Hypnotherapy is the application of hypnosis that is characterised as a rapid intervention healing system combining trance induction, hypnosis deepening with individualised techniques of counselling, verbal healing, energetic healing and spiritual intervention secured by each hypnotherapist uniquely.
Hypnotherapy encompasses a holistic approach to health and healing and your total wellbeing. Within the sessions of hypnotherapy, one may discover hidden memories, talents and resources, latent creativity, new insights, feelings of competence, release of fears or touch of deep emotions.
In hypnosis, the barriers between your conscious and subconscious mind is lowered. The conscious mind is the part of your intelligence that connects you to the outer environment via the five physical senses. It attaches reasons to everything that you do. When you are asleep the conscious mind is inactive and cannot create thoughts. In hypnosis you maintain an awareness of the world around you and become so relaxed and tranquil that you cease to be concerned with the external world. By developing your skills in relaxation, the barriers between the different parts of your mind are partially lowered, and the subconscious mind becomes accessible.
When the subconscious mind becomes available, it activates your right brain and allows imagination, instincts, uncritical acceptance, long-term forgotten memories, origin of emotions, quiet reflection, negate negativity, and powerful thinking to surface. It connects your inner wisdom, facilitates eternality and the now, bridges the gap between here and the gateway, reveals the higher-self and spiritual guides, releases the physiological control of healing mechanisms, ultimately allows you to drop the gross body and experience the energy form of self and access the spiritual world if in superconscious hypnotic state.
In the past decades, hypnotherapy has gradually gained its popularity amongst a wide range of health professionals and scientists, such as dentists, psychologists, psychiatrists, nutritionists, surgeons, and osteopaths. As a result, hypnotherapy is recognised as an effective healing tool nowadays in managing pain, building confidence and relationships, reshaping perceptions, releasing negative emotions, creating new insights as well as changing habits.