Frequently asked questions:
What is Hypnosis?
Hypnosis is a normal state that a person experiences naturally, several times throughout the course of a day.
How does Hypnosis work?
During hypnosis, the physical body and conscious mind are in a relaxed state while the subconscious mind remains in a heightened state of suggestibility.
Hypnosis is an education - communication process in a person’s mind that allows the conscious and subconscious minds to agree.
Is Hypnosis medically approved?
Yes. In 1958 the American Medical Association, the American Psychiatric Association and the British Medical Association approved hypnosis as a viable therapeutic tool.
Is Hypnosis safe?
Absolutely! The induction of Hypnosis is a naturally occurring process. You will remain aware at all times.
Can anyone be hypnotised?
Yes. Everyone can be hypnotised to varying degrees. The level of hypnosis a person achieves is often associated with their desire to succeed, receptivity to suggestion and ability to respond.
How does the subconsious accept suggestions?
Hypnotic suggestions bypass the critical faculty called the conscious mind, and focuses on offering healthy, positive suggestions to the subconscious mind.
How powerful is a Hypnotherapist?
Hypnosis is a contract between the hypnotherapist and client, whereby 10 percent of the effect is the efforts of the hypnotherapist and 90 percent is that of the client.