Would I benefit from hypnotherapy? Yes, especially if you have any these:
Symptoms such as:
Nervous tension, anxiety, body tightness
depression not wanting to get out of bed, avoiding social interactions
Fears and phobias
Fatigue and physical complaints for which your doctor finds no physical basis
Disinterested in sexual or intimate relationships
Feeling out of control with addictions, drugs, alcohol, food
Difficulty sleeping without drugs
Do you find it difficult to get along with:
At work with co-workers, boss, the system
In relationships with family members, children, spouse, friends, neighbors
At school with other students, teachers, principals
With sexual partners, in your marital relationship
Do you often feel:
Irritable, angry, dissatisfied
Unhappy, numb, disconnected from others
Hurt, unappreciated, invisible
Sad, depressed, not motivated
Guilty, filled with shame, wanting to disappear
You are not getting the most out of life.
HOW DOES HYPNOTHERAPY WORK?
All of the above mentioned symptoms are most often the product of inner emotional conflicts. With Heart-Centered Hypnotherapy you are helped to become aware of, to understand and to resolve your conflicts on the very deepest of levels. In this way it is a\possible for you to do something constructive about your current situation and experiences.
CAN PHYSICAL SYMPTOMS BE CAUSED BY EMOTION?
Many physical symptoms are psychosomatic in nature which means that they have an emotional or nervous system basis. The word psycho means psychological and somatic means the body. So psycho-somatic means the mind body connection. When you come to think of it, it is not really so strange that emotional strain or worry should produce physical symptoms. After all, every organ in your body is connected with your brain by nerve channels; and so it is logical that when your nervous system is upset by some traumatic experience or conflict, you may feel the effects in various organs of your body.
EXACTLY WHAT IS HYPNOSIS?
Hypnosis is a natural state of altered consciousness that occurs normally in every person just before he/she enters into the sleep state. In therapeutic hypnosis we prolong this brief interlude so that we can work within its bounds and use it for healing for you.