Although it has been a form of treatment for more than a century, only recently has it been recognized as an empirically supported approach to pain control." Clinical Hypnosis for Pain Control (David R. Patterson Ph.D.)
Hypnosis is a mental state that we all naturally experience everyday. It the power of the subconscious mind. Hypnosis is like focused daydreaming. While we all experience hypnosis somewhat differently, all but a small portion of the population who have a low IQ, on certain medications, or actively resist can benefit from it.
In spite of what you might have seen during a stage hypnosis act, a hypnotist can't make you do anything you don't want to do. You won't reveal secrets. You won't do anything while experiencing hypnosis that you wouldn't do fully awake. You have complete self-control. Your morals remain unchanged while in hypnosis.
Waking up from hypnosis is the same as stirring from a daydream, so have no fears that you will not wake up. On rare occasions a client will enjoy hypnosis so much that they take a little longer, but everyone always wakes up.
Glen Bledsoe is a Consulting Hypnotist practicing in the greater Salem, Oregon area and is certified by the National Guild of Hypnotists.
Glen has spent nearly 25 years in public education and well knows how to work with people, how to listen to their concerns and how to teach people to teach themselves how to improve their lives.
Hypnosis can be helpful in so many ways.
As well as public speaking, test preparation, blood pressure, and much more. We're only limited by our imaginations.
An online group that supports those who use hypnosis to become non-smokers.