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This therapy guides you into a meditated state. You will go from an awake, reactionary mind, to an intuitive, creative state, then to a place where super-learning and  healing can occur with the outcome being a heightened state of consciousness with crystal clear focus.

It is not like other programs that merely soothe or calm you. This therapy creates a symphony of brainwave activity. A feeling of calm focus that is just right for learning and productivity. 

Backed by neuroscience and research, guided meditation is proven to help people who experience high stress, have difficulty sleeping, low energy, and other lifestyle challenges.

The practitioner will more than likely include this in your therapy sessions, however, you can start this therapy today in your own home.

Interesting Facts:

  1. Our brainwaves mimic the pulse rates of the sounds to which we are exposed

  2. Hypnosis was once used as an anesthesia

  3. Hypnosis is a naturally occurring state: Contrary to popular belief, hypnosis is not a mysterious or unnatural phenomenon. It is a naturally occurring state of focused attention and heightened suggestibility that we experience in everyday life. Examples include being absorbed in a book or movie, daydreaming, or getting lost in thought while driving.

  4. Hypnosis has a long history: The practice of hypnosis dates back thousands of years. Ancient civilizations, such as the Egyptians and Greeks, utilized similar techniques for healing and spiritual purposes. However, hypnosis as we know it today gained recognition in the late 18th century with the work of Austrian physician Franz Mesmer, giving rise to the term "mesmerism."

  5. Hypnosis can influence perception and behavior: Hypnosis has the potential to influence a person's perception, sensations, thoughts, and behaviors. While under hypnosis, individuals may experience alterations in their perception of time, pain, and even their own identity. It can be used to address various issues, such as managing pain, overcoming phobias, improving performance, and enhancing personal growth.

  6. Hypnosis and the subconscious mind: Hypnosis is often associated with accessing and influencing the subconscious mind. During a hypnotic state, individuals may be more receptive to suggestions and can tap into their subconscious resources to facilitate positive changes. This can help uncover deep-seated beliefs, emotions, and memories that impact behavior and well-being.

  7. Hypnosis is a collaborative process: Contrary to popular misconceptions fueled by stage hypnosis shows, hypnosis requires collaboration and willingness from the individual being hypnotized. It is not a state of control or manipulation imposed by the hypnotist. The person undergoing hypnosis maintains control and is an active participant in the process, making it a collaborative endeavor between the hypnotist and the individual seeking change or improvement.

  8. It is impossible to become stuck in a hypnotized trance

NOTE that guided meditation may not be suitable for everyone, particularly those with certain mental health conditions or medical concerns. Consulting a healthcare professional or therapist is recommended before incorporating any new therapeutic practice. Additionally, finding a qualified practitioner or reputable resource is essential to ensure a safe and beneficial experience.

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