What's it Like to be Hypnotized?
Hypnosis is a natural state which we are all very familiar with. Whether you are aware of it or not you go in and out of hypnosis throughout the day. Some days you experience the state of hypnosis more than others and always just upon waking and just before dropping of to sleep we are experiencing the hypnagogic state. It is the wonderful state of complete physical and mental relaxation which is revitalizing and invigorating. Rather than being asleep you are completely awake and in control experiencing a high level of focus and awareness.
Will I get stuck?
All trances end whether formally or by your choice. It is not possible to be stuck. The next time you feel yourself getting stuck in a trance state, for example when a savvy salesperson closing in on the sale and you find yourself unable to say no do this: simply count yourself out from one to five and say “Wide Awake”.
I use positive thinking and affirmations. Why should I use Hypnotherapy?
Hypnotherapy adds an extra dose of effectiveness to whatever form of self help methods you are already using. Hypnotherapy adds extra strength and focus to your already positive use of affirmations by dropping the suggestions into your subconscious mind with laser light focus. For maximum focus and use of your inner power Hypnotherapy can add a turbo boost to reaching your goals of success and positive change. Hypnotherapy is effective, super relaxing, drug free and the most direct approach I know of to reach goals and release outdated modes of behavior. Sometimes people find they reach a plateau when using affirmations, positive thinking etc. Hypnosis may be the missing link which can propel you over the plateau stage.
Are you going to make me howl like a wolf?
My goal working with you as a Hypnotherapist is to help you achieve your goals and successes. You are in complete control of the session at all times and will not ever be asked to do something which is not in alignment with your goals. So the question begs to be asked, “Is your goal to howl like a wolf?”