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What is Hypnosis?

Hypnosis is a normal and spontaneous state of mind that all human beings have experienced thousands of times. You have experienced a form of hypnosis if you have:

  • Day dreamed
  • Missed an exit on the highway
  • Cried or become frightened while reading a book or watching a movie

Hypnosis is a naturally occurring state of mind.

During Hypnosis, the conscious mind is somewhat subdued allowing a state of increased suggestibility where you are more likely to accept suggestions towards something you want to improve upon.

How Hypnosis Works

The human mind works on two levels – conscious and subconscious. We use our conscious minds as we go about our day to day business, making decisions, performing physical actions, thinking etc,.

We use our subconscious minds to handle bodily functions we don’t have to think about such as heartbeat, breathing, blinking, feeling pain etc,. It also handles our habits – the actions which are largely under voluntary control but we do without thinking.

It is the subconscious mind that comes into play when under Hypnosis. The conscious mind is merely less interested in what is happening.

Is Hypnosis Right For You?

Our Certified and Licensed Hypnotists focus on helping people who have experienced chronic problems and negative patterns of behaviors with the following alignments:

  • Weight Loss
  • Sugar Addiction
  • Overeating
  • Confidence
  • Anxiety & Fear
  • Sports Performance
  • Workplace Performance
  • Test Anxiety
  • Smoking Cessation
  • Stress

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Common Misconceptions About Hypnosis

Stage Hypnotists

The most common misconception about Hypnosis is from Stage Hypnotists. Many have seen a stage Hypnotist before where the participants were doing silly things on stage. Its important for you to know that who participants doing those silly things actually deep down want the attention, thrill and the experience of the attention on stage – the Hypnotist did not make them do something they don’t want to do. If you recall, there were several people on stage who were either asked to leave stage or got up to leave simply because they did not want to be Hypnotized.

The Hypnotist cannot control you – you remain in complete control. You will not do or say anything you do not want to do or say. Plus, we have no interest in performing Hypnosis for entertainment. Our purpose of Hypnosis is strictly to help you overcome whatever your struggle is – NOT entertainment.

Hypnosis is not sleep.

You will be in a completely relaxed yet alert state. However it is possible if you do Hypnosis in the evening and you are very tired, that you could fall asleep because you will experience an incredible mental and physical relaxation.

You Cannot Get Stuck In Hypnosis

In some situations, patients choose to remain in Hypnosis due how wonderfully relaxed you feel but the second you want to be out of trance, you will come out.

Extremely Basic Example Of What Hypnosis Feels Like

Literally take a few seconds to do this now:

  • Close your eyes and slowly count to 5.
  • That’s it! That is a very basic level of what hypnosis feels like only you will be at least tens times more relaxed after our session, coming out of feeling wonderfully at peace, alert and empowered.

Some people on their first session only go into hypnosis at a light level and will not feel any differently than when in a normal conscious state. However, some go deeper and if they might experience certain subjective sensations such as tingling, heaviness, lightness and extreme relaxation.

If you focus and follow my simple set of instructions, you will get to enjoy a wonderful hypnotic relaxation.

Even if you are someone who has a hard time staying still or relaxing, you can easily be hypnotized if you are open to being hypnotized.

In a nutshell, my Hypnosis sessions are nothing more than getting you into a wonderfully relaxed state to help you awaken the potential of what’s already inside of you.

Before Your Hypnosis Session:

  • Avoid taking any type of stimulants at least 1.5-2 hours before.
  • Use the bathroom.

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Fill out the form below and we will reach out asap to set up your first Hypnosis session!