Updated: May 22
Hypnosis is a pleasant state of mind, similar to daydreaming, in which you become very receptive to proper suggestions.
The effects are feelings of calmness, tranquility, and profound relaxation.
You will not actually be asleep or unconscious. You will always be aware of your surroundings, but you’ll easily be able to disregard normal environmental distractions.
You will always remain in control and be able to emerge from hypnosis yourself at any time if you wish.
You will automatically reject any inappropriate suggestion.
The depth of hypnosis can be loosely divided into three levels: light, medium, and deep. It varies with each person. The lightest level is sufficient to break most habits. The most important factors are your motivation and ability to accept and follow the suggestions.
Anyone of average intelligence can easily achieve a state of hypnosis. If you can focus your attention and use your imagination, hypnosis will probably occur immediately. For varying reasons, some people do require some additional time.
Because hypnosis is a familiar and natural state of mind, some people experiencing hypnosis are not sure if they were hypnotized or not.
A person that expects to be unconscious might think she/he was not hypnotized because they retained awareness of their surroundings. Hypnosis is a state of heightened awareness and focus – not a loss of consciousness.
Your subconscious will hear every word I say while you are in hypnosis even if your conscious mind does not recall everything.
Your attitude about reaching your goal is very important. A good attitude produces good results.
If you would like to book a consultation for an in-person session or an online session, visit Wellness Canada, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (905) 251-9663 and speak with a Consulting Hypnotist who specializes in helping you become healthy, happy and achieve any goals you wish to achieve.