Hypnoanalysis is a form of regression therapy and is probably the most profound of therapeutic techniques.I like to think of it as ‘the cream of therapies’, for a very special reason – where ‘conventional’ techniques are undoubtedly effective for most people, they still tend to deal only with the presenting problem, most of the time. […]
I prefer to use the term complementary to describe hypnotherapy because we are complementing what is already available. Hypnotherapy works in conjunction with other existing options, rather than instead of them. I have never considered hypnosis or hypnotherapy as an alternative. Doctors, psychiatrists, and psychologists have used hypnotherapy successfully for many, many years. Doctors do […]
If you think you haven’t got an imagination or you feel you are not creative; think again! How do you plan events in your mind? Do you think about them; brainstorm them and write them down; talk it over; get the feeling and just do? Not think about it at all? Just do it?
Hypnosis is a word for an experience and the most natural thing in the world. Ever since I honed my own personal skill of self hypnosis, my life has changed direction; it is more productive in all areas, and, I am happier and healthier than I have ever been in my life. This could quite […]
We all have a tendency to move away from unpleasant/undesired behaviour and move towards pleasant experiences. The following “Swish Pattern” technique uses this process to guide you into a new way of thinking, feeling and behaving. You might pick something like smoking or fear of spiders or you might pick something like being assertive at […]
In this post I am going to talk about another ‘sub-modality’ of NLP (Neuro-linguistic Programming) that can be used to reduce and even eliminate pain. Remember NLP involves using the imagination, often through the use of hypnosis, to change your internal experience. Pain is undoubtedly an internal experience and can benefit tremendously from this practice.
I believe it is possible to hypnotise a person with their eyes open. This may sound rather strange, I’m sure, because the public perception of hypnosis often involves the picture of a person with their eyes closed looking almost like they are asleep
Remember that in normal sleep, our breathing naturally slows down. It’s the same in hypnosis; in fact it’s one of the indicators that we’ve entered a hypnotic state.