About Hypnosis



What is Hypnosis?

Hypnosis, a state of focused consciousness, is a very powerful and relaxing
tool used to access your subconscious mind. Your subconscious mind is who
you are…It’s the sum of all your life experiences…it controls your habits
and beliefs.

Hypnosis can help you change old habits and provide you with motivation
to do the things that you may have been putting off. Hypnosis can help you,
like it has helped millions of other people, take back control of your life.

Hypnosis has been used by the medical community since 1958 to
help patients eliminate addictions, overcome chronic pain, create anesthesia,
and heal mind-body illnesses.


What  are Common Issues or Challenges that Individuals

Use Hypnosis to Address?

Weight loss
Pain Management
Test Anxiety
Public Speaking
Fears and Phobias
Self-Confidence and Self Esteem
Relationship issues


What is a Hypnotherapist?

A hypnotherapist is a guide or a coach who employs hypnosis not only to give
you suggestions for change, but to help you discover your true reasons for
resisting change, and then enabling you to release those causes.

When the root cause of a problem or any mental blocks are released, your mind
is free to respond to and accept positive suggestions for change. A hypnotherapist
also helps you discover how to experience well being by motivating you to
use your own inner resources in ways that promote health and wellness.


Can a Hypnotist Make Me Do Something I Don’t Want to Do?

No, hypnosis is a consensual process where you and the hypnotherapist work
together as a team to achieve your goals. While in hypnosis, you are always in
control, you can hear at all times, and you can emerge yourself anytime
you feel uncomfortable.


Can I be Hypnotized?

Just about everyone can be hypnotized. Using the most modern hypnosis
techniques anybody of normal intelligence and who can follow instructions
can be hypnotizedAre the results permanent?

Yes, because the suggestions that you willingly accept while in hypnosis go
into your subconscious mind where your permanent memory resides.

Your subconscious mind is like your hard drive on your computer. It retains
everything it hears. You can also learn and practice self-hypnosis for ongoing


How Does Hypnosis Work?

A hypnotherapist guides you into a state of hypnosis by giving you simple
instructions. It is like playing Simon Says. While you are focused on the
instructions your conscious mind naturally closes down allowing your
subconscious mind to open. Hypnosis enhances your ability to use your
subconscious mind or imagination to remember, use your creative abilities,
and to respond to suggestions for change.


Is hypnosis safe?

Hollywood movies have portrayed hypnosis to be scary and mind controlling.
The truth is that hypnosis is very safe because it is a very natural state
of mind. In fact, you naturally experience this state of mind every day.

If you’ve ever driven in your car and almost missed your turn because
you were so focused on a specific thought instead of your destination-
you have experienced hypnosis naturally! If you have ever watched a really
good TV program or read a really good book and failed to hear someone who
was talking to you because you were so focused on that show or that book –
you’ve experienced hypnosis naturally!

Focused consciousness, once of the definitions of hypnosis,
is natural state and is safe. Scientist, medical professionals,
psychologists, and hypnotherapists having been using hypnosis for over
200 years and no one has ever been hurt by simply going into hypnosis.


Can someone get stuck in hypnosis?

No, it is impossible to get stuck in hypnosis.

Disclaimer: Hypnosis should not be used instead of appropriate medical, dental, or
psychological treatment. Individuals with a medical or psychological challenge
should first consult a qualified health care provider for diagnosis and
professional advice. Individuals under the care of a health care provider will
need a referral from their health care provider before beginning any hypnotherapy
service or program offered by the HeartSyncWellnessCenter.

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