Hypnosis is a tool for self-improvement, to make changes the person wishes to make, or to eliminate fears or habits. It is not sleep, but a deep relaxation which allows you to access your subconsious mind. All hypnosis is self-hypnosis. A trained hypnotist is the facilitator for any change.
Hypnosis relaxes the conscious part of the mind, which allows the subsconscious mind to open and receive positive suggestions and lasting change. We rely on our conscious mind to provide information only ten percent (10%) of the time. Our subsconscious mind provides 90 percent (90%) of our information. You remain in complete control at all times. You will not tell secrets, do anything against your will, or lose consciousness.
Hypnosis is used to help everyday people with everyday problems. Hypnosis can be beneficial for almost everyone. Only a few people on medications, with low IQ, or an inability to concentrate will find obtaining a hypnotic state challenging.
Some of the benefits include weight loss; smoking cessation; healing/reducing pain; memory/learning enhancement; boosting confidence; sports performance; grief recovery; sales success; improving mood; job success; anxiety/stress release; finding peace, joy, and happiness; and stroke recovery.
The mind is always listening, which explains why hypnosis is so effective. It is a safe and effective medium in which you will be aware of everything going on around you. You have the ability to pull yourself out of hypnosis whenever you wish.
Hypnosis feels wonderful. You remember everything, and feel relaxed when your session is completed.