The reality is that hypnosis and clinical hypnotherapy are incredibly useful in helping individuals to overcome many annoying or outright disturbing habits and destructive life patterns. Hypnosis’ best use is as an educational process to help clients deal with certain goals and motivations. The client is an active participant and it is through their willingness to circumvent the logical mind in favor of the creative sub-conscious which leads ultimately to their success.
The learning or re-learning process begins with the first hypnosis session. Once hypnotized, the client is encouraged to do self-hypnosis between sessions. The purpose of this is to strengthen the subliminal process and to facilitate the desired life changes. During the first meeting a decision is made by the client and hypnotherapist, as to what goals or achievements are to be directed in the individual’s life. These same goals are then implemented as suggestions during the hypnotic session. Read More→