Hypnosis is a state of concentrated, focused attention or trance that may or may not include relaxation. During this altered state, you’re more open to learning about aspects of yourself that your conscious mind may resist. Entering into a state of hypnosis is completely normal, with many people unknowingly achieving it throughout their day. When we “zone out” or “day dream”, we are actually in hypnosis. Many people enter hypnosis while watching movies, listening to music, and even driving.
While in a hypnotic state, we can release our conscious mind, allowing our subconsciousness to become more suggestible and open.
All of our feelings, thoughts, patterns, behaviours, beliefs and perceptions are driven by our subconscious mind and are the results of experiences we’ve had from a young age or the traumatic events in our lives. The good news is that these perceptions and belief’s can be completely transformed. Thanks to Hypnotherapy, we can change our behaviours and our lives for the better.