Pain control

Hypnosis may help with pain due to burns, cancer, childbirth, hot flashes, irritable bowel syndrome, dental procedures and headaches.

Hypnosis is likely to be effective for most people suffering from diverse form of pain.

Research shows that hypnosis works as a part of a treatment program for a number of psychological and medical conditions, with pain relief being one of the most researched areas.

Hypno- analgesia is likely to decrease acute and chronic pain in most individuals, and to save them money in surgical procedures.

Hypnosis can alleviate the sensory and/or affective components of a pain experience, which may be all that is required for acute pain. 


Mental health conditions

Hypnosis may help treat symptoms of anxiety, phobias, low self esteem, post- traumatic stress and depression. Although myths about it abound, hypnotherapy is a very helpful form of therapy to alleviate anxiety.

Many studies have reported that hypnosis reduced anxiety levels and lowered blood pressure in patients before surgery, and enhanced recovery afterwards by shortening hospital stays and reducing complications like nausea and vomiting .

Many patients benefit from hypnosis for depression and burnout,break free from phobias, eating disorders or sexual dysfunction.

Common benefits of clinical hypnotherapy:

  • A more positively oriented worldview
  • Increased ability to detach from obsessive behaviors and habits 
  • Increased ability to focus on stressful situations and ideas while remaining emotionally balanced.

Refreshed feeling of self- control 

  • Reduced feelings of depression or anxiety

Rejuvenation with hypnosis

Through (self)- hypnosis, we can eliminate subconscious age accelerants and introduce new age- defying interactions.We can identify the corrosive effects of aging on the mind and body, and replace them with youthful vitality.

Despite conventional assumptions that aging is largely an uncontrolled physiological phenomenon which is determined largely by genetics, new emerging perspectives recognize the complex mental, spiritual, and physical interactions underlying aging as well as our capacity to deliberately influence them.

Hypnosis as rejuvenation strategy is important in several ways.

First, it can set the stage for implementing a wide range of age- management strategies. Examples

are procedures that target the underlying dynamics of aging as well as the external signs of aging.

Hypnosis is also important to rejuvenation because of its capacity to energize inefficient biological systems, including malfunctioning or weak organs.

Furthermore, hypnosis can influence brain activities in ways that directly alter the neural and biochemical functions associated with aging.

When appropriately applied, hypnosis as an age-defying strategy can slow the aging process and literally reverse the visible signs of aging.

For rejuvenation as well as many other self-empowerment applications, self hypnosis is the key to achieve visible results.

Cancer Treatments Side Effects

Hypnosis has been used to ease side effects related to chemotherapy or radiation.

Behavior change

 Hypnosis has been used with some succes in the treatment of bed-wetting, smoking, overeating and other addictions.


Spiritual growth through hypnotherapy

Clinical hypnotherapy is a very effective method to assist Healing, Creativity and Spiritual Growth, can help you find the highest potential within yourself.

What if you had the power to heal yourself?

Physically, emotionally and spiritually?

With the use of Quantum Healing of Past Life Regression, you can speak to your Higher-Self (Subconscious) and understand that everything is possible. 

Working with the Higher Self helps an individual to realize his own power , find the life purpose or healing these issues that they are currently experiencing.

Is everyone hypnotizable?

The most people can be hypnotized but they differ in the degree which they respond to the hypnosis. Some people are naturally going be easier to hypnotize then others. It’s depends on 2 factors that will make someone easier to hypnotize:

-Consent and belief

If someone gives their consent to be hypnotized, then they want to be hypnotized. Likewise, if someone believes I can hypnotize them, then I can probably hypnotize them. Once the belief is there, They’ve opened themselves up to the possibility of being hypnotized.


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