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Hypnosis FAQ's

1. What is hypnosis?
2. Conscious vs. Subconscious Mind
3. How can it help?
4. How effective is it?
5. Can I be hypnotized?
6. What does hypnosis feel like?
7. Will I tell secrets?
8. Can I get stuck in hypnosis?
9. Some Famous Users of Hypnosis

1. What is hypnosis?

Hypnosis may be defined as a process which produces relaxation, distraction of the conscious mind, heightened suggestibility and increased awareness, allowing access to the subconscious mind through the imagination. It also produces the ability to experience thoughts and images as real.

Simply put, all hypnosis is really self-hypnosis, a natural state of focused concentration and relaxation. It is an experience similar to when you drift off to sleep, not fully asleep, and not fully awake.

"Your ability to relax is in direct proportion
        to your ability to trust life."

                                                   - Unknown

2. Conscious vs. Subconscious Mind
  Conscious Mind
* Looks / Listens / Learns
* Reasons / Judges
* Analyzes / Criticizes
* Accepts or Rejects

  Subconscious Mind
* Runs all bodily functions.
* Stores memories, emotions, habits, skills, abilities,
   imagination & creativity.
* Directs use of energy & fulfills goals.
* Acts upon ones beliefs, perceptions & judgments.

"If you want to know what your true beliefs are
- take a look at your actions."
                                              - Unknown
3. How can it help?
Hypnosis can bring great benefits to your life - more energy, better health, lasting peace of mind, success and happiness!

An individual is empowered and gains greater control over their own life, whether it be by overcoming personal problems, resolving relationship issues, defeating health challenges, self-improvement and much much more!

4. How effective is it?
Hypnosis works in direct proportion to the level of a persons motivation or readiness to change. If one believes in the process, follows the steps, accepts suggestions created for the purpose of achieving the desired goals, and consistently practices techniques that  are taught, success is achieved.

"Our environment, the world in which we live and work,
       is a mirror of our attitudes and expectations."
                                                                                - Earl Nightingale

"You can have, do, or be more."
       - 'The Attractor Factor'

5. Can I be hypnotized?
Yes, most of the population can be hypnotized. We all go in and out of hypnosis every day. If you've ever driven somewhere not remembering part of the journey, daydreamed, lost yourself in a good book, or didn't notice someone entering the room while  glued to the TV set, you were in a light state of hypnosis.

The question is not whether one can be hypnotized, the question is how to get out of the negative trance of attitudes, beliefs, perceptions and habits that are keeping one in an unhealthy state whether on a physical, emotional, mental, or spiritual level.

6. What does hypnosis feel like?
There are different levels of brain activity during hypnosis - light, medium & deep. You may stay at only one level or experience all levels during the hypnosis session. Physical sensations vary in each individual. You may hear every word spoken, or only sporadically as you shift from one level of hypnosis to another. If you are in deep hypnosis you will not remember hearing anything, but your subconscious mind is always listening. It is a unique experience for each and every individual.

7. Will I tell secrets in hypnosis?
You will not say anything you do not wish to say. You are the one in control and you cannot be made to do anything that does not agree with your core values.

8. Can I get stuck in hypnosis?
No. You will be able to emerge from hypnosis at anytime you choose.

"Everything is energy directed by your thoughts."
- 'The Attractor Factor'
9. Some Famous Users of Hypnosis:

  Albert Einstein (physicist/philosopher)               Carl Jung (psychiatrist)      
  Aldous Huxley (author)                                     Thomas Edison (inventor)
Jackie-Kennedy-Onasis                                      Mozart (composer)
  Sir Winston Churchill                                        Henry Ford (inventor)
  Nikola Tesla (inventor)                                      Chopin (composer)
  The Russian Olympic Team                               Tiger Woods (golf pro)
  Matt Damon (actor)                                           Jack Nicklaus (golf Pro)
  Ben Affleck (actor)                                             immy Connors (tennis pro)

Hypnosis has been accepted by the American Medical Association
as a valid form of treatment since 1958.