What is Hypnosis?
What is Hypnosis?
Disregard the notions of popular fantasy you may have about swinging pendulum watches or stage antics. Holistic hypnosis seeks to free you from the constraints your physical self places on your spiritual self to access its own powers of healing and achievement.
Daydreaming as Hypnosis
When you catch yourself daydreaming, for instance, it is a mild form of self-hypnosis. The daydream essentially immerses your mind and soul in a moment of a world without issues where your hopes and dreams allow you to escape what may be the crushing reality you reside in. Far from being a flight of fancy however, it is best interpreted as your mind dominating the physical in order to ease an unwelcome sense of frustration, or boredom, or stifling sensations.
Out with the Old, In with the New
The professional hypnotherapist guides that ability you already possess, to make it work towards true holistic effects. I will guide you deeper into your self to clear out any perceptions or things that you have learned along the way including emotions, habits or beliefs that have stopped working towards your benefit and are preventing you from moving in a desirable direction. We then work on creating positive, lasting changes; a sort of “Out with the Old, In with the New” scenario to cleanse your body, mind and soul from destructive forces which you never before had the ability to control.
Beyond the healing effects of hypnosis, most patients comment on the complete relaxation they feel during treatment. Without ever falling asleep, your body will achieve a state of relaxation as the tension that had been trapped in your whole self for so long is released in a wave of therapeutic bliss. But unlike in popular conceptions of hypnosis, you will not “wake up” with no memory of what transpired. You are fully conscious at all times, with your “secrets” to be divulged or not at your own behest.