Hypnotherapy is a complementary therapy that uses hypnosis to make positive changes in order to improve well-being. Think better, feel better, live better.
Hypnotherapy can help you to overcome phobias, stress, anxiety and to give up habits such as smoking or over-eating. It can also improve confidence and empower.
How does Hypnotherapy work?
Hypnotherapy uses hypnosis, which is a totally natural state of trance that we all experience every day without realising it. When we daydream, read a book, sunbathe, we are in fact in a light state of hypnosis. When we are so relaxed in trance, it becomes much easier for the therapy to take place and for us to make changes to our lives, for the better.
Our mind is made up of conscious and subconscious. The subconscious is where we hold all our core beliefs, our memories and automatic responses. The conscious is the practical, logical side of our mind. Sometimes experiences in the subconscious can begin to have a negative effect. With hypnotherapy, it is possible to release those limiting feelings and find solutions. It is a powerful therapy for personal development.
Hypnotherapy is totally unique from any other therapy because it works directly with the subconscious mind, which will only accept beneficial suggestions. It is a fast and effective way to give relief from symptoms because the conscious thought process is bypassed. Other talking therapies can take much longer to achieve the desired outcomes, because they rely on the conscious thought process, dealing with symptoms on an intellectual level, which can often hinder progress.
What is Hypnoanalysis?
We sometimes don’t understand why we feel the way we do, why we react or behave in certain ways, or why we have phobias and fears. Repressed memories do not disappear and are rooted in the subconscious and have a negative effect on behaviour.
Hypnoanalysis works by accessing the root of the problem by revealing the cause, releasing the emotion, and bringing relief. This therapy works well where there is an emotional or psychological element causing symptoms.