Hypnosis The Mind-Body Connection

Hypnosis The Mind-Body Connection

The inseparable connection between your thoughts, feelings, and the body.

Have you ever experienced goose bumps when listening to someone sing? How about breaking out into a chill when tense or nervous? These physical reactions to emotional events constitute the mind-body connection, a powerful physical trait residing in all of us.

This connection between the mind and body is so strong, that if biofeedback sensors were attached to your body during such events, they would record immediate physical changes.

Hypnosis is a proven, non-chemical, effective tool for accessing the mind – body connection. It is a therapeutic technique that helps you understand and gain more control over your behaviors, emotions, and physical well-being. It is a natural process that creates a more balanced state of mind and body.

Conscious and Subconscious Mind

Our conscious mind is rational, logical, and analytical. It is the part of your mind that understands, interprets and communicates when you are completely aware of doing so. Our subconscious mind inhabits the deeper level of the mind just below consciousness. It vastly exceeds the power of the conscious mind. It is responsible  for a variety of physical functions, is the warehouse of memories, habits, emotions, fears and much more.

Integrating Mind and Body Through Hypnosis

While in a deeply relaxed state the subconscious mind becomes more receptive. Strong mental images are introduced by hypnotic suggestions that then have a positive impact on mental and bodily processes.

Your conscious mind sets goals but if those goals do not have the cooperation from the subconscious mind they will not be attained.

Reaching Your Goals

For example, if your subconscious mind does not support your weight management goals, you will not succeed. Hypnosis allows you to tap the unconscious thoughts that block you from succeeding at your weight management goals. Self-hypnosis eliminates the conflicts and barriers between the conscious and subconscious mind.