Hypnosis for Anxiety
Anxiety does not define who you are, because anxiety is a mental state — a mental state that you have the ability to control through hypnotherapy. Therapeutic hypnosis gives you the ability to take control of your life by taking control of your thoughts and behaviors so that everyday stressful triggers no longer call for negative reactions, so that you can feel confident in both your professional and personal life.
The Art of Healing
We tend to think of healing as two distinct things: Emotional Healing and Physical Healing. If we take a moment to contemplate the actual steps of healing we come to recognize that they are one in the same. At its core, healing is an experiential, energy-requiring process in which we carve out a healing space and foster relationships that help us navigate the original trauma, repair, rehabilitate, and learn and course-correct away from the burden of the trauma toward health and thriving! This healing process should result in (and from!) a sense of wholeness, integration, balance and transformation.
Our understanding of physical trauma and the path to healing is well understood and formalized. Our emotional healing tends to be more conceptual, if not ignored completely. How often have you heard "time heals all wounds?" Here's a news flash- IT DOESN'T!
The goal of this review was to summarize the empirical literature on hypnosis as an integrative cancer prevention and control technique. We have reviewed where hypnosis has strong support for its efficacy (surgery and other invasive procedures), where it holds promise (weight loss, chemotherapy, radiotherapy, metastatic disease), and where more work is needed.
Hypnosis produces an altered state of consciousness, awareness, or perception. The hypnotic state is a highly relaxed state in which the patient’s mind (conscious and subconscious) is focused and receptive to therapeutic suggestion.