Hypnosis is as old as mankind. The old myths and misconceptions about hypnosis have given way to proven, scientifically sound applications. Today, the use of hypnosis is seen in a variety of fields, including medicine, dentistry, law enforcement, professional sports and education.
Our minds work on two levels - the conscious mind and the subconscious mind. We make decisions, think and act with our conscious mind.
The subconscious mind controls our habits. In the relaxed state known as hypnosis, we can communicate directly with the subconscious mind.
This is why it is so quick and easy to change the habits of a lifetime with hypnosis.
For most people they simply feel deeply relaxed. There is a change in the brain wave activity, similar to that time just before sleep when the alpha state is entered. Our brain's waking state is a beta brain wave, just as you are going to sleep it changes to alpha and then to delta and then theta in deep sleep. The alpha state is a very dreamy, pleasant state. During this time the mind is very receptive to suggestions for change. Most people have a limited understanding of the positive results that can be achieved in a professionally controlled hypnosis session.
We are constantly hypnotising ourselves. Sometimes we are our own worst enemy. When we call ourselves names, put ourselves down or reinforce fears and limitations, it can get to be a habit and if you do it long enough, you will develop a belief that will get the results you ask for but not necessarily the results you want.
Our Brains are truly amazing. In order for permanent change to happen, you need to rewire your brain, your mindset, regardless of what issue you need help with. When you change your mind, you will most certainly change your life. Hypnosis can make this change effortless.
I know what can be achieved with Hypnosis because I witness it every day. Your success is my success and it is a great honour and priviledge to play a small part in that.
Hypnotherapy can be successfully applied to a wide variety of conditions and problems some of which are listed below. In the course of Julia's clinical practice, she successfully treated clients with the following issues: