Hypnosis is a deep state of relaxation in which we’re able to communicate directly with out subconsciousness. That’s why it’s such an effective method to solve issues such as phobias, mental blocks, blackouts during exams, nervousness, and sleep disorders – just to name a few.
How Does Hypnosis Work?
Hypnosis is a natural state of our body, just like being awake or sleeping. We experience a slight hypnosis daily: When we daydream. Maybe it has happened to you too that you’ve been indulged in a daydream so much that you couldn’t hear someone talking to you? Then you were in hypnosis.
Much like the difference between being awake or asleep, our brain functions a little differently in hypnosis: You think in images, and less in words. Less logically, and more emotionally. Your logic thinking steps aside, and you are in direct contact with your subconsciousness. That’s the part of your brain or mind that deals with emotions, long-term memory, automatic responses, and the like.
Now if that sounds like it could be the root of the issue you’re dealing with, such as a phobia or blackouts, it’s because it is. Fear isn’t logic – it’s an emotion. And that’s why it’s very efficient to resolve the root cause on an emotional level – with the help of hypnosis.
Do I Sleep During Hypnosis? Will I Be Conscious?
As I’ve explained above, hypnosis is not sleep or unconsciousness. In fact, you’ll be able to move, speak, and hear just as if you were normally „awake“. Most people experience it as a very comfortable, deep state of relaxation.
For the therapy to be successful, it’s also important that you witness everything that’s going on. In that way, you’ll understand the reasons why you were having the symptoms such as sleeplessness. And you’ll witness that those reasons are gone – and therefore, you’ll know and can trust that they’re gone.
How Long Does It Take?
Hypnosis is a short-term form of therapy – but that doesn’t mean it will only take one session every time. I’ve seen it happening that even serious symptoms did disappear after one session, but since every person and their history are different, I’m not going to give you a promise I maybe couldn’t keep.
I would say the average numbers of sessions is 2 to 3. But then again: I like to tailor our sessions for you, for your individual situation, to give you what you need at this moment. That’s also why I don’t sell any packages – you probably wouldn’t need all of the sessions anyway.