Hypnosis is a wonderful tool for connecting with the unconscious mind. Our conscious mind is only the tip of the iceberg, and the vast majority of our mind is below the surface, yet holds sway over how we operate in the world. Hypnotherapy is the use of trance, or hypnosis, for healing in a clinical setting.
Transform a problem into a solution
Hypnosis can transform a problem into a solution which helps us access a higher state of consciousness.
There are many misconceptions about hypnosis. Stage hypnotism, often done as a form of entertainment, is often the only idea people have for hypnosis. Because that purpose is entertainment and not healing, people have fears that hypnosis will make them do strange and outlandish things. This is not true. Hypnosis is a focused awareness that promotes a profound state of relaxation in the client, and this helps to access the creative, deeper parts of the mind (below the surface of our conscious awareness) that need healing.
Natural Trance States
We move through trance states very naturally over the course of the day. The obvious example is driving from one place to another while we are thinking about various other things. How did we arrive at our destination? The unconscious mind takes over and does the driving automatically while we drift into a state of trance. There are many other examples of how we experience trance on a daily basis.
Your Ability to Thrive
Trance that is part of the healing process is a way of removing barriers that interfere with our ability to thrive. We are able to resolve conflicts, problems and habits, and this leads to an expanded awareness and a state of receptivity that increases wellbeing. The creative shift provided by hypnotherapy brings us in touch with inner resources we didn’t know we had.
Strength to Move Forward
When we utilize these resources, we embody a new level of wholeness with the strength to move forward in life.
This is what I wish for my clients using hypnotherapy. Would you like to learn more? Then I would be happy to hear from you when you contact me. I work as a mobile therapist, so I come to your home or office at your convenience.