Decision-making

Hypnosis helps you come to decisions

Over the years hypnosis has gained a dubious reputation for mind control, usually based upon impressions gained from stage hypnotism and from odd (often, very odd) scandalous tales in the media. ‘Don’t make me do the funky chicken’ I’m sometimes told when I explain that I am a practitioner of hypnosis.
The reality of hypnotic trance is far from this. The way hypnosis works is arguably the opposite of its image: rather than lose control, it helps people to take control of their lives.

Hypnosis is a powerful way to help individuals understand what they really think deep down. Armed with knowledge from their unconscious, issues that have been troubling them become clearer. Decisions that were difficult are now easier to make.

We are all much cleverer than we think we are. This is because most of our thinking (latest neuro-scientific estimates put the amount at 95%) happens in our unconscious. We are only consciously aware of just the tip of the iceberg that makes up our thought processes. Hypnosis enables us to go into the body of this iceberg: to tap into and benefit from the power of the wisdom that lies beneath.


Lisa Morgan