What Is Hypnosis Used For?


Hypnosis is most widely known for assisting with weight loss and quitting smoking.

There are many more applications, here are some of the highlights of the past month at The Flow Center that describe what hypnosis is used for.

A male in his 30s wanted to stop his compulsive thoughts, they were so intrusive that he lost his appetite, had no sex drive and felt as if he was just leading a robotic life. The outcome achieved was feeling in control of thoughts, calmer, more logical thinking, happy again, and appetite and sex drive returned.

A female in her 60s was drinking too much wine, she wanted to feel in control but not sure how to stop the strong desire to drink even though she intended not to. From her understanding the cause of that desire helped tremendously. There were communication issues with her partner and drinking helped to soothe over hurts. The outcome achieved was she had stopped drinking, was communicating better.

Anger bursts at home were the issue for this male in his 30s, his motivation for change was to have a closer relationship with his wife. Six weeks later he said he has had no anger bursts and that things are going well at home.

Career burn out is common in 50-year-olds. This male needed to find a new attitude to get through the next several years to retirement. And he wanted to enjoy life more in the mean time. The outcome was much less frustration on the job, things just didn’t bother him like they did, that also shifted into his home life as well. His overall outlook improved.

Anxiety about public speaking is also common and sometimes there are physical signs that can be embarrassing. This 30-year-old male worried about being called on to speak publicly because he tended to have hand tremors. His motivation was to have an easier work life, feel more confidence and to drop the worry. The outcome was feeling more at ease and in control of his hands, which in turn helped him to speak more easily and confidently.

Do any of these scenarios sound familiar? If so, let’s talk about how you too can create the proper motivation to attain a positive outcome easily and quickly. These clients did so in an average of 3 sessions.

Schedule a consultation today, to talk with a hypnotist about your current situation and learn how hypnosis can assist in creating some important changes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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About Valerie Grimes

Besides assisting individuals in behavior change and self improvement, Hypnotist Valerie Grimes specializing in dependencies such as alcohol, food, shopping, pain medication, and smoking. She is also trained in the area of hypnosis for PTSD and Auto Immune Disorders. And is a Reiki Level 2 Master. For More about Valerie, Go To Her Personal Web Page. She is a 2002 graduate of the Dallas Hypnosis Training Institute, and certified by the American Council of Hypnotist Examiners. Continuing Education is maintained 15 hours per year through Hypnosis Motivational Institute in California.