WHAT IS HYPNOSIS ?
Hypnosis is a completely safe and natural state of mind, matter of fact, you may have been in a state of hypnosis many times today
Did you know, you’re in a light state of hypnosis when:
– You find yourself day dreaming.
– Or you are driving on a highway and you find yourself so focused on something in your mind that you missed your exit.
– You are watching a movie and you may be crying or getting scared and having an emotional reaction to the actors up on the big screen even though you know they are playing a role.
In over 200 years do you know there has been even one case of someone being hurt by hypnosis. The American Medical Association accepted and recognized hypnosis in 1958.
Hypnosis is defined as a state of heightened suggestibility and you must be willing to follow the suggestions or there is no so-called trance state. Only you decide when you go in hypnosis and no one has the power hypnotize you against your will!
Your hypnotist is a guide who helps you use these human abilities to make the kind of changes that you want. For example, breaking bad habits, such as procrastination, overeating, smoking, etc…
– Develop your intuitive powers
– Promote good health and well-being.
– Feel worthwhile, self-confident, zestful.
– Become happier at home. Develop patience.
– Acquire the ability to become calm in any situation.
– Make better decisions
– Improve concentration
– Overcome procrastination
– Become more in touch with your emotions
– Reduce conflict and stress
– Sleep easily and soundly
– Sell and present yourself with dynamic confidence & enthusiasm.
– Increase your income.
– Attract others. Develop successful relationships
– Eliminate negative thoughts at will..
– Free yourself from anger. Get over your fear of rejection.
– Achieve your goals. Chart the course you deserve.
– Program your mind for success.
– Develop the ability to visualize and implement the future you want
Hypnosis for Children
Children always seem to be happy and appreciate life, but yet some children have trouble sleeping, or they have a habit of bed-wetting, or have focus ability problems, or maybe even irritable bowel syndrome from nervous tension.
Children begin to hold negative thoughts in their little minds from the time they can speak or even before. Where do these thoughts come from? It may be from something as trivial as hearing an argument between mom and dad or something more traumatic like seeing or experiencing abuse. Negative thoughts that enter into these little minds may make a child nervous, feel unworthy, unloved, betrayed.
Having negative thoughts makes it hard to push aside any current or future unpleasant experiences, even if they seem not so traumatic to us, they are big in size and creation to a child. When the emotional body has to tackle all of these emotions, the physical body can become weakened, unable to handle the little daily annoyances a child may experience, from homework overload, strict parenting, or fighting with siblings.
Sometimes a child may be experiencing more traumatic occurrences in their lives like peer pressure, bullying, separation or divorce, illness of oneself, a parent, sibling or a pet. When a child’s emotions become overwhelmed, it may manifest itself through physical symptoms like allergies, frequent colds, overeating, under eating, digestive problems, and other ailments caused by emotional distress.
Children do experience stress even though they usually do not exhibit it outwardly. Unfortunately, they hold it in and do not have the tools to release it, causing the pressures to build up and create physical distress on the body, usually treated with medical attention. Sometimes what the child really needs is a chance to release pent up anger and frustration or assistance in rebuilding self-esteem and confidence.
When children are allowed to experience harmony and balance in their lives, they become more focused in school, anxiety is reduced in anxiety-provoked situations, emotionally induced illnesses subside, and the child feels a sense of self-worth returned to them.