Hypnosis is the doorway to your unconscious mind. Your unconscious mind is where you store all of the information you have inside and hypnotherapy is very useful to access this information and develop a better relationship with yourself, your inner intelligence and your highest-self.
If you are open and committed to the process, hypnotherapy can be a very beneficial strategy to identify, understand, and resolve the mental and emotional blocks limiting your success and help bolster other therapeutic benefits, such as managing stress and anxiety, developing confidence, increasing self-esteem, and enhancing self-image.
During your session with a New Heights Clinical Hypnotherapist, you will develop strategies, tools, and techniques that can be adapted and used long after your session has ended. By learning to better communicate with the unconscious mind through affirmative imagery and suggestions during hypnosis, you will have more influence to prompt constructive beliefs, attitudes, and actions in support of what is desired.
Unfortunately, many people have incorrect ideas about hypnosis and trance, believing it is different than their “normal” state of consciousness. Hypnosis is a natural resting state—a state of deep relaxation and calm that humans love. We all go into varying levels of this relaxation state (aka trance) throughout the day. In fact, it is estimated that we spend almost two-thirds of our lives in trance! A light trance will likely feel no different from simply being relaxed as you will not feel “zonked out” nor will do anything you don’t want to do.
Another important thing to remember is that all hypnosis is self-hypnosis. The role of the New Heights Clinical Hypnotherapist is to help guide you into a deeper relaxed state so that your unconscious mind is more receptive to accepting ideas and thoughts that nurture you and encourage you to achieve your goals and dreams. You always remain in control, and you only accept the suggestion given that are consistent with your own internal values & beliefs.