Hypnosis is a cooperative interaction in which participants responds to suggestion of the hypnotist. Hypnosis is basically putting the client in a trans like state, this state is characterised by heightened awareness and focused attention. The client can always return to his conscious state when asked to by the facilitator or by his own will. The decision to reach this state of consciousness and dwell into their own memories is entirely in the hands of the client and to explore as much is comfortable to him or her. Have you ever been so absorbed with doing an activity that you forget everything else around that?
Let’s do a small activity to understand hypnotherapy. Close your eyes, imagine that you are holding an ice cube, feel its texture, its weight, its temperature, rub it on your palms, around your face, now drop it on the floor and step on it. Feel the cold sensation travelling from the base of your foot to your entire leg, feel the mild shivers it introduces, the slight smile it gets on you face. This is an example how your thoughts have the power to make you feel an experience which you might not be practically experiencing.
There is a strong relationship between our thoughts and the way our body respondsphysically to those thoughts, thus when we restructure our thinking pattern to achieve something, our mind starts forming a strategy to achieve those goals.
As a hypnotherapy facilitator at this centre I aim to help you accomplish your desired goal by programming your subconscious and helping you get rid of bad memories.
When we release our fears and inhibitions, we become a more confident and resilient person which inturn helps us to build strong bonds in our professional and personal relationships.