What is hypnosis? Anna .
What is hypnosis?
There are as many definitions of hypnosis as there are hypnotists. With so many different views of the mind and how it works… even with new technological advances and sober academic research, people continue to argue about the specifics and mechanics of hypnosis. This has gone on for hundreds of years. Click here to know more about my view on hypnosis…
Is a completely natural condition of the mind
Hypnosis is not sleep
We experience hypnosis every single day
hypnotherapy is a collaborative process
In order to get the results you want, you will need to participate in your therapy
Did you know that…
If hypnosis is conducted by a trained hypnotherapist it is considered Complementary Therapy not an Alternative Therapy
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