Hypnosis: A Focused State of Awareness
Hypnosis creates a bridge to the subconscious mind – where the emotions, imagination, memories, habits, intuition, and the regulator of our autonomic nervous system reside.
Hypnosis is being in a deep state of mental and physical relaxation during which you become aware of your thoughts all while communicating with the practitioner.
It is a natural state that we usually go in and out of multiple times during the day; any time you feel you are focused on something in your mind, you immediately enter in a state of hypnosis by shutting out surrounding distractors.
At Home of Wellness, we believe that in order for long-lasting healing and change to occur, it is essential that the subconscious mind is reached. Therefore, we will show you how to overcome obstacles that are preventing you from reaching your goals and change your life in unexpected ways.
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HOW DOES HYPNOSIS WORK?
Hypnosis involves shifting awareness from conscious mind to the subconscious mind by using a heightened state of suggestibility. The subconscious mind is the reservoir of all our thoughts, experiences, learning, and emotions.
Hence, if you are feeling fear, anxiety, anger, frustration, or any kind of blockage being emotional, financial, or even a physical imbalance, the root of the cause is in the subconscious mind. Our Practitioners use Hypnosis to help you tackle the root of the issues rather than the symptom; hence the results shall be transformational.
You will then be able to acknowledge, release, and forgive yourself and others, and integrate/program a new learning and realization state of mind. By doing that, not only will you be able to release the emotional traumas that were formed at some point, but you will also feel empowered to release the emotional burdens and create a safe haven for yourself.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Hypnotherapy is the practice of psychotherapy with a client who is in the hypnotic altered state of consciousness. Hypnotherapy is a powerful way to access the source of distress, like depression and anxiety, and for people to reconnect with dissociated emotions and disowned parts of themselves. Hypnotherapy helps therapists and client get closer to the source of a client’s issues by opening the doorway to their subconscious mind.
Hypnotherapy uses the hypnotic trance as a method for accessing the subconscious. Accessing the subconscious allows therapists to better understand the core reasons that someone’s issues may be manifesting.
Hypnotherapy allows you to tunnel directly down to the subconscious.
Hypnotherapy can be used to treat a wide variety of human illnesses, diseases, addictions, diagnoses, and complaints including depression, PTSD, migraines, smoking, Performance anxiety, Addictions, Weight problems, Anxiety and stress, OCD, Grief, Cancer, Childbirth, Sleep, Dementia, etc.
Yes, Hypnotherapy is often used to treat children that have behavioural disorders and children that have had traumatic events happen to them. Children have also been put into a hypnotic state in order to help police solve crimes in crimes where children have been attacked. Some Hypnotherapists have found that using hypnosis as a method of treating night terrors for children under 10 years old can be more effective than other treatments because putting the children in a deep hypnotic state before bed relaxes their brain enough that they don’t have night terrors.
Hypnosis is perfectly safe. It is not mind-control, brain-washing, unconsciousness or a weird state of mind. When in hypnosis a person is in a natural and highly effective state. You are always in control of the situation and you are never unconscious.