Heart-Centered Hypnotherapy (HCH) is a powerful psychotherapeutic
modality that addressed the growth and health of body, mind, emotion
and spirit. This modality fits with widespread categories of deep
experiential therapy, humanistic psychology and transpersonal
typical session of HCH begins with a set intention or focus problem
area that is disclosed by the participant. Hypnosis can be seen
as an expanded state of consciousness characterized by conscious
(personality) and unconscious (soul) awareness coupled with heightened
responsiveness to suggestion. In hypnosis, attention is withdrawn
from the outside world and is concentrated on mental sensory and
physiological experiences. Relaxing music and meditative talk
guide the participant into a deep state of peace and serenity.
This sanctuary state is then anchored by the facilitator and begins
the cellular restructuring of a person's physical being.
participant is then guided back in time to the source of the presenting
problem. Hypnosis often produces a deeper contact with one's emotions,
resulting in a lifting of repression of buried fears and conflicts,
and a healing through cathartic release. This information is often
a unique surprise and a great opportunity for insights and realizations.
Usually the information received has been stored in the deep recesses
of our subconscious body/mind and generally lies unresolved, yet
active in the participant's daily lives. It is in these moments
that a participant has the "aha" experience about a
particular issue that has been plaguing them for potentially decades.
period of deep, experiential release works around feelings of
anger, hurt, shame, sadness and fear proceeds for sometime around
HCH sessions. Upon completion of the release an illuminating old
conclusion becomes conscious. Such as "there is something
wrong with me," "I don't deserve to exist," "Life
is unsafe," "People are untrustworthy", "Relationships
are scary," or "I have no voice." Whatever the
conclusion is for any participant one thing remains clear, the
conclusions all are self-limiting, constricting, and dehumanizing
separating one from their truest, remarkable self.
some time, a new conclusion emerges. This new conclusion is vital
to the healing process as it is created from the empowering adult
ego state versus a childhood traumatic state. This is then anchored
in the participant's body, mind and spirit through a variety of
experiential healing modalities. The anchoring ensures the pattern
changes as the change is concretized on the deepest levels of
the person's unconscious. The participant will then be directed
to dialogue with their inner child from the nurturing ego state.
This gives the child the new messages about the transformative
for a free personal consultation!