Hypnosis, is it all esoteric or what?

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What if I told you that you are in a state of hypnosis every day?

And that you were completely in hypnosis until about 7 years old? Isn’t it very interesting how we let a word and a perception of that word keep us from trying something new. Something that might really be powerful and help us to live a better life.

Isn’t it fascinating that you were essentially in a state of hypnosis until around the age of seven? It’s intriguing how a single word and our perception of it can hinder us from exploring new opportunities. A tool that could help us to enjoy our lives more.

The term “hypnotic” originates from the French word “hypnotique” and the Latin word “hypnoticus,” meaning inclined to sleep or putting to sleep. Initially, hypnosis was believed to induce a sleep-like state. However, it was later revealed that individuals are not actually asleep during hypnosis, despite the terminology. This misconception led to the creation of hypnosis, with some still associating it with mind control. But what does hypnosis truly do?

Hypnosis is a naturally occurring state that we all experience to varying degrees, depending on our awareness. It utilizes different brainwaves to achieve deep relaxation, which is its primary purpose for me: DEEP RELAXATION.

This relaxation is essential in today’s stressful world, where we often make choices that are not in our best interest. Let’s delve into the brainwaves associated with hypnosis:

Beta: you are awake, thinking, analyzing, and a lot of times overthinking

Alpha: you are daydreaming, reading a book, watching a book or just fully concentrated, everything around you fades into the background, you are more creative, a mild form of hypnosis

Theta: the state utilized in hypnosis, where our subconscious resides, including emotions, habits, beliefs, and automatic functions, inducing deep relaxation

Delta: you are asleep

We transition through these brainwave states daily, moving from sleep (Delta) to waking up (Beta) via Theta and Alpha. Hypnosis is simply a natural state that we can learn to access whenever needed, not limited to bedtime.

It gives us something we all need and that is RELAXATION.

When we are relaxed, we can make better decisions, cope with challenges more effectively, and become more attuned to our bodies and needs. Everything becomes more manageable from a state of relaxation.

Hypnosis shares similarities with meditation but offers a deeper, more relaxing, specific, and efficient experience. 

With practice, you can delve deeper into hypnosis, akin to training a muscle. This deep relaxation fosters a profound sense of grounding, promoting heightened awareness, balance, trust, and acceptance in navigating life.

Everyone deserves a fulfilling life! Since my initial hypnosis session, my life has transformed in unimaginable ways. I’ve gained profound self-awareness, overcome fears and shyness, made empowering choices, established a successful business, and taken on challenges deemed impossible by others. I did things that everyone told me I can’t. I’ve crafted a life that fills me with pride.

How can hypnotherapy benefit you?

The possibilities are endless. Through hypnosis, we can reprogram our brains, fostering a sense of grounding that allows us to navigate life with greater ease and resilience. By delving into our subconscious during hypnosis, we can address various issues, such as smoking cessation, relaxation, childhood traumas, or repetitive patterns in life. It’s a journey of self-discovery and growth.

I encourage you to explore and inquire within. Your subconscious holds the answers when you’re prepared. Challenges are a part of life, regardless of where you are or what you do. Nevertheless, it is an extraordinary journey, and my aim is to advocate for awareness and harmony in the world. If you are ready join me on this journey.

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