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Hypnotherapy Melbourne

When Everything Else Fails

It's a glaring fact that the practice of hypnotherapy has been booming anywhere you go around the world over the past few years. While it was noticeably in the United Kingdom where such method in particular was popular, today however, it has become famous in Australia as well.

Point Cook hypnotherapy gained massive popularity in just the recent past. There is now a growing awareness among Aussies on what it can do to its clients.

Undeniably in the past, many people were terrified of undergoing such alternative treatment simply because of the myths surrounding the procedure. But after the proliferation of licensed and highly trained hypnotists administering the method, such indifference somehow declined.

The rising interest from the media sector as well as public awareness on the benefits of hypnosis all the more made it an acceptable form of alternative remedy. These days, people with all sorts of everyday problems turn to hypnosis as a relevant solution to a wide range of health issues.  

Hypnosis has been proven effective in dealing with conditions such as worries, anxieties, long standing fears, traumas, phobias, depression, sleep disorders and the long list goes on. People are convinced that it is a natural way of healing since it does not involve drugs and medicines, yet reaps positive outcomes.

People may not be aware but hypnosis doesn't just entail putting clients on a hypnotic trance and bombarding them with positive suggestions. Rather, the best part of it is that the professional therapist tackles the root or underlying cause of the problem instead of just 'numbing' the symptoms. Unlike drugs and medicines which treats the symptoms, hypnosis targets the main cause of trouble, thus, genuine healing occurs.

Normally in the medical world, patients with sleep disorders, depressions, anxieties and fears are given drugs to normalise their system to relax and go to sleep.  But in reality, the real cause of the problem was not really directed, only the symptoms.

When symptoms recur, patients are forced to continue medications that may take a lifetime. Once discontinued, there's a likelihood that the problem will continue to exist. In that case, patients will most likely feel even worse.
So, clearly, hypnosis Melbourne is perceived to be the best option when everything else fails.

How "Conscious Hypnosis" Works


So, what exactly is Hypnosis and How does it work?  In order to really understand the phenomenon of hypnosis – it’s important to first dispel a few of the myth’s.

Hypnosis is not sleep, because you’ll most likely be awake and alert the entire time – though it’s common for your attention to drift periodically during a session.  Usually, the only people who actually fall asleep are those individuals who are very tired, or have a habit of falling asleep when watching a movie.

Second, it’s not mind control – it cannot make you do something you don’t want to do.  Neither the hypnotist, nor the hypnosis can make you re-enforce decisions you do not wish to make.

Instead, Hypnosis is a powerful tool that can assist you in re-enforcing and strengthening decisions you’ve already made for yourself and that you want to re-enforce.

When you utilize it properly, you can gain significant leverage over unhealthy, unproductive, or unwanted habits.  Especially the ones you often do without thinking – only to catch yourself after the fact.


Hypnosis is really about consciousness: Because we can’t control what happens in the world but we can control what we are dreaming of and perusing. Conscious hypnosis™ builds "Optimism in terms of passion which is the belief there is always choices correlated with better health, better success, better relationship.

“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.”
–Eleanor Roosevelt

Conscious Hypnosis is the tool of controlling your dream time!

What does Conscious Hypnosis™ FEEL Like?

Think of a time when someone you know tried to get your attention in the middle of a good movie or checking email on the computer. Than moment when you realize you weren't really listening and suddenly you become conscious of it - That's hypnosis!

Hypnosis feels very similar to the state of being ‘zoned out’ in front of the TV or Computer.  It happens easily through natural relaxation and focus of attention.   You are aware and alert and if you need to get up or interrupt yourself you can – but you are focused intently on what you are doing.

The more you allow yourself to relax and focus your attention on the suggestions given (just like when you are watching a movie following the story), the more receptive you will be to that suggestion – and the more likely you are to agree with and act on that suggestion.  Of course, any suggestion you don’t agree with will simply be rejected.  You can always reject any suggestion give to you that you don’t wish to re-enforce.

Like anything else, the more you practice going into hypnosis the easier it becomes and before long you’ll get very good at going into hypnosis whenever you want – whether it’s in a session with your hypnotist or at home using an autogenic self-hypnosis program.

Live & customized sessions with a qualified and specialist hypnotist are always best though.  It allows your hypnotist to tailor the program specifically to your special & unique needs so you can get the most from your experience.

Suggestions given to you in a way that accurately reflects the way you’re perceiving the problem, and that follow your unique decision making process will make the hypnosis program more effective.

Private sessions are completely focused on your particular situation.  As a result, they are more engaging, more personalized, more fun, and ultimately more effective.

Why "Conscious Hypnosis" Works

With the amount of information available today, inability to take positive actions is rarely a result of not knowing what to do.  In fact, when it comes to losing weight or quitting smoking most people know exactly what to do. The problem is doing it consciously and consistently.

Some pills and drugs provide temporary relief, but the effects only last as long as the drug itself, and in many cases the side effects are far-reaching and unknown. Anyone can bend their will for a short period of time if it’s important enough but even then it’s often uncomfortable, even painful, and very difficult to maintain – especially if something doesn’t change at a deeper level of the mind.

Reading a book about a new diet or an article on the negative effects of tobacco will never provide a lasting change unless the material actually causes you to shift your beliefs and attitudes about the behavior permanently.

These attempts only work on the level of the conscious mind, what we are aware of, and it requires constant attention.  Any change on this level won’t feel natural and is likely to be forgotten soon after something else grabs your attention.

Conscious Hypnosis™  goes right to the heart of the matter.  It deals directly with habits and the underlying beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors behind them.

Taught at Major Universities

For most people, when they think of Hypnosis, they only know what they see in movies or stage show comedy acts.  Yet, we all know that movies and entertainment sensationalize almost everything.

In reality, Hypnosis has been taught at major Universities such as Harvard Medical School and Yale.  The U.S. Military, professional athletes including the U.S. Olympic Team, performers and executives also use hypnosis, regularly for performance enhancement, focus, relaxation, concentration, and self improvement. Hypnosis has also been recognized by the British Medical Association (BMA)

Science of Conscious Hypnosis

The study of how the brain responds to images, linguistics, thoughts, fear, and suggestion is all science. the placebo effect is how all medicines and blind studies operate. This is leading science to prove scientific theory. Benjamin Franklin known to conduct the first placebo effect in history. and that first test was on the study of suggestion. so hypnosis is definitely a science.
Dr Julian Jaynes also makes mention of this as a science in his revolutionary book. The origins of consciousness in 1976.

However Hypnosis is NOT A STATE!
Conscious Hypnosis defines hypnosis as
a repetitive act of consciousness!

Hypnosis is a process of equations that awaken deep consciousness that equates to deep relationships. These relationships are what stimulate beliefs and values that create our matrix.

“Everything is always created twice, first in the mind and then in reality.” - Unknown

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