Does Hypnotherapy Work?

Most people have only experienced hypnosis from stage shows. These entertaining shows give only a tiny glimpse of the true power of hypnosis. Hypnosis is mostly used for therapy and has been proven to be extremely effective. Some of the popular uses for hypnosis therapy or hypnotherapy are smoking cessation, weight loss, and for the treatment of mental ailments.

Hypnosis is the only therapy that works by changing the internal thoughts of the client. These internal thoughts known as patterns, beliefs, habits and behaviors effect all aspects of a person’s life. The reason many people turn to hypnosis for therapy is hypnosis is one of the few natural means of effectively treating many ailments. How would you like to erase decades old habits in a matter of hours? Raise confidence, change behaviors, alleviate anxiety and depression or even lose weight, hypnosis has been shown to be effective in all of these areas and more.

Unlike traditional therapy that may take many years to have a positive effect, hypnosis goes directly to the root of the problem. By changing how the mind thinks, change becomes natural and nearly effortless. For instance, if you want to lose weight, taking on the habits of a naturally thin person will make you lose weight. A naturally thin persons thinking can easily be instilled in your unconscious mind to give you these good habits.

Another example, if you wanted to have more confidence, hypnotherapy can be used to instill self confidence. Utilizing the same beliefs, behaviors and patterns of a naturally confident person can make you confident. The problem is acting confident is relatively simple, feeling confident requires changing internal beliefs. With hypnosis therapy these beliefs can be changed easily and effortlessly.

If you have a more serious mental ailment such as anxiety or depression, hypnotherapy has been accepted by the American Medical Association as a viable and effective treatment. Hypnotherapy can help you overcome nearly any aspect of life which has a mental basis which is nearly everything in life.

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  1. Hi Santos,

    When you are looking for a qualified counselor you need to find someone who has had the problem you have AND has the outcome in life you desire. In other words, they know what you are going through AND now have what you want.

    You may have a relationship issue and go to a relationship counselor who has had four divorces. This person clearly knows what not to do in a relationship but the question is have they applied what they learned and have a fantastic relationship now? If not, you don’t want to pay them.

    So many counselors I’ve met have never gotten over their own issues and this is a huge problem. When I coach someone, I only coach them on issues I have personally had and overcome. For instance, I don’t work with people who want to overcome alcoholism. I never had alcoholism so I don’t know specifically how to overcome it. Now I have enough experience and enough tools to help someone overcome alcoholism, however I find it more effective to focus on those areas I have personal experience in.

    For instance, I did have a horrible food addiction. I discovered the answers to beating the food addiction AND lost 140 pounds. Many people may have overcome food addiction but not lost the weight meeting only one of the criteria. So if you have a food addiction AND want to lose weight go to someone who got rid of what you don’t want AND gotten what you DO want.

    Now having said that, you may have to search longer for a qualified person and you may have to pay more. Your results will be infinitely better if you follow the criteria I just laid out. Find someone who has overcome what you have AND has the result you currently want.

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