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Hypnosis In Newcastle upon Tyne

Hypnosis In Newcastle upon TyneAre you looking to find hypnosis in Newcastle upon Tyne?. Quays Clinic can help you. What is self-hypnosis?. Self-hypnosis is a very natural mindset with physiological characteristics which resembles sleep.

When a person finds themselves in the natural state of hypnosis there is an increased level of mental awareness which amplifies a persons sensory awareness (what they feel, see, hear, taste and smell). Another description of the phenomenon is that of a modified state of mind, while another links hypnotism to imaginative role-enactment. Hypnosis is nothing to fear at all. Anything that causes a person to concentrate or focus on doing something naturally allows hypnosis to take place.

All Hypnosis Is Just Self-Hypnosis

An individual in this particular natural state of mind is said to have increased focus and concentration with the ability to concentrate intensely on a specific idea or memory. All hypnosis is just self-hypnosis. Hypnotism has been used for many centuries for healing purposes and pain relief. There are many myths of hypnosis and about the effects of hypnosis. The phenomenon is on a regular basis used by magicians in magic shows or professional stage hypnotists for entertainment.

Where Did The Word Hypnosis Emerge From?

The term hypnosis originates from the Greek word hypnos, “rest”. The words hypnosis and hypnotism both come from the term neuro-hypnotism (worried sleep) coined by Scottish surgeon James Braid around 1841. Braid based his practice on that developed by Franz Mesmer and his fans (Mesmerism or animal magnetism), however varied in his theory about exactly how the treatment worked.

Being In Hypnosis Is Not The Same As Being Asleep

There is a belief that the phenomenon is a sort of unconsciousness appearing like sleep, however modern study suggests that hypnotic subjects are totally awake and fully familiar with happening around them.

Learn Efficient Ways To Hypnotize

If you are planning to learn the best way to hypnotize watch as many videos on the subject as you can find or look out for a hypnosis provider like Ian Smith at Quays Clinic of Hypnotherapy in North Shields.

What Is Hypnotherapy?

Hypnotherapy is just the skill of making use of the tool of hypnosis to change unwanted habits, behaviors and emotions at a subconscious level in the mind. Hypnotherapy incorporates many different aspects of psychotherapy, counseling and neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) techniques.

Hypnosis For Weight Loss

Clinical hypnotherapy is fantastic for weight reduction. Normally when someone is wanting to slim down they attempt to change their overeating habits that are related to gaining weight at a conscious level. Unfortunately that’s not where the weight problems are recorded. The problems connected with weight gain are recorded at a subconscious level.

This is why trance is used to by-pass the analyzing mind to get to the bad habits which are causing the weight problem. The bad habits are then changed to positive ways of losing weight naturally using clinical hypnotherapy. The same principles are used when someone plans to stop smoking or overcome stress.

Hypnosis In Newcastle upon Tyne

If you are wanting to find hypnotherapy in Newcastle upon Tyne, look no further than clinical hypnotherapist Ian Smith. Hypnotist Ian Smith has years of professional experience in the hypnotherapy business. Ian Smith at Quays Clinic of Hypnotherapy in North Shields is only a call away.

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“How To Master Hypnotherapy Anchoring Techniques”

Ian Smith (Distinction) D. Hyp  T.F.T  M.U.F.H

Quays Clinic of Hypnotherapy

Telephone: 0774 3353367

Hypnosis Hypnotherapy

Hypnosis Hypnosis is an amazing tool which is being used more and more by many healthcare professionals from all around the world. Many top company CEO’s use it, professional athletes use it and so do many incredibly successful business men and women in all different types of businesses. Learning how to use the “tool” of hypnosis in business and everyday life is incredibly important. People that practice self-hypnosis on a daily basis really understand the true power of using the different self-development techniques. Sadly many people are really not too familiar with the whole process and become quite fearful of it because of what they see in stage hypnosis.

In reality there is absolutely nothing to fear at all.

Hypnosis Is Free

Hypnotism is a very natural phenomenon in all animals and humans. It takes place when someone is concentrating on something internally in the mind or externally on a focal point. The phenomenon is now being widely used in many different aspects of health care. Thankfully doctors, surgeons and dentists are now becoming more aware of the benefits of using hypnosis for pain management, self-development and treating addictions.

Many doctors now are starting to refer their patients to professional hypnotherapists in their local areas.

Scientists And Hypnotism

For many decades scientists have been opposed to the use of hypnotism in therapy. They viewed the phenomenon as just being party tricks and of no value at all to the medical profession. Thankfully to the persistence of some of the great historical figures that practiced hypnotism, it has now become recognized by members of the public as being a wonderful way to change unwanted, habits, behaviors and emotions.

History Of Hypnotism

At the end of the 19th century hypnosis had become a very popular phenomenon due to Charcot’s public hypnotism sessions. Hypnotism was incredibly important in the invention of psychoanalysis by Sigmund Freud who was a student of Charcot. Freud later privileged to witness some experiments of Liébeault and Hippolyte Bernheim in Nancy. When he went back to Vienna he developed abreaction therapy with Josef Breuer.

Where Did The Term Come From?

The term “hypnosis” (Greek: ὕπνωσις) comes from the Greek word hypnos, “sleep”, and the suffix osis, or from hypnoō, “(I) put to sleep” (stem of aorist hypnōs ) and the suffix is. The words “hypnosis” and “hypnotism” both derive from the term “neuro hypnotism” (nervous sleep) coined by the Scottish surgeon James Braid in the 1841. Braid based his practice on that which was developed by Franz Anton Mesmer and his followers which is where we get the terms (“Mesmerism” or “animal magnetism”).

Modern Day Hypnotism

In modern day times it is assumed that a hypnotist or hypnotherapist can communicate with the a person’s subconscious mind where all of that person’s habits, behaviors and emotions are stored when the individual is in what is commonly known as “trance”. Many hypnotists believe that a certain depth of trance has to be achieved to create permanent change.

Allot of good therapeutic work can be done in the “waking state” in conversation with the client. It takes many years of experience for most hypnotherapists and hypnotists to be able to naturally know what depth of trance a subject is in. One amazing hypnotist in particular (Dave Elman) was the first person to create a hypnosis induction by design to achieve somnambulism which also had built in tests for depth of trance.

What Can Hypnotism Be Used For?

Hypnosis can be used for a wide range of physical, psychological and emotional problems. Predominantly in the past the phenomenon was used mainly for pain relief. In Modern day times a skilled hypnotherapist can use hypnosis to overcoming fears, phobias and eating disorders like bulimia and anorexia. The more common uses for the phenomenon are for help with stop smoking, weight control and stress management.

Hypnosis For Weight Loss

When it comes to hypnosis for weight loss a hypnotherapist must use their experience to look for the reasons as to why their clients or overeating, binge eating or comfort eating. When the reasons are discovered hypnotherapy can then be used to eliminate the bad habits or in many cases emotional upset which is triggering off the desire to eat too much unhealthy, fatty foods.

What Is Self-Hypnosis?

All hypnosis is just self-hypnosis. Quite simply this is where the phenomenon is induced by yourself and then you give yourself your own positive suggestions which are associated with what it is that you want to change in your life. Self-hypnosis is not difficult to learn when you have a good instructor.

Self-Hypnosis Books

There are many different self-hypnosis books on the market. They tend to cover a wide range of topics. Many of these books start with by teaching you simple techniques and then progress the reader on to learning advanced self-hypnosis.

Alcohol Addiction

First and foremost even before hypnosis is used to beat alcohol addiction the addict must truly want to stop the alcohol abuse. The “triggers” that cause the desire to binge drink must be discovered and eliminated. Many clinics and rehab centers are now advocating the use of hypnotism for alcohol addiction.

Hypnosis Is Not Sleep

Hypnosis is most definitely nothing to do with sleep. It might look as if a person is asleep during a hypnotherapy session because their eyes are closed but it’s simply not the case. A person when in a hypnotherapy session is actually in a heightened state of mental awareness and knows exactly what is happening but can’t really be bothered to do anything physically or mentally unless they really wanted to.

Hypnotherapy In Newcastle upon Tyne

If you are looking to learn how to hypnotize for your own personal development contact Quays Clinic today. Hypnotist Ian Smith is an Internationally respected therapist who has many years of experience in the hypnotherapy business. For further information contact Quays Clinic on the telephone number provided below.

Click Here To Get Your FREE Hypnosis Download 

“How To Master Hypnotherapy Anchoring Techniques”

Ian Smith (Distinction) D. Hyp  T.F.T  M.U.F.H

Quays Clinic of Hypnotherapy

Telephone: 0774 3353367