This is a pretty bold statement but actually, it’s true. Have you ever driven to work and not remembered how you got there? Do you know why that is? It is because after having driven to and from work over a long period of time, the practice has become automatic and you are in a trance-like state. In a sense, you were hypnotized. The same can be said as when you are using your phone, so engrossed with what you’re seeing on the small screen that everything else goes unnoticed. You become unaware of your surroundings and have tuned out everything.
You have not succumbed to the media’s comical portrayal of this medically-recognized technique and understand its power to aid in reforming bad habits, relieve anxiety, improve sleep, aid in weight loss, enhance general well-being, etc. Really the benefits are endless.
When you hear that someone is a hypnotist, what comes to mind? Is it someone on a stage being overly dramatic, putting audience members in trance-like states and making them quack like a duck or bark like a dog? Maybe it is someone who makes people think they are walking on tightropes. Hypnosis can be for entertainment, but can also can be a powerful tool for creating change.
Hypnotherapy has been in use across the world for hundreds of years, for lots of different reasons. And celebrities making use of it is nothing new either. It’s rumored that Mozart claimed that he wrote one of his most famous works – “Cosi fan tutte” while under hypnosis.
Long before hypnotherapy NY treatment ever existed, in fact long before New York ever existed, various forms of hypnotherapy were practiced all over the world, with each variant adding something to what would become the modern practices of hypnotherapy that hypnotherapy New York offers today.