FAQ Answered by True Focus
Hypnosis is a very relaxing enjoyable state very similar to the feeling when you are laying in bed in the morning drowsing.
Yes. It is 100% safe, natural part of human experience. Always protected by our subconscious, trance is part of every day life (have you ever daydreamed?). We are already proficient in its use, we simply don’t recognise it.
Just about everyone, if they choose to and are able to concentrate on the directions of the therapist.
Strength of will plays no part in the process.
No, the higher the intelligence and imagination the more easily a person can be hypnotised.
No the client is always in control and will only do things that they agree with. Should the Hypnotist suggest something the client disagrees with they will either ignore the suggestion or come out of hypnosis.
No. It simply doesn’t happen. Many enjoy being in hypnosis so much, they sometimes are reluctant to return to a normal state of awareness, but they will come out of this state as soon as they are ready. Even if they are determined to stay in indefinitely, the altered state turns into ordinary sleep, and they shortly awaken feeling refreshed and relaxed.
No, hypnosis is not sleep. No loss of consciousness is involved. Most people will be perfectly aware of their surroundings, including sounds, movements and smells.
Hypnosis has many uses, it is impossible to list them all – the more common uses are: – Weight Control, Stopping Smoking, Pain Control, Migraine, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Stress Management, Sexual, Social and Psychological problems, and Childbirth. It is also widely used to improve sports skills.
No. It’s not a truth drug. You can choose what to reveal, moreover you can lie in trance.