It is from the Subconscious Mind that you create Reality. Alignment between the Conscious and Subconscious Mind is Key.


What is hypnosis?

Hypnosis is a unique discipline that enables one to enter a state of consciousness distinct from normal wakefulness, known as a hypnotic trance. This trance is a natural condition that can occur spontaneously multiple times a day, allowing a person to connect with their subconscious mind.

Viewing hypnosis as a middle ground between being awake and asleep, we notice a decrease in activity in the brain’s critical thinking areas during this state. This is attributed to the brain’s wave patterns during hypnosis, which differ from those in normal waking states. The human brain has the ability to modify its neurophysiological frequencies, either consciously or unconsciously.

Different brain areas function under varied conditions. For instance, some parts are more involved in rational processes and show lower frequency bands when we are relaxed. This observation has led to extensive experimentation and research, suggesting that accessing the subconscious is more feasible in a low-frequency state. In a hypnotic trance, while our subconscious becomes more active, our conscious mind (including areas like the thalamus, hypothalamus, cortical areas, and frontal brain) becomes more subdued.

Historically, hypnotic trance has been used for healing and divinatory purposes in ancient Egypt and for similar reasons in Greek and Roman civilizations. In India, it was employed to attain deeper contemplative states, eventually leading to higher consciousness levels and spiritual dimensions.

Hypnosis is increasingly used in various fields for reasons such as controlling anxiety and stress, reducing pain, overcoming addictions, phobias, insomnia, eating disorders, past event reprocessing, reducing anesthesia use, and more. It serves purposes like stress alleviation, smoking cessation, weight control, OCD correction, anger management, sleep disorder treatment, pain relief, self-esteem improvement, increased energy and focus, immune system boosting, performance enhancement, relationship and sexual improvements, past exploration for current insights, past life regression, energy blockage clearance, and inner universe connection.

What is the difference between hypnosis and meditation?

Comparing hypnosis with meditation, the latter requires intense concentration, focusing on aspects like breath or heartbeats, aiming to reach a blissful, transcendental state. Meditation produces Gamma waves, indicating high brain activity. Hypnosis, however, involves a journey into the subconscious, requiring less concentration and producing Alpha, Theta, or Delta waves, indicating a deeper state of relaxation. Many modern “guided meditation” sessions are actually mild hypnosis, focusing on internal journeys rather than fixed concentration.

Is hypnosis sleep?

Hypnosis is not sleep, though it can induce deep relaxation. Post-session, one might partially recall the hypnotist’s words. 

Will I remain master of myself?

Yes, Even in deep trance, a person retains their value system and decision-making ability.

Can one get “stuck” in a hypnotic state?

No. It’s impossible to get “stuck” in hypnosis, as one can always shift attention back to the external environment.

Can everyone be hypnotized?

Everyone can be hypnotized, as it’s a natural aspect of human functioning.

Does one have to believe in hypnosis for it to work?

Open-mindedness and willingness enhance its effectiveness, but belief in hypnosis is not necessary for it to work.

Is there any risk associated with hypnosis?

Being a natural state, there are no inherent risks in hypnosis itself.

Can hypnosis be used with children?

Hypnosis is effective with children, who typically have a more developed ability to enter and use trance states.

What is regressive hypnosis?

Regressive hypnosis focuses on retrieving and reprocessing past, often suppressed, experiences.

What is self-hypnosis?

Self-hypnosis is where an individual induces a trance state independently.

What is mass hypnosis?

Mass hypnosis, though unofficially recognized, involves suggestion through continuous exposure to stimuli, influencing collective perceptions and decisions.

Why work with hypnosis?

The subconscious mind, often more powerful than the conscious, influences our reality significantly. It absorbs everything we experience, making regular subconscious cleansing as important as daily physical cleanliness.