NYC is one of the most vibrant cities in the world. There is so much to do and see in just a few square miles. You can get Chinese food at 2 in the morning, Turkish food for lunch, and get in some gym time at midnight. And that’s great, right? The thing is, aside from its activity, much of NYC’s character comes from its locals, who are hardworking, busy people. Who hustle to keep food on the table, coach their children’s sports teams, and try their best to maintain a work/life balance.
What is hypnosis? Debunk myths and learn more about the valid clinical practice called hypnotherapy with these articles. Hypnosis is a safe and clinically-proven method. You might be surprised at what it can do.
Have you ever had an ah-ha moment? Something that all of a sudden, made things clear for you? Perhaps it was a problem that suddenly found its resolution or a forgotten memory that is recovered? Something was triggered in your mind that allowed that moment of clarity. Hypnotherapy is similar to that. It is a technique that accesses the subconscious mind which in turn enables an increase in the response to suggestion and changes to perception and memory.
Let’s face it, life moves fast and it can kick your butt at times. In a city as fast-paced as NYC, the hustle and bustle can wear people down and leave them overwhelmed. Everyone’s story is different and it could be filled with heartache or depression, and nowhere to turn. However, since there is so much activity in NYC, there is also greater access to services to help deal with life’s ups and downs, such as hypnosis.
I’ve heard it more times than I can count from people who’ve experienced relief using the hypnosis sessions. When you’re ready to set aside your skepticism and find out if hypnosis through my custom sessions will work for you, go ahead and book a free discovery call with me. We’ll spend 15 minutes to discuss your problem and, if you qualify, you’ll be invited to take the next step. If not, I’ll refer you to someone else who can help.
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.