All Hypnosis is Self-Hypnosis
To the person unfamiliar with hypnosis and change, that very statement evokes curiosity. Hypnotists are facilitators, guiding the client toward the desired change. There is no magic or mysticism; no sorcery or voodoo. If you really want to change a habit, reduce pain, relieve stress, lose weight, get a better nights’ sleep, improve memory or confidence, to name a few, the trained hypnotist can help facilitate that desired change.
Hypnosis, as defined by Random House Dictionary, is an artificially induced trance resembling sleep which is characterized by a heightened susceptibility to suggestion.
Hypnosis, as defined by the National Guild of Hypnotists, is a state or condition which the client becomes highly responsive to suggestion.
Hypnosis is a bypass of the critical factor, also know as the conscious mind, and allows establishment of acceptable suggestions. Hypnosis is a way of tapping into your subconscious mind which stores all the things you have learned throughout your lifetime.
If you are serious about changing, if change is what you really want or desire, hypnosis can help. It is with your own effort that any change occurs and hypnosis is the bridge to help with that change, to get you to your desired outcome.
Marge works with clients ready to facilitate positive change. For more information on hypnosis and hypnocoaching, or to schedule your appointment, please contact Marge Scharback, RN by calling (631) 871-2574.
Some of the uses for hypnosis include: Pain Management, Healing, Smoking Cessation, Weight Loss, Stress Management, Relaxation, Nail Biting, Fears, Confidence, Public Speaking, Better Sleep, Worries, Athletic Performance, Concentration and more. Ask us is you don’t see your topic listed here!