The Hypnotic Experience

The actual experience of being hypnotised is very difficult to describe, neither asleep nor awake. Experiences differ from one person to the next, however generally under hypnosis people report either feelings of heaviness as if they are sinking into the chair or alternatively, feelings of lightness as if they are floating. Both of these are indicative of a physically relaxed state. You cannot be hypnotised against your will and even when hypnotised, can still reject any of the suggestions if they are not appropriate.

All hypnotic states are characterised by a tremendously pleasant state of consciousness into which individuals allow themselves to enter so that desired, beneficial suggestions may be given directly to the unconscious mind.

When you come into the consulting room, you will be made comfortable and the procedure will be fully explained to you beforehand. At the end of your session you will be encouraged to put yourself into this wonderful relaxed state so you can combat modern day stresses and negativities by yourself, as and when they arise, leaving you free to be more creative and self assured.