What Is Hypnosis?
Many clients rely on hypnosis to “get the edge.” A corporate client used hypnosis to improve his business. In just a few sessions, he was able to shift away from years of habitual over-sleeping, procrastination and frustration then move into a new life of inspired productivity. Hypnosis prompted him to jump out of bed feeling energized, generate new ideas on the way to work, improve his overall business model, call more prospects, network with more clients, improve his home life, plus increase his income.
Another client who was overwhelmed by irrational fears had failed her driving test 3 times. As a last resort, she turned to hypnosis. After just one session, she passed her test easily, effortlessly and was amazed at how relaxed she’d felt.
People sometimes turn to hypnosis as a last resort, to regain control over
their lives. However, those who discover hypnosis early-on recognize its power
for positive change and use it to not only release unwanted emotional or
physical baggage, but accelerate and positively impact their lives in countless
Many clients use hypnosis to explore consciousness through modalities such as past life regression, inter-life regression, or future life progression. Historical research using past life regression is the focus of Elizabeth Rose’s next book.
Does Hypnosis Feel Like?
During a webinar, a fellow hypnotist in Virginia, Jason Linnet, described
how often he hears clients say, “I felt relaxed, but I don’t know if I was
hypnotized.” Indeed, at The Rose Cottage, that’s a frequent comment from
clients. If you know how to truly relax then you already know what hypnosis
• You stay awake
• You’re always in control
• You don’t divulge secrets
• You only do things you want to do
• You can never get “stuck” in hypnosis
Most of us would love to stay stuck in a relaxed state. In fact, you’ll find most hypnotists LOVE being hypnotized by other hypnosis practitioners because it’s all about relaxation, healing and self-improvement. How great is that?!
Scientifically speaking, when you’re in a relaxed state, your brain waves change from what’s known as “Beta” (fully alert) to “Alpha” and “Theta.” Relaxation, Meditation, and Hypnosis all have the same brain wave patterns. Tariq Sattaur, Director of the Ontario Hypnosis Centre once commented that, “Hypnosis is simply meditation with a purpose.” However, hypnosis techniques are designed to assist you to achieve very specific goals and fast results, in whatever areas you wish to improve.
Possible with Hypnosis?
In hypnosis, as in meditation, your body heals faster, you feel more
relaxed, calm, and in control. At the same time, while you’re relaxing, a
trained hypnotist can help you achieve an unlimited number of different
goals. What would you like to achieve? You can release years of stress, improve your
memory retention for exams or public speaking, sharpen your recall to find
things like lost keys or a misplaced wedding ring, improve your confidence,
self-esteem, and power of focus, to name only a few possibilities.
What’s your dream or desired goal? Sit back, relax, and let hypnosis assist you to achieve the results you desire.
One of the best ways to benefit from hypnosis is to become a hypnotist
As a Master Clinical Hypnotist and NGH Certified Instructor, I would be happy to assist you with individual sessions or classes.