How Hypnosis works
There are a lot of people who have tried to make significant changes in their lives only to fail at their attempts.
These could be you trying to quit smoking by using a nicotine patch or some other method, yet you cannot stop thinking about your next cigarette. Or you could be struggling to control your weight. After 30 years of experimenting with diets and weight loss products, I finally discovered hypnosis and its many benefits.
We are all controlled by our inner thoughts or, as I like to refer to it as, our inner monkeys. Each of us has experienced hypnosis but was unaware of it.
Have you ever been driving in your car on a familiar route and you space out or are unaware of parts of your journey? That is driving hypnosis.
When you are in that state, you are operating through your subconscious mind, where all of your habits are formed. So when you try to make changes, such as eating better, stopping a bad smoking addiction, enjoying exercise, or overcoming a fear, you need to alter your thoughts or “change your inner monkeys” to improve your self-confidence, stop thinking about a former relationship, or reduce your stress.
Our conscious brain is only 12% of our mind, so imagine one monkey on that side. Meanwhile, our subconscious makes up 88% of our mind, so think of nine monkeys on that side. These nine monkeys in our subconscious control us. That is why we need to talk to those nine monkeys to make lasting changes.
Using hypnosis, you can get into a condition to talk to them!
Hypnosis is wonderfully relaxing too. Your session will be recorded on a CD so that you to reinforce the hypnotherapy at home.
After experiencing its benefits personally, I started researching about it and started my own investigation and education into the field of hypnosis. I took extensive training and also attended the conferences of the National Guild of Hypnotists each year. After hypnotizing more than 4,000 people, I am now a fully qualified Master Hypnotist.
Feel free to look through my website to hear more of my story. If you feel like we could work together, give me a call at (705) 722‑3195.