What Can Hypnosis Treat? 15 Common Issues Resolved By Going Into A Hypnotic Trance (PLUS Scientific Studies To Back It Up)

What Can Hypnosis Treat? 15 Common Issues Resolved By Going Into A Hypnotic Trance (PLUS Scientific Studies To Back It Up)

As a hypnotist, there are some questions you get asked all the time.

“How does hypnosis work?”

“Will I lose control?”

“What can hypnosis treat?”

People are often surprised by the responses to all of these questions, but the last question in particular never fails to impress people.


Because hypnosis can treat everything from helping people stop smoking (smoking cessation), weight loss, sexual dysfunction, depression, anxiety, pain relief, self-esteem issues, physical healing, trauma, bad habits and phobias, in addition to many other issues.

In fact, you might be hard pressed to discover something that hypnosis WON’T be able to treat. But why is this the case?

What makes hypnosis so special, and why can it treat so many different issues?

To understand this, check out this article at HypnosisTrainingAcademy.com now.

Source: https://hypnosistrainingacademy.com/what-hypnosis-can-treat/

Interview With A Hypnotist: Neuroscientist and Success Coach, Ramon David, Reveals The Neurological Processes During Transformational Change Work

Interview With A Hypnotist: Neuroscientist and Success Coach, Ramon David, Reveals The Neurological Processes During Transformational Change Work

In this powerful interview, neuroscientist and master hypnotist Ramon David reveals the neurological processes during transformational change work.

Martial arts, adventure, success, failure, intrigue, a near-death experience, transformation and a whole lotta neuroscience and hypnosis

In this exciting interview, he shares with Igor Ledochowski how his curiosity for growth and adventure led him to neuroscience, hypnosis and even extreme sport.

Plus you’ll also find out the 7 most effective habits of brain-healthy people.


Go ahead and listen to this fascinating interview now…

Source: https://hypnosistrainingacademy.com/neuroscientist-ramon-david-master-hypnotist/

[NLP DEMO] How To Use The NLP “Swish Pattern” To Redefine A Negative Self-Image & Increase Confidence

[NLP DEMO] How To Use The NLP “Swish Pattern” To Redefine A Negative Self-Image & Increase Confidence

There are many reasons someone seeks out the professional help of a hypnotist.

To quit smoking, to dissolve a fear of public speaking… or even to squash their fear of spiders, just to name a few.

But other issues hypnotists regularly come across are those around confidence and self-esteem. Namely, subjects having a negative – and often disproportionate – view of themselves.

Meaning as a hypnotist, knowing how to help people improve their self image is part of your stock-in-trade.

In the above video, you’ll see one of our trainers, Master Hypnotist Martijn Groenendal, demonstrate the neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) Swish Pattern technique to do just that.

Watch the video to see how Martijn works with the subject to redefine his negative and judgmental self-image into a happier, more accepting version of himself.

Source: https://hypnosistrainingacademy.com/nlp-technique-swish-pattern-martijn-groenendal/

How Hypnosis Is Used For Anxiety And Depression: An Important Guide For Hypnotists PLUS 3 Scientific Studies That Explain Why it Works

How Hypnosis Is Used For Anxiety And Depression: An Important Guide For Hypnotists PLUS 3 Scientific Studies That Explain Why it Works

“How can hypnosis help with anxiety and depression?”

This is a common (and fantastic) question.

Which is why we’ve done our best to explain the answer as clearly as possible so you’re able to do the same with your hypnosis subjects.

Reason being, while a lot of hypnotists know that hypnosis can help with anxiety and depression, they might not always be able to clearly articulate the ins and outs of how hypnosis helps treat mental illnesses such as anxiety and depression.

So this article will equip you with the knowledge to do just that.

How Is Hypnosis Used For Anxiety And Depression And What Does It Have That Most Modern-Day Therapies Lack?

There is one key difference between hypnosis and most modern-day therapies that don’t stack up.

Any idea what this is? We’ll reveal what it is in a minute.

But first, it’s important to explain how hypnosis gives you direct access to the playground of your mind – the unconscious.

This is where your “true identity” lies. Everything and anything that makes up who you are resides in your unconscious.

So the way hypnosis helps you access your mental “playground” is the way it engages your conscious mind.

Or otherwise put, imagine that there was a gatekeeper that kept you from peeking into your unconscious mind’s files and databases making sure you didn’t meddle too much.

Well hypnosis engages and schmoozes this gatekeeper. And once the gatekeeper is occupied, a hypnotist is able to really examine the underpinnings of your unconscious.

So hypnosis and trance simply open up the doorway. They allow you to fully imagine (often in vivid technicolor detail) how much better life can be. What it would be like to take on completely new behaviors, beliefs and identities.

Given this, the one thing hypnosis has that most modern day therapies lack is the ability to quiet your negative internal conversations.

Have you ever wondered about some positive change you’d like to make, only to have that rational mind of yours pop up and tell you why you can’t have it?

That’s the negative internal dialogue that most therapies can’t seem to sneak around. Hypnosis does an incredible job of sidestepping this.

Another thing that sets hypnosis apart is the ability to restructure cognitive distortions.

Hypnosis allows for the accessing and restructuring (changing the pattern) of conscious, automatic and unconscious cognitive distortions and negative self-schema.

(Psst! In case, you’re wondering what the last term refers to – self-schema – it’s your long-lasting and stable set of memories that summarizes your beliefs, experiences and generalizations about yourself in specific behavioral domains).

And it just so happens that hypnosis is naturally adept at altering the self-schema.

Your job as the hypnotist is to identify the thought patterns that have been causing your clients harm and then help them re-write these mental stories.

So now that you know more about how hypnosis is used for anxiety and depression, let’s take a closer look at the mental health epidemic sweeping across the U.S. (and much of the globe).

How many people have depression anxiety disorders infographic

Research has shown that hypnosis is highly-effective at dealing with anxiety and depression, and what’s more, is that positive results can often be seen in a fraction of the time.

The other benefit with hypnosis is that it’s 100% natural and drug-free – which is also good news given how quick doctors can be to prescribe medication.

Curious to discover more about how hypnosis can be used as a powerful ally in the emotional struggles that haunt depression and anxiety sufferers?

Check out this article to discover why hypnosis works, the techniques you can use to treat it, in addition to 3 scientific studies that back its effectiveness up.

Source: https://hypnosistrainingacademy.com/how-hypnosis-is-used-for-anxiety-and-depression/

[SPECIAL EDITION] 19 Top Hypnosis Training Academy Articles: Powerful Resources To Enhance Your Hypnotherapy, Conversational Hypnosis, Self-Hypnosis & Hypnosis Skills

19 Powerful Online Hypnosis Training Resources

You may have noticed that the Hypnosis Training Academy is packed with hypnosis resources.

But all of this content has one thing in common when it was mindfully created: to guide, teach and nurture you through your hypnosis training journey and pursuit of mastery.

After all, as Pablo Picasso famously said:

The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away.

While Pablo might have coined this quote first, it really is the reason why this blog even exists.

But we admit, with so much content to sink your teeth into, it can be a little daunting knowing where to start.

Which is why we thought it would be a nifty idea to compile a list of our “greatest hypnosis hits” so to speak – minus any one hit wonders, that is.

The articles listed below have been our most popular among our readers in their quest to be a powerful force for good in the world using the power of hypnosis.

To help you navigate through this list, we’ve broken the posts up into 4 categories: ethical conversational hypnosis, hypnotherapy, self-hypnosis and general hypnosis.


And for the ultimate guide on hypnosis training, where master hypnotists Igor Ledochowski and Karsten Küstner reveal their top advice and recommended training resources for beginners, intermediates and advanced hypnotists, don’t miss “What Type Of Hypnosis Training Should I Do?” The Ultimate Guide For Novices, Intermediates & Seasoned Professionals (PLUS: Videos & Further Training Resources)

So let’s get cracking >>

Read them, share them and never stop enhancing your hypnosis skills!

Source: https://hypnosistrainingacademy.com/top-hypnosis-training-articles/