What is it?
Inducing a state of trance in which the mind becomes relaxed, focused and receptive to change.
Positive and reinforcing suggestions can be used to modify and eradicate undesirable behaviour patterns.
What is it ideal for?
- Quitting smoking
- Weight control strategies
- Trauma rehabilitation
- Stress Management
What is Hypnosis ?
Hypnosis is a relaxing, naturally occurring state of mind which happens to us every day. Each time we read a good book, float off into a daydream or see a great movie we are in a natural state of hypnosis.
Have you ever had the experience of making up your mind to do something new and then later found yourself in your old patterns of not actually being able to make the changes? Have you ever made New Year's resolutions that only last a few days?
Change is difficult sometimes because most habits, beliefs and attitudes are maintained and stored in the unconscious mind and most people are trying to change consciously!
Often the unconscious and conscious minds work in totally separate ways and don't communicate with each other. The unconscious communicates differently than the conscious mind, so you can't just tell it what to do in the regular way and expect to get the results you want!
For example, do you have to consciously tell your heart to beat? Or your body to repair itself while you sleep? Your unconscious mind is doing it for you without engaging your conscious mind at all.
How does it work?
For thousands of years people have recognised the power of hypnosis to enhance learning, heal emotional scars, improve performance, change habits and speed up the body's own healing process. However, it was not until the 1950's that science began to recognise and understand the immense power of the unconscious mind.
Orthodox medicine is now beginning to recognise the major role that unconscious or 'psychological' factors play in both illness and in healing.
During hypnosis, direct communication with your unconscious mind can be established. You remain in total control of the situation. The therapist merely guides your mind and body through hypnotic trance, to accept change much more readily. This results in more productive patterns, ideas, attitudes and therefore actions.
If instructed properly, your unconscious mind is the best learning 'machine' that has ever existed.
What is Emotional Defragmentation?
Emotional Defragmentation Correction is an excellent way of clearing out troublesome emotional patterns resting in the subconscious, that have powerful negative effects on the physiology of the body and consequentlyhealth.
Modern life is very stressful, especially in these present difficult and trying times. As we try to get on with juggling our career, personal lives and family responsibilities, we often keep our emotions to ourselves, repressing our feelings and pushing them into the subconscious mind. This can often lead to physical and mental health problems. Old memories and negative issues from the past can block our progress and disturb the body’s delicate equilibrium between the physical, mental and emotional.
We can think of the brain as a computer. How many people use a computer efficiently? Do you ever delete the recycle bin? Or do you keep information in there that you no longer need, want or are ever going to use again. This excess information slows down the computer and uses up valuable space in the memory. The same occurs with the subconscious brain.
An Emotional Defrag done once or twice yearly is an excellent way of helping you to stay in top shape mentally and emotionally.
What is it Ideal For?
- Clearing emotional habits
- Unblocking negative patterns
- Releasing unwanted memories
- Disturbed sleep and Insomnia
- Low Self-Esteem
- Panic Attacks
- Headaches and Migraines
- Tiredness and low energy
- Poor vision
- Frequent aches and pains
- Tight shoulders and neck
- Poor Digestion
- Disturbed bowel Function