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A focused state of attention to consciously use the subconscious mind to promote or create change and to increase deep relaxation.
Hypnosis is a gentle, easy method to use to move through past traumas or symptoms that affect your functioning. Some symptoms I treat with hypnosis include:
Anxiety, fear, phobia
Negative thinking patterns
Generational trauma, strained parent-child relationships
Anger, rage, irritation
Overeating, binge eating, or under eating, managing weight or diet
Physical pain, medical issues such as cancer
Can I be hypnotized?
Yes. Hypnosis is a natural state of mind. You may have experienced a hypnotic state is daydreaming, losing track of time watching a show/movie, or zoning out during the drive home. You are awake and conscious, but in a natural, focused trance.
What does it feel like to be hypnotized?
Each person's experience is different, but commonly it is similar to that dream-like stage right before you wake, before you open your eyes.
Is hypnosis mind control?
Short answer: No.
Long answer: A person cannot be hypnotized unwillingly, so you will not follow directions against your wishes when in trance. You continue to hear me, even talk with me, and you will reject any ideas that are not in agreement with your own morals, ethics, and welfare.
Am I Asleep or Unconscious?
No. The word “sleep” is often used, but you are not asleep or unconscious. You hear everything that is said and you are aware at all times.
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