"What we think, we become" -Buddha. With Hypnosis I put you into an altered state of consciousness (ASC). It feels like you are meditating in a peaceful and relaxed environment. You end up being in between what is known as the sleep state and awake state. This is when I am able to communicate not to your conscious but your subconscious. This is important because this is where everything has been imprinted like bad habits. This is where change actually happens because your subconscious is much stronger than your conscious. I go into your master control system & suggest the things you tell me you want changed.
There was a survey by Alfred A. Barrios, PhD., that was printed in the American Health magazine that stated the following findings:
We can only work on one thing at a time otherwise you confuse your subconscious and you will not make any progress. Realize you may even need more than 6 sessions dependent upon how deep the root issue really is. This will also allow you to feel the full benefit of what you are trying to achieve.
60% of doctor visits in the United States are due to stress-related problems. Most of these are poorly treated by drugs, surgery, or other medical procedures. 60% of physicians are referring their patients out to complimentary therapies especially for mild depression, stress & anxiety. It is well-documented that Hypnosis is very effective in helping patients with presurgery preparation and post surgery healing, Insomnia, Fibromyalgia, Chemotherapy side effects, and Hypertension. 70% of the 46 million Americans who smoke want to quit & usually try to quit several times before permanently kicking the habit. Unfortunately, those who do not participate in a cessation program, about 95% will fail at quitting. Also, 95% of diets fail!
Brain wave activity is divided into four levels of cycles per second:
Beta: Full consciousness, awake
Alpha: Falling asleep at night & waking up in - Hypnosis - Meditation
Theta: Early stages of sleep - Deep meditation - Deep hypnosis
Delta: Full sleep to deepest sleep