What is Hypnotherapy

What is Hypnotherapy and equally what it is not?

Perhaps to start, it is easier to say what hypnotherapy is not.

It is not a loss of consciousness but rather a change in awareness as to when we become immersed in a good book or some enjoyable pursuit.

It is not being controlled by another as stage hypnosis may imply. In therapeutic hypnosis, the client is always in control and can end the hypnotic session anytime he/she wants.

It cannot be used to make anyone do anything that they would not morally or ethnically do at any other time.

What does hypnosis feel like? It is the relaxed feeling we get just before falling asleep at night or just as we awaken in the morning. Have you ever dozed off whilst listening to the television or radio, and been half-aware of what is being said but been too comfortable to take much notice?

Therapeutic hypnosis is used to enable the client to achieve harmony in mind, body, and spir[t

The BRITISH MEDICAL ASSOCIATION once described it as a treatment of choice, and Pope Pius X11 said the church is perfectly happy to endorse it providing it is administered by an ethical and professional manner

All our Hypnotherapists are insured, professionally trained and are provided with CPD.

Anthony Wilson,

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Anthony Wilson Hypnotherapy Wiltshire

The Magic of Hypnotherapy

Magical Hypnotherapy.

Often in my 30 years of practice, many clients have said that the result and effect of hypnosis are magical. My answer is it is all down to the strongest organ in your body which is your subconscious mind and it can achieve wonderful results most of the time.

However there is one condition that is remarkable to witness and that is Phantom Pain syndrome suffered by those who have lost a limb due to accident or illness. Whenever I am presented with a client suffering thus I take them into a deepening state of Hypnosis and eventually deeper self-hypnosis and when we have achieved this state the subconscious is made aware that the limb is no longer there and therefore cannot experience pain again in the future. Once that has happened and the mind has rationalised this fact then that phantom pain should go and of course, the client can pratise their own hypnosis whenever they wish.

Although that mind is a formidable organ it can also be irrational at certain times until it is shown that once a limb has gone it cannot hurt again.

Never underestimate the awesome power of your subconscious.!

Anthony Wilson

Anthony

Hypnotherapist

Anthony Wilson Hypnotherapy Wiltshire

What is hypnotherapy?

Perhaps to start, it is easier to say what hypnotherapy is not.

It is not a loss of consciousness but rather a change in awareness as when we become immersed in a good book or some enjoyable pursuit.

It is not being controlled by another as stage hypnosis may imply. In therapeutic hypnosis, the client is always in control and can end the hypnotic session anytime he/she wants.

It cannot be used to make anyone do anything that they would not morally or ethnically do at any other time.

What does hypnosis feel like? It is the relaxed feeling we get just before falling asleep at night or just as we awaken in the morning. Have you ever dozed off whilst listening to the television or radio, and been half aware of what is being said but been too comfortable to take much notice?

Therapeutic hypnosis is used to enable the client to achieve harmony in mind, body and spirit.