Frequently Asked Questions
anyone be hypnotized?
Yes, if they want to be.
are the most common myths of hypnosis?
You can be controlled and/or manipulated into divulging secrets.
You will do anything in hypnosis that is outside your moral code.
You will “surrender your will”.
You lose consciousness in hypnosis.
You can get stuck in hypnosis.
Hypnosis is brainwashing.
are some purposes for hypnosis?
To rest and rejuvenate the body
To teach self control and choice
To receive guidance from your inner intelligence.
To change negative patterns and ineffective beliefs
To replace unwanted habits with effective patterns
hypnosis assist with allergies?
Yes through use of a NLP technique we can change your subconscious minds
association to what you are allergic to.
is the Law of Reverse Effect?
The Greater the conscious effort the less the subconscious response.
is the success rate for hypnotherapy?
The Definitive Guide published a study, which conveyed a success rate
of 93% after 6 sessions compared to 38% for psychoanalysis and 72% from
behavior therapy after 22 sessions.
is the Law of Repetitive Effect?
The more often a person is exposed to a specific input the more likely
it is to be accepted and acted upon by the subconscious.
are the 3 characteristics of Hypnosis?
Emotionalized Desire, ability for deep relaxation and open to hyper-suggestibility.
are some signs that someone is in hypnosis or trance?
Body warmth, eye lid flutter, eyes rolling up, blood shot eyes, increased
lacrimation, muscle relaxation, hypnotic sigh, deep breathing, desire
not to move or leave hypnosis, swallowing or salivation.
is the Law of Correspondence?
Quality of life corresponds to quality of your subconscious thoughts.
is the Law of Dominant Effect?
The strongest dominant emotion dictates behavior.
does Hypnosis work?
Hypnosis empowers the client through work with their responsive subconscious
mind, the true motivator of behavior, by way of a hypnosis induction,
which places the client in trance.
are 3 requisites for Hypnosis?
1) Consent of client. 2) Communication between hypnotherapist and client
and 3) Freedom from fear or reluctance on the client’s part to
trust the hypnotherapist.