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What is Hypnosis?

“Hypnosis is the bypass of a critical faculty and establishment of selective thinking.” – Dave Elman, 1964

“Hypnosis is a psychophysiological state of aroused, attentive, receptive focal concentration with a corresponding diminution in peripheral awareness.” – Herbert Spiegel, MD, David Spiegel MD, 1914

“Hypnosis is an escape mechanism caused by focus or distraction, interest or boredom, joy or sadness. It’s the escape to inner self, that creates power or debility.” – Dr. George Bien, 1990


Hypnosis is a natural state of mind. It is very similar to the state of meditation, focused attention, or a dream-like state. While in the state of hypnosis your critical thinking is bypassed and selective thinking is established. Hypnotherapists use relaxation techniques to induce a receptive state of mind. During hypnosis, the client is given positive suggestions, deliberately designed affirmations, as part of the new growth mindset in line with client’s goals.

All hypnosis sessions are recommended to listen for at least two weeks, minimum 3 times a week. It is ok to listen to these sessions daily as well. You may listen to them anytime. Generally, we recommend morning or day time, so you are not tired or falling asleep, like late nights.

Hypnosis can be used for a variety of things. It is widely used to overcome bad habits and to help establish new behavior patterns. In general, hypnosis is used to program the mind to change a person’s belief system around a specific behavior. Since hypnosis involves deep mental relaxation, processes like guided visualization and mental forwarding can be used to enhance motivation and confidence in the desired outcomes.

Absolutely anyone with normal intelligence (or above) can be hypnotized, as long as they willing to follow the instructions of a hypnotist.

Yes, but this doesn’t happen in a hypnotherapist office. Your hypnosis practitioner has only one goal in mind: to help you achieve your goals.

We teach our clients how to use self-hypnosis and positive affirmations on a day-to-day basis. Powerful affirmations can be repeated out loud in the morning or before going to bed at night. Self-hypnosis techniques, like for example eye catalepsy or counting backwards can enhance a state of receptivity to suggestions in self-hypnosis.

You can look through the hypnotherapists’ profiles to get to know them and their styles and approaches. Their hypnosis audio previews, video interviews and hypnosis audio session reviews are available to help you better understand their work and style.

Suggestions are important in the process of hypnosis. Suggestions are belief statements or affirmations. I help my clients identify their limiting beliefs that lie in the core of their problem by using a set of NLP meta model questions and thorough interviewing. Limiting beliefs are then reframed into positive and empowering belief statements & suggestions. Suggestions are instilled in the unconscious mind once the person is in a state of receptivity, like trance or a state of focused attention.

Short stories, tales, symbols and analogies are often used as metaphors in trance. Dr. Milton Erickson was one of the proponents of using metaphors as an indirect method to plant suggestions for well-being. Metaphors can help one discover resources necessary for change, facilitate new patterns of thinking, and enhance one’s belief in the ability to transform and grow. For example a metaphor like ” imagine a flower opening graciously petal by petal, ” described with colorful paints, details and olfactory add-ons can be associated with an indirect suggestion like “as you see it, feel it and smell it, you naturally allow your creativity to blossom ever so beautifully from now on…”

When the person is in deep mental and physical relaxation it becomes much easier to visualize and imagine things, just like when dreaming at night. In hypnosis, I often use guided imagery to help my clients capture a full picture of their desired reality, like a perfect performance, presentation or making a perfect shot in sports and etc. Once your mind perceives your desired outcome with visual, auditory, kinesthetic (sometimes olfactory and gustatory) senses, your mind will motivate you to achieve your goal in a wake state, directing your actions in a more resourceful way. Guided imagery can also reduce pain, lessen blood loss during surgery and reduce blood pressure.