Our mind has two main parts, the conscious and the subconscious. The function of your subconscious mind is storing data, information, memories, beliefs, imagination, values, intuition, protective reactions. Your subconscious helps you to respond in a way that you have programmed it. You store your data and retrieve it when you need it. Your subconscious does not think or reason; it obeys the commands it receives from your conscious mind. It is essential to have a positive attitude and thinking, because it has a significant effect on your behaviour, mood, emotions. Motivational activities, inspirational quotes, metaphors are helpful for people committed to positive thinking because your subconscious mind implements a positive pattern in your way of thinking and your outlook on life.
Your subconscious mind maintains your physiological balance through your autonomic nervous system most of the time. It also keeps your mental balance by keeping you thinking and acting in a consistent manner consistent based on your past experiences. These habits are stored in your subconscious mind.
Habits are hard to break, and whenever you try it, your subconscious will try to show you that you are acting out of the pattern. At this point, you might feel psychologically and physically uncomfortable.
However, using hypnotherapy, we can reach to your subconscious and find out what patterns are created there, and you can purposefully start to build up new comfort zones to which your subconscious will adapt.
There are various techniques in hypnotherapy that can help you to reprogram your subconscious to help you to believe in yourself because of your confidence, and then, you can achieve your true desires, dreams, and life goals.
Our subconscious makes up nearly 90% of our mind and it is learnt from associations. If you suffer from anxiety, fears and phobias, it is your subconscious mind that has been triggered which the conscious is often unaware of; hence it is difficult to make the change in a conscious level.
Hypnotherapy is accessing your subconscious mind to create new associations that are in line with your conscious goals. The hypnotic state or trance is a natural state that that we enter automatically daily. Hypnosis is a relaxing and very enjoyable experience for most people, and I will teach you self-hypnosis too.
How does it work?
I will use integrative psychotherapy methods combined with hypnotic suggestions (it is also known as clinical hypnosis) based on your unique needs, problem and personality.
I will help you relax as much as you can during the session then I will give you some suggestions that will affect the symptoms you are having. Positive suggestions and positive self-talk will be used throughout the therapy to strengthen the effect of the positive outcome. I am an integrative psychotherapist; therefore I will choose the most appropriate psychotherapeutic styles and tools and pair them with hypnosis to assist you in achieving your goal. Some people do not feel hypnotised, because they think about hypnosis as a magical state. It is a relaxed state, and everybody can achieve it. While you are in this lovely, calm, relaxed state, you will be asked to visualise that you have achieved your goal, and you will be given strategies to think and act more positively.
Some deep-rooted emotional problems, anxiety, depression often respond very well to mixed
This therapy allows you to do most of the talking, in fact, you discover for yourself the underlying cause of your problem, and I will support you all the way.
Learn more about the history of hypnosis
Parts of the mind and their functions