Hypnosis in NYC has become a more common and accepted form of therapy for a positive change. Clinical hypnosis can be used to rewire your mind for more healthy behavior patterns and ways of living.
Most of my clients ask two questions before booking a hypnosis session. How does hypnosis work? What if I am not hypnotizable?
Clinical Hypnosis works on a simple principle: a hypnotic induction is used to induce a state of receptivity and positive suggestions are given to client to reprogram their mind.
A state of receptivity – hypnosis – is characterized by focused attention and mental concentration. You don’t have to be in deep trance or a state of altered consciousness in order to be hypnotized for a change, such as stop smoking, weight loss, overcome a bad habit and etc. When you are mentally relaxed, your critical part of the mind is on hold, therefore the information that comes into your mind settles in deeper in the unconscious, becoming part of belief system. Your beliefs become your reality. If on a deep level of your mind your believe that “Exercising is fun, easy and enjoyable and makes you look good and healthy” – then lo and behold, you will exercise naturally, effortlessly, regularly and you will lose weight. If on a deep level of your mind you believe that “ Smoking is poison and brings people closer to death and that from now on you are a non-smoker”- then be surprised how easy it will be for you to stop smoking and never pick up a cigarette again. If on a deep level of your mind you made a choice to move on from a painful relationship and open up to new exciting possibilities – then be amazed at how easy it will be for your to mend your broken heart. The list is long – you can hypnotize yourself for anything you want. All you need is a state of receptivity, induced by a clinical hypnotist. You can also do it yourself using self-hypnosis techniques.
Can anyone be hypnotized? Absolutely. Anyone with normal intelligence( or above) who is willing to follow the instructions of a clinical hypnotist, can be hypnotized. A hypnotic induction is process consisting of step by step instructions, such as progressive relaxation, eye/arm catalepsy, guided imagery, numbers counting backwards, indirect suggestions and etc. Many clinical hypnotists use standard hypnotic inductions, like for example Dave Elman Induction or Flower’s Method Induction or Eriksonian indirect suggestions to trance. Of course, professional hypnotist usually have to have an array of hypnotic inductions and methods, as the approaches vary according to each client.
SCHEDULE A HYPNOSIS SESSION with NYC Hypnotist Elena Beloff in her Midtown Manhattan office or over Skype ( reduced price ) CALL 646 450 8167 NOW or email firstname.lastname@example.org