What Is Hypnosis?

Frequently Asked Questions About Hypnosis


What is Hypnosis?
Hypnosis is a deeply relaxed state, by which suggestions bypass the conscious mind and go directly to the inner mind for acceptance.

How will I feel in Hypnosis?
You will feel deeply relaxed and free. Many people feel a lightness or heaviness, most feel a comfortable detachment from life's difficulties.

Will I lose control in hypnosis?
Since Hypnosis is a consent state, you are always in control.

What if I don't wake up in Hypnosis?
Since hypnosis is not sleep, there is no problem.

In Hypnosis will I do or say anything against my will?
You have total control in hypnosis -- always knowing what to say and do.

Will I remember everything said during the session?
The majority of people have total recall -- a few have partial recall.

Do I have to go deep into hypnosis to achieve success?
No. Excellent success can be achieved in light or medium trance (depth of trance has nothing to do with success rate).

How does the Hypnotherapist accomplish the change?
The hypnotherapist acts as a guide, working together with the client to make the desired changes.

How long will the hypnosis last?
The effects of hypnosis can last a lifetime. To ensure your success, follow the direction and techniques of your hypnotherapist and play your reinforcement tapes.

What is the success rate of hypnosis?
Two out of three clients achieve the success that they are looking for and most others achieve at least partial success. A major factor in our clients success is that they have reached the point of readiness and willingness for change.

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