The art of hypnosis is an ancient practice utilised thousands of years ago that is still effective today. What can hypnotherapy can help with? Hypnosis activates new possibilities and alleviates pain, suffering, stresses, old limiting beliefs and toxic conditioning, empowering you to make life-enhancing changes.
“Wherever the mind goes, the body will follow” – Dr John Souglides
As Eastern Medicine reveals, emotional disease can manifest as a physical disease. A healthy body is the product of a healthy emotional-mental approach and attitude. Therefore, the saying, “We are our minds,” is very true.
Old negative patterns may manifest in the physical body as physical pains without knowing where the ache physically originated from. Likewise, your emotional well being is linked to matters of the heart. Challenges faced often include lack of self-love, emotional pain, loss, feeling unloved, rejected, alienated, victimised or abandoned.
Past events that have led to shock, trauma and PTSD responses can wreak havoc on our emotional states. All of this negative input can affect our lives in the present, manifesting as some of the challenges and burdens we face in our relationships with ourselves and others.
Read on to discover how hypnotherapy addresses a broad spectrum of behavioural issues and unhealthy habits.
How Hypnotherapy Works For Anxiety
Some people experience anxiety build-up gradually over time, but for others, it comes on suddenly due to a life-changing incident. Anxiety makes many daily tasks and routines difficult, preventing you from enjoying life as you once did. For some people, anxiety presents itself as a sense of negativity or lack of confidence.
There’s a simple way of explaining how hypnotherapy works for anxiety. Hypnotherapy helps change perspective by resolving the thoughts and behavioural reactions that create your anxieties, allowing you to relax and stop the cycle of negative thinking and dread while also increasing your confidence and self-esteem.
Will Hypnotherapy Help Me Lose Weight?
As we get older, our metabolisms slow down, and unhealthy eating patterns, insomnia and stress all contribute to weight gain. You may ask, “Will hypnotherapy help me lose weight?” Hypnosis can improve the efficacy of your diet and exercise routines alone by influencing the ability to change habits like overeating and reshape thoughts surrounding self-acceptance, confidence and motivation.
How Many Hypnotherapy Sessions Are Required To Stop Smoking?
When a person seeks help from a hypnotherapist for smoking or nicotine addiction, they have often attempted to stop using varying methods. Although these other methods may help, hypnotherapy yields profound results. In one study, up to 48% of participants reported quitting smoking after a year.
But just how many hypnotherapy sessions are required to stop smoking? The most honest response I can give you is that it all relies on your degree of determination, dedication and willingness to accept responsibility for your results.
In general, a normal course of hypnosis treatment for smoking cessation involves a fact-finding consultation, a customised schedule of hypnotherapy sessions depending on how many years you have been smoking, and concludes with follow-up and support sessions.
Addressing All Aspects Of The Human Condition
Although I have just spotlighted three ways in which hypnotherapy has the ability to create positive outcomes in your life, there are far more ways in which it can help. These include:
- Anger management
- Depression or suicidal tendencies
- Sleep deprivation, insomnia and sleep paralysis
- Chronic pain management
- Overcoming grief and managing bereavement
- Relationship, intimacy and sexual identity-related issues
- PTSD, shock and trauma responses
- Various addictions
- Improved work or study performance
If you’ve identified any of these challenges in your life and would like to know precisely what hypnotherapy can help with, do not hesitate to take the first step. Reach out to me directly. My passion for the captivating art of hypnotherapy goes beyond the academic. It stems from sincere compassion for people and their well-being.