Dr. Kramer has adopted the following as his working definition of hypnosis:
Hypnosis is a natural state of altered (heightened) awareness and selective hypersuggestibility whereby the individual (client) chooses to ignore the realities of the
world around to focus
their attention on
the imagined world and accept
appear so realistic, the body reacts physiologically as if they are real.
Although the word "hypno" comes from the Greek
word "sleep", the hypnotized individual is not unconscious, asleep, or
any other such thing. In fact, while an individual is hypnotized, he or
she is more alert than ever. It is in this state of relaxed consciousness that one is open to the positive suggestions of improved health provided by the hypnotherapist.
Just as medicine combines both art and science, so does hypnotherapy.
hypnosis has existed for hundreds, if not thousands of years... the
modern medical use of hypnotherapy... as sanctioned by the American
Medical Association... achieved its formal recognition in 1958. The
number of doctors who use this form of treatment is small, but continuing to grow steadily.
Hypnotherapy is completely safe and
helpful. Hypnotherapy is very useful in areas where
there are few other effective medical treatments... other than drugs...
such as stress reduction, sexual problems, phobias, insomnia, smoking
cessation, weight management and lack of motivation. Hypnotherapy is
useful in areas of law, sometimes being the only way vital pieces of
evidence are discovered.
It is also often used in the control of pain, cancer treatments,
stress disorders and in cases where other medical practices would be
inadvisable, such as the anesthetic of choice with patients with severe
If you, or your doctor, ever thought
that your problem is "all in your head", then hypnotherapy may be your
ideal solution. If your mind created your problem, then your mind can
also be used to make you well.
The only people who cannot be
hypnotized to a depth that will be helpful are the feeble-minded, the
insane and the senile. Also, very young children who have not yet
developed sufficient mind power cannot be hypnotized... since it does
take mind power to use hypnosis.
Hypnotherapy usually saves a
client time. As you know, time is money. People who can be helped by
hypnotherapy will see changes rapidly. Of course, the client should be
strongly motivated and have a strong desire to change.
a session of hypnotherapy, most clients express feelings of profound
relaxation and peace. Hypnosis is a feeling that one must experience to
hypnosis is a natural state of mind, you do not have to work hard for
hypnotherapy to be effective. In fact, just the opposite is true.
first rule anyone should learn about hypnosis is this: The harder you
TRY, the more you fail. So don't TRY to be hypnotized... simply remain
passive and LET IT HAPPEN. Of course, the hypnotized individual is
expected to concentrate on the suggestions that are presented by the
hypnotherapist and not criticize them or analyze "How am I doing?"
Simply WANT it to happen. EXPECT it to happen. LET it happen... and it WILL happen!
is a natural mental process. Dr. Kramer combines this mental process
with the power of suggestion polished to a glistening smoothness.
Suggestions are the heart of any hypnosis session. They come at a time
when you are most responsive. They arouse your deep subconscious mind to
achieve the desired results.
Whether it is hitting a golf ball
with more concentration than you ever imagined... or overcoming the fear
of rejection in a sales situation... or actually enjoying your next
visit to the dentist... hypnotherapy can help you achieve results faster
than you ever dreamed possible.
Hypnotherapy is a pleasant and enjoyable way to unlock the potential of your subconscious mind.
For more information, download our Hypnotherapy brochure by clicking here.
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