Hypnotherapy - a therapy which most people can benefit from
Hypnotherapy does not use drugs
Hypnotherapy does not use any drugs, it is a natural therapy. Hypnotherapy gets to the root cause of the problem and then removes the problem completely, so that it does not re-occur again in the future and without the use of any drugs or medicine. It is very important however, if you are not well or you are in any pain, go and see your GP straight away and get advice or medicine, then once you have done this, just ask yourself, would hypnotherapy be able to help me as well? Because there are so many ways in which hypnotherapy could really benefit you.
Hypnotherapy is more powerful than you can imagine
Change is powerful because when you change, your whole world changes too. You change, the people around you change, life is constantly changing, we can't stop change. There are people who don't want change, they may even say they want change, but subconsciously they don't want the change because some people fear change. You can't help someone who does not want help. But you can help someone who does want help, and hypnotherapists are helpers; we are people who see the good in others.
The hypnotherapist wants to really help people to succeed in their lives. A hypnotherapist is a guide, all the work and all the change is completed by the person who wants to change, there are no wandering hands, magic wands or swinging pendulums. It does however depend on the quality and training of the hypnotherapist which is very important. A good hypnotherapist can use very powerful techniques, which can enable someone who wants to change to make very powerful changes in their lives.
The best way to discover for yourself how powerful hypnotherapy can be, is to experience it with a top hypnotherapist, only then will you realise the power of hypnotherapy. If you don't understand anything about hypnotherapy, then ask a reputable hypnotherapist who would be happy to answer you in detail to the best of their knowledge. Don't assume the worst and do not believe the made up stuff you see on television, all that hocus pocus mumbo jumbo on television which is portrayed as 'stage hypnosis' is staged for the audience, the participants are 'part of the show' and they go along with it simply because they want to also be the 'stars of the show'. And the stuff you see in the movies, is simply to make the films appear more interesting so more people watch them. Clinical hypnotherapy is real, it is not staged, it is a very real and powerful therapy which brings about lasting permanent change.
Hypnotherapy is really good for everyone
There is no such thing as one person can be hypnotised and another person can't. That is a load of old codswallop. First of all, the only people that you can’t hypnotise are very young children and the severely mentally challenged. Everyone else can be hypnotised, but you can't hypnotise someone who refuses to be hypnotised and why would you want to?
The whole point of someone coming for hypnotherapy is that they actually want to change something, that they need the treatment to make a positive and lasting change in their lives, so why wouldn't they want to cooperate and go into hypnosis? It is the therapist's job to ensure the customer feels completely at ease and understands why they need to give the hypnotherapist their total cooperation. After all, it is the customer who wants to change, so they need to understand how it works and co-operate with the process.
The whole world is suffering from inescapable stress. Stress is everywhere, we are mentally drained. Stress is manifesting in ways you know nothing about. Stress is a silent assassin, and can be seen as a cause of disease and mental illness. Hypnotherapy is the perfect way to release stress. Hypnotherapy is an antidote to stress, so everybody should be practising it. Even if there is nothing that you feel you need to change for the better, for stress alone, hypnotherapy is worth its weight in gold. So why isn't everyone doing it?
Because of all the false misconceptions they have from watching the stage shows and films on television or from internet pages designed to make money and want to sensationalise a story to sell more papers or magazines. That said, I do read a lot of real amazing stuff that hypnotherapists are doing at the moment which is really helping to bring the profession into a good light, because the truth is out there if you search for it.
Hypnotherapy is not new!
Hypnotherapy is not new, it has been around since the beginning of time before anaesthetic arrived on the scene. Hypnotherapy was used by dentists and doctors as the main form of pain control. Through the years, some of the most influential people to ever exist have used hypnosis is some form or another.
Hypnotherapy is a natural treatment and hypnosis is a trance state that everyone experiences every day. It is a very natural way to combat stress and direct yourself towards what you want and need in life, so again, everyone should be using it to their advantage much more often than they do. Hypnotherapy can help you to free yourself from stress and that in turn can increase your life expectancy and improve mental health just from the deep relaxation and amazing feelings it can help to generate from within your spirit.
Hypnotherapy helps to enhance other techniques
You might be thinking that when you go to see a hypnotherapist, all she or he does is guide you into the state of hypnosis, makes some pretty suggestions designed to benefit you and brings you back out of trance and then sends you on your merry way, and viola, you’re a new person! That could not be further from the truth. A good hypnotherapist has a wealth of tools up his sleeve to help you achieve your desired outcome. A hypnotherapist will have other techniques they can use at any time, which compliments hypnotherapy and some of these techniques may be more powerful than you can imagine, designed to help you towards making the changes you need, to make to achieve your desired goal from the therapy.
If you need a Hypnotherapist, make sure you do your homework first
It is so important that you don't base your views on your observations of one hypnotherapist and then write a rubbish article about it that you know nothing about. When you look for a hypnotherapist, look at their background, look at their training, find out about their journey and ask them how they can help you? Listen to what they have to say, but do choose a hypnotherapist with the right training and qualifications. Sometimes the best hypnotherapists are not the ones who hide behind a more established and accepted profession, they are the ones who come out into the open and say I'm a hypnotherapist and I am proud to be called one. They are the ones who genuinely want to help you to succeed and not just help themselves.
It is important you find the hypnotherapist that you feel you can relate to, understands you and is willing to work with you until your desired outcome has been achieved.
Of course no one can give you a cast iron guarantee and it is the customer who does all the work, but with the right hypnotherapy, it is probably that you will get out of the treatment more than you might have hoped for, so choose wisely, a hypnotherapist only succeeds when their clients' succeed too.
About the author
I have been a hypnotherapist for over 10 years and I am clinically trained, listed on Hypnotherapy Directory, on the accredited list for professional standards, and a full professional member of The National Hypnotherapy society, bound by their strict code and ethics and the author of 12 extensive hypnotherapy albums which sell worldwide.
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