Is Hypnosis Good For You?

Hypnosis is Good For You!
The main reason hypnosis is good for you is the experience of hypnotherapy addresses issues at the
subconscious, unconscious and superconscious levels of the mind where 99% of our beliefs and
behaviors are stored. If we continue to overreact to our thoughts and circumstances which affect our
actions, we can feel out of control and miserable. Instead through hypnosis, we can address the Story
we tell ourselves, choose how to respond and create lasting change.

You Create Your Own Mantras
In hypnotherapy, you create personal statements of truth that reveal your highest values. You begin
to understand and learn from your emotions, beliefs, and behaviors and can release any related
feelings from your body! And as you change the Story you tell yourself, your perspective changes for
the better, and every area of your life improves!

You Become Your Own Hero!
Clients create their own lasting change because the change happens at cellular and spiritual levels
within their bodies. When you change what you think, feel, and imagine, a new Story becomes true
for you! Your reactions and behavior change at the inner mind level, as you let go of your old stories.

From Frustration to Celebration
In a session with me, a client said she throws up her hands in frustration and exasperation with the
amount of work she has to do on a daily basis. By the end of the session, she created a better Story
and saw now that when she throws up her hands, it is to celebrate all the work she accomplishes
daily. She moved from the stress reaction of frustration to a happy celebration of fulfilling her
purposeful work! She created a better Story. She became her own Hero!

Surfing Our Brainwaves
Understanding our brainwave levels helps us understand hypnosis. The following succession of
brainwaves brings us to a deeper level of consciousness: gamma; beta; alpha; theta; and delta.
Gamma brainwaves happen when we are awake and most alert of our surroundings. We are in fight,
flight, or freeze mode in the gamma state. Beta brainwaves are when we are awake and using our
five senses to inform our conscious mind. We activate alpha brainwaves any time we are in a relaxed
state. In the alpha state, we receive insight and can sometimes lose track of time. Theta brainwaves
happen when we are in a meditative state like prayer or deep contemplation. We are in a light sleep
state in theta. And delta brainwaves happen when we are in deep, dreamless sleep.

Surfing our brainwaves from high alert to deep sleep is a natural function of the rhythm of life.
Hypnosis happens any time, day or night when we are at the alpha and theta brainwave cycles.
Hypnosis is natural.

What is Hypnosis?
Hypnosis can be understood as thinking, imagining and feeling what is going on inside your mind and
body to obtain a change of consciousness and behavior. Anytime you close your eyes to think (or
pray, for that matter) you disengage your conscious mind. When you disengage your conscious mind,
you are automatically using your inner mind – your subconscious, unconscious and superconscious
mind. Also, anytime you are so focused on your thoughts or a conversation or a movie and you do
things ‘automatically,’ you are in a state of hypnosis. Have you ever driven somewhere ‘automatically’
because you were thinking about something else? Or have you imagined your favorite dessert and
your mouth started watering? Have you been so focused on a movie, you were not thinking about
your surroundings? In each of these situations, you are in a natural state of hypnosis. It happens
every day.

What is the difference between Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy?
Although the terms hypnosis and hypnotherapy are used interchangeably, there are differences.
Hypnosis is a broad term under which many modalities are used like stage hypnosis, medical
hypnosis and self-hypnosis. Hypnotherapy is guided by a certified hypnotherapist who uses
conversational structures to guide clients and is less scripted and more organic. The hypnotherapist
follows the client.

In hypnotherapy, the client is in a relaxed and meditative state. The client is in control and can say or
not say anything they choose. The client’s eyes usually are closed to better focus on the Story his or
her inner mind is revealing. The conversation with the practitioner relates to the client’s past, present
or future experiences.

What is the Difference Between Guided Meditation and Hypnotherapy?
In guided meditation, the practitioner is guiding the content of the meditation and the client is making
sense of the script to elicit change. In hypnotherapy, the client is in control of the conversation, and
thus, the process of transformation and the practitioner provides skilled guidance. One-on-one
hypnotherapy is more effective than guided meditation because we are working from the framework
of the client’s Story.

Are You Curious About What Your Inner Mind Wants to Show You? Are You Ready to
Transform Your Story? Let Dani be your Guide to help you transform your Story! Experience The
Emotion Code, which is an energy healing technique that helps get rid of emotional baggage from
your past and past generations. Experience RIM, which helps you discover your Higher Truth.
Experience PSYCH-K to reprogram your subconscious and unconscious mind to achieve your goals.
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Dani Green

Dani Green is the Creator of The Soul Power Experience using motivational speaking, education and hypnotherapy. Dani also helps clients reduce stress, smoking cessation and weight release. As an Ordained Minister, Dani writes and officiates Weddings and Funerals. Dani and her husband, Kevin have three adult children and have hosted 15 international students.


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