F.A.Q.Here are some of the most commons asked questions about hypnosis.
1. What is hypnosis?
Hypnosis is a state of human consciousness involving focused attention and reduced peripheral awareness and an enhanced capacity to respond to suggestion. The term may also refer to an art, skill, or act of inducing hypnosis.
2. Is hypnosis dangerous?
Hypnosis in itself is not dangerous but can be harmful if conducted by an unskilled practitioner. For example, a car isn’t dangerous but if it is driven by a bad driver it can cause a fatality or a serious road accident. Hypnosis can cause problems if someone is experiencing pain which has not been medically diagnosed
3. Who can be hypnotized?
The only person that cannot be hypnotized is someone who does not want to be hypnotized.
4. What does it feel like to be hypnotized?
There is this sense of distance from where you are, the passage of time gets distorted and often you feel a pleasant, almost euphoric state of peace. The depth of a hypnotic trance varies, it can be very light or extremely deep. … Hypnosis does feel very nice and relaxing, almost like taking a nap.
5. How exactly does hypnosis work?
Hypnosis works by bypassing the critical conscious mind (usually through relaxation or linguistic techniques), and speaking directly to the unconscious in a language which it understands – pattern, association and metaphor. As mentioned earlier, the unconscious mind is basically in charge
6. Can I be hypnotized against my will?
No it can’t. If you would never kill someone, and the hypnotists commands you to hurt someone( we won’t I promise )…..you will come out of trance the same person.
7. Do people have trouble coming out of trance?
However, the simple answer to whether someone can get stuck in a hypnotic trance indefinitely is no. Trance happens naturally daily, and we do not get stuck in our daydream states, nor do we hear about or fear the idea of being stuck in a daydream state.
8. What is self hypnosis?
Self-hypnosis or auto-hypnosis is a form, a process, or the result of a self-induced hypnotic state.
9. What exactly is the unconscious mind?
The unconscious mind consists of the processes in the mind which occur automatically and are not available to introspection, and include thought processes, memories, interests, and motivations.
10. How does self hypnosis differ from using a hypnotist?
Self hypnosis vs Hypnotherapy. When people consider hypnosis to help themselves they first may consider using self hypnosis. Each person has their own reason for making this selection and not seek the help of a hypnotherapist. … Self hypnosis is a powerful self help tool but it does have it’s limitations.
11. What can hypnosis do for me?
You can boost your self-confidence, and realize that success is within easy reach of an active mind, and erasing harmful emotions leads to a happier and healthier life.
12. How does hypnotherapy work?
I use conversational hypnosis to assist you in moving thru your problems onto the other side.
13. What can hypnosis be used to treat?
To Stop Smoking, To Control Pain, To Conquer Bad Habits, To Assist Sexual Dysfunction, To Cope With Trauma(usually content free or greatly reduced), To decrease anxiety/depression, To Overcome OCD, To assist with fears/phobias(my specialty).
14. What will happen in a hypnosis session?
Your first session will be an initial assessment session, in which I find out as much as possible about what the issue is and how it’s affecting you. I also explain how hypnosis works and what’s involved in hypnotherapy and you can ask any questions you might have, so that you’re completely comfortable with the whole process. It’s also a screening session, to make sure you would even be a client for me. Let’s face it sometimes people have no desire for change now. So the initial call is to see how are values align……..for those that are truly ready to change now……we will set up initial session. Unfortunately not everyone will qualify.
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