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We go through a hypnotic state several times a day. It’s that relax feeling before falling asleep. Or, when we drive our car while thinking about our problems only to realize once we’ve reached our destination that we don’t fully remember the road we’ve driven to get there.  Hypnosis is a natural, safe, quiet, state of mind. Some people may experience sensations of heaviness, lightness of various areas of their body, tingling sensations, or the feeling of being in 2 places at the same time. During a session you are aware, in control and will remember everything. You will not do anything you do not wish to do. This is not a stage trick. Hypnosis is a tranquil state of consciousness. If needed, you can come right out of the hypnotic state.

During a session I will use guided relaxation, intense concentration, and focused attention to achieve a heightened state of awareness that is sometimes called a trance. The individual is placed into a “trance” or altered state of awareness in order to to bypass the critical, analytical, rational thinking mind and get into a heightened state of consciousness or mindfulness. During this higher state of consciousness we can access deep memories for the sake of healing, solving mental and physical health problems. In these sessions, downloads of information and insights from the subconscious mind can enable a person to access their inner potential and achieve positive transformation in their lives. 

People often have “unfinished business” with events in life. Whether is it’s the loss of a loved one, abuse or being bullied in school. The unresolved feelings around such an event can produce strong emotions, such as resentments, regrets, blame, anger, guilt, jealousy, and fear. These emotions get stored in the body and must be released as soon as possible. Otherwise they become deeply buried beneath the surface. If left untreated these stored memories and emotions can manifest as depression, anxiety, addiction and other self sabotaging behaviors.


It is possible that you are part of the small percentage of people for whom hypnosis is very challenging or unattainable. If you have borderline personality or thought or mood disorders (pre-psychotic or psychotic), this is not the therapy for you. However, if are one among the great majority (85 percent of the population) for whom it is viable, here are three guidelines for success:

  • To be hypnotized, you have to want to and believe you can be.

  • You must to be able to relax.

  • Drug, alcohol, or excessive caffeine use before a session will inhibit your ability to be hypnotized.

If you are anxious about being hypnotized or find it challenging to relax into trance, you may want to prepare by doing some self-meditation. The more you practice the easier it will become.

Most sessions an 1 1/2 to 2 hours. It is recommended not to plan anything after the session except rest. Most people resolve their issue in 1 to 3 sessions.

The sessions are meant as complementary and alternative therapy to use in addition to health regimes prescribed by healthcare professionals.
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