Adult Hypnosis/Hypnotherapy

Sydney’s Most Effective Hypnotherapy

Safe, effective and efficient.

Have you ever been totally absorbed while reading a book, sitting at the traffic light or watching a movie? Did you zone out to the point you didn’t notice what else was going on around you? If so, you’ve experienced a trance-like state that’s similar to what happens to you during hypnosis.

Hypnosis is a natural state of mind that allows you to use your subconscious mind to learn new behaviours and achieve goals, rapidly and effectively.

Hypnosis is usually achieved with the help of a hypnotherapist and is different from your everyday awareness. It is not about mind control, so your cooperation is necessary. While everyone can be hypnotized, because hypnosis is a normal subconscious state, you can resist if you wish. However, if you have a genuine desire to change a behaviour or habit, overcome a fear, or learn a new skill, then resisting hypnosis ruins your capacity to follow the suggestions and so motivate your mind for change.

Therefore, if you focus your attention on the hypnotist’s words and allow yourself to be guided into the hypnotic state, your subconscious will be stimulated to accept suggestions that will motivate your unconscious to take the action suggestions. So the ability to be hypnotized lies within you. We, the hypnotists, don’t force you to follow orders. Instead we employ appropriately phrased suggestions, your memory and your imagination to help you achieve your goals.

When you’re under hypnosis:

  • Your attention is more focused
  • You’re deeply relaxed and calm
  • You’re more open to suggestions, and less critical or disbelieving
  • The purpose of hypnosis is to help you gain more control over your behaviour, emotions or physical well-being Hypnosis has many uses including but not limited to:
  • Fears or phobias e.g. fear of flying, fear of heights
  • To lose weight
  • To quit smoking
  • Confidence, self-esteem, assertiveness
  • Motivation e.g. to study for exams, to train/exercise regularly or harder
  • Performance anxiety e.g. fear of public speaking, exam stress, and sports performance