Have you ever been so absorbed in a book, or so spellbound by a movie that you completely forgot everything around you? Or, when parking your car at your destination, do you sometimes find that you have no idea of how you actually got there? These are examples of everyday hypnosis. Not a deep level of hypnosis – but hypnosis nonetheless. Contrary to what most people believe, hypnosis is not a state of sleep. It does involve the induction of a trance-like condition, but is actually more an enhanced state of awareness, in which the conscious (‘critical’) mind is suppressed and the subconscious mind is wide awake.
With hypnosis, we can transform negative behavioural and thought patterns into positive, constructive ones (and attract a lot more positive events into our lives), we can effectively reduce stress, leave unhealthy habits behind us, overcome depressive feelings, learn to handle pain in a different way, and much, much more.
During the hypnotic state, the analytical, left side of the brain is ‘suspended’ to some extent – the critical factor is bypassed and direct communication with a very alert subconscious mind can be established.
The certified OMNI ‘regress to cause’ (and fix it!) method takes you back to the precise moment a ‘programme’ was created, and then guides you through a process that helps you to use the vast, creative resources of your subconscious mind to put your problem to rest. This process also often involves work with the Inner Child and the Superconscious Mind (or the Soul). You always remain fully aware and actively participate in shaping the process.
The applications are virtually limitless:
Please be aware that a visit to a hypnotherapist does not replace a qualified medical consultation. Do not stop taking any medication or any other form of therapy that has been prescribed for you by a doctor. If in doubt, always consult your doctor!
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