FAQsWhat if I can’t be hypnotized?
Anyone can be hypnotized provided he or she wants to be. In fact, we all enter into different levels of hypnosis on our own accord several times a day, such as when we are deeply immersed in a book or movie, daydreaming, driving on the freeway or on the verge of falling asleep.
What does hypnosis feel like?
Hypnosis is a natural state of mind, a focused state of concentration during which your mind is calm and very alert and your body completely relaxed. During hypnosis you are not asleep but rather in a deeply relaxed state of consciousness where the hypnotherapist can better connect to your subconscious mind.
Can hypnosis hurt me?
In over 200 years of recorded hypnosis history, there is no documented case of anyone being hurt by hypnosis. If your hypnotherapist tried to give you suggestions that were against your morals, ethics or belief systems, you would instantly emerge form the state of relaxation on your own.