Unleash Your Super Human
My approach…I empower you to create the life you desire. With the application of hypnotherapy and yoga exercises, the body taps into its own healing potentials to restore, regenerate and re-create healthy positive physical and mental patterns.
The TRUTH of the matter is that changing a habit consciously JUST doesn’t work. We try time and time again, punishing ourselves when we go back to that “I shouldn’t, but I am dong this again,” thought.
That’s normal and there is no need to suffer any longer. The reason why it’s so difficult to change a habit using the power of will is because habits are created in the subconscious mind. So, we must use the subconscious mind to create better, healthier habits that will allow us to discover what we truly WANT.
You might wonder, “Well what’s Yoga got to do with hypnosis?” The answer: Everything! The exercises that I will show you from the yogic tradition won’t be the gymnastic style handstand type seen in Yoga Journal, but they are the simple body care, breath work, self-care exercises that you can do to show yourself the care and love you deserve. This will help rejuvenate, relax, and restore the body. Yoga simply means “Union” of body and mind. Once, union is achieved then the cycle of undesirable habits and thoughts seem to just fall away without effort. Instead of forcing away negative patterns with simply replace them with positive thoughts and positive action for a desirable outcome.
Hypnosis allows for long term transformations to take place deep inside in order to turn adversities into blessings, anxiety into excitement, hopelessness into endless possibilities, lack-of- love into richness-of-love and self-doubt into humble confidence.
MYTHS OF HYPNOSIS
People often fear that being hypnotized will make them lose control, surrender their will, and result in their being dominated, but a hypnotic state is not the same thing as gullibility or weakness. Many people base their assumptions about hypnotism on stage acts but fail to take into account that stage hypnotists screen their volunteers to select those who are cooperative, with possible exhibitionist tendencies, as well as responsive to hypnosis. Stage acts help create a myth about hypnosis which discourages people from seeking legitimate hypnotherapy.
Another myth about hypnosis is that people lose consciousness and have amnesia. A small percentage of subjects, who go into very deep levels of trance will fit this stereotype and have spontaneous amnesia. The majority of people remember everything that occurs in hypnosis. This is beneficial, because the most of what we want to accomplish in hypnosis may be done in a medium depth trance, where people tend to remember everything.
In hypnosis, the patient is not under the control of the hypnotist. Hypnosis is not something imposed on people, but something they do for themselves. A hypnotist simply serves as a facilitator to guide them.
— DAVE JANSEN MMA FIGHTER
— SCOTT DUVAL CHT, NLP
— GREGORY DEVORE, CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST
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