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About Hypnosis

Brainwave frequencies

Delta       (0 – 4 Hz)

Deep dreamless sleep

Theta      (4 – 8 Hz)

Relaxed, daydreaming, hypnosis, deep relaxation, light sleep, dream state, meditation.

Alpha      (8 – 12 Hz)

Rest, reflection, light trance, beginning access to un-conscious mind, pre-sleep, deeper levels of creativity.

Beta        (12 – 40 Hz)

Concentration, alertness, logical thinking, activel mental engagement, conversation, cognition.

Gamma   (40Hz +)

Extreme concentration, energetic, ecstatic


Hypnosis is actually a very natural state of mind comparable to daydreaming.

Many people’s perceptions of hypnosis is often misunderstood and is often based upon what has been seen during stage hypnosis on TV used to entertain an audience. Stage hypnotists use rapid induction techniques, but not every person is suggestible enough to respond to this particular process. For therapeutic purposes it is much more usual for a Clinical Hypnotherapist to induce a state of deep relaxation using a gentle  and progressive verbal induction. This is a much more gradual process that most people find comfortable and acceptable, non-invasive and productive. The style and wording of inductions will vary from therapist to therapist. Typically, this type of induction will involve talking through a process of body relaxation so the recipient becomes very comfortable and completely physically relaxed. This initial process can vary in duration but usually takes a few minutes. After this initial induction the next stage uses various deepening techniques to encourage even deeper levels of relaxation. Although it is certainly possible to fall asleep under hypnosis, on most occasions, sleep is not necessary in order for beneficial therapy to take place. Brainwave patterns under hypnosis are fairly similar to those of REM sleep (rapid eye movement) when you go to bed at night, but not identical. Under hypnosis the listener will be in an altered state of consciousness and is usually still consciously aware of the hypnotists voice. Most people report drifting in and out of a full awareness during the process. While drifting, the resistance of the conscious mind is lessened and the subconscious mind is tapped into, and is more able to absorb suggestions and concepts. This in turn helps new behaviour patterns to be embedded and old unwanted behaviour change for the benefit of the recipient without the busy conscious mind on the surface getting in the way of your desired changes. (Page 1/2)



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