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  • Is hypnosis safe?
    Hypnosis is simply a relaxed state of mind. It is completely safe, and you are fully in control during the session. You are fully able to talk, move, and open your eyes if you wish to do so. It simply allows you to tap into your subconscious mind.
  • Can you make me do things I do not want to do under hypnosis?
    I cannot make you do anything you do not want to do! Stage hypnotists specifically select people want to be hypnotized, and do all the things they are told to do. You are completely in control during the session. In fact, often times during the session I will check in with you whether a certain interpretation we make resonates with you or not. If it does not, you will tell me so.
  • What does it feel like to be in hypnosis?
    Most people feel simply a deep state of relaxation. You may think you are entirely conscious. You are able to hear everything around you but you are so focused on your internal state you may even “switch off” to those sounds around you. You don’t go anywhere, you don’t feel any different other than completely relaxed. In fact, it is very similar to mediation. The best analogy is to imagine you are driving on a very familiar road while daydreaming about something entirely different. You don’t see or notice where you are going the actions, you take, it is so familiar that you are an autopilot, and you mind roams free.
  • Will I be asleep?
    No, you are awake and alert, and you can open your eyes at any time.
  • What if I cannot be hypnotised?
    Everyone can be hypnotised as long as they want to be hypnotised, because hypnosis is a normal state of mind. It is simply an enjoyable deeply relaxed process. You can even do it with your eyes open but it is much, much easier to close your eyes, and relax!
  • What if I cannot come out of hypnosis?
    Getting stuck in hypnosis is a myth. You have complete control the entire time. At the very end I will instruct you to open your eyes, but if for any reason you feel uncomfortable you can do that at any time. It has happened to me many times that a client needs to open their eyes, go to the bathroom, close the door or even speak to someone who has interrupted the session. No problem! We can go straight back into it with a short induction.
  • What if I cannot go deep enough?
    You don’t actually need to go very deep for the process to works. I also find that as the session progresses you feel more and more relaxed and go even deeper. The key is to tell yourself that this is working, you don’t need to make anything happen, and just let it happen. The subconscious mind is like a child; the more you put pressure on it, the less it responds, so the key is to let go and relax.
  • What will I feel like after the session?
    You will most likely feel a sense of relief and freedom. Sometimes as we let go of emotions, we may feel tired. Ensure you take enough time to rest, and take it easy after the session. The mind will sometimes offer new revelations and memories that need to be processed even in a conscious state after the session. That is completely normal. It simply pointing you to what you need to tackle next.
  • How long is a session?
    An RTT session is between 90 - 120 minutes. In very rare circumstances it may even go over two hours, depending on how much there is to process.
  • When will I start seeing changes in me?
    There are three ways in which we usually experience changes after a Rapid Transformational Therapy session: Immediately: You feel a massive shift right away. You will see immediate changes in your physiology, thoughts and behaviours, even your energy right after the session. Over time: You see incremental shifts every day, or over a period of time. Retroactively: You don’t see the shifts right away and then one day you suddenly look back and see all of the things that are different in your life. You may also experience a combination of the three ways in which we change.
  • What if I already know where my issue stems from?
    Often we think we know where an issue comes from, and once we ask the subconscious, the answer turns out to be entirely different. The reason is that our brain is designed to protect us, hence it will suppress the most painful memories. Even if you do know where the issue comes from, and your subconscious agrees, the hypnotic state is helpful and even necessary to process the emotion and reframe the belief much quicker than if you were trying to do that consciously.
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