Hypnosis is not magic, although the process and the results can certainly be perceived as magical.
“If you know your heart well, nothing unexpected will come. Because you will know your dreams and your desires, and you will be able to handle them. No one can escape the voice of their heart. Therefore, it is better to listen to it.” – Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist
Hypnosis refers to communication with the subconscious mind. This is not as crazy as it sounds – we are constantly communicating with our subconscious mind. But how do we do it intentionally? Naturally, we are in close contact with our subconscious mind when in a relaxed state. So, we induce a relaxed state (trance). In this state, we develop a credible version of what we truly want with the subconscious mind, without our inner critic or rational mind interfering. Although our rational mind is usually more prominently perceived, it is our subconscious mind that generally determines our actions, and certainly always influences our emotions.
A few common myths about hypnosis: You can hear everything around you during hypnosis, you can converse with the hypnotherapist, and you can make free decisions. You remain in control and decide at every moment what is in alignment with you. The state of hypnotic trance is a natural state that we all experience multiple times a day, especially just before falling asleep. Technically, the hypnotic trance is a state of lower brain frequencies, meaning that our critical faculty is less active while other brain areas become more active.
Legal notices: Hypnosis does not replace medical or psychotherapeutic treatment. If a client is in psychotherapeutic treatment, it is necessary for us to be informed. We do not treat without the consent of the treating therapist. We are happy to contact the therapist regarding this. We never recommend discontinuing existing treatment or stopping or starting medication.
Not only our ethical code but also membership in leading hypnosis associations worldwide binds us to confidentiality.
Hypnosis Treatment Areas
For what is hypnosis actually used?
You are probably wondering what hypnosis is actually used for and what possibilities it offers for positive changes. We are excited to provide you with insight into the fascinating world of hypnosis and introduce the various application areas.
Hypnosis is much more than the well-known stage shows or Hollywood fantasies. It is an effective and recognized method in therapy and personal development. Through the special state of trance that you experience during a hypnosis session, unforeseen possibilities open up to work on deep-seated beliefs, blockages, and unwanted behavioral patterns.
In our hypnosis practice, we harness the power of hypnosis to assist you in various areas of life and provide support on your journey towards personal growth and positive changes. Whatever concerns you bring, we are here to accompany you with empathy and professionalism. Together, we create the space for your desired change and help you lead a more fulfilling and happier life.
In the world of hypnosis, there is a wide range of application areas:
Anxiety and Stress Management: Hypnosis can help you overcome fears and develop a healthier approach to stress. Whether it’s exam anxiety, fear of flying, or social anxiety – hypnosis can offer sustainable relief.
Smoking Cessation: Do you want to quit smoking? Hypnosis can help you break your smoking habits and pave the way to a smoke-free life.
Weight Management: Hypnosis can support you in establishing healthy eating habits, improving your eating behavior, and regulating your weight naturally.
Pain Therapy: In cases of chronic pain, hypnosis can be used as a complementary therapy to alleviate pain and achieve a better quality of life.
Building Self-Esteem and Confidence: Hypnosis can help you increase your self-esteem and build a healthy self-confidence.
Relaxation and Stress Reduction: In today’s hectic world, hypnosis offers a wonderful way to achieve deep relaxation and reduce stress.
Creativity and Performance Enhancement: Hypnosis can immerse you in a creative state and enhance performance, whether in art, sports, or the professional context.
Trauma Processing: Hypnosis can help you process traumatic events and experience emotional healing.
These are just some examples of the impressive application areas of hypnosis. It can bring about positive changes in many areas of life and lead to a more fulfilling and happier life.
Our team of experienced hypnosis therapists is here to support you with empathy and competence on your journey, helping you achieve your personal goals. We warmly invite you to discover the power of hypnosis and learn how it can support you on your path to a fulfilling life.