What is Hypnosis?


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Persons under hypnosis are said to have heightened focus and concentration with the ability to concentrate intensely on a specific thought or memory, while blocking out sources of distraction. The term “hypnosis” comes from the Greek word hypnos which means sleep. There is a belief that hypnosis is a form of unconsciousness resembling sleep but contemporary research suggests that hypnotic subjects are fully awake and are focusing attention, with a corresponding decrease in their peripheral awareness and also show an increased response to suggestions.


Treatment with hypnosis is complementary to healing art services.. The hypnotist does not diagnose, cure, or treat in any way, medical conditions, illnesses, or diseases. Hypnosis is not the practice of medicine, psychology or psychiatry, and is not in any way intended to be a replacement for diagnosis or treatment of any complaint or ailment.

Hypnosis can be used for self-improvement, stress, weight, smoking, habit control, fears, focus, sleep,  sports improvement, and much more. Working with the subconscious mind and  making lasting changes easily,

Hypnosis is a tool for clients to find the answers that already exist within themselves. The hypnotist acts as a coach or guide, using positive  motivational suggestions using the client’s words, to bring about self-improvement and personal growth.


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