Finding a hypnotherapist can be tough in a time of online marketing, banner ads, Facebook ads, Twitter feeds and Instragram. Yelp shows one person who has five stars near your home but their website looks as if a four year old put it together and the content on the site doesn’t seem to helpful at all.
How do you know if you're ready to create change in your life? Are you really ready to take a look at all the wonderful and not so wonderful aspects of who you are and what drives you? These are questions one needs to find the answers to before deciding if hypnosis is right for you.
What are your feelings for? What do they tell you? Do you know the difference between feeling inadequate, sad, bored or fearful? More importantly, do you have a healthy way to satisfy those feelings once you have identified them?
"You're getting very sleepy" and in most cases losing total control of yourself.
At least that is the way it's portrayed in the world of Hollywood and of course, there is the stage hypnotist who appears to make people do all sorts of goofy things. These are the images we have of hypnosis. So how can it also be one of the most powerful tools for transformation available? In this article, I will dispel some myths and introduce you the modern techniques and uses of hypnosis and hypnotherapy.