elvis.
We now know that hypnosis is a natural state, one into which the human
mind goes naturally and without assistance several times each day. By learning
to go into this focused, selective state of mind purposely, we can use it
to achieve significant benefits in mind/body health, mental and emotional
wellness, and personal and professional development.
A process or a state of mind – both of which provide a way to open
your mind to suggestions that you allow and choose.
A focused and selective state with the benefit of heightened awareness and greater power of imagination.
Enhanced access to mental resources without interference from external stimuli or internal resistance.
Something that can be either a natural ‘talent’ or a learned ‘skill’.
A partnership between the hypnotist and the subject, in which the subject has complete control.
Similar to daydreaming, or ‘zoning out’ on the TV or the computer.
A process that can be in harmony within any belief system, philosophy, or religious practice.
Safe, natural, and proven over and over in numerous studies.
A powerful and efficient tool for:
Enhancing mental and physical health and well-being
Augmenting learning skills, memory, mental acuity
Releasing detrimental patterns from the past
Establishing ‘new’ mental patterns
Feeling happier, more energetic, more positive and optimistic
Improving confidence, self-esteem, social skills
And lots more…
While hypnosis has many beneficial effects, it is not a substitute for appropriate medical attention. Statements and programs offered on this website are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or illness. When dealing with physical and/or mental illness or disease, always consult a qualified physician or therapist.