Hypnosis and its Therapeutic Benefits
The mind is the main control center of your whole body. Whatever it sets out unto itself will affect your whole system – inside and out. If you only know how to operate it and steer it to your command, the possibilities are endless!
Experts – from mystics to scientists –agree that this main control center can be controlled and harnessed through meditation, visual suggestion and mind exercises done through HYPNOSIS.
Hypnosis is a procedure that taps into your subconscious, putting you in a state of a trance that would bring you under extreme suggestibility.
This means that through hypnosis, you can be “fed” suggestions about your personality, habits, behavior, and way of thinking that can influence your life immensely.
Did you know that …
Psychologists use hypnosis to calm and soothe people who are in a state of trauma or are nervous.
Medical practitioners use hypnosis as anesthesia – surgeons during surgery, dentists during tooth procedures, and doctors and midwives during childbirth.
Post-surgery or post-operation, hypnosis is also used to prevent infection or unpleasant side effects.
Mental health professionals use hypnosis as part of the therapy for patients with psychological conditions.
Hypnosis is used to help both patient and doctor understand health and mental conditions, the causes and possible course of action to be taken.
Hypnosis is used to curb problem habits such as smoking, eating disorders, or unpleasant behavior.
Hypnosis is effective in dealing with psychosomatic problems or physical illness that can be rooted from a psychological condition.
Learning ability, physical performance and social attitudes can be improved through hypnosis, too.
Hypnosis is also being used by the legal system in aiding crime investigation.
Throughout history, across religious and professional boundaries, hypnosis has been used extensively and utilized in improving people’s lives. Who knows, the next life to change might be YOURS!
In this light, I am providing this book to help you see how not only you can benefit from hypnotherapy but so can you clients. Understand hypnosis – what’s true and what’s not
Along with providing services to individuals, the platform will also include a means of productive collaborations with other therapists who want to use hypnosis and NLP as an adjunct to other counseling strategies such as cognitive behavioral therapy and techniques.