How Does Hypnosis Work?

Some people believe that Hypnosis is not real. Often, people fear that Hypnosis will make them lose control or surrender their will. However, Hypnosis simply refers to the inducing of a passive state of mind, or trance, that helps better communication between the conscious and the unconscious mind.

Hypnotherapy operates by empowering clients to change unconscious beliefs and update them. Hypnosis is a relaxed mental state, in which we bypass the critical faculty and when the mind is relaxed, the mind becomes much more sensitive to suggestions. 

Hypnosis allows us to reframe and update previous beliefs – for example, quitting smoking will be hard and painful – and replace them with new and more useful hypotheses. We can override these automatic ideas and thoughts in deeply relaxed Hypnosis and update this thinking with new suggestions.

Hypnosis is a natural state of mind that everyone experiences every day, often more than once. Have you ever tried talking to someone who is watching TV and found it hard to get their attention? This is a naturally occurring trance state. Hypnosis is an awake state, a state of relaxation, exercise for your mind, rapport with your unconscious, and the ultimate display of control.

An excellent example of this is a client’s weight loss problem.

There may be a lot of convictions in your unconscious mind about losing weight. You might think that it is impossible to lose weight automatically, and don’t want to give up your favourite foods, or you don’t have time.

However, we delete, distort, generalise memories, experiences, and expectations that drive your conscious actions, and you don’t even know this is happening. Hypnosis, according to studies, works for circumstances like this. Other benefits of Hypnosis include management of chronic pain and quitting poor habits.  

Hypnosis empowers you to change your unconscious thoughts. Hypnosis helps your mind to think differently about your challenges and goals, you can eliminate the negative beliefs.

Do you want to understand Hypnosis more? Come along and join Sharon and I on February 7-9, 2020, for a 3-day Modern Hypnosis Event where you will learn hands-on techniques on Hypnosis.

How Does Hypnosis Help With Business Success?

Hypnosis for business is essential because the mind is a reliable instrument that can create you or break you. There are pitfalls, anxieties, and fears you have to face if you want to be successful in your company, and utlising Hypnosis can assist you in creating a powerful mind for these things.

Successful business leaders, business executives, self-employed professionals, and corporate managers use Hypnosis to overcome barriers in their career while reinforcing their capabilities. They also use Hypnosis to enhance their clarity and focus in their work.

Hypnotherapy is a scientifically verified-effective technique that can promote accelerated human change. Entrepreneurs are always searching for ways to enhance their efficiency and remove challenges.

Here are three ways how Hypnosis can help with your business success.

  • Hypnosis helps in managing stress.

    Running a business can cause stress. When some people run into hassles in their business, they go into a stress state. In contrast to a solution-focused state, the stress that you experience keeps your mind in a problem-focused state.

Hypnotherapy can help you manage your stress. It also helps reduce tension, and ease stress on a long-term basis. Because of this, many consider Hypnotherapy as an efficient tool for stress management.

  • Hypnosis helps you confront fears.

    You are continually tackling new ideas to explore in business. These constant changes in your business can cause fear (public speaking, for instance); you may have a memory of a situation that leads to a lifetime of a public speaking fear. Through visualization, Hypnotherapy can assist you in addressing this fear.

As an entrepreneur, one of the hallmarks is that you’re willing to try things other people won’t do so you can get results other people can’t reach. Incorporating Hypnotherapy into your routine can assist you in accelerating your company’s development by maintaining your immune system, lowering your amount of stress, and helping you overcome your concerns.

  • Hypnosis helps in improving productivity.

    Fears, stress, and anxieties can distract you. As a business owner, you need to overcome these distractions to increase and improve productivity. Hypnosis can help you activate your motivation and get rid of internal and external distractions.

Do you want to know more benefits of Hypnosis for your business? Come along and join Sharon and I on February 7-9, 2020, for a 3-day Modern Hypnosis Event where you will learn hands-on techniques on Hypnosis.

How Hypnotherapy Can Help Your Clients Achieve Massive Results

Hypnosis is a natural state of mind that everyone experiences every day, often more than once. It is an awake state and a state of relaxation that helps clients achieve their desired goal or outcome. Hypnosis is deliberate and goal directed. The use of Hypnotherapy helps clients achieve a specific, achievable, long-term and short-term goals like quitting a bad habit or acquiring new skills.

Hypnotherapy is based on the theory of the connection between the mind and the body, which means that access to the unconscious can change the body. Hypnosis will enhance one’s own healing potential when used in Hypnotherapy.

Here are three ways Hypnotherapy helps your clients achieve massive results:

  • Hypnotherapy can help clients achieve long-term behaviour transformations.

    A Hypnotherapist is a facilitator of behavioural change. Hypnotherapy can help clients form a habit pattern or way of  life. Hypnotherapy sessions can greatly influence clients alter behaviour patterns with or without his or her awareness.
  • Hypnotherapy helps clients with their emotional state.

    Hypnotherapy can help a client change their emotional state. Hypnosis can help with a range of circumstances ranging from anxiety to depression. Hypnotherapy’s objective is to assist a client learn how to better regulate their consciousness state. Hypnotherapy sessions may focus on assisting an individual attain a relaxation state in certain events.
  • Hypnotherapy assists clients in achieving appropriate objectives.

    When your client undergoes Hypnotherapy, one of their goals is committing themselves to achieving the objectives now and in the future. The state of Hypnosis allows for posthypnotic suggestions.

During a hypnotic trance, a posthypnotic suggestion is provided to act unconsciously out of Hypnosis. Posthypnotic suggestions are made during the hypnotic state to be carried out after Hypnosis. It is a strong instruction that leads your clients to act towards their goal. The posthypnotic suggestion is actualised when your client consciously incorporates the “suggestion” into his or her daily life. These goals may include quitting smoking, or overcoming the fear of talking on stage.

Do you want to know more about how Hypnotherapy helps your clients? Come and join Sharon and I on February 7-9, 2020, for a 3-day Modern Hypnosis Workshop where you will learn hands-on techniques in Hypnosis.

How Hypnotherapy Helps Your Body and Health

Hypnotherapy provides long-lasting benefits. It is a scientifically verified-effective technique that can promote accelerated human change. Hypnotherapy can help with anxiety, smoking, weight loss, and undesirable bad habits.

The American Medical Association has approved hypnotherapy in transforming human behaviour and enhance a person’s enhancement. According to the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis (ASCH), Hypnotherapy can help a person to feel calm, relaxed, and focused. 

Here are a few of the benefits of Hypnotherapy to your body and health:

  1. Hypnotherapy can help improve sleep.

    For people with insomnia, Hypnotherapy can help a client’s body and mind to relax. It can also help let got of anxiety and can also increase the amount of time that a person spends in slow-wave sleep or deep sleep. According to research, Hypnotherapy can help solve sleep problems after only a few sessions.
  2. Hypnotherapy can help to end vices.

    Nicotine in cigarettes is addictive making smoking a hard habit to kick. Another vice that is difficult to stop is alcoholism because just like any other addiction, it has a physical and mental effects. Hypnotherapy helps stop addiction by eliminating the automatic response to stimuli that is keeping a person’s addiction in place. Hypnotherapy helps you relax in order to reach a trance-like state making your mind be open to suggestions.

  3. Hypnotherapy can help relieve stress.

    Hypnotherapy helps relieve anxieties and stress. Hypnosis can be used for stress management by getting into a deep relaxed state, fighting tension and triggering your relaxation response.

Do you want to know more benefits that Hypnotherapy can offer? Come along and join Sharon and I on February 7-10, 2020, for a 3-day workshop on Modern Hypnosis where you can learn hands-on techniques on Hypnosis.

3 Common Myths About Hypnosis that You Need to Know

Hypnosis is a natural state of mind that everyone experiences every day, often more than once. Hypnosis refers to the inducing of a passive state of mind, or trance, that helps better communication between the conscious and the subconscious mind.

A lot of people believe Hypnosis is based on the assumptions that they see on stage. When watching a stage hypnotist, they may act as if he or she has power over the people on stage which is far from the truth. Stage acts help create myths about Hypnosis which discourages people from seeking legitimate Hypnotherapy.

Here are three common misconceptions about Hypnosis that we want to share with you:

1.   Hypnosis is NOT sleeping.

Hypnosis is rather an awake state. Sleep is a state of reduced consciousness during which a person rests in a daily rhythm. On the other hand, Hypnosis is a trance-like state in which a person has heightened suggestibility. When a person undergoes Hypnotherapy, the psychological healing process that uses Hypnosis can help improve sleep when a person has insomnia. It can help a client’s body and mind to relax, but is not sleeping as such.

2.   Hypnosis is NOT being controlled by someone else.

Contrary to popular belief, Hypnosis is not a way to control people. Hypnosis is simply a state of higher alertness and focused attention. Hypnosis is providing a suggestion to people that they might not have thought of on their own by building a relationship or connection with the client.

3.   Hypnosis is NOT a state of unconsciousness.

Hypnosis is a state of relaxation and not losing control over yourself. When a person undergoes Hypnotherapy, it helps reduce stress chemicals and bring the body back to the balance that enables you to relax.

Do you want to uncover more truths about Hypnosis? Come and join Sharon and I on February 7-9, 2020, for a 3-day workshop on Modern Hypnosis where you can learn hands-on techniques to become a Hypnotherapist.