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YES. Hypnotherapy has been in use for thousands of years and has been
developed intensively in the last hundred years to become a very powerful
healing tool. Whilst the medical profession was slow to accept it at
first, it is now recognised as being highly effective and totally safe.
get stuck in a trance?
NO. Hypnosis is a completely natural state; you will experience it up
to 50 time per day. There is no more risk of getting stuck in hypnosis
than there is of getting stuck in sleep.
YES. Hypnotherapy is very effective for all conditions that are rooted
in the subconscious mind. Fears and Phobias, habits, uncertainties, and
many more. Obviously, it can't mend a broken leg but it can be used to
reduce the pain and to speed up healing. For a more
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Is Hypnosis Natural?
YES. The trance
state is perfectly natural; most people enter brief trance states 50 or so
time each day. Typical of these is when you become immersed in a
book or film and that fiction becomes your reality for that time. If you
have ever driven somewhere and realised that you don't remember most of
the journey - you were in trance for the part you can't remember. This is
not dangerous; the subconscious mind is in control during trance, and that
is where learned abilities, such as driving, are stored. It is not the
same as going to sleep! In an emergency, the conscious mind comes back
into play immediately.
be made to do things I don't want to?
NO. The people you see doing daft things in stage performances are
natural extroverts - they WANT to show off! The Stage Hypnotist could not
produce his performance if they didn't.
Sometimes in Hypnotherapy, the therapist misunderstands what the subject
wants, and makes a suggestion which goes against what the subject needs.
This can shock the them out of trance and end the session prematurely.
Make sure you tell the therapist everything; don't hold back.
conditions can it cure?
'CURE' is not a word therapists like to use. Mostly, we help you to
change your habits, the way you look at the world, they way you interact
with other people. The list
is not a complete list, by any means, but should give you an idea of the
wide span of conditions it can be used to help.
What does it feel like?
It's a bit like day-dreaming; slightly detached, drifting. The conscious
mind steps back, or wanders off to think about something else, while the
therapist talks directly to the subconscious. You will be awake throughout
and can listen to what's going on if you want to.
What does it cost?
Costs vary according to treatment. Typically, a single session Smoking
Cessation would be £150 - £250 (with 'free' CD), whereas Weight Reduction
would be from £45 per session over 3 or 4 sessions, or £95 for a single
CDs are MUCH