Hypnosis is a great tool that has helped many people with smoking cessation, weight loss, removing poor habits, phobias, anxiety, better study habits, better sleeping habits, confidence, goal setting, and much more.
Hypnosis uses the power of your intention and is a solution focused therapy. The medical definition of hypnosis is “an altered state of consciousness in which the conscious mind is temporarily bypassed, so that the subconscious mind becomes highly receptive to selective, positive suggestions.”
Through hypnosis, we are able to reprogram the mind in the same way we would a computer.
The mind is essentially reset in regards to the decisions we make. Poor habits or unhealthy habits can be altered and replaced with better healthier habits. As this happens on the subconscious level, the changes occur naturally, without the awareness of the individual. The modification of habit impresses no anxiety upon the individual and instead promotes a tranquil, composed personality.
Nothing to Fear Everything to Gain:
Hypnosis is possibly as old as mankind. The old myths and misconceptions about hypnosis have given way to proven, scientifically sound applications. Today the use of hypnosis is seen in a variety of fields including medicine, dentistry, law enforcement, professional sports, and education.
Most people have a limited understanding of the positive results that can be achieved in a professionally controlled hypnosis session. We would like to dispel some of the myths and answer the most frequently asked questions about hypnosis.