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Ever wondered what the day to day routine of a qualified hypnotherapist involves? Read on to find out...
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There are plenty of myths about hypnosis. It’s a shame really, as some of these myths put some people off using hypnosis to help make positive changes in their lives. So in this article I shall talk about ten of the most popular myths about hypnosis, and explain the truth behind each one.
Hypnosis (the auto-pilot, daydreaming state we all experience daily) by itself is unlikely to cause a relief of issues, although it rarely fails to provide welcomed relaxation and stress relief. It is the ‘therapy’ carried out during the altered state of awareness referred to as hypnotherapy that is significant.
Hypnotherapy attempts to address an individual's subconscious mind, using the power of suggestion for beneficial change.
While the media has increasingly presented the virtues of hypnosis for a wide variety of applications, rarely do they make the distinction between a Hypnotherapist and other health care professionals.