| How Hypnotherapy Works
The experience of being hypnotised can be described as being neither
asleep nor awake. Hypnotic states are characterized by pleasant feelings
of relaxation. These accompany the altered state of consciousness into
which the individual allows himself or herself to enter. Desired and beneficial
suggestions may be given directly to the sub-conscious mind in this state.
Hypnosis is a natural, effective way of making contact with the inner,
sub-conscious, self. The sub-conscious is a tremendous reservoir of potential
strength and knowledge, however it can also be a source of problems. Hypnotherapy
is ideal at addressing these problems.
It is estimated that approximately 85% of people of all age groups can
readily respond to clinical hypnotherapy. It is often successful when
other, more conventional methods of treatment have failed.