What is hypnotherapy?
What is hypnotherapy?
Often described as the original psychological therapy, hypnotherapy uses the various elements of hypnosis to heal people through an altered state of awareness. Psychologists also refer to this therapy as the ‘talking cure’. Hypnotherapy techniques help clients in many different ways showing them alternative paths to their present dissatisfactory ways of thinking, behaving or feeling. A professional hypnotist assists people to ensure they turn more accepting about themselves, resolve deep-rooted issues and discover their truest potential. Hypnotherapy techniques used by certified professionals probe deep into a client’s subconscious mind and helps them in their personal and professional endeavors. Psychologists often combine hypnotherapy along with other counseling techniques to ensure clients receive the best support on their journey towards growth.
Hypnotherapy is useful in the following areas:
- Reducing stress levels, anxiety, panic attacks, hypertension, phobias
- Boosting self-confidence
- Relationship issues
- Pain management
- Treatment of addictions
- Treatment of addictions
- Past Life Regression
- And most importantly, hypnosis benefits people in their professional lives to discover their hidden potential and achieve their goals.
Hypnotherapy is suitable for all. You can be a CEO, leader, motivation speaker, artist, teacher, student, coach, engineer, scientist, homemaker, celebrity, etc. Read more about hypnotherapy benefits.
What is the difference between hypnosis and hypnotherapy?
We unknowingly experience hypnosis every day in life. It can happen when one looks out of
the window, oblivious to the surroundings, deep in thoughts. It can happen when one buries
the nose in a good book. This free-floating state of mind is almost synonymous with
hypnosis. In the case of actual hypnosis, a professional hypnotist is the one who guides a
clients’ trance state.
A trance state is nothing but a deeper level of relaxation also referred to as theta sleep. A professional hypnotist guides the client to find high concentration levels. The objective can differ from healing to self-discovery, freedom from stress, increased confidence or more as per the requirement. Using hypnosis, one has the access to the subconscious mind. So, this is an altered state of mind that goes beyond the ordinary consciousness, yet, can also be defined as a natural and spontaneous state which can be deepened gradually.
For e.g.: A person looking to drop smoking as a habit can find deep-rooted causes to this habit. It could be because he/she has associated stress with smoking and feels the urge to smoke when found in similar situations. Hypnotherapists correct this pattern of thinking through highly intense sessions bringing a wonderful change in life.
Hypnotherapy is the actual practice of hypnosis under the guidance of a professional hypnotist. Hypnotherapists use hypnosis as a tool to help their clients improve their health through intense therapy. The guidance of a hypnotherapist helps clients reach their subconscious mind wherein the deepest emotions and experiences are stored. By helping clients relax and get in touch with their innermost self, a hypnotherapist touches those parts of the subconscious mind to release repressed memories and behaviors that cause harm. Professional hypnotists are taught higher levels that introduce methods to help their clients arrive into a state of hypnosis and also return them back to the normal state of awareness. The deliberate use of this tool has found benefits in the field of medicine,counseling, training people to enrich their lives for leadership roles, entrepreneurship, public-speaking, sports, art, sales and much more.
Busting Some Myths about Hypnosis
There’s a common fear about hypnotherapy as well as some myths.
Myth #1: People will lose control, may be dominated by their guide or may surrender at their will.
Truth: A certified hypnotist is your guide. He/she will not bring you under his/her control.
Myth #2: Hypnotherapy is all about the on-stage acts.
Truth: On-stage hypnotists create an act with specific volunteers.
Myth #3: A person can lose his/her consciousness.
Truth: Hypnosis helps a person be in connect with his/her own self on a deeper level. With higher concentration levels, a person can touch the problem-areas in a state of theta sleep, which is about being highly aware of one’s presence in a deeply relaxed state.
Begin a Career in Hypnotism with Hypnotherapy Certification Programs by Matrrix
Matrrix is proud to announce hypnotherapy training courses slated to begin from April, 2019. Headed by Dr. Paras, the hypnosis certification programs are spread over from Level 1 to 4 and are designed for professionals (age 21 onwards) who want to explore the depths of hypnotherapy with the highest levels of professionalism. Read more about Dr. Paras.
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