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“Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate.” ― Carl Gustav Jung


There are two parts of the mind: the conscious mind and the subconscious mind. The conscious mind allows you to think, analyze, process and plan. It uses only 10% of your potential and also houses your short term memory. In any type of traditional talk therapy you are basically dealing with the conscious mind.  Here you analyze, figure out, or intellectualize your problems. Talk therapy improves your awareness, which is the first step in changing. The other 90% of your mind is the subconscious mind where all of your memories are stored. Everything you have ever experienced, felt, smelled, heard, tasted or dreamed is indelibly recorded in this part of the brain. Hypnosis provides direct access to the sub- conscious mind.


"Heart-Centered Hypnotherapy" is the process of psychotherapy with a client who is in hypnotic altered state of consciousness which gives you the ability to dip into the unconscious and bring the unconscious material back into the waking state of consciousness. This is different from regular hypnosis which induces you into a relaxed, suggestible state and then offers post- hypnotic suggestions for relief of your symptoms. With “Heart-Centered Hypnotherapy you actually experience a visceral reaction while releasing the emotional charge around your issue.

"Heart-Centered Hypnotherapy" allows you to get in touch with your core issues more rapidly than conventional talk therapy. It helps to purge the body of pain, sadness, old anger, grief or any negative feelings you may be holding onto and would like to get rid of. It leaves you lighter and freer. It helps you to open your heart to yourself and approach your difficulties from a place of love and self-acceptance.


Most of us are familiar with the theatrical hypnotists who make you cluck like a chicken or bark like a dog among other silly things. This gives people the wrong impression and causes you to believe that hypnotists control your mind. This is absolutely untrue. Under hypnosis you are in a heightened state of concentration and relaxation. You will not do or say anything that is against your morals or character. You can not be talked into doing anything against your will.


What is the difference between a Hypnotist and a Hypnotherapist?

In the state of Florida a hypnotherapist is a licensed mental health professional who has additional training in hypnosis. A hypnotist has had no formal mental health training.

Can everyone be hypnotized?

Yes, people put themselves in a state of hypnosis practically every day. It is
a normal state that happens to everyone right before going to sleep. It also happens when we’re reading a book, watching television, or driving long distances. Have you
ever been on the freeway and suddenly found yourself at your exit without realizing how you got there? That’s
what basically happens in hypnosis, you’re put in a trance state. In therapeutic hypnosis the trance state is prolonged in order to work within its bounds. It is possible to resist hypnosis as it is possible to resist sleep. However, even if a person resists hypnosis with practice the resistance can be overcome.

Will I be in control over what I say and what I do?

Absolutely, you will have complete control over what you say and do in the session.

Can a person get stuck in the hypnotic state?

It is impossible to get stuck in the hypnotic state. You will always come out of it.

What does it feel like to be hypnotized?

When you are in hypnosis you feel completely and totally relaxed. You are not asleep, anesthetized or unconscious. Your mind is active, you are alert, you can hear every sound in the room and your thoughts are under your control.

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