Hypnotherapy offers a powerful way to influence people at both a conscious and an unconscious level in order to improve thoughts, feelings and behaviour.
Hypnotherapy uses hypnosis for a therapeutic healing. It dates from as far back as the Druids, Greeks and Romans but modern hypnotism was first set by Franz Mesmer (1734–1815), a physician from Austria, who used it for medical procedures. So the term mesmerize comes from Mesmer and the word Hypnos is a Greek word for sleep. Common forms of Hypnosis were used as stage entertainment in the nineteenth century but the modern style used now encompasses Hypnosis as a therapy and was developed by Milton H. Erickson (1901-1980), and Dave Elman (1900-1967). Erikson developed an informal form of person centred therapy and Elman bridged the gap between stage hypnosis and hypnosis as a healing therapy.
Hypnotherapy is an extremely effective therapy to use to solve life’s problems as it talks to the part of the mind where all buried and fearful thoughts accumulate. Often, there are so many memories buried so deep that they are difficult to find. For instance, if a spider crawled past you when you were four and your mother screamed, your unconscious mind would have hidden that thought because it scared you. Now, every time you see a spider your unconscious recalls that scream and tells you to be afraid.
By using hypnotherapy, it is often possible to find that memory so that your unconscious can tell your adult self that it was a silly fear. That new thought will then replace the one of your mother screaming and your fear will go away.
A fantastic way to overcome problems, especially buried thoughts, by either figuring out how they got there and trying to change them or imagining a future life without them that could last for the rest of your life. Achieving this will ensure that the future you is in the best mental and emotional place to be, in order to reach the goals they’ve chosen.
Hypnotherapy can change your life and make the positive and dramatic outcomes you’ve always wanted.
Hypnotherapy is strong stuff which is why you should always see a hypnotherapist who has received a qualification that has been independently recognised by The Hypnotherapy Association and is registered with, CNHC = The Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council.