Frequently Asked Questions About Hypnosis

1. Does Hypnosis Work?

Yes, studies indicate that in many cases hypnosis works. These two pages have more information on this...

Does hypnosis work?

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Using the power of suggestion

2. How Does Hypnosis Work?

This page explains how hypnosis works and what it can do for you...

How does hypnosis work?

3. Does A Hypnotist Have Control Over My Mind?

No. You are in complete control.

When you enter into an agreement with a hypnotherapist to change something about yourself, you are giving them permission to have some control over your thoughts.

Thoughts about how you respond to the situation you agreed to change.

You have 100% power to resist.

You will not do anything against your moral character, nor will you surrender you own free will.

If anything is asked of you while in hypnosis, it is your choice to respond however you want. If you are asked personal questions that you want to keep personal, you will have the power to do so.

4. Will I Forget Everything That Happens In Hypnosis?

While some people do fall into a light sleep and have amnesia, most people remember everything that occurs in hypnosis.

5. Will I Get Lost In Hypnosis And Not Be Able To Get Out?

No.  Hypnosis is a state you go in and out of every night when you are drifting off to sleep.

As a hypnotherapist, I, as do many hypnotherapists,  include suggestions at the beginning of the session to help you feel more comfortable and in control.

6. What's The Difference Between Hypnosis And Hypnotherapy?

This page explains the difference between hypnosis and hypnotherapy... http://www.real-hypnosis.com/hypnosis-and-hypnotherapy.html Note: This page will be added to as more questions arise. If you have any questions not answered here, feel free to contact me.

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