Hypnosis

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Here are some of the many areas where hypnosis might be able to assist you in making positive life changes:

 

  • Reducing stress/anxiety
  • Self-esteem and confidence
  • Infertility
  • Relationship strengthening
  • Insomnia
  • IBS/Crohn's Disease
  • Releasing phobias and fears
  • Weight management
  • Grief work
  • Sports performance 
  • Personal/spiritual growth
  • Releasing Anger
  • Study enhancement
  • Smoking cessation
  • Migraine headaches
  • Pain management
  • Nail biting
  • Obsessive shopping
  • Sexual dysfunction
  • Past life regressions
  • Motivation
  • Enhancing sales performance
  • and much more...
     
     

Does hypnosis really work?

Yes, it really works.  The power of transformation comes from within you.  If you are ready to change habits or master an issue in your life, hypnosis makes it easier.  Hypnosis is an effective way to modify behaviors/beliefs/patterns that consciously you have not been able to conquer.  Hypnotherapy enables the subconscious mind to agree with the conscious mind.  Hypnosis can stop that negative self-talk that can sabotage your desired transformation.

 

How many sessions will it take?

​This depends on the client and the issue.  Some issues can be effectively mastered in one session.  Other issues may take more sessions.  In the initial interview we can determine the number of sessions required to achieve your desired outcome.

 

How does it work?

​Hypnosis is a guided visualization technique that communicates with the subconscious mind while the conscious mind is in a relaxed state. Hypnosis allows the conscious mind to be quiet while accessing the subconscious mind.  A hypnotic state has the same brain waves as when you are falling asleep.  Hypnosis can feel very similar to falling asleep (even though you don't really go to sleep).  When accessing the subconscious directly, suggestions that fit within a person's belief system can be accepted as new reality.  Hypnosis enables the subconscious mind to agree with the changes the conscious mind wants to make.  Your patterns, habits, behaviors, and beliefs are all stored in your subconscious mind.  Your conscious mind may know what you want to do to change something but it is working against the subconscious mind that keeps repeating the patterns, habits, behaviors, and beliefs.  Hypnotherapy gets the subconscious mind to agree with the conscious mind.

 

Can you make me do something I don't want to do?

No. The suggestions given to the subconscious mind have to be in agreement with a person's moral belief system otherwise the suggestion will be rejected.  You are always aware while in an hypnotic state.  You are always in control.

 

What is a typical session like?

​A typical session lasts approximately 60-90 minutes.  We start with an interview to discuss the issue and desired outcome.  The actual hypnosis is approximately 30 minutes.  It is a guided visualization technique that leads to deep relaxation.

 

Can anyone be hypnotized?

​Most people can be hypnotized.  It is likely that you have already experienced some form.  For example, watching television or driving a car can cause trance like states.  How many times have you experienced "highway hypnosis" in which you do not remember the drive home?

You can achieve a deeper level of trance with practice.  Major transformations can be achieved in light, medium, and deep levels of hypnosis.

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DISCLAIMER: Information you receive from any sessions with Rob or the Healing Frequency practitioners is for personal or entertainment purposes only. It is NOT intended to replace any medical, legal, psychological, or other professional advice. Rob, the Staff of The Healing Frequency will not be held responsible for decisions or actions made by anyone based upon services, consultations or communications received.  Clients are expected to be held responsible for the choices and actions they make.