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Hypnosis is a naturally occurring state of awareness during which a person is more inclined to accept outside suggestions. The hypnotic state heightens memory and perceptions and can act as a catalyst toward rapid healing, enhanced creativity, and countless other beneficial changes.

Most hypnosis clients describe the state as extremely pleasant, deeply relaxing, and euphoric. The most common feelings reported by hypnosis clients include the following:

  • Deep relaxation
  • A slight tingly or numb feeling
  • A feeling of heaviness or a sensation of floating
  • A desire to swallow more obvious than when fully conscious
  • Slight body twitches
  • Eye fluttering
  • A noticeable change in breathing

Generally speaking, the client hears and remembers 50-100% of what is said during a session and is very aware of his/her own body and breathing, as well as of the temperature and sounds in the room.

Approximately 90% of the people who experience hypnosis report that they are actually more aware, rather than less aware, when hypnotized. Nearly 10% of the public goes so deeply into hypnosis that they have no memory of the session. Most clients can hear and remember most of their hypnotic experience.

The hypnotic state automatically occurs any time a person becomes deeply relaxed or highly focused. Hypnosis can occur when a person spaces out while driving a car, reading a book, or watching a movie. A professional hypnotherapist can prompt and regulate the hypnotic state in individuals and help facilitate desired changes through the use of properly worded hypnotic suggestions. These can be given in specified recordings, such as a stop smoking recording.

A person that is under hypnosis is not "asleep" - in fact they are more aware of what is taking place than usual. Contrary to popular belief, hypnosis is not a sleep state or a state of unconsciousness. You are completely awake and completely aware.

You cannot be hypnotized against your will. You must be 100% cooperative in order to be hypnotized. During hypnosis you may choose or refuse any suggestion given in line with the client's needs and desire. Hypnosis is one of the most pleasant and natural therapies available. It puts YOU in charge of your own mind and your outcomes.

Hypnosis can be used for virtually any condition. It is useful for people who are interested in eliminating undesirable habits. Depending on your personal goals, you can receive behavior therapy through stop smoking recordings, weight loss recordings or stress reduction recordings.

After emerging from hypnosis, a person should remember and be more likely to act on the suggestions from the recording. A person who listened to a stop smoking recording will, for example, avoid buying a pack of cigarettes at the store; a person who listened to a weight loss recording will be less apt to snack on fatty foods; a person who listened to a stress reduction recording will be more likely to take breaks while they’re working.

The most common conditions hypnotherapy is used for include:

Hypnosis is absolutely safe because the client is always in total control. There is no possibility of being manipulated because the session may be stopped at any time merely by opening one's eyes.

How many sessions a client needs will depend upon the client's motivation and the type of therapy the client is seeking. The number of sessions required depends upon how quickly an individual can process, or put into action, the information presented to them.

In many cases only one session is necessary. A session typically lasts between 45 minutes to one hour. Your hypnotherapist will want to discuss your concerns and what you expect from a hypnotherapy session or what type of therapy you are seeking.

Once the client and hypnotherapist decide the best therapy choice, the hypnotherapist will suggest an appropriate number of sessions to attain your desired goal.

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