Accessing the Sub-Conscious for Beneficial Change:

Healing, Safe, Natural, Enjoyable

Traditionally, hypnosis helps one enjoy a deep state of relaxation.

While in this peaceful state, one typically becomes more focused and actually has a heightened state of awareness.

All hypnosis is self hypnosis, so that the hypnotic induction by a hypnotist simply facilitates the subject themself to become more directed or more relaxed, thereby making the transition from conscious to subconscious awareness.

As a result of deepening techniques, the natural endorphin and serotonin levels of the body are increased. Also, the conscious portion of the mind, which is vigilant, critical and analytical, is temporarily suspended as the subconscious mind accepts suggestions to benefit the individual.

Unlike the old, common misconception, a hypnotized subject cannot be induced to do anything against his or her moral or ethical beliefs. As a matter of fact, while in a state of hypnosis, the subject is very aware of activity and sound and is fully in control and capable of “coming out” of this relaxed state any time she/he wishes.

Hypnosis is a powerful way to create changes in your life

Hypnosis is widely recognized by most doctors, dentists, coaches, psychologists, researchers, and authorities as a very safe, natural and enjoyable state of deep physical and emotional relaxation. It is also recognized to be vital in peak performance and in self healing. Hypnosis may possibly be as old as mankind itself. Hypnosis has been used often throughout history by tribe leaders, shamans, primitive doctors and midwives, as a way to access the inner mind which governs beliefs and fears.

Misconceptions and Fears

The old myths and misconceptions about hypnosis, still remain throughout much of our culture. The images on many films and even cartoons would have us believe that the hypnotist is an underhanded manipulator and that his victims become zombie like characters. There has also been negative images of hypnosis such as those often fostered by the night club and entertainment industry. The victim stands on a table and crows like a rooster. Thankfully, many of these images have given way currently to proven, scientifically-sound newer views of hypnosis and their very effective healing applications.

Medical Industry approval

Men, women and children use hypnosis regularly and now their doctors now also recommend it for help with many problems from arthritis to childbirth to stress reduction to addictions to phobias. The American Medical Association approved hypnosis in 1958, calling it a viable and beneficial health alternative. Of course, millions of people world-wide have used hypnosis effectively and have benefited from its use before this approval by the AMA…and of course millions have benefited also since the AMA approval too.

Hypnosis Use Today

Today, hypnosis is not only recognized by mainstream medicine and psychology, but even motivational coaches and politicians and preachers are widely using it. The effective use of hypnosis is seen in all fields, including, as we said, medicine, childbirthing, dentistry, law enforcement, professional sports, self-improvement and behavioral modification as well as in all areas of education.

Hypnosis Helps in Many Ways

Hypnosis has been successful in a variety of other ways. It can help to relieve and control stress, reduce blood pressure and improve creativity and motivation. Hypnosis can even enhance sports performances. It has been shown that a majority of olympic atheletes and other sports professionals use hypnotic techniques before every practice and event, as do actors, musicians, performers,public speakers, and creatives in all fields.

What Conditions can be Treated

It is, in fact, now well-established that hypnosis can be used as an effective tool for a seemingly endless list of achievements. Goals and aspirations such as success and motivation, behavioral modification, healing, as well as pain control are effectively addressed.

Many other problems such as fears, phobias, insomnia, memory and learning habits, self-esteem issues, weight loss, and smoking cessation are commonly helped through the use of hypnosis.

Hypnosis helps to focus the mind’s power of relaxed concentration to achieve these and other goals. Hypnosis may also be used as a meditation to allow people to experience an enjoyable sense of peace and wellbeing. Hypnosis has proven to be an effective, safe and inexpensive method to create desired physical and emotional change, Accessing the subconscious body-mind has shown very positive results and implement self-healing where traditional medicine has often failed.