Hypnosis FAQ's
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Can I experience hypnosis?
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Hypnosis is experienced by everyone, everyday. Have you ever driven to your home and missed the turn while listening to your favorite song on the radio? Or, have you been so engaged in a great movie or wonderful book that you 'tune out' and 'turn off' everything else? In essence, this is a light state of hypnosis. Yes, hypnosis is a wonderful experience and you can experience it!
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Will hypnosis work for me?
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Hypnosis is a natural phenomena and when used skillfully by an individual who is exceptionally trained, credentialed and experienced in the science and art of hypnosis, the results are significant. Old habits are forgotten and released. New skills and the reformation of positive behavioral change become the rule rather than the exception. Hypnosis will work for you.
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What does hypnosis feel like?
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Each person's experience of hypnosis is unique from the experience of others. Typically, your body relaxes and your thoughts become more focused. You will feel at ease physically, yet fully awake mentally. Your conscious mind becomes less alert, while your subconscious mind becomes more focused.
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I've seen and heard unrealistic claims about hypnosis…is hypnosis something I can trust?
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Hypnosis, like gravity, is real. It's not hypnosis that you can or cannot trust, rather it's the integrity, experience and caring of the hypnotherapist who must be trusted. When you hear claims such as, "loose 30 pounds in 40 days" or ''guaranteed hypnosis or your money back", be very cautious. Yes, hypnosis works but in realistic and healthy ways. Hypnosis is highly effective, but choose your hypnotist with care. Use this website to learn more about hypnosis and explore the internet for qualified and well-trained individuals who practice hypnosis.
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Taylor Hypnosis is known for getting results quickly. How do you do that?
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First, hypnotism is a short-term intervention. We are usually able to help with a problem quickly as we by-pass the conscious mind which is where resistance to change tends to be. Second, people who do psychotherapy often find it appropriate to explore issues beyond those that the client identified as a problem when the client came for help. This may be appropriate for psychotherapy, but it is not appropriate for hypnotism. In hypnotism the center of control must always remain with the client. Therefore, we work on what you came for, and we stay on target.
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Is hypnosis a professionally accepted practice?
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Yes. Hypnosis has been approved by the AMA since 1958.
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Can a hypnotized person be made to do something he or she doesn't want to do?
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No. You will always remain in control during a hypnosis session. Hypnosis cannot happen against your will. You must be an active participant. It is impossible for a client to do something against their consciously chosen values, morals or ethos.

What hypnosis can do is enable a person to overcome resistance to doing what needs to be done in order to achieve what that person wants to achieve. It can help you get out of your own way and become successful, and it can help you stimulate your own natural healing power by soothing away the worries that interfere with that power.

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Do I receive anything besides hypnosis?
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Yes! You will receive educational materials and instruction about your particular goal and how you are to gain the maximum benefit from your hypnosis session. Important: You receive an audio recording of your session as well as detail instructions about how to use it.
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What should I except upon arriving at Taylor Hypnosis?
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You will be treated with exemplary care and respect. First you will be asked to complete a brief but standard information sheet. Then, the conversation begins about you and your goals.
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Do you accept credit cards, cash and checks?

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Yes. Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express. Checks and cash are also accepted.
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Is there a guarantee?
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No. Just as you would not expect a lifetime guarantee after treating an illness or accident, no guarantees are made by reputable hypnotists or hypnotherapists. It's important to remember that hypnosis is a subjective experience. Hypnosis works but the determining factor of its success is the 'subjective choice to change' made by the client. In almost all cases, persons who are using hypnosis are successful and maximize their fullest potential through hypnosis because of their significant desire for change.
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