Hypnosis at HeartSpace
Hypnosis, a relaxed, focused state of concentration, is not a new modality of treatment. Under a variety of names, hypnosis has been known and utilized for millennia as a means of influencing human behavior. Therapeutic suggestion and concentration have been practiced throughout the history of human endeavor as a means to recognize and treat discomfort, disorder, and disease. The Celts and Druids practiced hypnosis and the Egyptians founded “sleep temples” some 4,000 years ago dedicated to therapeutic trance states in which curative suggestions were given. The Bible also has many sections which allude to hypnotic phenomena.
Virtually anyone can be hypnotized, some more easily than others, and the depth that people reach in hypnosis varies between individuals. The more people practice self-hypnosis, the more easily they can slip into that wonderful relaxed state. However, it is not necessary to achieve a very deep level of hypnosis to change habits or conditions that are mentally, physically, or emotionally detrimental.
HeartSpace has also created specific goal-oriented CD’s for you to listen to before going to sleep or during the day when you have at least one uninterrupted hour of relaxation.
Pre talk 1 hour goal setting session and needs assessment.
Packages are available and will be discussed during your one-hour assessment.
1 hour recorded customized session by appointment.
You will receive a CD of your session/s to optimize your success.
Daytime/Anytime CD’s available for purchase and free with some packages.
Self-Hypnosis CD’s available for purchase and free with some packages.
Group and Corporate pricing available.
We offer Hypnosis Services for:
Many misc. challenges, Physical, Mental, Emotional and Spiritual
What is Hypnosis like?
Hypnosis can be likened to the feelings we experience just before waking completely from sleep or just as we drift off to sleep. Some people say it feels like daydreaming. When in hypnosis, people experience a state of complete mental, physical, and emotional relaxation. In itself, this is a very healing state. Dr. Milton Erickson, a leading American Hypnotherapist, described the process of clinical hypnosis as “a free period in which individuality can flourish”.
Please check with your physician or healthcare provider if you have any questions about whether or not hypnosis will help or conflict with a present medical condition.