What is Hypnosis?
Hypnosis is a voluntary trance-like state derived of extreme relaxation and inward attention through focused concentration. It is considered by some to be an altered state of consciousness.
How does it work?
At any given moment, multiple sensory distractions of sights, sounds, and touch combined with multiple competing thoughts often prevent our mind from using its full potential when considering a problem, idea, or issue. When the mind is fully concentrated and focused, the self is better able to tap into and utilize the full extent of their mental power to resolve questions, make personal changes, and better manage their life. As a result, hypnosis and self-hypnosis allow people to use more of their potential and gain better insight and self-control.
Can anyone experience hypnosis?
Everyone has experienced a form of hypnosis or trance at one time or another. If you’ve ever been lost in thought, or completely absorbed while reading a book or watching TV, and lost track of time or failed to hear someone talking to you—-you were in a trance-like state.
Clinical hypnosis enables you to reach this state through the guidance of a certified Hypnotist. It will focus your mind on the issues and challenges you want most to bring to your full attention.