The use of Hypnosis for therapy is called Hypnotherapy – and can be applied in a variety of ways.
The most common uses of hypnosis & hypnotherapy are…
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Hypnotherapy is known to be one of the kindest quickest and most effective forms of personal therapy available.
Hypnotherapy is completely natural and safe. There are no harmful side effects. When administered by a professionally trained and skilled Hypnotherapist the benefits are long lasting and often permanent.
Is It Safe?
Hypnotherapy is perfectly safe. It is an agreement between you and the Hypnotherapist. You remain in control at all times and cannot be instructed to do or say anything you would not normally do or say.
How Does It Work?
Hypnosis bypasses the conscious mind and allows direct communication with the subconscious mind, allowing you to create new positive images, feelings, sights, sounds, smells and emotions to replace the negative ones you may have picked up inadvertently over the years.
What is the Concious Mind?
The conscious mind is the analytical part of your mind. It is the rational, logical, thinking part of your mind. It is your will power. It has a short-term point of focus. It is linear in nature, always thinking, judging. It is limited in scope, only able to take in about 7 to 9 pieces of information.
What is the subconcious mind?
Your subconscious mind is your emotional mind. It is also what we call "modern memory." It learns by identification, association, and repetition. It holds all your beliefs, perceptions, and knowledge accumulated from your experiences. When a perception or belief is accepted by your subconscious mind, it is taken in as fact and makes it so. It doesn't judge the information as right or wrong, true or false before it takes it in. If something is repeated enough times, your subconscious mind merely takes it in. And then this powerful, goal-achieving mind uses these beliefs and perceptions to run the programs that determine your behavior and emotional states so that you don't have to think about them consciously. Wouldn't it be frustrating to run errands -- or a business, for that matter -- if you had to keep thinking about how to walk? That is the beauty of the subconscious mind and the critical factor. They take care of that for you in the background of your awareness. This frees you up to do the things you want to do.
Does a Hypnotized person give up control?
Absolutely not. When you are in a Hypnotic state you are in complete control of all your normal faculties and would never do anything that you wouldn't ordinarily be prepare to do.
How does Hypnosis feel?
Since Hypnosis is a natural state of mind, clients are often surprised that they hear every word. Unless one enters a deeper state, he or she may not "feel" any different than when relaxing in a favourite chair reading a good book or engrossed in a good film.
How will I feel directly after Hypnosis?
Great! Relaxed, rejuvenated, cool and calm, reenergized and ready to meet the demands of the day.
Is hypnotherapy useful for children?
Children respond exceptionally well to hypnotherapy. Some common uses are academic and athletic improvement, test anxiety, fears and phobias. Children ages 5 and over may be hypnotized as their ability to relax and listen are usually developed by this time. Parents or guardian should accompany the child in the session. With children under 5, I prefer to do EFT with as it is very interactive and they do not need to concentrate.
What can hypnotherapy help with?
Hypnotherapy can help both mentally and physically and in all respects. It can create positive and powerful changes to one's life.
Also, hypnotherapy can help clients who do not really know or understand what problems they are experiencing. It can help to overcome that feeling of being unsettled, unhappy and unsure of how to change things.With the help of Agnieszka, people become more focused, confident, calmer, relaxed and in control.
Symptoms could be habitual, behavioural, emotional or even physical. It would be impossible to list all of the areas that can be successfully helped by Hypnotherapy, as new areas in health challenges are consistently being added to the list.
The following are just some examples:
|- Unwanted Habits
- Headaches and Migraines
|- Memory Loss
- Nail Biting
- Pain Relief
- Physical Healing
|- Relationship Issues
- Chronic Conditions
|- Lack of Motivation
- Abuse Issues
|- Lack of Purpose
|- Lack of Concentration
|- Past lives
|- Spiritual Hypnosis
- Attitude and Perception