Hypnosis

With hypnosis you have access to previously hidden links in your brain that will collaborate to resolve your issue.

Nobody can be hypnotized against their will. Hypnosis creates a changed stage of consciousness. The hypnotized person is physically in a state of deep relaxation, while mentally he is highly concentrated and his concentration is focused inwards. He may temporarily lose all sense of time, and his immediate environment will become unimportant; yet the hypnotized person is aware of what is going on around him. During the hypnosis and afterwards he feels extremely relaxed.

In the hypnotized state, the brain-wave frequency is slower, similar to the state we are in just after waking up or just before falling asleep. In this state, there is an “open door” to a person’s unconscious thoughts and it is possible to identify and change unconscious mechanisms and to get to the root of the person’s fears. It is also possible to change the way in which past experiences – which are connected with current difficulties and continue to play an influential role – are experienced. The person’s brain is effectively “re-wired,” which has a strong impact on blockages, fears and anxieties: they appear in another light, vanish bit by bit, or spontaneously disappear.