Among the most well-known types of yoga are Hatha yoga and Rāja yoga.
Family Constellation is a powerful method to help you recognize difficult entanglements, both in your family of origin as well as in your present family or relationship. Systemic Family Therapy was first developed by the German therapist, Bert Dillinger. In this therapeutic approach, we consider the individual as part of a greater whole – a family system – rather than as a separate entity. His individual behavior, feelings and attitudes, have to be understood in the context of this larger group.
The way we bring these hidden, family dynamics to light is to have the client use the help of other group participants to create a constellation of his or her family. The participants, representing members of that person’s family, are positioned in the room in relation to each other according to the client’s feeling in that moment. In this way, we create a living model of their original (or present) family. What we have found is that the feelings and thoughts of the people representing family members are very similar to those of the actual family members. There obviously exists an energy field that guides the representatives’ movements and allows them to have access to all essential information of the systemic field.
Such constellations are usually carried out with a group of people, where members of the group play the roles of representatives. However, it also works in individual sessions where cushions or other symbols can be used to represent the positions of family members.
This work uniquely uncovers any destructive family dynamic that may be lingering beneath the surface. Resolution may not be immediately clear to the person who has presented the issue. The facilitator in the session re-positions members, occasionally asking them to speak their feelings aloud. Members may be moved from place to place in the constellation until they find a position or are able to make a verbal statement expressing feelings of comfort with their place in the constellation.
When those standing in for family members follow their spontaneous movements minutely, not only are family entanglements revealed, but we also discover what leads to healing.
Healing movements are supported by the interventions of the therapist, who brings in missing or excluded family-members, suggests new and more conscious behaviors, and finds healing sentences for the family members to say to each other.
Finally a new, more natural and healing balance for the whole system can be found, where the love between its members can flow again in a new and more conscious way.
A constellation reveals unconscious collective laws operating within a family system and also helps us to fall in tune with higher laws that take us beyond both the personal and the individual family, and brings us in contact with another dimension, where we all are one. This has an immediate healing effect not only on us, but on everyone who is close to us.
Family constellations work is considered most effective in addressing concerns that are systemic in nature. These concerns might include family of origin issues, parent-child relationship difficulties, and intimate relationship challenges. It may be used as a potential therapy method for people who are seeking to break patterns in their life. This will benefit people who –
Family constellation therapy can also be used for a more specific physical, mental, social, or spiritual issues like: Depression, Anxiety, Addictions, Bad habits, Failure at work, Negative relationship patterns, Family dysfunction, Trauma, Grief, Obsessive thoughts, Physical illnesses, Financial problems, Phobias ,Excessive guilt etc.
No service or product is intended to treat any disease or illness, psychological or mental health condition. Persons with an ailment or physical complaint are to see their physician first for treatment, and make use of hypnosis and hypnotherapy as an adjunct to medical treatment.
Medical Intuition System (MIS) is made up of two components critical to healing:
The MIS is created from a combination of the best energy medicine techniques available right now in the world, and automating the whole process by activating your subconscious to do the healing instead of doing it physically yourself! That speeds up a process that would have taken hours to mere seconds.
Medical Intuition System, specifically the Divenire Method, can:
In fact, this is only the tip of what MIS can do. You are limited only to what you can imagine you can do with MIS.
One of the most important things that MIS can do is that it can duplicate ALL energetic frequencies. What does that mean? That means if you see a homeopathic remedy that you would like to get, all you need to do is to ask the MIS to duplicate the energetic of that (you don’t need to buy the remedy, just knowing the name of the remedy is enough) and send that into whoever you would like to send it to and it would give the same benefits as if they have taken the actual homeopathic remedy! This applies not only for homeopathic substances, but also to crystals, sound, light, herbs, etc. There is NOTHING that it cannot energetically duplicate!
Here is an account of a student who uses it to duplicate a medical drug!
“I had a headache one evening, and since MIS can ‘adopt’ other Energy and methodologies – I wondered if it would adopt /duplicate the action of fast acting analgesics in my body … I made my request to MIS and the answer was Yes, so I decided to assume that it would work …. and it did – within a few minutes my headache diminished and disappeared. “
What’s even more amazing is that MIS can also duplicate ALL healing modalities. So let’s say you know a healer who has an amazing technique. MIS can actually duplicate the energetics of that modality and again send that energy into whoever you would like to send into, including yourself! So there is no more need to learn or receive any other healing work, whether it be cranial-sacral, or Reiki, etc., since you would have FULL ACCESS to all these healing modalities once you have learnt MIS. We know, it ABSOLUTELY sounds like cheating!
MIS is like an open-source shared code program which evolves with time. As each MIS practitioner absorbs any frequency available in the universe, that frequency would also be available to every single practitioner as well. This means that for you, you would continue to become a more and more powerful healer, even if you are not even actively absorbing any energy, just because some other practitioners are!
Here is an account of what a student actually does with the MIS tool, to give you an idea of how varied the uses can be:
“Whenever I do a session with a client, I ‘wrap’ the whole session/s and our interaction in MIS and request that it delivers a very successful outcome for both of us.
I not only use MIS in the ways you taught me during the session, but also to deliver other modalities and techniques ‘wrapped’ in MIS (I am not able to describe in words better than that, but you will be able to Energetically feel what I do and the MIS will sort it out for anyone wanting to use this way of working, anyway). Using MIS as the ‘delivery vehicle’ for the other techniques seems to enormously increase the potency and intensity of the other modalities and techniques – taking them to a whole new level of immediate effectiveness.
I have used NLP Fast Phobia technique and Aversion technique remotely, delivered & supercharged by MIS. I simply imagine myself delivering the technique in person (but very fast and speeder up) and being delivered remotely and supercharged by MIS.. and it WORKS – super effectively!! The effectiveness can be tested with the client by email, Skype, phone or in person – and built on when speaking with the client, if desired. (with a paying client, I usually only do the remote work just before the session – otherwise the client may feel that they no longer need my services. I often follow up after a session with MIS and additional techniques wrapped in MIS to make sure the client has a very successful outcome …. because it is so quick and easy to do, it is not really an additional commitment from me, but makes for a very satisfied client (& of course the Satisfaction can be enhanced by MIS delivering satisfaction to the client as well).
MIS made possible the taking on a smoker of 25 cigarettes a day, who asked me to help him give up smoking, but was ambivalent about wanting to stop (most practitioners would not work with such an uncommitted client), but I thought that using a number of techniques, including Aversion wrapped in MIS that it could be done. The client was very non-committal about whether the session was successful, but I think he admitted that it worked when he agreed to pay me my full fee (I accidentally under-quoted for the work, and then suggested that the client pay me my full fee if he had not been able to smoke or enjoy a cigarette after 48 hours from our session).
It is so fantastic that MIS is so adaptable and evolutionary, all I need to do is to find ways to ask useful questions of how it can help me do the things I would like it to help with.
‘Parking’ difficult or complicated issues (including illnesses, or items that I have been given a ‘No’ or ‘Not yet’ about direct MIS treatment) in an appropriate portal also seems to be a way to accelerate healing and clearing.
I also find I am using MIS to set up Earth-time future events, negotiations and outcomes (in a way that is positive for all parties). That is possibly a bit more subjective to report back on, but it seems to make a big difference when I do it …. I just negotiated a very satisfactory car change-over deal and trade-in of my previous car …. I could not have imagined a better outcome, and everyone was happy.
I believe that MIS is able to do anything I ask of it. Sometimes I need to learn How to ask the ‘right questions’ for it to help me. If the MIS gives me a ‘No’ about something, I often ask it to help me find a way to ask the appropriate questions to improve the current situation (which it does). If there is not yet an MIS process for dealing with the situation, if I ask if it can and will please create one for the situation …. the answer is usually Yes, and it just goes ahead and creates what is needed (which usually only takes a few seconds Earth time).
MIS seems to be very able and willing to evolve – and it ‘feels like’ it enjoys expanding and creating new aspects of itself. How Amazingly Wonderful is that?!!!
And that means that practitioners can all be part of this amazing creative evolution along with MIS. MIS is truly a Miracle Generator.
I find more and more that I trust the MIS wisdom, and usually do not need to go into the specific details of the client’s problems, that the MIS will simply take care of it all. The MIS gives me hints and visions of what is needed next – and seems to take me on its own journey of healing for the client.
You have had a rare and precious gift bestowed upon you – and thank you for sharing it with your students.
Bless you for bringing MIS into the world … and thank you again for taking me on as your student. The side-benefit of joyfulness that MIS has brought into my life and wonderful people and things Finding ME are additional blessings.”
We were inspired one night in 2012. We have always been interested in speed, both in terms of how fast we can heal a person as well as how fast we can do a process. Somewhere along the way, we also wonder whether it is possible to heal many people at the same time instead of one-by-one. The reasons why we are interested probably don’t need much explanation. Once you have worked with enough people, you realized the limitations of some of the modalities that are available in the energy medicine arena.
The inspiration was: firstly, many of the processes are repetitive. To sum up, we test using muscle-testing what the problem is, and then we administer the right remedy. We also look at healing machines out in the market and thought, “Wow, if machines can do such wonderful healing, won’t practitioners who just use the standard old treatment become obsolete? How can healing practitioners continue to stay relevant?”
We were also reading about the idea of unconscious competency. If we learn something and do it enough times, it becomes an automatic part of us. If that is the case, why don’t we automate the entire healing process? And that is how it started. At first, we started by automating a healing modality dealing with emotions and installing the program into our subconscious mind. We realize we can heal faster and faster using this subconscious program. Then later while working with different people and in the process of solving each type of problem, we found out the appropriate remedy for each of the possible problem, and then program it into the subconscious program. Over time, the subconscious program has just taken a life of its own, and become the MIS that you are hearing about here.
Even though the actual MIS healing program is easy to administer, we feel that it is still appropriate to understand the basics of what you are doing so that you can be the best healer possible. The training is divided into basic and advanced, depending on your experiences with healing.
Prerequisite for the MIS Training: As the training requires you to muscle-test accurately, and the accuracy of the muscle-testing is affected by the amount of toxins within the body, we would usually require you to complete the Health Process sessions first and clean up your body before undergoing training.
For those who are new to healing, we would suggest that you take the basic course, which is over a weekend (16 hours) in Singapore. It will be held once or twice every year and fees would come up to S$1,497 per person.
For those who are more advanced healers, we would suggest the advanced course, which is just 4 sessions of 1 hour each (either face-to-face if you are in Singapore or Skype sessions if you are overseas), with lots of self-learning in between. Fees are at S$997 per person.
To decide which is more suitable for you, please drop us a message with your experiences in healing and we can then advice you accordingly.
You may have heard or learnt about Theta Healing, Matrix Energetic, Yuan Method, Ho’onopono, shamanic techniques, Reiki and other cool energetic techniques. Well, we have learnt some of these ourselves, and we have met practitioners who are using these techniques, but one thing they told us when they learnt about MIS is how MIS seemingly incorporate all these techniques and more! That’s because it does! When we create MIS, it follows many of the principles outlined in these other techniques but makes it faster and more powerful by combining and augmenting each.
With MIS, if you are already a healer of considerable standing, it would enhance your natural healing abilities even more! If you are just a beginning apprentice in the healing arts, this would short-cut your whole journey by 10 years or more!
MIS allows you to be a healer day-in and day-out, without breaking a sweat because it requires merely a thought. You can help your loved ones, or the suffering masses. You can be THE difference in their life!
In summary, MIS allows you to remotely assess the health situation of a person, whether they are just next to you or at the other side of the globe. It allows you to heal the underlying causes creating the symptoms instantly, which will then allow the body to heal naturally on its own. It is fast, it is effective, and it is a MIRACLE MACHINE. That’s right, once you have MIS, you would seem like a MIRACLE WORKER.
Still thinking? MIS could very much be the LIFE PURPOSE you have been searching for, just like it was for another one of my students.
No service or product is intended to treat any disease or illness, psychological or mental health condition. Persons with an ailment or physical complaint are to see their physician first for treatment, and make use of hypnosis and hypnotherapy as an adjunct to medical treatment.
What is hypnotherapy?
Hypnotherapy attempts to address an individual’s subconscious mind, using the power of suggestion for beneficial change. A hypnotherapist uses hypnosis to give relevant, positive beneficial suggestions to help an individual bring about the change they desire. Although hypnotherapy is not the same as sleep (the individual will still have awareness and control), hypnotherapists often require the individual to be in a deeply relaxed state to enable them to use their imagination fully. For this reason, it’s imperative that the individual feels completely comfortable with their hypnotherapist. Hypnosis is a different state of consciousness from being awake or asleep, and many people compare the deep, relaxed state of hypnosis to daydreaming.
Altered states of awareness have been recognised for thousands of years and hypnosis is widely accepted as a beneficial psychological therapy to access our inner potential. Techniques can be used to reveal issues from an individuals past that may be causing them distress, or the approach can be focused more on their present problems. Hypnotherapy can generally help with most emotional problems an individual is finding hard to cope with, and some physical problems can also be effectively treated with hypnosis too, such as IBS and insomnia. However, it’s important for an individual to consult their GP before approaching a hypnotherapist if they suffer from clinical depression, epilepsy or schizophrenia.
Hypnotherapists will often combine hypnosis with other psychotherapy and counselling techniques to benefit individuals. The techniques used will depend on the issue the individual is seeking help for.
Types of Hypnotherapy
As a client you do not need to understand the different types of hypnotherapy as your therapist will aim to ensure that they use the best methods to suit you as an individual and your particular issues.
As every person is different the best results will be obtained by utilizing the methods that each person will respond to.
Your therapist may have studied and/or trained using a specific type of hypnotherapy or they may have studied a number of different models (or modalities). For example:
• In “Traditional Hypnosis” the therapist gives direct suggestions to the subconscious mind. This type of hypnosis works well with those who accept what they are told.
• In “Ericksonian Hypnosis,” the therapist will use metaphors to give suggestions and ideas to your subconscious mind. This can be very effective because it helps to eliminate the resistance to change that may come from the conscious mind.
When you first meet with your therapist and discuss the issues you want to work on they will work out a programme of treatment with you and explain what will happen next. (If you want to find out more information about the different models of hypnotherapy then do ask your therapist).
Most hypnosis cassettes and DVDs use “Traditional Hypnosis” techniques. This is the reason why this method has only a partial success rate as it is not very effective for people who are critical or analytical in their thinking processes.
Are there any risks associated with hypnotherapy?
Before considering hypnotherapy, you need a diagnosis from your doctor to know what needs to be treated. This is especially true if your condition is psychological (for example, a phobia or anxiety), and you should be evaluated by a psychiatrist. Without an accurate diagnosis, hypnotherapy could make your symptoms worse. Very rarely, hypnotherapy leads to the development of “false memories” made up by the subconscious mind; these are called confabulations.
Does hypnotherapy really work?
Hypnosis and hypnotherapy have many research studies done showing how effective the method can be for many types of problems and conditions. If it was not successful at all, there would be publications saying so. If you do a general search on any of the medical search sites, such as PubMed, (National Library of Medicine and National Institutes of Health), Medscape, WebMD, etc. you will see professional medical journals full of entries on the successful use of hypnosis and hypnotherapy. For example, for IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome), hypnotherapy has proven to have one of the highest success rates over other treatment methods, with most studies being done after all other methods have failed with very severe refractory cases.
How does hypnosis work?
Acts at Subconscious Level: Every human being has latent talent to reprogram emotions, attitudes and reactions. Hypnotic suggestions focus on the subconscious part of the mind that accepts them as a new reality as long as the suggestions are framed within the person’s belief system, ethical and moral standards.
Access Subconscious through Conscious Mind: During the hypnotic trance the conscious mind leaves a doorway to the subconscious, which allows it to consider and accept new neurological connections, patterns of behavior and thoughts.
Uses Educative/Therapeutic Processes: In a therapeutic hypnotic trance, it is easier to work on issues that are not controlled by the conscious mind. For example, you cannot possibly tell your body to stop the pain. However, with the hypnotic trance and some specific and proven suggestions, you can.
Hypnotherapy as a process may involve few or all of the following:
• Understanding & Reframing the area of concern.
• Relaxation and deep induction(deeply engaged in the words or images presented by a hypnotherapist)
• Responding (complying with a hypnotherapist’s suggestions)
• Feeding suggestions
• Returning to usual awareness
• Reflecting on the experience
What about the idea that Hypnosis can weaken the mind?
Hypnosis does NOT weaken the mind. On the contrary, it helps people use more of their mind’s potential. It helps people access their inner strength. The subconscious mind is protective. Hypnotized people will accept suggestions that are acceptable, and reject suggestions that are not acceptable. Suggestions must be worded in a form and language that the patient’s subconscious can understand.
What role does the Subconscious Mind play?
The Subconscious part of the mind, or the Inner Mind, controls all of our living functions that keep us alive, as well as all of our automatic behavior patterns. But, the Subconscious is not as easily Communicated with as is the Conscious Mind. Information is imprinted in the Subconscious essentially in three ways: through trauma, through repetition, and through the language of Hypnosis. Thus, Hypnosis is the quickest and most efficient way to impress the Subconscious and imprint changes in behaviors, attitudes, beliefs and feelings. The upshot is that making changes in long-standing, core habits (e.g., eating patterns, smoking, emotional reactivity, coping responses) often creates internal discomfort and stress. Old habits cling and typically resist efforts to change them. This can be because of Conscious conflict about changing, but it can also be the result of conflict between the Conscious and the Subconscious parts of the mind. That is, you consciously may want to change and may have decided to change, but the Subconscious does not know this. If it did, it would help you, but it often has no way of knowing that you consciously want to change. So, it continues to control the old behavioral habits and this creates and perpetuates inner conflict. Once the Subconscious is informed that you want to change, and once it knows that it is in your best interest to be helped to change, it has no choice but to help you change. Then, the two parts to the mind, Conscious and Subconscious, can work together in cooperation with little tension, upset, or stress. Remember, what you can conceive you can achieve, and the Subconscious has a tendency to accept what it imagines as real.
Why visit a hypnotherapist?
Quite simply, visit a hypnotherapist if there is anything in your life you wish to change. Whether you would like to start doing something you wish to do, or stop doing something that’s become a problem.
Are drugs used in hypnotherapy?
No, not at all.
What does hypnosis feel like?
Believe it or not, there will have been many times in your life when you have already felt it, but maybe don’t even know about it.
If you’ve ever said to someone “I’m sorry, I missed that, I was ‘miles away'”, then hypnosis feels just like the bit where you were ‘miles away’!
Does everyone respond to hypnotherapy?
According to the British Society of Clinical Hypnosis (BSCH), it is estimated that 85% of people will respond at some level to clinical hypnotherapy. Some individuals are more likely to respond to hypnotherapy than others and having confidence in the technique helps. Believing change from hypnotherapy is possible is important and if an individual is personally motivated to change, hypnosis is often more likely than if the individual relies completely on their hypnotherapist and doubts whether they have the ability to access their subconscious and make changes happen.
It is important to recognise that it is not possible to hypnotise an individual against their will, and even if an individual is hypnotised, they can reject any suggestion that is not beneficial to them. Hypnotherapy is therefore natural and safe, with no harmful side effects.
Will this work for me?
Well, there is no way to know for sure, but that goes for other treatments and medications too. But you can rest assured that most people of normal intelligence are fully capable of taking part in this form of therapy. As long as you follow the simple instructions, be open and positive about the approach and process, you should become receptive to the suggestions and obtain improvement. As with any treatment method, there is no magic bullet, nothing in this world works for 100% of those who use it, but that being said, this method has a very high success rate. And since it is completely safe, there is no worry about its effects. At the very least, it will do no harm, at minimum, you will find better sleep and be more relaxed in general, and for most, you will see improvement in your condition, and in many cases for many applications, elimination of symptoms.
Most people realise that this is going to help them, it is nothing scary at all, they have complete control at all times, and we have many, many people who tell us they love their sessions and look forward to the peace and well-being they provide.
What types of problems can hypnotherapy help?
Too many to list, but including…
• Lack of Confidence
• Social Fears
• Stopping Smoking
• Fear of being sick / Emetophobia
• IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)
• Panic Attacks / Anxiety Attacks
• Stuttering / Stammering
• Sex Drive Issues
• Eating Disorders
• Feeling Down
• Shy Bladder
• Fear of driving
• Anxiety and Stress
• Chronic Fatigue
• Low Self-esteem
• Driving Test Nerves
• Vaginismus (Primary Vaginismus and Secondary Vaginismus)
• Premature Ejaculation
• Sexual Problems
• Fear of Heights
• Emotional Problems
• Interview Nerves
• Public Speaking
• Fear of the Dentist
• Long Term Grief
• Poor Self Image
• Nail Biting
• Driving Phobia
• Bruxism (Teeth Grinding)
• Migraines (linked to emotion / stress)
• Fear of Commitment
• Depression (Depressive Illnesses)
I’ve tried countless diets, but still can’t lose weight or keep it off. Can hypnotherapy help me?
Hypnotherapy for weight control is geared towards finding the reason why a person is repeatedly feeling the need to overeat – whether it be ‘comfort’ eating, or eating due to stress. Analytical hypnotherapy is by far the best method used here for this.
The other method that can be used for this is suggestion therapy. However, this is really only used for those times when a person is either on a diet, or about to embark on a diet and feels the need to treat themselves to an enjoyable visualisation session.
I’ve tried giving up smoking countless times before, why is hypnotherapy different?
Smoking serves a need to the smoker, a basic necessity which is actually laid down very early in their life: the need for ‘oral satisfaction’. It is something that must be met.
When the smoker tries to stop smoking by willpower alone, the need is no longer met, and the person can feel anxious, restless, and irritable. Usually the need reinforces itself, and the smoking starts all over again. Curiously, it is this same need which can sometimes cause ex-smokers to put on weight.
Hypnotherapy aims to ‘reprogram’ that need, and channel its energies into feeling pride and pleasure in stopping the smoking habit. It also aims to counter the possibility of ‘symptom substitution’, which can lead to overeating, for example.
Is there any age limit?
Anyone over the age of 18 years can choose to see a therapist. If you are a minor you may need the permission of a parent or guardian and you should talk to your therapist about this. If you are a parent or guardian seeking a hypnotherapist for a child or young person it is best to talk to the individual therapist. There is no upper age limit.
Should I use hypnotherapy as an alternative to seeing my doctor?
The answer is NO. It is not an alternative to seeking proper medical care. Hypnotherapy is a complementary therapy and should, where needed be used in partnership with conventional medicine. Your physician’s or consultants training in diagnosis cannot be replaced by hypnotherapeutic recordings. Check out all health problems first with your doctor if in any doubt about using any self help treatment.
I am taking prescribed medication – is it ok to have hypnotherapy as well?
It is likely that when you first meet your hypnotherapist they will ask you about any pre-existing medical conditions that you may have and also if you are taking any prescribed medication. They may well ask you to check with your GP before you start hypnotherapy.
How many sessions of hypnotherapy will I need?
This will depend upon your individual circumstances. This is something that you will discuss with your therapist when you first meet and many therapists will agree a set number of sessions with you which they will review with you. Depending on the issues you want to address hypnotherapy can often be a relatively short process.
How long is a session?
An individual session will usually take 50 – 60 minutes and your therapist will make this clear to you at your first meeting. In some cases a session can take longer but you will discuss this with your therapist in advance.
What happens at the first session?
It is possible that you will feel quite apprehensive about meeting your therapist for the first time – they will understand this and do their best to put you at ease. At the first session they will tell you all about the practical information you need to know and of course you will be able to tell them about your own goals for attending therapy. They will give you the guidelines about:
• How many sessions you will have
• What type of therapy they use
• How much will it cost
• What happens if you miss a session
• If you can contact them between sessions
You will also have the opportunity to ask them about things like their experience and most importantly, decide if you will feel comfortable working with them.
Will I be unconscious when in hypnotherapy?
No. No loss of consciousness is involved. Individuals will be perfectly aware of their surroundings, including sounds, movements and smells and will be hyper-sensitive to touch. Some individuals will achieve a deeper level of trance than others. However, the results remain the same.
What happens if I can’t relax?
Your therapist is skilled at helping people to relax and there is no ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ way for you to behave. Try not to worry about things like this as this may make you feel less relaxed. This is something you will be led into gently – and your therapist will be aware of your apprehensions.
What happens if I fall asleep or don’t wake up?
The state of relaxation that you enter is not the same as sleeping – but some people do fall asleep and this is nothing to worry about. You will be in a secure environment and your therapist will be aware of this possibility. Your therapist will also explain about the method that they will use to ensure you are fully aware and ready to get on with your usual activities after the session.
Will I be aware of what is going on?
Yes, you will. You will hear everything that is said (in fact, for analytical therapy, you will be talking yourself!).
Will I remember the session?
Another misconception is that you won’t be able to remember anything that went on in the session. The truth is that you will be able to remember most of it. Any portions not remembered, will be where your mind has drifted off to some distant thought or memory.
Can I get ‘stuck’ in hypnosis?
There is no evidence that anybody can become stuck in hypnosis. The worst that might happen could be that you fall asleep – and wake up unhypnotised! Orne & Evans 3 conducted a famous study where participants were hypnotised, and the experimenter leaves the room under the pretense that there is a problem he has to attend to, the participant is then observed (without his knowledge) to see what happens. The result was that participants spontaneously woke up, the high hypnotisables taking slightly longer to do so.
How soon can I expect results?
This varies from person to person, some individuals notice better sleep and relaxation the very first time they listen, others notice this comes later. Simply work with the listening schedule if your chosen programme has one. Don’t try to do anything, but simply listen. Impatience is your greatest enemy. Take away the importance of your presenting problem and work with the programme, enjoy it and acknowledge the fact you are doing something different to help you feel better, and to reduce or eliminate the condition..
Is it confidential?
Yes it is important that you can feel that you can talk about things in complete confidence. Your therapist will not talk about you with others – the only time they might breach confidentiality is if by keeping a confidence it could cause significant harm to you, your therapist or another person – for example if your life is at risk. They will explain about this when you first meet.
Hypnotherapists generally have a Supervisor and it is very likely that they will talk about your case (without disclosing your identity). This is to ensure they offer you the best possible service – a similar process to a doctor discussing your medical notes with a specialist.
How will I feel afterwards?
After a course of therapy, many people feel invigorated, more confident and enthusiastic about their new outlook on things.
It’s very common too, for people to feel a great deal of relief in getting over the issue which had been causing such anxiety, often for many years.
Is Hypnotherapy guaranteed to make me feel better?
A hypnotherapist will never offer to ‘cure’ you. During your initial consultation you will be able to talk about why you are seeking hypnotherapy and together you will decide on a course of treatment. They will always refer you to your General Physician first for any medical issues.
How often will I see my therapist?
This is something that you will decide with your therapist. It may be once a week but this is flexible for example you may meet once a week initially and then decide together that you want to meet more or less frequently depending on how you feel.
This is a PERSONALIZED clinic where we will start with understanding your key issues and recommend how to best resolve it.We use a multiple of modalities, to holistically look at the root case and then address it at Mind, Body Generational Healing & Energy levels. We will use a FEW of the modalities below ( depending on your issues).
Depending on the intensity of the issue, we would recommend 4-6 sessions to resolve one issue.
Each clinic comes with a detailed at-home ‘Empower M.E.’’ package (may include audio, meditations, techniques etc) which you can use to maintain your practices in-between the sessions.
Please Contact Us for further enquirers.