What is Hypnosis
When you first think of Hypnosis what springs to mind?
Is it a picture of the mysterious hypnotist figure popularized in movies, comic books and television? This ominous, man waves a pocket watch back and forth, guiding his subject into a semi-sleep, zombie-like state. Or the stage hypnotist where members of the public are asked to go onstage and generally asked to do slightly embarrassing things for the amusement of the audience?
Have no fear, this is NOT what the therapeutic side of hypnosis is.... unless of course you request it.
Contrary to popular belief, people under hypnosis are in total control of themselves and would never do anything they would normally find highly objectionable.
Please read on. In fact why not see what it can do for you ?
Hypnosis has nothing to do with mind control!
Kinetic Shift is an incredibly fast effective technique that utilizes mixed methods to remove phobias, fears, anxieties. It can be implemented as a stand alone or incorporated into hypnotherapy sessions.
This technique, originally created by Karl Smith, has a fabulous success rate. It is now used worldwide. It fits in well with today's requirements for therapy to be quick. No lying on the therapists couch... it is fun and i dont need "your story". no long questionnaires or painful re run of old memories........ so are you ready to make those changes?
So how does Hypnosis work
Hypnosis or the trance state (what it’s called when one is hypnotized) is common. We are each and every one of us in and out of trance states every day. Daydreaming and all its variations (lost in a book, lost in a movie, ) are trance states. Intense, highly detailed daydreams are a common form of trance.
Clinical hypnotherapy is not about power or control. It is about relaxing the mind and helping people make the changes that they wanted to make. Working WITH the person, rather than against them. That is the real power, and the real magic of hypnosis.