Hypnosis

90 min sessions

in-person or video call for anyone in the U.S.

A focused state of attention to consciously use the subconscious mind to promote or create change and to increase deep relaxation.

Hypnosis was used in ancient, prehistoric times and by Western records, increased during the 18th century. Here is a brief list of hypnosis uses:

  • Performance Enhancement (test taking, sports improvement)

  • Habit Control or Addiction Issues (smoking cessation, emotional eating)

  • Fear And Phobia Release

  • Medical/Physical Conditions (chronic pain, stress management, insomnia)

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Can I be hypnotized?

Yes. Hypnosis is a natural state of mind. Easy examples 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 frequent feedback is deep physical relaxation, emotional calmness, and mental clarity.

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.

Take this quiz before our first session: 

ARE YOU HYPNOTIZABLE? 

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