Hypnosis is neither magical nor mystical. It is simply a tool we can use to make long-lasting changes and desired improvements in our life.

Hypnosis can be defined as a state of relaxed concentration. Anyone can enter such a state naturally, and we all experience hypnosis regularly. When we are so absorbed in a book or movie to the extent that we become unaware of our immediate surroundings, we have essentially entered a hypnotic state.

Hypnosis enables people to bypass their conscious critical mind and access their subconscious to work at releasing old fears, unwanted habits, emotional blocks, and limiting beliefs. Although the subconscious is accessed, hypnosis is not a sleep state. In fact, brain-wave pattern studies of people in hypnosis show that they are in an alert state of ‘wakefulness’.

The hypnotic experience varies from one person to another. Yet, the principle of hypnosis is the same for everyone. It is a state of mind in which suggestions can have a more powerful effect than under conscious conditions

The Role of the Clinical Hypnosis Practitioner

Practitioners of hypnosis empower people to use their natural mental resources to change how they think, feel, or behave.

An experienced Clinical Hypnosis Practitioner achieves this goal by guiding you into a relaxed state of focus. During this period of heightened awareness, the practitioner will skillfully provide positive suggestions.

Hypnosis can help guide you toward the discovery of choices that empower you to lead a fuller, more productive life.