What Is Flagstaff Hypnosis All About?
Another way to define hypnotherapy is that it is an application of various self-help methods while a person is in the natural state of extraordinary relaxation that helps regulate the nervous system and moves you toward greater health and well-being.
“Hypnosis is a state of narrowed consciousness, and flagstaff hypnotherapy is using that consciousness toward a goal,” says Dr. Andrea Bradford, an assistant professor of medicine at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, who practices hypnotherapy on some of her patients.
Through hypnosis the critical and analytical conscious mind (your inner critic) is relaxed and soften to access the subconscious which is saturate with new, empowering instructions. Old limiting beliefs are replaced with positive information. This leads to removing blocks, which then creates new healthy behaviors that help you reach your goals.
The therapist’s role is to teach you how to access the trance state on your own. Once you’ve learned how to do this, you can start using self-hypnosis on a regular basis to maximize your healing potential.
Hypnotherapy is also used to help you resolve a specific issue, attain a goal and create positive, permanent change – many times when all else has failed.