Is hypnosis dangerous and am I without a will of my own when being hypnotised?
Neither one, nor the other! When performed correctly and reliably by a trustworthy professional, it is not dangerous. “Show hypnosis”, performed on stage not to heal but ultimately for the purposes of entertainment, can sometimes be a different matter.
In a professional hypnosis one’s own will and ability to act not only remain; in fact, self-determination is even strengthened. Sessions take place in a trusting and protected environment.
Of course, self-hypnosis is also not dangerous. In general, people find it very agreeable and it can be used flexibly.
What should I expect from a session?
If you think hypnosis is a magical cure that works without you doing anything, you will be disappointed. On the one hand, medical hypnosis has an impact on your subconscious and on the other, it will help you to become more aware of your issues and support you in dealing with them. The more open you are to doing that, the more profound and effective the sessions will be. In the end, it depends on you. With a professional by your side, this process will be made easier.
Can everyone be hypnotised?
More or less everyone can be hypnotised. However, it usually depends on people really wanting it and being open to it. Self-hypnosis is very easy to learn for most people.
What is hypnosis?
Hypnosis is a scientific therapy method that is being used in medicine, psychotherapy and increasingly also for coaching.
The world as we perceive it is based on the power of inner images that we store in our subconscious mind. When in a state of trance, which is essentially nothing else than focusing one’s attention, these images can easily be recognised and effectively being worked on through hypnosis.
In this context, learning methods of self-hypnosis is a very effective add-on, providing clients not only with the ability to work on their wellbeing themselves but also with a powerful tool for their health.
What is meditation?
Mediation means unconditional presence, inner clarity and balance. It is the base for coping with the specific challenges of our accelerated, digital age. A variety of meditation techniques help to reach the actual state of meditation.
Coaching that works with meditation uses a personalised selection of these techniques that is suitable for you and your current situation; either activating to get processes in motion or stabilising so that the newly learned can settle.
The aim of his meditative coaching is to integrate the experiences of silence and the moments of concentrating on oneself into everyday professional and private life to intensify your life and thereby find more inner calm and contentment.
What is de-hypnosis?
De-hypnosis works with the power of the inner images that are stored in our subconscious mind. While conventional hypnosis mainly works with suggestions, de-hypnosis largely does with them. Unconscious search processes are purposefully triggered. Within the framework of tbe BMDe® approach, they take the patient out of their conditioned inner state.