Hypnosis Facilitates Change

If you are wondering how to begin the process of change and seem to keep coming up against a brick wall, hypnosis will open your mind to new opportunities. which is natural and normal.  In fact, hypnosis is the dream like state which you experience as you drift off to sleep each night.


We are all familiar with a time when you just cannot remember a person’s name no matter Michael Emery
Michael J. Emeryhow hard you try to do so, and yet later, when you have stopped trying, that name miraculously pops into your mind, seemingly from nowhere.  Another phenomenon which most of us will have experienced is that of going to sleep at night with a problem on one’s mind and the answer seems to just appear upon waking in the morning.

This is not just co-incidence; it is a result of how our brains are hard-wired.  As you relax your brain waves change from the beta waves of normal waking consciousness to the alpha-theta wave pattern of relaxation and dreaming.  The purpose of the REM state is that of

Wit  you can intentionally create this state of mind which is designed for and find your own pathways to change.  If there are things which you thought previously that you just could not do, then you will find hypnosis allows you to take a step back and see things from a different, and more positive, angle.  Your comes to the fore whilst in hypnosis.  Nearly all famous inventors have been reported as saying that their best ideas and solutions to their major conundrums came to them whilst in a state of semi-sleep; hypnosis.  Hypnosis is indeed the facilitator of change and progress.

Hypnosis does not just allow you to think in a different way. Hypnosis paves the way for changes in behavior as well, because every behavior springs from the way in which you think.  If you want to lose weight easily you have to get your mind around it and hypnosis will help you to do this.  If you want to stop smoking, hypnosis will provide you with the state of mind which allows you to overcome associations with this habit, thereby making it easy to quit.