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To access the sub-conscious mind, the hypnotherapist helps your conscious mind relax. In this deeply relaxed state, a communication channel is opened with the subconscious mind. It’s here that positive messages are programmed into the patient’s mind using verbal affirmations and suggestions. “These new messages form the foundation of new behavioural patterns,” explains Shah. Fresh neural pathways are created in the brain, and these are then strengthened by post-hypnotherapy structures (eg. posthypnotic recordings which the patient can hear during leisure).
Hypnotherapy for relationships helps get to the root of problems, change unhelpful behaviour patterns and build confidence. Here, we explore the different relationship problems hypnotherapy can support with.
Hypnotherapy is a powerful tool for change and can help us understand why we feel and behave the way we do and support us to develop new ways of thinking. Here, we’ll look into some of the most common relationship issues and how hypnotherapy for relationships can help.
Conflict within relationships
Us humans are social beings; we crave connection, intimacy and conversation. It’s perhaps no surprise then that when our relationships are in danger, we are deeply affected.
Whether these relationships are platonic or romantic, our emotions attached to them can be complicated. Often, experiences we have when we’re young affect our relationships as adults. We can learn unhelpful behaviours and be subconsciously affected by past events.
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-Insomnia -Nightmares -Sleep Paralysis -Ignore the snore -Bed wetting
-Migrain Pain -Lower Back Pains -Stomachache -All Other Useless Pains
Remember Not To Forget
Hypnosis has long been considered a valuable technique for recreating and then studying puzzling psychological phenomena. A classic example of this approach uses a technique known as posthypnotic amnesia (PHA) to model memory disorders such as functional amnesia.which involves a sudden memory loss typically due to some sort of psychological trauma (rather than to brain damage or disease). Hypnotists produce PHA by suggesting to a hypnotized person that after hypnosis he will forget particular things until he receives a “cancellation,” such as “Now you can remember everything.
PHA typically only happens when it is specifically suggested and it is much more likely to occur in those with high levels of hypnotic ability, or “high hypnotizable” people. Now a new study shows that this hypnosis State actually influences brain activity associated with memory.