The Hypnotherapist is a Johannesburg based Hypnotherapy practice, offering a diversity of solutions ideally suited just for you. Each and every individual requires a different approach.
Guided hypnosis is not a “quick fix” or a "band-aid" ; We are dedicated to working with you step by step to help you achieve your goals.
We also provide other services to assist with designing a healing path for you.
The Hypnotherapist Johannesburg
32 Rietfontein Rd, Edenburg, Sandton, 2128
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What does hypnosis work for?
Hypnosis is a trance-like mental state in which people experience an increase in attention and concentration. People in a hypnotic state often seem sleepy and zoned, but in reality they are in a state of hyperconsciousness with a focus on attention with imaginative involvement. There are many myths and misconceptions about Hypnosis. Hypnosis is a process that can be used as a therapeutic tool with medical and therapeutic benefits. Hypnosis can be applied at different age levels. Children are just easier to hypnotize because of their imaginary mind eye. Hypnosis can be used on patients with anxiety and depression, addictive personality and various phobias. There is also great success with Hypnosis on patients with other problems. (see our list of Hypnoses)
The most common form of meditation that we provide;
We can guide you, teach you to hypnotize yourself or provide the full hypnotherapy experience
Guided hypnosis: This form of hypnosis involves the use of tools such as recorded instructions and music to induce a hypnotic state. Online sites and mobile apps often utilize this form of hypnosis.
Hypnotherapy: Hypnotherapy is the use of hypnosis in psychotherapy to treat conditions including depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and eating disorders.
Self-hypnosis: Self-hypnosis is a process that occurs when a person self-induces a hypnotic state. It is often used as a self-help tool for controlling pain or managing stress
How does Hypnosis work
During hypnosis, a hypnotherapist causes a state of intense concentration or focused attention. It is a guided process with verbal cues and repetition. Before entering the trance, the hypnotherapist will begin breathing exercises to calm you down and prepare you for hypnosis. The trance you enter may seem like sleep in many ways, but you are fully aware of what is going on. While in this trance-like state, your therapist will make guided suggestions designed to help you achieve your therapeutic goals. Because you are in an elevated state of focus, you may be more open to suggestions or advice that you, in your normal state of mind, may ignore or dismiss. When the session is complete, your therapist will wake you up from the trance-like state, or you will leave it on your own. Hypnotherapy can put the seeds of different thoughts in your mind during the trance-like state, and soon those changes will take root and flourish.
Hypnotherapy can also pave the way for deeper processing and acceptance. In your regular mental state, if it is "confused", your mind may not be able to absorb suggestions and guidance