What is Hypnosis For Change?
Hypnosis for change is a new and impoved practised from what is know as conventional or Ericksonienne as we know it. This approach combines the newest discoveries in neuroscience and in the study of Consciousness to ensure balanced change. It considers what we know now about : The principals of plasticity of neural networks; The need for an experience that is authentic to the individuals mind and heart; The knowledge that to maintain changes throughout time all aspects of the human mind has to be involved.
Why is Hypnosis For Change so beneficial?
Adapts to the individual's personal experience
Allows the participant to partake in shaping the outcome
Creates authentic and well-balanced solutions
Dissolves the initial trigger or point of tension
Considers the conscious and subconscious being as a whole
Programs and suggests things without your approval
Uses the same solution regardless of the subject
Favors preformulated solutions
By passes the point of tension, leaving it active
Sees the subject as passive in the process
What patterns can be overcome...
Most challenges which affects your every day life and peace of mind. Stress, fears, emotional patterns, chronic pain, food habits, smoking, sleep issues, marking events, to name a few.
. The ideal subject to hypnosis.. IS OPEN TO CHANGE. TAKES RESPONSIBILITY. AND IS MOTIVATED.
Commit To 4 Steps...
1. Have a open conversation + Introduction to this hypnosis = 1st APPOINTMENT
2. Complete a full session of hypnosis to address the challenge = 2nd APPOINTMENT (2-3 weeks after)
3. Listen to a recording or make changes according to the session = PRATICE at home
4. See if changes are significant enough or require another session = EVALUATION
This approach requires 2-3 sessions for significant and durable change. It may happen that the process maybe shorter or longer depending on the nature of the challenge and a few other factors.
Hypnosis For Change as practiced here is done in a professional, safe and ethical manner and has been proven as such over the years. However, it is of the outmost importance to acknowledge that in no way does it aim at replacing the sound advice and practice of medical doctors, psychologists and psychotherapists.