What is Hypnosis?
Hypnosis involves going into a state of deep relaxation so that your conscious mind can "step aside" temporarily, and allow access to your subconscious mind. ypnosis is a We all go into a hypnotic state several times throughout any give day, for example when we drive "unconsciously" to a destination, become involved in a movie, listen intently to a speech, or daydream about an interaction we had recently with someone. You can never be made to do anything you don't want to do while in an hypnotic state. During the hypnosis session, we will embark on a journey together to discover the cause of the problem you are dealing with and live the life you want.
Only about 10% of the information in our minds is conscious; the rest is subconscious. The subconscious mind knows the answer to why a problem exists and how to solve it.
Aristotle said: "A vivid imagination compels the body to obey." Researchers have recently discovered how amazing the mind-body connection is through bio- and neurofeedback therapies. Studies have also confirmed the effectiveness of hypnosis as a successful tool for reducing and even eliminating pain. Guy H. Montgomery, Ph.D., a leading researcher in the field, conducted extensive research on hypnosis and pain management at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, where he is the Director of the Integrative Behavioral Medicine Program. (http://www.apa.org/monitor/2011/01/hypnosis.aspx).
Hypnosis can help resolve many problems, such as unresolved emotions, unwanted or unhealthy life patterns, health and weight issues, performance issues, managing anxiety and depression, pain management, illness recovery, self-confidence, relationship problems, communication issues, career changes, etc .
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