Why is hypnotherapy so effective?
18th January, 20130 Comments
Did you know?
Research shows 600 sessions of Psycho-analysis brings 38% recovery.
Research shows 22 sessions of CBT brings 72% recovery.
Research shows 6 sessions of Hypnotherapy brings 93% recovery.
Clinical trials and research show hypnotherapy is remarkably effective for a variety of issues. It dates back centuries and it has had more trials and research done than any other therapy.
In Hypnotherapy we work with your subconscious and by pass your conscious. Your subconscious believes absolutely everything, and it controls your emotions, habits, cravings, and responses to the world. It is where your thoughts, memories and experiences live. It handles around two million bits of sensory information every second, whereas the conscious mind handles with about seven.
Therefore when the hypnotherapist uses metaphors and suggestive positive affirmations profound changes take place even for the most analytical person. There is a myth that in hypnotherapy you are being controlled, far from it. The client is always in control. Your conscious mind is analytical, logical and critical. Your subconscious mind is far more accepting and non judgemental. The subconscious mind understands metaphors, associations and patterns which we hypnotherapists are trained to use. We reframe old habits that are unhelpful and old patterns which are destructive so you can just lie back and enjoy the experience of feeling relaxed and sleepy and chilled out.
Whilst you are in your relaxed trance your state of consciousness is altered. Your left hand side of the brain is turned off and your non analytical right hand side of the brain is more alert.
If you have a good rapport with a hypnotherapist and feel he/she gets you and the issue you have come to them about, and you are motivated to make changes hypnotherapy is mind blowing effective. You will be amazed at the results it will bring.
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