The terms Hypnotist and Hypnotherapist or Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy, are used interchangeably although they are very different concepts. To understand the difference between these concepts, let’s take a look at what Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy actually are.
A new year has arrived, it’s the beginning of 2017. So, what is this year going to bring you? Hopefully, not the same as last year you say. Now, that doesn’t sound overally positive, does it? Consequently, I thought I would share a little secret that you can apply to rewire your brain to be more positive this year. Personally, I use this technique regularly myself and also share it with my clients. So, what opportunities do you think you could see if you saw life with a greater positive attitude?
There are many methods available to quit smoking. Some of these treatments curiously use nicotine. Although, studies have shown that hypnosis is the most successful way of quitting after going “Cold Turkey”. To understand why these two methods are the most successful we need delve into the perceived “addiction” of smoking.
As with most therapies, there are concerns over side effects when it comes to hypnosis. Not understanding hypnosis well enough may increase these concerns. For instance, a common question asked is, “What if I get stuck in hypnosis and can’t get out?”
Hypnosis for weight loss is common these days, yet one of the factors, which is surprising to many, is that it does not focus on losing weight itself. Losing weight is a side effect or result of the process that occurs when applying hypnosis…