If you've ever had the experience of being so completely caught up in a story, a movie or a daydream that you've temporarily unaware forgotten your surroundings then hypnosis can work for you. Hypnosis is a state of mind with which you are already familiar without ever calling it that. It is a natural state of mind which each and every one of us moves into and out of several times a day as part of our everyday lives.
In clinical hypnosis this state is entered into consciously in order to solve personal problems, alleviate stress, change habits and rebuild self-belief amongst many other things.
As the father of hypnotherapy, Milton Erickson, once put it, "There are no poor subjects - only inflexible hypnotists." In this way, if you can find a good hypnotist (please see our list of qualified hypnotists in Scotland) then hypnotherapy may be an ideal way for you to improve your quality of life in a simple and straightforward manner.
Alternatively, if you would prefer to work on yourself, you can use the self hypnosis scripts, videos and recordings available on this website.
If you don't find what you're looking for then please get in contact and we shall try to create a recording, video or script to fit your personal needs.
For more detailed explanations and definitions of hypnosis and hypnotherapy please see our 'What is hypnosis?' page.
Countless people have reported that their lives have been changed for the better by watching hypnosis videos or listening to hypnosis recordings. The easiest way to find out if they can work for you is to try one. And you can try one now just by going to the Hypnosis Videos page or the Hypnosis Recordings (Mp3s) page on this site where you will find a selection of free to view self hypnosis movies and free to listen to recordings covering a wide range of issues.
Hypnotherapy is used to change behaviour that we would normally have difficulty in altering through conventional methods or by sheer will-power. Stopping smoking (or stopping using any kind of drug), losing weight, overcoming phobias, stress relief and pain relief seem to be the most popular uses for hypnotherapy, though any type of desired behavioural change generally responds well to hypnotism and hypnotherapy.
For the vast majority of people hypnotherapy is completely safe, involves no chemicals, is non-invasive and has a documented history of producing results where other methods have repeatedly failed. Hypnotherapy is not advised for those suffering from epilepsy or for clinical depression. If you suffer from epilepsy or clinical depression you are strongly advised to first consult your doctor or professional physician before resorting to this method - either self hypnosis or hypnotherapy by way of a hypnotist.
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