Hypnosis feels differently to everyone.

People generally feel very relaxed, alert, and safe. Some people feel light and floaty while others feel nothing at all.

Hypnosis is not sleep. It’s a state of focused attention and you are awake in both Alpha and Theta-wave states.
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Motivation

Q: How does hypnosis cause these changes?

A: Behavior is affected when beliefs shift.

Beliefs shift when you rewire your subconscious mind.

Hypnosis is one of the best ways to quickly, effectively and safely bypass the limits of your conscious mind (which acts as a gatekeeper of information), and gain access to the subconscious mind. This is where the real changes take place.

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Hypnosis impacts willpower because it rewires your beliefs.

Beliefs are the real driver of behaviors and many of them reside in your subconscious mind.

Beliefs are the command center and willpower is the front-line soldier. Hypnosis helps to reorganize your command center so that commands are positive, productive and aligned. That way, both beliefs (subconscious mind) and willpower (conscious mind), are acting in concert with one another to give you maximum traction.

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Benefits of self hypnosis

Self hypnosis is all about intention and focus.

When you intend to take yourself into self-hypnosis, you will!

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Motivation

Hypnosis works well to improve motivation and resolve the real cause of the problem.

In many cases, motivation is blocked by conscious fears, which we call anxiety. An example might be, “It makes me nervous to socialize with people I don’t know well” (because I’m overweight and self-conscious).

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Anger

(This article was inspired after reading an article by Patrick Walker and Jayashri Kulkarni of Monash University in Melbourne, Australia)

Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a highly stigmatized condition. BPD individuals (75% of whom are female), may be better served when BPD is thought of as a complex response to trauma rather than a static personality condition.

The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-V) does not mention trauma as a diagnostic factor in BPD. Relabeling would provide a sense of hope that trauma can be resolved, which the current labeling does not offer.
Hypnosis utilizes focused awareness, which helps people bypass limiting mechanism and get to the root of trauma in order to resolve it.

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It is incredibly effective!

I’ve been providing online hypnotherapy since pre-Covid because it’s so economical, convenient, and private.

There is no degradation in the efficacy or quality of interaction when conducting online hypnotherapy.

Clients benefit from online hypnotherapy because:

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Anxiety

Hypnotherapy is a great modality for neutralizing anxiety and getting unstuck, which is often linked to repetitive thoughts.

The reason thoughts can be repetitive, is because they’ve become “attached” or “linked” to an event. The emotions from that event are often unconscious – below the surface of your day-to-day radar.

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Give yourself a suggestion anytime you want!

I often recommend to my clients however, that they practice their hypnotic suggestions upon awakening and just prior to closing their eyes at bedtime, plus one other time. This is called self-hypnosis and I always teach my clients how to use this technique, known as 7th Path. It is a combination of affirmation, prayer and meditation and works with any belief system.

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Dreaming

Everyone has access to infinite imagination and everyone has the capacity to dream.

In the dream state, whether it’s REM or NREM (non-REM, Slow-Wave, Delta or N3), your ability to navigate non-physical realms is unlimited. Ever dreamed that you were flying? Have you ever encountered a loved one or pet in your dreams who is no longer physically alive? Just about anything is possible in dreams, so whether you normally have a vivid imagination or not, the impossible seems possible.

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