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  • Are Presence and Hypnosis Safe?
    Completely. Hypnosis is a non-intrusive therapy where YOU are always in control. There are many myths surrounding hypnosis, including the idea that people in a hypnotic state may act against their will or reveal private information. These scenarios, often portrayed in books or movies, are fabrications meant merely for entertainment. In truth, the hypnotic state is more like a vivid daydream, where you remain in control. Morals and ethics remain intact, as does your sense of privacy. Hypnosis is non-invasive and has no side effects. Most people are not aware that they actually undergo hypnosis every day. The trance-like feelings you experience while reading a book, watching a movie or daydreaming are all hypnotic states characterized by focused attention to presence.
  • What is the higher self?
    This part of yourself knows all. It is much, much more complex than the subconscious generally dealt with in hypnosis and referred to in psychology. It is not a repository of problems and difficulties, but an immense resource of wisdom, intelligent insight, and knowledge that can bring real meaning, fulfillment, and purpose to your life. Your Higher Self can answer any and every question you have. It knows everything there is to know about you and the life you are living now. Obtaining this information on your behalf is crucial to the healing aspect of the technique as it provides you with comfort, support, and greater understanding in many different areas of your life. The Higher Self will only choose to share information that is appropriate at the time and information that will only be of benefit to you. If it is appropriate, this part of you is also able to provide physical and emotional healing. It may do this instantly or its healing work will continue for days, weeks, and even months after your session.
  • Will I remember anything?
    Some people tend to remember bits and pieces, but rarely the entire experience. The audio of your session will be recorded and you will be emailed a download of your session so you can watch it and digest it fully at your convenience. Reviewing your process and gaining the wisdom and insights from it is just as important, if not more so, as experiencing it.
  • Will I lose control of what I say or do during a session?
    No, your Higher Self will never act against your best interests or values. Although you will be in such a deep and relaxed state that may cloud your memory and conscious interaction at times. It will never say or do anything that will leave you exposed or vulnerable. So, in this sense, you are totally in control. If your conscious mind was concerned, at worst you would not be able to go into a state of hypnosis, to begin with, or you may regain full consciousness and so interrupt the session. It is important to note here that you will also have the opportunity during the interview process to get to know your hypnotherapist, to address any concerns and to learn about the high level of integrity and respect that is a vital part of the hypnosis process.
  • How many sessions would I need for a full treatment?
    Most people only need one session. More sessions could be added if you like.
  • Will it make a difference if I don't believe in past lives or reincarnation?
    No. Beliefs are not necessary to the Higher Self. Whatever your questions, it is still the source of all answers and will help you in ways that will surprise you. The innate drive of our minds, especially our deeper subconscious minds, is to help us reach balance, fulfillment, understanding, and happiness.
  • What is the best way to approach my hypnosis session?
    Approach it with an open mind and the curiosity of a child, with zero expectations. Like anything, as soon as you remove any expectations from a pending experience it has the opportunity to pleasantly surprise you as it unfolds.
  • What will I Feel Under Hypnotic Trance?
    At no time the subject is asleep or lose consciousness. The experiences can be auditory (as if listening), visual (as if seeing), or kinesthetic (sensations they feel). Nobody does things against their moral principles. The hypnotized person is in a state of presence and has control over what to do with their code of ethics and moral principles; if he does something immoral under hypnosis it is because there was also the possibility to do so in a conscious state. Upon awakening, the patient can remember everything, partially or nothing. This depends on several factors, including the orders of the hypnotist and traumatic experiences. No one stays hypnotized. If left in this state, the hypnotic dream becomes natural and the person awakes sometime later normally. Hypnosis as such has no danger. What can happen is that in trying to "wake up" quickly to a subject that is in a very deep state, present difficulty in doing so, as can happen to anyone at physiological sleep, when you feel you want to wake up and your body does not obey.
  • What if I have more questions?
    Feel free to contact me on the Contact page.
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