Shift with Hypnotherapy
Are you feeling blocked towards achieving your goals?
Would you like to improve your health?
Connect on a deeper level to help you achieve your goals and make a shift?
Have you lost a loved one and are grieving this loss?
Work on pain management through hypnosis to be able to take less medication?
Or maybe you simply want to improve your golf game?
Let's get started today so you can brake those patterns and drop the triggers!
There are many misconceptions about hypnosis; that it is like being asleep, unconscious or unaware. Hypnosis is none of these things. Sleep occurs in a deep brain wave state, called Delta. Most people have some awareness of what is taking place in hypnosis and it certainly does not involve in being unconscious. Quite the opposite! People in hypnosis are often in a more hyper focused state.
There are also misconceptions, such as we can be made to do things against our will in hypnosis—that it is a form of mind control. Again, this is not the case. People in hypnosis can typically hear what is being said to them and have choice as to whether they follow suggestions or not. A client can lie in hypnosis, choose what to share and what to keep private, and even choose not to talk at all!
So the state of hypnosis is not as mysterious or foreign to us as some people may think. Throughout any given day, we drift in and out of these deeper brain wave level, or trance, states. For example, sometimes when driving we don’t notice the landmarks we are passing. Or when reading a good book or enjoying a hobby, we might lose track of time. And we have all heard of the athlete or artist who goes into the “zone”. These are all examples of natural trance. On all of these occasions we experience a slowing of the brainwaves. Therefore, hypnosis is something that we experience several times on a daily basis. It is a natural occurrence that all people are capable of.
Model of the Mind and Uses of Hypnotherapy
Model of the mind consists of the conscious and subconscious mind. Between 5 to 10 % of our mind is our the conscious mind. The conscious mind is logical, holds our shorter memory and will power.
Between 90 to 95% of our mind is the subconscious mind. The Subconscious mind is illogical, long term memory, protective, creative, emotional, works by association, and contains beliefs. The subconscious mind is what we are working with. The subconscious mind is trying to protect us from things that did not help or serve us in the past. However, there are things we are holding onto in our subconscious mind that we no longer need and we will be able to release them through hypnosis.
Accessing the subconscious mind can help you to uncover the origins of a symptom and understand where it began, get insight into a symptom, update a belief or change a behaviour.
Uses for Hypnosis:
Anxiety and Depression
Dealing with Stress
Trauma from childhood, a car accident, or workplace bullying
Nightmares or Night terrors
IBS, Crones and other digestive issues
Allergies and sensitivities
Pre and Post- Operative
Anxiety, social anxiety, general anxiety, phobias, PTSD, OCD
Performance Anxiety including athletic, sexual, stage, workplace
Self-Forgiveness and forgiving others
Dealing with stress
Dealing with loss such as death, divorce, retirement, empty nest, break up etc.
Weight Loss and body image (body dysmorphia after loosing a lot of weight)
Developing health habits such as exercising or meditation
Skin pulling or biting
Addictions including but, not limited to: substances, sugar, sex, porn, gambling, shopping, workerism, screen time/social media
Connecting to guides
Study skills and memory retention
Self-Esteem, self-worth, self-acceptance, self-love
Abundance/poverty mindset, manifestation
Using the Law of Attraction
Relationship Challenges such as boundaries and communication
Let's work together to help you live your best life! Contact me for a free 20 minute consultation,