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Please Note: Hypnosis, Hypnotherapy, Guided Imagery, Reiki, Acupressure, Yoga and Self-Hypnotic Techniques are not in any way meant as a substitute for standard medical, psychological or psychiatric treatment for serious or life-threatening conditions, such as medical trauma, surgical emergencies, bacterial infections, certain bodily “mechanical” difficulties, and thought disorders such as psychosis or schizophrenia. These techniques are an adjunctive or complementary alternative for self-healing, self-help, and/or behavioral modification. If you are currently experiencing severe symptoms, first seek the advice of a licensed physician before using any self-healing technique. In ordering this program, you agree to also be under the care of a physician if you have a serious health problem.

What does hypnosis feel like?

Everyone has a different experience with hypnosis. Some people will remember everything. Others might emerge feeling like they just took a nap. One thing is for sure across the board: you will feel deeply relaxed and be fully awake, aware, and in control. 

The state of hypnosis is an awake state that's very similar to meditation or daydreaming. We go into it naturally all the time throughout the day without realizing it, such as when driving or watching TV. 

So contrary to what you may have seen depicted in movies or stage shows, hypnosis is not mind control. In fact, all hypnosis is self-hypnosis, meaning you are the one hypnotizing yourself. The hypnotherapist is simply guiding you through it. And yes, everyone can be hypnotized. 

The big difference between meditation and hypnosis is that with mediation, the goal is to clear your mind of thoughts. Whereas with hypnosis, you have a very clear intention and focus which is where suggestions, conversations and reprogramming with positive beliefs & affirmations are made.