It is an addiction of the body. An addiction of the brain. A habit is formed. A dependence created. Memories are linked. Sometimes happy memories. Sometimes sad. Sights and smells can become triggers that create a desire. Unconscious feelings outside of our awareness play upon our thoughts. A mood arises. A sadness perhaps. Something lost. Something never acquired. A trigger for a substance.. A need to feel whole. To feel satiated. To feel relieved. Persistence of a thought. A thought that arises. Unexpected. Unanticipated. Often unwelcomed when examined. Addiction is an unconscious drive that lives unnoticed until it hammers a wedge into our conscious mind. There it becomes a feeling. A fear. A drive. A need. Does it know why? Likely not, much of the time. A childlike need for attention. A thought becomes physical with repetition. A physical need. Something we called pain. An addiction. Then a withdrawal. We become aware of the harm being done to us. We try to end this addictive hold on us. We fail. Failure becomes guilt. Guilt is a strong self-loathing emotion. Our affliction has now tripled its already powerful ability to cause us harm and pain.
Hypnotherapy speaks to the unconscious mind. Gives us freedom from these viscous cycles. Call it healing if you like. Some use words like cure. Hypnotherapy is a practical and effective way of communicating with the complexities of your mind. Both the conscious and most importantly the unconscious mind. And this is why it works.
Disclaimer: The services we render are held out to the public as non-therapeutic hypnotism, defined as the use of hypnosis to inculcate positive thinking and the capacity for self-hypnosis. Results may vary from person to person. We do not represent our services as any form of medical, behavioral, or mental health care, and despite research to the contrary, by law we make no health claim to our services.