Frequently Asked Questions About Hypnosis
Can anyone be hypnotised?
Yes, but only if you want to be. A hypnotherapist can not force you to go into hypnotic trance against your will.
Will I know what is happening during hypnosis?
Yes, if anything you are more aware of what is happening. Although your eyes are closed your other senses increase their awareness making you more aware
of your surroundings.
Will I remember what happened during hypnosis?
You will remember some things but not everything. This is how our memory normally works. For example when you listen to a conversation you may
have started off listening to the person speaking but you never remember everything that has been said.
Will I lose control?
No. You are in complete control at all times. The hypnotherapist does not have control over you and if you decide to get up and walk out, then you will.
Could it be dangerous?
No. Hypnosis is a naturally occurring process.
Will I be forced to accept commands or suggestions?
No. You will not accept any commands or suggestions that go against your morals or beliefs.
How many sessions will I need?
This all depends on the problem or change that you want to make. For stopping smoking it is usually one session lasting about 90 minutes. Other issues
can range from 1 to 10 sessions. Every individual is unique and react differently to hypnotherapy.
What is the difference between hypnosis and hypnotherapy?
Hypnosis is the state that a person experiences. Hypnotherapy is using that state for beneficial purposes.
How long does a session last?
Usually it will be for 60 minutes. A stop smoking session will normally take 90 minutes.
How much longer are you prepared to put up with issues that trouble you.
Why work around the problem when you can get rid of it?
Start to live again.