Virtual Hypnotherapy Session in Phoenix, AZ
Did you know you could be Hypnotized over Skype/Zoom or over the phone?
Try it. It actually works.
Have you ever had an experience of falling asleep when being on the phone? Maybe with someone who has an unvarying in pitch voice? If so, then you’ve experienced what is known as phone hypnosis!
I like calling it “Virtual Hypnotherapy” It’s a powerful tool that you can do without leaving your home. You don’t have to worry about any of the viruses like the Coronavirus. But there’s a lot more advantage too. The advantage is that you don’t need to jump in your car and go to a hypnotherapist’s office. With virtual hypnotherapy sessions, you can get the benefits of hypnosis from the comfort of your own home, where you feel safe and secure. You feel more comfortable talking over Skype, Zoom or over about their challenges rather than talking in person. There are a lot of benefits like deep relaxation and a profound sense of well-being. Putting the awesome power of your subconscious mind to work to create success, happiness, and health. I can promise you I won’t bore you to sleep in our virtual hypnotherapy sessions.
Skepticism Is a Normal Reaction
I know being offered the opportunity to receive “virtual hypnotherapy” can make you feel both skeptical and afraid. There’s nothing to worry about. “virtual hypnotherapy”— is just hypnosis being done over Skype, Zoom, or even over the Phone. By doing sessions over video chat, we can offers recordings that subscribers can listen to on their phones or computers over and over again. You can be in the comfort and safety of your own home, being hypnotized over Skype instead of onstage, and/or going in public Where so many people are afraid of the viruses like the Coronavirus.
Have You Ever Experienced Meditation?
Are you a person that finds it difficult to meditate? Good news!
Hypnosis can be easier than meditation for people who struggle to clear their minds.
The good news is, that hypnosis is easier than meditation for most people. Meditation is harder because typically it’s more open-ended and self-guided. Whereas hypnosis has an end goal in mind. Plus, You also aren’t expected to totally clear your mind. Release the conscious mind isn’t our goal. What we’re focused on is the subconscious. You can think thoughts and still be hypnotized. By the way 90% of people will still think other thoughts.
Hypnosis Is a Natural State We All Go Into Every Day
When you’re getting Hypnotized for a hypnotherapy session, you’re awake, aware and you hear everything that’s being said. The great thing You don’t have to be in the same room, or even the same state as the hypnotherapist. It is language/tone that can create a state of hypnosis. That can easily be achieved even over Skype, Zoom, or the phone.
According to Stanford University, the primary effect of hypnosis is that it allows people to separate their physiological reactions from their psychological reactions. “Typically, when we’re anxious about something, our bodies react to that,” “Your muscles tense up, you may start to sweat, you breathe faster, and then you notice that, and you think, ‘Oh God, this is really bad,’ and then your body says, ‘Oh, now you feeling really bad.’ It’s kind of a snowball effect.” Hypnosis helps us to isolate our thoughts from our feelings. This way we can concentrate on what’s causing us stress without getting absorbed in our physical responses to that stress. Virtual Hypnotherapy sessions are an effective way to get the benefits of hypnosis Being in the comfort of your own home.
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In my virtual hypnotherapy sessions, I’ll spend some time talking to you about what you would like to accomplish or change. A full in-depth consultation. Then we’ll actually do a phone hypnosis evaluation it only takes about 15 to 20 minutes. Later on, I will record the hypnosis session so that you can listen to it on your own for reinforcement. The results of a few hypnotherapy phone sessions can be just as good as having a hypnotherapy session in person.
So you know, brain scans of hypnosis patients show reduced activity in the anterior cingulate cortex. Which specialist describes as the part of the brain that decides what to worry about. Let’s compare it to an air traffic controller who has three planes to land and only one runway.
Hypnotherapist “turns down” this part of the brain, so that patients can focus on what they want to focus on with fewer competing planes. My clients, happy with the results of hypnotherapy, want to refer their friends and family to me. However, sometimes they live too far away to come to my office in Phoenix Arizona. Virtual Hypnotherapy sessions are the perfect answer.
Do you know somebody in another state or country who would like to be more confident and motivated in their business or personal life? Please give them my information.