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Q: What is hypnosis?

A: Hypnosis is the natural way to achieve powerful changes, quickly and effortlessly. Discover what so many successful people have used for years. Hypnosis improves human performance - whether you wish to overcome phobias, anxiety, pain, smoking, eating disorders, sports performance, or insomnia. This may be the most important investment you make in your life, so contact Southern Hypnosis for a free consultation now! Call 84-HYPNOTIC.

Q: Is Hypnosis safe?

A: Hypnosis is 100% safe, because it is very similar to experiencing a daydream. Usually you will feel relaxed when doing hypnosis. Hypnosis is a very pleasant and beneficial experience. it is a time to focus on the issues on which you wish to work. Scientists, medical professionals, psychologists, and hypnotists have been using hypnosis for over 200 years and no one has ever been hurt by simply going into hypnosis. Hypnosis is one of the only therapeutic methods available that enables rapid success and where there are no risks or side effects.

Q: Can I be hypnotized?

A: Of course! You already have been, even if you are not aware of it. It’s easy to go into hypnosis and it is a natural state of mind that everyone has already experienced. In fact, hypnosis is such a natural state of mind, most people usually don’t even realize that they are hypnotized. Normal, everyday hypnosis occurs when you are driving down the road and you lose track of time; or, when you are focusing on a book or television program and you don’t notice something that is going on around you. When you come in for hypnosis, all you need to do is, be able and willing, to follow the instructions of the hypnotist, allowing you to put the power of hypnosis to work for you. Anyone of at least average intelligence and with the ability and the willingness to follow instructions can experience hypnosis and use it to improve his or her life. This includes children and teenagers.

Q: Is hypnosis new?

A: Evidence of hypnosis has been found as far back as 3000B.C. in the Egyptian dream temples. Until chloroform was discovered, hypnosis was the only method for anesthesia. And in 1958, the American Medical Association accepted hypnosis as a tool that can be used in therapy with amazing results. It is becoming much more accepted and used by many, including Tiger Woods, Micheal Jordan, Martha Stewart, Bruce Willis, Britiey Spears, Dolly Parton, Princess Diana and even Albert Einstein.

Q: Can a person be hypnotized against their will?

A: You might have seen that in movies or on television, but the reality of hypnosis when it is used for therapeutic purposes is that you are always in control. So, No; the hypnotist must always have consent of the client. If you are seeking hypnosis as a way to improve your performance -and your life- your hypnosis session will no doubt be a lot less dramatic than anything Hollywood has ever concocted … but just as powerful!

Q: Can a person be made to perform any immoral or criminal act in hypnosis?

A: All researchers and studies agree that this is not possible. The person can not be made to do anything in hypnosis to which they do not agree and give consent. Contrary to popular belief, the hypnotist has no magical power and cannot control you or make you do things you don’t want to do. Hypnosis is a completely voluntary act wherein you always remain conscious; you’re always aware and able to hear, to talk, and to make decisions. At any time during the session you even have the ability to get up and leave if you desire. Once again the state of hypnosis is natural and everyone experiences it daily.

Q: Will I be asleep?

A: No. A relaxed state is the only similarity. A person in hypnosis is much more aware of all that is going on in a very focused way, though being relaxed. In fact, its quite the opposite, their senses are more acute due to this state of heightened focus and concentration.

Q: Is it possible to get stuck in hypnosis and not come out of it?

A: No. Inducing a self-hypnotic state is an active process requiring continued interaction. If the hypnotist left the room, the person would quickly come out on their own, being completely aware and in control.

Q: Will I tell all of my secrets in hypnosis?


A: No. You will not tell any secrets in hypnosis any more than you would out of hypnosis. Hollywood is responsible for making people believe that hypnosis is related to a truth serum. Hypnosis is in no way related to a truth serum. You are always aware of what you are saying. Hypnosis is not a long drawn out therapy where you need to discuss your personal life details. You can tell me what you think is important. Hypnosis is not about understanding WHY. Hypnosis is about understanding HOW to help you today. And, in fact it is possible to have profound positive change without ever revealing even your topic of concern, if you wish.