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Hypnotherapy is a very pleasant and effective technique for managing anxiety and changing unwanted habits. It is also a powerful tool for achieving your goals.
Similar to daydreaming or that which we experience between sleeping and waking, hypnotherapy is a natural state, simply an altered level of awareness. Hypnosis is usually accompanied by pleasant physical relaxation which in itself is beneficial, especially if the symptoms are induced or aggravated by stress.
Hypnotherapy is used effectively for self help. The guidance of a trained hypnotherapist enables you to communicate with your unconscious mind, encouraging it to discard old unwanted habits and replace them with new positive, enjoyable ones.
Hypnosis is a two-way activity. It requires the full co-operation of the client for it to be successful. The client must:
a) Want it to happen
Hypnosis is often extremely beneficial in the relief of pain, and also for helping you to relax, or in enabling you, should you wish, to talk freely about inner conflicts which you might find too embarrassing or difficult to speak of in a normal state of consciousness
There are no tricks in hypnosis and there is no magic wand that will make you stop smoking, or stop you feeling panic attacks, or cure your headaches, but the relaxation which it gives you will help you to achieve all or any of those ends, if you wish to do so. It is important to note that no one can be hypnotised against their will and no one can be forced to do things while hypnotised that they do not want to do.
What can it treat?
Hypnotherapy has proved successful in many areas from stress management to gaining confidence and self-esteem. It can help with taking charge of unwanted habits, ease the difficulties that might be faced with weight control or giving up smoking.
© 2006 Mona Mckinlay