Hypnosis is a natural state of physical relaxation and mental focus in which the critical conscious mind is bypassed, so that positive, goal-oriented suggestions can be delivered directly to one’s subconscious. The Subconscious Mind is the part of your brain that controls how you think, feel, and behave. This temporary state of focused attention can be influenced by oneself or by a trained hypnotist. Once in this state, your subconscious mind is more open to positive, empowering suggestions.
You will be in control at all times. Hypnosis is a consent situation (between client and hypnotist) as well as a cooperative process. The hypnotist will use methods/techniques to train you, and it is your responsibility to want to make those changes and implement them. You will remember everything that happens!
Yes, anyone who wants to be, since all Hypnosis is voluntary. There are three exceptions to the rule: 1) Those who don’t want to be hypnotized; 2) Those who cannot concentrate at all, including people with extreme hyperactivity, very low IQ’s, or those under the influence of drugs/alcohol; and 3) Those who refuse to cooperate or follow directions.
Self-hypnosis is the ability to give suggestions directly to your own subconscious mind without the help of a hypnotist.
You can learn quickly and effectively how to relax under stress and pressure, how to program your mind and body for the attainment of physical, psychological, emotional, and spiritual goals, and how to regain the power of choice in your life. Through self-hypnosis, you will develop more confidence in both yourself and your abilities.