If you’re ready to grow, change and improve, then we can help to make this your reality.
We specialize in Self Improvement, Self Confidence and HYPNOSIS, which entails placing the subject into an special state in order to help you to achieve your goals and objectives.
We serve clients throughout Buffalo, New York and the surrounding region, helping people as they work to achieve goals and improve life.
How Does Hypnosis Work?
We will begin by discussing your goals and objectives for the session. The teqnique can be used for a number of different problems and dilemmas, including:
• Hypnotherapy to stop smoking;
• Hypnosis to lose weight;
• Hypnotherapy for sleeping problems;
• Hypnosis to break bad habits such as procrastination or nail biting;
• ….and beyond!
Once we understand your needs, your professional hypnotist will work to bring you into a state of total mental and physical relaxation as you’re placed under hypnosis. In this state, the hypnotist will help you tap into and access the full power of your subconscious mind.
Hypnosis is a natural altered mental state and while an individual is under hypnosis, they are more open to suggestion, making it easier to effect change.
Will I Lose Control While Under Hypnosis?
Many clients fear that they’ll lose control or black out while in a state of hypnosis.
Clients can rest assured knowing that they will maintain full and complete control during the hypnosis session. Individuals can expect to remember the entire session; there will not be any ‘black outs’ or loss of memory.
In order to enjoy maximum benefit from the session, the individual must be willing to take part in the process while maintaining active engagement throughout the duration of the session.
Does Hypnotherapy Work for Everyone?
An extremely effective method. Individuals who are truly open to change and improvement tend to enjoy the most significant benefits from hypnosis.
Relaxation is also essential. If the client is unable or unwilling to relax, this can interfere with the hypnosis session, adversely impacting its efficacy.
Hypnosis naturally occurs throughout the course of an individual’s day. Examples include daydreaming, which can cause a person to become unaware of the events that are occurring around them. For instance, you may not hear a person calling your name.
Another example of natural hypnosis is highway hypnosis, when your mind wanders while driving and before you know it, you’ve driven 25 miles, yet you have no recollection of the specifics of the actual drive. In other words, you were in the car and in control, but you weren’t actively experiencing the drive.
People who are prone to these natural forms of hypnosis tend to enjoy the highest degree of benefit from hypnotherapy.