Free Hypnosis Audio Sessions
With Hypnotherapist Gary Maddison
What Is Hypnosis?
Hypnosis or hypnotherapy as it is commonly referred to, doesn’t involve swaying pocket watches, and it isn’t practiced on stage as part of an entertainment act. True hypnosis is a treatment option that may help you cope with and treat different conditions.
To do this, a certified hypnotist (or hypnotherapist) guides you into a deep state of relaxation (sometimes described as a trance-like state). While you’re in this state, they can make suggestions designed to help you become more open to change or therapeutic improvement.
Trance-like experiences aren’t all that uncommon. If you’ve ever zoned out while watching a movie or daydreaming, you’ve been in a similar trance-like state.
How Does Hypnosis Work?
During a hypnosis session, a trained hypnotherapist induces a state of intense concentration or focused attention. This is a guided process with verbal cues and repetition.
The trance-like state you enter may appear similar to sleep in many ways, but you’re fully aware of what’s going on. While you’re in this trance-like state, your therapist will make guided suggestions designed to help you achieve your therapeutic goals.
Because you’re in a heightened state of focus, you may be more open to proposals or advice that, in your normal mental state, you might ignore or brush off.
When the session is complete, your therapist will wake you from the trance-like state, or you will exit it on your own.
It’s unclear how this intense level of inner concentration and focused attention has the impact it does.
Hypnotherapy may place the seeds of different thoughts in your mind during the trance-like state, and soon, those changes take root and prosper.
Hypnotherapy may also clear the way for deeper processing and acceptance. In your regular mental state, if it’s “cluttered,” your mind may be unable to absorb suggestions and guidance.
What Happens To The Brain During Hypnosis?
Researchers at Harvard studied the brains of 57 people during guided hypnosis. They found that: Two areas of the brain that are responsible for processing and controlling what’s going on in your body show greater activity during hypnosis. Likewise, the area of your brain that’s responsible for your actions and the area that is aware of those actions appear to be disconnected during hypnosis.
Meet Hypnotherapist Gary Maddison
My name is Gary Maddison and since leaving the forces over 20 years ago I have studied hypnotherapy and have successfully helped many clients both online and in person break through challenges, achieve personal growth and gain freedom in their lives.
I have also made it my personal mission to help as many people as possible regardless of circumstances to change their lives for the better and to achieve this mission I set up and now run a successful YouTube channel that provides free hypnotherapy sessions.
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