Because hypnosis accesses the part of the brain which is responsible for facilitating harmony between mind and body, heart and soul, conscious and subconscious, hypnotherapy can create physical and emotional changes in the body which will promote improved health and well-being and allow you to accomplish your goals with greater ease.
Specifically, hypnosis is useful clinically for relaxation and stress management, implanting positive suggestions, transforming habits and subconscious patterns of behavior from negative to positive, releasing emotional blocks by clearing trauma from the memory banks, contacting our inner wisdom, and in medical hypnosis, for assisting the autonomic nervous system and stimulating the immune system to reduce or eliminate pain, to restore bodily processes to natural functioning and to heal injury or illness. No matter what you use hypnosis for, reduced stress and anxiety and improved sleep are always the side benefits.
Discover for yourself how you can use your inner creative abilities to overcome and transform obstacles and limitations and to realize your goals in joy and freedom.
5. Overcome Anxiety - Anxiety is one of the greatest causes of stress. Anxiety is simply fear of the unknown. When you create your own goals and mentally see them as already accomplished in a peaceful, confident way, you lessen the unknown. You can see where you are going. It’s like having a flashlight in the dark. Your hypnotherapist holds the flashlight for you along your new exciting journey.
7. Worry – When you are centered, and enjoy being in the Now, you don’t have to let go of worry. Worry lets go of you.
8. Guilt - Guilt can let go of you too when you work on yourself. What causes us to feel guilty? It is a purely self-inflicted emotion resulting from the belief that we have transgressed some law. Mistakes made in the past that we judged to be wrong or sinful are lodged in our subconsciousness. We can deal with those guilt feelings by forgiving ourselves and shedding the guilt, freeing ourselves to a more fulfilling life.
10. Nail Biting
11. Anger – There is no such a thing as “anger management”. As long as you know where it comes from and work on yourself, it’ll desolve.
12. Frustration – Frustration is lesser degree of anger.
13. Public Speaking
14. Social Phobia
15. Sales Performance
The older man asked, “Do you know the ‘eighty/twenty’ rule?
“Sure.” The visitor felt on more solid ground now. “Eight percent of our results are prodeced by about twenty percent of what we do. And eight percent of our sales are accounted for by twenty percent of the customers…”
The other man added, “And twenty percent of the perople on most sales forces make almost eighty percent of the total sales.”
“Yes,” sighed the visitor…
“Long ago I set out to identify and understand what the best twenty percent do differently. As I studied what made up those differences, it became clear that it was only a matter of investing a few minutes to do those few things that separated the best from the average.
“After I got crystal clear what those differences are, and when those minutes occur, my sales results improved dramatically.
“Don’t think me inconsiderate but let me ask you very directly, Do you know what the key minutes are in your selling style? Or do you spend time and energy doing the unnecessary? If so, you are ‘unconscious’ sales person.”
“Unconscious?” the man bristled…
- Spencer Johnson One Minute Sales Person
17. Stop Smoking
19. Reach Goals
20. Procrastination – Procrastination is not laziness. That’s a label too simple too soon. With all the “self-sabotage”, there is a positive intention from the subconscious mind. Hypnotherapy can help us find it out quickly and address it in a peaceful way.
21. Change Habits – Hypnotherapist is also called “Change Agents”. Changes are good.
22. Mental Focus
23. Attitude Adjustment
24. Career Success
25. Exam Anxiety
26. Relationship Enhancement
29. Surgical Recovery
32. Memory Recall – People have a funny idea about life. They think they forget things. Nobody ever forgets anything. Everything that we pass through in our lifetime makes an impression and we store it away. And when awareness is sufficiently increased so that we can pull that little rememberance out of its hiding place, we get a very thrilling effect. The memories of any kind – including where you “hid’ your jewelry, your childhood or babyhood or past life memories – are concealed within you.
34. Writers Block
36. Lack of Initiative
38. Overly Critical
40. Grieving and Mourning – You might have heard the different stages or phases of grief, something that the mourner must pass through; however, it doesn’t have to be passive. There are helps you can get and there is something you can actively do to adapt to the death of a loved one. Mourning is a process and not a state.
41. Weight Loss – It’s not about weight “loss”, as a lot of people lost and gained weight back, it’s about keeping you at whichever weight you like.
42. Substance Abuse
44. Irrational Fears or Phobias – Where does fear come from, especial the irrational ones? Especially for little children? Hypnosis is the fastest tool to uncover the cause and find cure for them.
45. Dialogue with Inner Child
47. Sleep Disorders
48. Sports Enhancement – Some known examples: Soccer teams Ipswich Town, and Swindon Town both used hypnosis to help their teams, and in both cases the teams saw a dramatic positive effect; The Pakistan cricket team used sports hypnosis during the 2009 cricket season; Australian pole vaulter Steve Hooker used hypnotherapy to help boost his visualisation and confidence, taking the Gold medal in the 2009 Beijing Olympics; Phil Jackson (NBA head coach) insists that the Chicago Bulls practiced daily self-hypnosis when he coached Michael Jordan and the Bulls to their 6 NBA Championships. Later, after coaching the Los Angeles Lakers to a win in Game 7 of the Western Conference Finals in 2002, Jackson credited his morning practice of self-hypnosis, meditation, and visualization with giving the Lakers the belief that they could win; Boxer Ken Norton used hypnosis training before his famous victory over Mohammed Ali; The entire 1983 Chicago White Sox team used hypnosis to help win their division and reach the playoffs that year; Tiger Woods’ mental coach, Jay Brunza, hypnotizes him to block out distractions and focus on the golf course; Famous tennis player, Jimmy Connors, used hypnosis in winning the U.S. Open Championship; Jack Nicklaus claims that his success is entirely owed to practicing concentration and visualisation.
50. Fear of Dentist
51. Fear of Doctor – Okay first thing you need to know, I am not a doctor, I’m a hypnotherapist.
52. Fear of Surgery
53. Assist Healing
55. Contact Spirit Guides (Read a case study, a young woman contacted her 4 spirit guides during the first hypnosis session, and the guides took her to a past life and life between lives to heal her residual emotions: A Gift from a Past Life Regression Client. There’s a great purpose of the hypnotherapist revealed during this hypnotic session as well.)
56. Access Higher Self
57. Out of Body Experience (OBE)
58. Automatic Writing
60. Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD)
61. Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD)
It appears similar to those associated with OCD. If you have BDD, you may become preoccupied with thoughts of a physical defect in your appearance or have an exaggerated concern about a small defect of some kind. This preoccupation can cause a real problem in your life. Thinking about this defect can occupy your thoughts for an hour a day or more.
Often the obsessive thoughts are concerned with your facial features or your hair but can be about any part of your body. The disorder often begins in adolescence and as it becomes worse, can lead to a great deal of internal suffering.
You may become extremely anxious in social situations, consult plastic surgeons and undergo painful or risky operations to try to change the defect that is concerning you so much. These medical procedures rarely give the relief from the symptoms you expect. Indeed, they can often make the symptoms worse.
BDD may cause problems in your relationships or make it difficult to concentrate on every day matters. The causes of BDD can be very different for each person – biological, psychological, environmental and emotional.
If you find yourself frequently looking in reflective surfaces, picking your skin or needing constant re-assurance about your defect then hypnotherapy can help. Hypnotherapy is a very good tool to communicate with our inner mind, where all the thoughts come from, in a meaningful way.
Call us today on 604-687-4325 and find out how easy it is to make an appointment to come in for an informal chat where we can explain how we can help you with our unique therapy.
You do not have to suffer the social isolation and depression that often accompanies Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD). You don’t have to have a lot of trouble going through day to day life, consumed by the negative thoughts about yourself and your appearance. All initial consultations are free of charge.
62. Study Habits
63. Improve Health
64. Bed Wetting
65. Pain Management
67. Life Balance
68. Child Birth
70. Fear of Flying
71. Fear of Heights
72. Fear of Water
73. Depression – Read The Depressing News About Antidepressants published in January, 2010 on Newsweek. If dummy pills (placebo) work as effective as antidepressants to lift the darkness of depression, without any side effects, what do you think is really working behind this? — Yes, the holy trinity of belief, expectation and hope of each individual! The power resides in your mind.
74. Communication with the Deceased – How does this work? Is it crazy? You decide. Here’s an article of three case stories: Communication with the Deceased through Hypnosis.
75. Self-Defeating Behaviors
79. Get more done
80. Performance Anxiety (Read my article which appeared on professional journals in Canada and in Australia in Spring 2012. An Acorn Does not Worry about How to Grow into an Oak Tree, Does it?)
81. Panic Attacks
83. Road Rage
86. Better Self-Esteem
88. Break through limitations
91. Age Regression
92. Sexual Problems
93. Irrational thoughts
94. Lack of Enthusiasm
95. Lack of Direction
103. Trauma and PTSD
104. Fear of School
105. Chronic Pain
106. Problem Solving
107. Hypertension (Lower Blood Pressure)
111. Thumb Sucking
115. Fear of Loss of Control(Read my article, a case study of a young man. If There is No Fear of Fear, Then Where’s the Fear?)
116. Fear of Failure
117. Fear of Success
118. Lack of Ambition
123. Fear of Rejection
126. Resistance to Change
134. Money and Success
140. Nightmares / Night terrors
142. Death or Loss
143. Fear of Death
144. Learn a new skill