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Hypnotherapy is generally used as a gold standard to facilitate deep healing in your body and subconscious mind. Hypnosis therapy uses guided relaxation, intense concentration, and focused attention to achieve a heightened state of awareness. The hypnotized person’s focus becomes so selective that the only thing he or she will be able to focus on will be specific thoughts or tasks, set by the therapist, and this susceptibility brings subconscious change in behaviors and feelings. The reason why hypnotherapy is so effective is because it directly influences the subconscious mind, which is a much, much bigger part of our psyche with 95 percent of our brain activity coming from here and only 5% from our conscious mind.
Most people associate hypnosis with nothing more than stage and party tricks. This could not be further from what hypnosis, as hypnotherapy, can actually accomplish. Hypnotherapy is a well-established healing technique for a variety of mental and physical ailments. Hypnosis can be used lessen the symptoms of a variety of physical disorders, drawing attention to just how much power the mind has over the body. It can be used to effectively relieve pain from arthritis, migraines, fibromyalgia, as well as pain from a serious injury.
Hypnosis can relieve stress, treat phobias, cure sleep disorders, lessen feelings of anxiety and depression, improve memory, help with feelings of grief and loss, and improve emotional stability. Hypnosis can also be used to help people lose weight and to overcome addictions by training the mind and the body to crave less food or to stop craving an addictive substance. It is known to be the most effective methods to stop chain smokers from smoking immediately. Hypnosis is an effective tool for connecting with one's soul and one's purpose. It can even be used for dream work and for looking into one's past lives for sources of trauma which may be affecting them today.
A hypnotherapist is not only someone who is trained at inducing a hypnotic state, but also in helping people work through any problems that they may be experiencing. Once they have successfully hypnotized a client, a hypnotherapist will use a variety of techniques to instill a sense of positive inner motivation for change. Clients leave the best hypnotherapists feeling less burdened and better able to cope with their challenges.
Hypnotherapy can be done remotely, and it’s just as effective through video sessions. You can also purchase our guided hypnosis audios or subscribe to get these free each month.
On this page on Begin to Heal, you can
(1) book a remote video session on our site itself or an in-person New York with a trusted Hypnotherapist
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