Hypnotherapy portsmouth - What is hypnosis and hypnotherapy?
Fears, phobias and irrational behavioural responses are always born from your subconscious mind, hypnotherapy will therefore almost always be a more effective treatment. Your subconscious mind does not argue with, reject, or block positive suggestions like your conscious mind often does. But the subconscious mind is a wonderful gatekeeper, because it will only accept positive suggestions that are in alignment with your beliefs, your values and your ethics. Therefore, you can feel at ease about what suggestions your subconscious mind will accept.
Hypnosis in portsmouth:
Jon Patrick normally performs his hypnotherapy in portsmouth, hampshire but he can also make home vists. Hypnotherapy is a perfectly safe and effective form of therapy that can help mental, physical and emotional issues or problems. So please make the first step and contact a hypnotherapist in portsmouth who can really help you - 07931 924568.
What is hypnosis?
|Hypnosis has been used for hundreds of years to build confidence, change habits, lose weight, stop smoking, eliminate fears and phobias and much more. Hypnosis is a state of mind characterized by relaxed brain waves and a state of hyper-suggestibility. Hypnosis and hypnotic suggestions have played a major role in healing for thousands of years. The hypnotic state by itself is only useful for the relaxation it produces. The real importance of hypnosis to the healing and emotional change process is that while you are in the hypnotic state, your mind is open and receptive to suggestions.
|During hypnosis you are always fully in control although your mind is focused upon the issue at hand, surrounding stimuli will be tuned out of your thought process. It is the ability to focus whilst under hypnosis that enables the hynotherapist to help the subject work on goals or problems. People usually awaken from hypnosis feeling refreshed and revitalized. Whilst not everyone can always enter a deep state of hypnosis, most people can enter into some form of hypnosis. Many people enter into a form of self-hypnosis without even realising it - have you ever day dreamed? Have you ever driven somewhere without remembering how you got there? If you have experienced any of the above, then you were in a light form of hypnosis.|