Unlike simple medical hypnosis, transpersonal hypnotherapy treats the body, the emotions and the spirit together. The patient and the therapist collaborate to design an individualized treatment approach.
What Is Hypnosis?
Hypnosis is effective, doesn’t hurt, isn’t invasive and doesn’t require expensive equipment or drugs. With the help of a qualified hypnotherapist, you can alleviate a myriad of medical and psychological ailments. Once learned, most patients can continue to assist themselves with self-hypnosis techniques.
Hypnosis is a pleasant state of relaxation combined with very focused concentration. In some ways, hypnosis is similar to sleep. There is a narrowing of attention accompanied by tranquility and inertia. Unlike sleep, patients never lose awareness and are conscious of what is being said.
Hypnosis activates nerve pathways in the brain that cause the release of natural morphine-like endorphins. These “opioids” modify, the perception of pain and a variety of symptoms. Under hypnosis, patients can regulate body functions over which they normally have no control. Hypnotic suggestions override responses of the autonomic nervous system, reducing heart rate, blood pressure and slowing breathing.
- guided imagery active
- imagination interactive
- trance and spiritual work
Transpersonal therapy more deeply addresses personal change and life issues and creates lasting change.
Using Transpersonal Hypnotherapy To Support Well Being
Under hypnosis many people experience a sense of universal oneness. Once this state is achieved, you can find deeper solutions and healing.
Transpersonal Hypnotherapy can help in these ways:
- Quiet your inner critic
- Access trusted source/inner wisdom
- Discern life’s purpose
- Negotiate life’s transitions
- Confront shadow personalities
- Integrate sub-personalities
- Experience past lives
- Eliminate fear of death
- Achieve work/life balance
- Enhance prayer/meditation