Hypnotherapy makes use of our natural ability to enter a very special state of consciousness that we now call ‘hypnosis’, allowing a therapist to guide a person to make changes or gain understanding of themselves in a positive way.
Hypnotherapy can be used on its own or in conjunction with other disciplines such as psychotherapy or clinical procedures to help manage behaviours or aid in treatments.
When guided by a hypnotherapist, we can enter this state of hypnosis where we are uniquely focused, without the normal distractions and are more susceptible to suggestions made by the therapist. This suggestibility utilises our creative imaginations and as such allows us to enter situations safely without the limitations or constrains, either physical or mental, of our normal lives.
Such a powerful state requires careful management and all hypnotherapists should be professionally qualified. That said, all hypnosis is ultimately self-hypnosis; a natural state we can and do enter freely as part of normal life.
With the right therapist, hypnotherapy can be entered into with confidence and optimism. The more deeply we enter, and the less resistance to change we offer, the more we can affect the thoughts that govern our perception and experience of life.
Wherever you are right now in life doesn't have to be where you stay
What would you like to change?
Where would you like to be?
How would you like to feel?