Most frequent questions and answers
Hypnosis is defined as a state of heightened suggestibility. It is the most effective tool for changing unhealthy habits and behaviors. It is also the most powerful tool I know of to promote change and enhancement of emotions, beliefs, and feelings.
Hypnosis is a naturally occurring state that every human has experienced thousands of times. It is not a form of mind control, or magic. It is a gateway into the power of your sub conscious mind.
No. Hypnosis actually helps you take back control and is a state of mind that requires consent. You will be fully aware of what I am saying during the entire session, and cannot be made to go against your own morals. You will not reveal secrets while in hypnosis.
A common misconception is someone who thinks that they are “too strong-willed” to be hypnotized. When in fact, it’s quite the opposite. The stronger your ability to focus and concentrate, the faster and easier you will go into hypnosis.
You can not get “stuck” in hypnosis although you may wish you could.
Sessions are scheduled for 50 minutes. The hypnotic process is usually 15-30 minutes of our time together.
You will be fully aware of everything I say. Hypnosis simply allows access to that part of your brain which is keeping you from making the changes you desire. You may or may not remember everything I say.