What is it?
Simply put, hypnosis is a deep state of relaxation, which allows your unconscious mind to become receptive to messages and suggestions, that can alter your conscious thoughts and behaviours.
How does it work?
The relaxed state of hypnosis is not something to be fearful of. In fact, you may notice you drift in and out of a trance throughout the day. Whether you catch yourself daydreaming or you’re focused on a gripping storyline – it’s completely normal to experience this regularly. It’s also important to know that you will be aware of your surroundings and remain in full control of your own mind.
In this relaxed state (or trance) your conscious mind becomes dormant and your unconscious mind more accessible. The therapist uses their skills to guide your thoughts, make suggestions and form a deeper understanding that will enable you to make positive changes in our life. Your unconscious mind holds all your emotional memories and deep-rooted beliefs that could hold the key to unlocking the cause of your problem.
The results from hypnotherapy can be profoundand life-changing.Hypnotherapy is used effectively toreleaseunwanted feelings, changenegative habits, de-stress,lower anxiety levels, reduce andcontrol physical and emotional pain, reduce or eliminate insomnia, as well as deal with trauma and other negative experiences.