I thought you might want to know what you can achieve in one hour of Hypnosis, so here we go. When I refer to ‘Hypnotherapy’ here I am talking about the advanced Hypnotherapy I offer, along with other therapies like NLP and tapping. I weave these together in the best way for you so you get the best outcome.
You could change years of feeling something
Yes really. My therapies work with the feeling of something, rather than talking about the something. This is because your mind/body stores experiences and maps them all to a feeling. By working with the feeling, you remove the root cause. Remove a life long trauma.
It’s officially a two hour session but the work is done in one session. I’ve got stop smoking down to a fine art. We tap out the craving and desire, use a technique to remove your desire to stop and then top it off with Hypnosis to seal in your resilience and all the benefits of being a non-smoker.
You could remove anxiety
I will explain how although you feel like anxiety has control on you, with a few simple techniques and mindset shifts you can be in control. Again we are working with the feeling here. Some people need two sessions but this is mostly because of their beliefs (which we all have to different degrees). Many people choose to have two sessions because they like to put more ‘good stuff’ in where anxiety was (like confidence for example).
You could remove a phobia like fear of flying
This one is so simple. We tap out the fear and then use Hypnotherapy to set a new scene in your mind of you preparing for your flight, arriving at the airport, getting on the plane and taking off.
You could stop eating sugar
Yes I have had clients give up sugar in one session!
You could have a good night’s sleep
This seems to be a growing problem. It seems to be the people that say they are ‘over thinkers’ or ‘worriers’ that have the most trouble. You can offload a lot of worry in one hour of Hypnosis and many people say they have a really good sleep for the first time in ages after just one session.
You could remove pain
A lot of pain is due to an emotional distress or trauma being stored in the body. Hypnosis is a totally safe way to remove pain that no longer serves a purpose. Particularly effective for fibromyalgia, arthritic pain, chronic pain, old injuries, sciatica, chronic fatigue and back pain.
You could pass your driving test
Many driving test failures are caused by nerves. Hypnosis is very effective for calming nerves and boosting confidence.
You could pass the interview and get the job
Learn how to use your posture to be more confident, how to connect to your inner confidence and retain your train of thought under pressure. You’re hired!
Just one hour can change your life
Yes you can make huge differences in an hour and many people do but we are all different. Some people will want the change so much it’s almost instant. Others need to work through other beliefs of secondary gain before they change. Some people need to take their time and that is fine too. The point I am making in this post is you don’t always need weeks or months of therapy.
The entire premise of my work is to make a difference to how you feel from the first session. But self development is a big area and people very often choose to come back for more sessions so we will look at what else you can achieve in a couple of other blog posts this week.
Please note, weight loss and depression are not quick fixes. I offer a 4 week programme if you want to deal with these.
Book for free consultation today. Text me now 07530 890089 or email me and then we’ll chat 🙂
A question I am asked a lot is what does Hypnosis feel like? And I answer that it is different for everyone.
How Hypnosis might feel
I remember my first Hypnotic experience during an NLP course some years ago. I closed my eyes and was encouraged to connect with myself inside and I had a light trance. I thought wow, that’s interesting!
I trained as a Hypnotherapist pretty soon after that and as a result had a lot of Hypnosis. Which was great! I noticed that I went into deeper and better trances as I allowed myself to and saw the benefit of it. During the training we had to do 50 hours of practice and I noticed that everyone’s Hypnosis experience was different.
How people say Hypnosis feels
Hypnotic experiences can vary greatly from a light trance where someone relaxes for the first time in ages, to a very deep experience. It’s a different feeling to describe but I will use some of the things that my clients have told me to try and explain it to you.
Hypnosis is becoming more and more widely used. More people are recognising that’s it’s a safe way to improve their life. The most common uses of Hypnosis are to help with anxiety, phobias and weight loss. I’ve been using it to treat depression for a number of years.
Something important for people who feel depressed or anxious is to feel something different. And Hypnosis certainly achieves that. When you have felt something different to how you may have felt for a long time, it feels great!
Feelings of Hypnosis
Hypnosis is not sleep. Even though the word ‘sleep’ is commonly used, you are not asleep. You are in a trance but your subconscious mind is actually very alert.
You will feel relaxation in your body and your mind. But relaxation is not the goal of Hypnosis; change is.
You already go into Hypnosis yourself many times a day. You know when you arrive somewhere in the car and think, how did I get here? During running you can go into a trance, when listening to music, watching TV (you know that because you can talk to your kids while they are watching TV and they don’t hear you!).These all examples of trance.
Other feelings of Hypnosis are:
- Being ‘in the zone’ is a form of Hypnosis.
- Daydreaming is Hypnosis.
- The feeling before you go to sleep and you have thoughts and ideas that you might not be able to put into words is Hypnosis.
- Being intently focused is Hypnosis. Especially if your eyes go a bit ‘foggy’ or glazed.
- Hypnosis is your natural ‘reboot’ and a good healthy thing to have and do.
- Whilst in Hypnosis, you will hear what’s going on around you but it won’t bother or disturb you in anyway. You are focussed on your own ‘inside’, not what’s going on ‘outside’.
- It feels nice!
- It feels natural.
- You are in control. You won’t say or do anything that you don’t want to.
- Some people see colours.
- Some people have wonderful memories.
- Some people feel connect with their ‘higher self’ or ‘inner self’.
As much as I love Hypnosis, I think the best bit is afterwards. You will feel lighter and brighter. You will have let go of things that were troubling you and be ready for better things. Some people clear up or accept issues and pain that have been around for years. You may be able to forgive others and yourself and let go of guilt or shame.
You might still feel relaxed afterwards, not to the point where you can’t function because your Hypnotist will have brought you back to full consciousness. But you might have let some issues or emotional baggage go and that can mean to feel a bit tired.
Or you might feel super energised and ready for action! After a recent deep Hypnosis session I spent a week decluttering and organising. So not only did I feel great internally but had loads of focus and drive to get things done. Hoorah!
So you want to know more or book an appointment?
If you want to chat about Hypnosis or you are ready to make an appointment, please do get in touch. Best way is on my mobile 07530 890089