Taking Control Through Hypnosis

Do you find yourself knowing exactly who you want to be or what you want to accomplish, but you can’t seem to make it happen? Consciously you may know what you want, but unfortunately, your subconscious mind is often working against you. To create true change, we must be able to access this subconscious part of the mind.

The Subconscious mind is the equivalent of a hard drive, and it’s where all of your programs are stored. While in this deeply relaxed state we call hypnosis, we focus on changing any negative programming that’s not serving you well, and replace it with ones detailing exactly what you want.

The reason we do this is because, left unchecked, the subconscious mind will keep doing the same thing over and over again until it is retrained. This is why the majority of what you are thinking of today, are the same ideas that you thought of yesterday and the day before that. Hypnosis changes that by giving you the power to access your powerful subconscious mind and input those things that are going to make you happy.

Hypnosis is very self-empowering and hypnosis puts you in control of your emotions and habits. During hypnotherapy, your body relaxes as your mind becomes more aware, and you’re always in complete control throughout the session. You easily wake up from hypnosis, and most people feel refreshed and at peace, and you will remember your session.

All people are hypnotizable. Everybody can be hypnotized if they want to be. Originally, they use to think that a portion of the population couldn’t be hypnotized because they didn’t understand that people take in information differently. Now hypnotherapists understand the importance of fine-tuning their approach, so you can rest assured that if you want to be hypnotized, you can do it, including the most scientific minds.

You’ll find that hypnosis in the form of hypnotherapy is both highly effective and efficient. American Health Magazines compared psychoanalysis, behavioral therapy, and hypnosis, and found that a whopping 93 percent of people recovered after only six hypnosis sessions, while behavioral therapy worked for 72 percent after 22 sessions. Lastly, there was a 38-percent recovery rate for those who underwent 600 sessions of psychoanalysis.

Most people notice improvements after their first session! Remember, hypnosis is a very profound tool. Change can happen in the snap of a finger. Hypnosis is like planting seeds in fertile soil, with the seeds being all of the positive suggestions that we plant during our session. Some seeds will begin to sprout during your first hypnosis session. Others, an hour later. Others, in two or three hours, a week, two weeks, and so on. For example, there are some who will stop smoking in one session. Others in two. A person who has undergone a lot of childhood trauma should come in for at least a few sessions, especially since there are different trauma components that need to be dealt with.

Most clients report feeling progressively better — more positive and optimistic — as they continue letting go of what doesn’t benefit them, replacing it with what they really want in life. By really wanting what you are coming in for and being completely on board with the process., you’ll avoid wasting your mental energy on thoughts that aren’t in line with what you need. Instead, you’ll be focusing on getting the results you want.

My name is Lori Arveson, if you’d like to stop smoking, take control of your weight, build self-confidence, or end addictive behaviors, we can create effective programs for whatever your need may be.

To find out what’s possible for youschedule a complimentary 15 minute consultation here, visit my website at www.loriarveson.com or email me at LoriArveson@gmail.com.

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