Hypnosis is not therapy and is not meant to be a long process.
Depending on your issue, hypnosis may take 2-5 sessions.
Hypnosis can make a massive difference if you are challenged or want to be more motivated, more relaxed, or add to a weight loss program you are on.
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Hypnosis Demystified: Unlocking the Power of Your Mind
Welcome to a journey of discovery, where we unravel the mysteries of hypnosis and explore its profound benefits. Far from the myths and misconceptions, hypnosis is a scientifically recognized technique with a spectrum of therapeutic benefits. Consider for a moment habits and behaviors that do not serve you. They may have at one time, but not now.
When we are adolescents and teenagers, it is important to feel included, to be part of a peer group, and to be accepted. Perhaps we drank, smoked cigarettes, disobeyed our parents, ate a lot of unhealthy fast food all because our peer group did these things. Feeling included was the primary motivator, even though those behaviors were less than beneficial.
Many of these habits may have carried over as an adult, and now they clearly are not serving you, but that does not mean that replacing them is easy; for some, yes; for others, no.
In many cases, our behaviors go further back, and replacing them is challenging.
At its core, hypnosis is a state of focused attention, heightened suggestibility, and deep relaxation. It’s a natural state you’ve likely experienced in daily life, such as losing time while reading a book or driving a familiar route on an ‘auto-pilot.
All sessions are done via Zoom and recorded so you can review them.
You will also learn self-hypnosis to use whenever you need it.
Benefits of Hypnosis
- Stress Reduction: Hypnosis can help manage stress by promoting deep relaxation and altering how the mind perceives stress triggers.
- Pain Management: Studies have shown hypnosis to be effective in reducing chronic pain, post-surgery pain, and even in some childbirth cases.
- Overcoming Phobias and Fears: Hypnosis can address the root causes of fears and phobias, helping to diminish their impact.
- Weight Loss and Healthy Habits: By targeting the subconscious mind, hypnosis can encourage healthier eating habits and a positive mindset towards exercise.
- Breaking Bad Habits: Hypnosis has been used to successfully treat addictions and habits like smoking, nail-biting, and more.
- Myth: Hypnosis is Mind Control. Hypnosis cannot make you do anything against your will. It’s a cooperative process where you remain in control.
- Myth: Hypnosis Can Make You Reveal Secrets: You always control what you share. Hypnosis is not a truth serum.
- Myth: Only the Weak-Minded Can Be Hypnotized: Hypnosis is about suggestibility, not gullibility. Hypnotists can work with people of all intellectual levels.
- Myth: Hypnosis is Sleep: Hypnosis is a state of focused awareness, quite different from sleep.
Hypnosis is a tool for empowerment, self-discovery, and healing. It opens the door to a world of potential within your mind, helping you align your subconscious with your conscious goals. Embrace the journey with an open mind and discover the transformative power of hypnosis.
Maynestreet Weight Loss, LLC provides hypnosis services as a form of motivational coaching. Our method is based on the principle that all hypnosis is self-hypnosis, and our role is to guide clients to use their natural abilities to make positive changes. Clients are advised that our services are different from the care of healthcare professionals. As such, any underlying medical or psychological conditions should be treated by a licensed medical or mental health professional. Clients assume full responsibility for consulting with appropriate healthcare providers regarding their conditions. By engaging our services, clients confirm their understanding that the practitioner is not acting as a medical or mental health professional, and they affirm they have no known conditions that our services would exacerbate.”