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Over the years Hypnosis has been used in many different settings
and for many differing uses. In war locations where anaesthetic
was not available, Hypnosis was used to induce an anaesthetic
response, numbing the area ready for surgery. A side effect was that
improved recovery time and healing were noted.
Hypnosis can be called a trance state or merely a day dream, it
is a natural altered state of awareness that all of us have
experienced many times before, for example, when you have been
driving and realise you cannot remember parts of the journey. We can
be in a trance watching a film, listing to music or when we are
deeply in thought.
Hypnotherapy consists of hypnosis and therapy and is an
empowering process that can facilitate change and help you to take
more control over your life. It is a holistic therapy treating
the whole individual.
The mind has two parts, the conscious and the subconscious. The
conscious mind is the part you are aware of most of the time - it is
the part that records all new experiences. These experiences are
then passed to the subconscious (your memory bank), where they are
permanently stored. The subconscious mind (your memory bank) also
controls and regulates the involuntary functions of your body, such
as breathing, circulation, digestion, etc. These functions occur
naturally without you having to consciously think about them.
Therapeutic hypnosis is simply a series of ever-deepening
relaxations, you neither go to sleep nor become unconscious -
you can talk quite easily, be aware of your surroundings and
remember everything that has taken place. It can be defined as a
pleasant feeling of relaxation, calmness and comfort, during
which it is possible for you to access the stored information in
your subconscious mind. You are in full control all the time and
if you are given a suggestion that you donít like, you either ignore
the suggestion, or bring yourself out of hypnosis.