Therapeutic Guided Imagery (TGI) is a technique used by trained hypnotherapists to guide clients to connect with THEIR OWN powerful subconscious imagery in order to gain new understanding and perspective on a specific issue, or even a new life direction.
To understand TGI, one must first understand a few things about the subconscious mind.read more
Hypnotic Healing has been part of every culture since the beginning of time, using hypnotic states of consciousness to cure human illness and gain knowledge and an understanding of self and others.
Hypnosis as we know it began in the 1950s and came into acceptance in the 1980s and today it is highly accepted in the medical world of alternative healing.read more
Hypnotic Suggestibility describes how one takes in a hypnotherapist’s information in order to enter into the hypnotic state, and how one responds to positive suggestion while in hypnosis.
Suggestibility can be determined and is important for the hypnotherapist to gauge, as understanding clients’ suggestibility exponentially enhances the experience for each individual.read more
Hypnosis is a state of being suggestible to what others say. Self-hypnosis is the state of being suggestible to your self. We are all most suggestible to our own thoughts and beliefs, automatically reinforcing them into the subconscious mind on a daily basis. Both states are totally natural, and we can be suggestible to both positive and negative thoughts.read more