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Re-programme your subconscious mind to achieve your conscious goals!
Hypnotherapy mindset training
Re-programme the way you think & feel while you sit back and relax…?
Why use hypnotherapy?
About 90% of your thinking, feeling & behaviour are created and driven by your subconscious.
This is because your mind operates on an ‘automatic’ most of the time. It likes to be useful – saving time, energy and effort. So you keep going back to habit ways of thinking & perceiving, whether these are useful to you or not.
You consciously know that some behaviours, thoughts or feelings are causing you problems and you wanna get rid of them.
But on a subconscious level, your mind is telling you you’re getting something out of these, or it’s just comfy with where you are.
It might not want to feel the ‘threat’ of change or the unknown.
Get both the subconscious & conscious minds working together and on your side.
You need to change any messages you’re sending yourself unknowingly that conflict with your conscious goals.
That’s why, for more profound, effective & fast change, you’ll wanna work on this deeper level.
Hypnosis is a natural & safe state of deep, mental and physical relaxation & comfort.
In this state, you’ll have a narrowed focus and higher state of awareness in & of the subconscious mind.
Directly communicating with it then becomes easy, de-programming it and accessing insight & wisdom, information & resources.
You’ll be able to stop ‘automatic’ responses and create new ones.
You can completely change and ‘re-programme’ the way you think and feel and create a new conscious experience.
Hypnotic states are the most powerful tool you’ve got for creating transformation on a deeper level.
This is why I tend to use some hypnosis in my programmes.
It’s one of the reasons why my programmes are very different to other coaching programmes.
They help to get better, bigger, deeper & faster results.
Hypnotic states are also super-enjoyable. They generally help to quiet, calm & clear the mind.
Many of my clients who struggle with de-stressing or meditation techniques find this hugely useful & effective.
What does hypnosis feel like?
The hypnotic experience can be different from one person to another and from one experience to the next.
Generally speaking, the trance state is similar to getting caught in daydreaming or when you’re drifting between waking and sleeping. It’s a feeling of being deeply and pleasantly relaxed and calm.
You’ll still be aware of what’s going on around you, but it will ‘fade’ into the background. You can come out of hypnosis at any time you wish. Even though it’s similar to a ‘drifting’ state, you won’t be asleep, but actually in a higher state of self-awareness and focus.
Is hypnotherapy similar to meditation?
Yes but it can be even better.
Meditation is now being used more than ever by individuals, as well as businesses and educational institutions. This is because awareness is now growing around the fact that your state of mind is crucial to whatever it is you’re doing or want to achieve.
What we call ‘hypnotic trance’ can be similar to the meditative state, but it tends to be easier, faster, and even deeper. It’s also far more directed to achieve any of your specific goals. Check out my post on how hypnosis can be used as next level meditation.
Can anyone be hypnotised?
Yes. The hypnotic state is a natural one we all enter on a regular basis many times during the day, only we are sometimes unaware of this or we don’t use it to our benefit in the way that hypnotherapy does. It’s a ‘normal’ state that’s readily available to us at any other times we wish to access it.
Anyone who is wanting to be hypnotized and is open to the experience will be able to enter the guided trance state. However, if one seems ‘unable’ to experience this, it’s probably because they are holding on to some resistance for some reason.
This can be as a result of misconceptions about hypnosis creating certain beliefs or fear around it. It can also be lack of genuine desire or motivation to face particular issues or to make changes, or lack of good rapport with the therapist, making it difficult for the client to feel at ease.
Is it safe?
Yes, hypnosis is completely natural and safe. The worst thing that could ever happen is you falling asleep, in which case I’d gently wake you up.
Feeling comfortable and safe with your therapist is really important for going into the hypnotic state and for getting the results you want to achieve.
You’re never under any obligation to proceed with hypnosis following our first introductory session.
Will you lose control?
No. Hypnosis is a collaborative process. You’re the one allowing yourself to enter the hypnotic state, with the guidance of the therapist. Nothing is ‘done to you’. In order for it to work, it relies on your ‘participation’- which is simply being open to it and allowing it to happen.
You’ll only go as deep as you feel comfortable with. You’ll feel deeply relaxed, but it’s not sleep. You’ll always be aware of what’s happening and in control at all times.
You won’t do or say anything that makes you uncomfortable and you can wake from this state at any moment you want.
The whole point of hypnotherapy is that you become more, not less, in control of your own mind.
Will you tell me all your secrets?
No. Hypnosis doesn’t make you blurt out any secrets or even relevant personal information you’re not ready and willing to share.
You’re aware of everything that’s going on, you’re in control the whole time and you’ll only share what you’re comfortable with.
In fact, it’s also possible to lie when in the hypnotic state and ‘construct’ stories, especially as the imagination is more creative. While ‘lying’ is not usually what you want to be doing in therapy, sometimes constructed imaginary stories can be useful.
This is because they probably contain and provide important information and messages from your subconscious.
Will you remember everything?
Different people remember different things. In general, you’ll usually be able to recall the process or parts of it, but maybe not all details.
Sometimes people believe they remember everything but are unaware of information they‘ve consciously forgotten.
Complete amnesia for the whole hypnotic experience is less common, although can happen when experiencing a very deep level of trance. Sometimes people mistake this for falling asleep.
Either way, your subconscious mind is aware and will remember all that’s important for your successful process and change, even if you don’t consciously remember.
Can you get ‘stuck’ in hypnosis?
No. In the same way you’ll never get stuck in a daydream – it’s just impossible.
What happens in your first hypnosis session?
In our first 1.5hr session, I’ll take details of your story and circumstances. We’ll clarify your goals. I’ll answer any questions you might have about hypnosis.
I’ll then take you through a more ‘general’ hypnotic experience. This is so you can simply see and feel what it’s like and get comfortable with it, setting up for next sessions. This is so you’ll easily trust the process and allow yourself to go even deeper.
I’ll also teach you the basics of self-hypnosis. This is because I not only want to help you, but I want to empower you. You’ll then be able to practice this on your own. The more you use this, the faster and more powerful the results you can expect. Sometimes I’ll also give you ‘homework’ assignments.
“Thank you so much, I really enjoyed it! It was much more effective than meditation on me!”
You can learn how to use self-hypnosis so you can take advantage of this very powerful tool completely on your own.
Check out more info on why it’s SO worth doing and even adopting as regular practice.
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