About Hypnosis

The power of the mind to assist you to overcome unwanted habits and behavior cannot be overestimated. There is overwhelming anecdotal data clearly demonstrating the power of the subconscious to improve your health and to assist people to experience a more fulfilling lifestyle. Whatever the mind can create the mind can heal.

Hypnosis may be categorized into two basic types…

Stage Hypnosis and Clinical Hypnosis.

Stage Hypnosis is the hypnosis you may have seen in the movies or on the stage where the Hypnotist is interactive with the audience. Although the hypnotist is a skilled practitioner, this is essentially show business.

Clinical Hypnosis is the science of working with people for the purpose of dealing with unwanted emotions and behavior and to improve the client’s health and lifestyle.

At the Hypnosis Management Center, we deal with clinical hypnosis only.

During hypnosis, a person’s conscious mind is somewhat subdued, not asleep but merely less interested in what is happening. This allows the subconscious mind to become more active. As a hypnotist talks to a hypnotized person, the subconscious mind more readily accepts what it is told and governs the body accordingly. One very important factor of the subconscious mind is that it is totally objective. If the subconscious mind chooses to accept a particular suggestion, it is done uncritically, as fact, without any clouding or emotion affecting its outcome.

The use of hypnosis is virtually unlimited in nature. The most common of these are weight and smoking control. It can also be used for such things as alcoholism, drug addictions, insomnia, migraine headaches, pain control, sexual problems, nail-biting, thumb sucking, bed wetting, anxieties, phobias and various psychological problems such as depression and compulsion. Hypnosis can help develop memory and increase concentration. It can improve such things as study habits, self-confidence and athletic skills. Presently, hypnosis is being used effectively in many different settings, including medical, dental and legal areas. Every day, new and innovative uses are being discovered by creative practitioners.