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Hypnotherapy Services

Hypnotherapy, when integrated with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Metaphysics, and Life Force Energy (Reiki), underpinned by a profound comprehension of their interconnection, plays a significant role in harmonizing the mind, body, and spirit.

Age Regression Therapy (ART) requires creativity, adept improvisation, and tapping into the subconscious mind's extensive archive of thoughts, knowledge, experiences, emotions, and imagination, fear included. It allows an individual to become open to uncovering repetitive and conditioned patterns, events, trauma, and memories that are hidden from our daily analytical, left-hemisphere mind. The process starts by triggering sensitizing events. By accessing the subconscious mind's wealth of memories and information, one can reshape a more favourable outcome and construct a more agreeable memory for their future life.

Addictions, whether it's smoking, engaging in toxic habits, alcoholism, gambling, substance abuse, or certain eating patterns, often follow a similar trajectory. Being labelled with an addiction, either by oneself or medically by society, can become a part of one's identity. This piece of information could be significant: once labelled, you might start to embody that label, turning life into a masquerade where even you may lose sight of who is behind the mask. Our self-perception is shaped by the distorted views others have of us. However, this identity can be transformed simply by affirming who you aspire to be, claiming your true identity, and allowing yourself to become exactly that.

 

Depression can manifest as anxiety, stress, overthinking, repetitive patterns, sleep disorders, fear-based thoughts, and phobias. These often occur when we are out of alignment with our true selves. Frequently, it's because we aren't expressing our truth, or attempting to meet the expectations of society, family, or other influences in our lives. In fear of hurting or disappointing others, we ultimately hurt and disappoint ourselves. We find ourselves living a life that is misaligned with what our inner "soul self" truly wants and desires for us.

 

We often neglect the innate gifts of creativity we possess, allowing them to lie dormant within us, obstructing life's energy flow. Our suppressed emotions and the fear of revealing our true selves are permeating our body's tissues and muscles, causing increased pain and stress. These must be liberated and realigned with our authentic selves, without any apologies.

How can Hypnotherapy benefit me?

Hypnotherapy is a therapeutic technique that employs hypnosis to help treat certain symptoms or health conditions. It operates by inducing a state of hypnotic awareness, characterized by an alert yet relaxed state, enabling individuals to turn their attention away from external distractions and concentrate on internal thoughts and sensations.

Hypnosis is a trance-like state characterized by increased attention, concentration, and suggestibility. Although often likened to sleep, it is more accurately described as a state of focused attention, enhanced suggestibility, and intense imagination.

 

Attention is the ability to actively process specific information in the environment while tuning out other details. Attention is limited in terms of both capacity and duration, so it is important to have ways to effectively manage the attentional resources we have available to make sense of the world.

 

People in a hypnotic state often seem sleepy and zoned out, but in reality, they are in a state of hyper-awareness. All hypnosis is self-hypnosis.


Despite numerous myths and misconceptions, hypnosis is a genuine process that serves as a therapeutic tool. It has been demonstrated to offer medical and therapeutic advantages, particularly in alleviating pain and anxiety. There are also indications that hypnosis may lessen the symptoms of dementia.

It is occasionally incorporated into treatment plans for phobias and various anxiety disorders. Additionally, it may be employed for pain management, weight reduction, smoking cessation, and an array of other purposes.

 

Anxiety disorders are clinically recognized as serious mental illnesses that lead to substantial worry or fear that persists and may intensify over time. While occasional anxiety is a common experience, anxiety disorders involve persistent anxiety that significantly disrupts quality of life.

 

I feel that anxiety can be distilled into a single word: FEAR. This emotion is as potent as LOVE, yet it is its antithesis. It represents a lack of self-love, a sense of being unsafe and insecure, whether with oneself, others, or one's surroundings. This could stem from a traumatic event in childhood, or perhaps from past lifetimes. Such fear is passed down through our DNA, generation after generation. Until we acknowledge this and uncover the root cause, it will continue to be a catalyst for fear, shaping our responses to various situations and life overall, thus influencing the level of happiness and joy we permit in our lives, all without the need for numerous acronyms and labels.

 

For instance, PTSD, or post-traumatic stress disorder, is linked to a past event that triggered a state of fear—fear that your life was in danger or fear of the unknown. Then there's STRESS/ANXIETY, which can be described as the anticipation of the worst-case scenario replaying in your mind. This can be so intense that your body physically manifests these narratives, leading to illness. The subconscious cannot differentiate between reality and fiction; it simply responds to the commands dictated by the deep-seated thoughts in your mind. This cycle of deep, repetitive thinking generates the emotions you experience, which in turn create what? Precisely, FEAR!

 

The first step to overcoming this is to believe that you are the master of your mind, not a slave to your thoughts. Fear is a primary category with many subcategories associated with it.

 

Among these subcategories are jealousy, depression, sadness, illness, obsession, trauma, addictions, abuse, anger, self-love and confidence deficits, negative looping cycles, repeating patterns, and fear of change. Anxiety is the effect; the cause is invariably FEAR.

Finding the root of these fears is precisely what hypnotherapy can help you achieve. Once identified, experienced, acknowledged, and either released or replaced with an intentionally new memory, its influence diminishes. While it may seem straightforward, there is a process involved in uncovering that root cause.

 

With my system, grounded in research and practice, I am confident in guiding you to that cause, thereby altering the effect, in line with Einstein's theory of cause and effect.

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