Hypnosis is a time-tested tool that produces measurable results. Research studies conducted in such universities as Yale, Stanford and Harvard indicate that hypnotic suggestions bypass the cortex -- the thinking and reasoning part of the brain. Instead, hypnotic suggestions travel directly to the limbic endocrine system of the brain. This part of the brain deals with fear, memory, stress and homeostasis. There is nothing mystical or magical about hypnosis. It is simply a state of concentration and focused attention.
Approved by the American Medical Association in 1958, the benefit of hypnosis have been recognized for decades. People under hypnosis remain aware of their surroundings and cannot be forced to do anything against their will. Hypnosis brings about a state of relaxation that opens the mind to receive positive suggestions and make positive changes. With the help of hypnosis, individuals will improve their eating habits, become less stressed and have far less discomfort and pain.
Hypnosis is a wonderful natural and relaxed state of mindfulness. In each session, you will benefit by learning breathing and relaxation techniques. You will also learn how to focus your attention on your specific goal and how to use self hypnosis.