When I talk to my clients in our free consultation session, I explain to them that only they can allow healing within themselves. I jokingly say that I’m only the tour guide, but they have to go on this journey deep within themselves all by themselves.
Some of my clients have experienced hypnotherapy before, and trust me when I tell them that I only have their highest good in mind when working with them.
Others are skeptical. I understand their uneasiness if they only know hypnosis from movies, TV shows, or Las Vegas extravaganzas. Here, the hypnotist is often depicted as some evil witch or wizard that makes people do things they usually wouldn’t agree to.
In hypnotherapy, the accent is on therapy. I’m a Master of Spiritual Psychology and have studied Psychology at the University of Vienna, where I was trained in talk therapy.
Classically trained therapists use talk therapy – as taught by my fellow Viennese Dr. Sigmund Feud or the Swiss Psychologist Dr. Carl G. Jung – to get to the core of the issue the client comes to see them.
In Hypnotherapy, the client discovers in talk therapy what they want, and when we arrive at the hypnosis part of the session, I use their own words to program the subconscious to achieve whatever they need. I keep out of the occasion: it’s my clients’ words, my client’s wishes, and my clients’ deep desires that I help to plant for them.
The success of hypnotherapy is undisputed. Outstanding achievements are attained worldwide, especially in combating addictions such as smoking, overeating, and drug & alcohol addiction.
In my practice, I saw how people who suffered all their lives from insomnia overcame it in a single session.
These are just a few of the areas where properly used hypnosis can help.
In my next blog, I will tell you more about the wonders of hypnosis and how it will help you deal with all kinds of stress.