Hypnosis – the most powerful tool you already own.

Have you ever been Hypnotized?

Can you be Hypnotized?

Does Hypnotherapy work?

Yes. Yes. and Yes.

Hypnosis is a state we all experience every day.  Repeatedly day in and day out. Marketing campaigns, social media apps, mini-series, video games, overloaded news stories etc. successfully hypnotize us by overloading the conscious mind and deftly dropping their message into our unsuspecting subconscious minds.

We routinely either unknowingly or knowingly hypnotize ourselves for positive or sometimes, unfortunately and rarely on purpose for negative results. A well produced movie may allow you to lose yourself in the story, the “dream time” which is essentially the state of hypnosis. And every evening we, all of us, wade through the delicious hypnagogic state of drowsiness before sleep.

Are you wondering if you can be hypnotized? Are you skeptical about the whole process of hypnotherapy?


Try this little test having to do with the yawn. Something everyone does every day.

The test is short and will only take a few seconds.

Imagine being in a completely relaxed, comfortable position. Now find yourself in a completely relaxed comfortable position. Your neck muscles are relaxing and your head may feel as if it is floating on a beautiful fountain of water. All the tension in your face is draining down and out through your jaw muscles. Of course you’re not eating anything at the moment so perhaps your mouth may open slightly as your jaw muscles relax even a little bit more and more.

Now many people visualize a yawn one way and someone else may simply have to repeat the word yawn to themselves silently. Perhaps you are one who merely has to read the word yawn to find yourself experiencing a wonderfully relaxing yawn.

Maybe you are one of the people who simply sees a picture of a person yawning and begins to experience a yawn for themselves.

When we become deeply relaxed our subconscious mind begins to take over and soon you may find yourself in a series of yawns and may even discover the urge to stretch.

I’m not sure how yawning will happen for you.

Perhaps you may begin to feel yourself wanting to yawn as you look at the picture on the left or imagine yourself beginning to feel more and more relaxed as you begin slowly and without effort to make a mental picture of yawning. You don’t even need to try at all to think of yawning. It may take several minutes but soon you will find yourself yawning.

You may now begin to picture others yawning or you may see yourself yawning or you maybe you simply hear the word yawn pop into your head repeatedly. I’m not sure when it is that you will find yourself yawning but it may be soon that you find yourself in the middle of a big huge yawn.

Hypnosis is a purely natural state of being when the conscious mind is subdued and the subconscious mind is optimally receptive to receiving positive input. It is most likely the most powerful and effective tool for aligning both your conscious and subconscious mind towards a desired change.  It is a quick, effective and drug free way to improve your life and reach the deepest state of relaxation that you could ever imagine. When your jaw and all the other muscles of your face you will begin to accept the suggestions of being completely relaxed and responding to the suggestions being given to your subconscious mind and you will soon find yourself in a series of deep relaxing yawns which feel so good and refreshing.

did you yawn yet?

If you have yawned or are finding yourself in the middle of a yawn then you have successfully harnessed the power of hypnosis and are well on your way to using hypnotherapy as a tool to achieving all your goals.

On it’s own self-hypnosis can be done easily and is extremely powerful. We can teach you how to use self-hypnosis easily. Laser like change can be achieved when one allows a trained Hypnotherapist to guide one down to the state of hypnosis where the subconscious is highly receptive to new suggestions regarding behavior modifications or future goal achievements.

Hypnotherapy is a wonderful tool for self-empowerment and self-help care but should not be confused as being a substitute for medical care.  Some behavioral modifications may require a medical referral which usually are easily attained. Most medical professionals are aware of the role of how hypnotherapy can help in certain situations, some have even trained in it themselves. 

If you are curious if hypnotherapy may be the right fit for you continue further reading through the sub menu under “Hypnotherapy” which defines a few more things about Hypnotherapy and how it can help various behaviors.

If you would like to learn more about the fascinating history of Hypnotherapy click the link below to watch a great video of the History of Hypnosis.


“The important thing for you to remember is that it does not matter in the least how you got the idea or where it came from. You may never have met a professional hypnotist. You may never have been formally hypnotized. But if you have accepted an idea – from yourself, your teachers, your parents, friends, advertisements, from any other source – and further, if you are firmly convinced that idea is true, it has the same power over you as the hypnotist’s words have over the hypnotized subject.”

Maxwell Maltz, author of Psycho-Cybernetics