Hypnosis is not a way of taking control of people. It is a process of giving them control of people. It is a process of giving them control of themselves by helping them to notice how they can respond naturally to different situations in life and work.
As a result of ongoing scientific research on the functioning of the human brain, hypnosis has, now, become a scientifically verifiable and acceptable technique that can effectively promote and accelerate change in human behavior.
The greatest benefit of this state is that it allows us to access infinite resources that lie hidden in the deepest depths of our minds and gives us the power to create any desired change in our lives.
Hypnotherapy is a form of therapy that helps create sub-conscious changes in the form of new responses, thoughts, attitudes, behaviors and/or feelings. A person under hypnotic state displays heightened suggestibility and responsiveness. Modern hypnotherapy is widely accepted for the treatment of anxiety, depression, certain habit disorders, to control irrational fears, as well as in the treatment of conditions such as insomnia, phobias and addictions.
During Hypnotherapy, nature of problem can be determined better and necessary changes may be brought in at the sub conscious state with greater comfort to the client. In this state of awareness, the conscious mind is relaxed and the sub-conscious mind is made active and accessible to solve deep emotional issues by the therapist. The client is in control over the self at all the times and simply follows the suggestions of the therapist. The client may easily come out of the trance state anytime during the therapy in case of any discomfort if they choose to do so. Few common conditions that may be resolved via hypnotherapy are addictions like smoking and alcoholism, low self confidence & low self esteem, guilt, certain aches & pains, phobias, insomnia, stammering, depression, allergies, anger & irritability, panic, fear, anxiety, etc.
Hypnotic induction is an act of deliberately creating this state. It is now being taken more and more seriously as a tool that can be used in conjunction with various other drugless therapies.
Hypnotherapy utilizes the hypnotic state to encourage beneficial change to occur by addressing the client’s unconscious mind. It can be very useful to eliminate negativity, control habits, promote personal development and unlock inner potential.
In modern hypnotherapy, clients need not undergo formal hypnotic induction. The hypnotherapist engages them in normal conversation on a therapeutic theme. He is able to induce a trance inside the conversation and is able to access the subconscious images and emotions that run their entire life. He, then, guides them to the best available solution that is acceptable to their subconscious mind.
This is also a non-content, non-invasive therapy where no embarrassing questions and threatening details are asked. Client is able to feel free, comfortable and at peace in this informal environment.
The AIM of hypnosis is to help you Access the unconscious mind, Improve your skills and Master your life.
- Achieve goals
- Change bad habits
- Control anger
- Empower relationship
- Set anchors
- Spin success
- Improve concentration
- Manage stress
- Promote creativity
- Resolve conflicts
- Overcome fear
- Validate self
- Enhance motivation
- Model new behaviour
- Accelerate learning
- Stack confidence
- Track resources
- Exercise emotional choice
- Relax mind and body