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Mindfulness is a state of active, open attention to the present. When you’re mindful, you observe your thoughts and feelings from a distance, without judging them good or bad. Instead of letting your life pass you by, mindfulness means living in the moment and awakening to experience.Consultation
An altered state of consciousness which results in an increased receptiveness and response to suggestion. While associated with relaxation, hypnosis is actually an escape from an overload of message units, resulting in relaxation. Hypnosis can be triggered naturally from environmental stimuli as well as purposefully from an operator, often referred to as a hypnotist.Consultation
Cognitive-behavioural therapy is a psycho-social intervention that aims to improve mental health. CBT focuses on challenging and changing cognitive distortions and behaviours, improving emotional regulation, and developing personal coping strategies that target solving current problems.Consultation
Love-fullness is a very useful technique and a simple way to convince your mind to cooperate with you, get down to the source of the problem and eradicate it in just a few sessions.Learn more
Here is the definition: An altered state of consciousness that results in an increased receptiveness and response to suggestion. While associated with relaxation, hypnosis is actually an escape from an overload of message units, resulting in relaxation. Hypnosis can be triggered naturally from environmental stimuli as well as purposefully from an operator, often referred to as a hypnotist.
Opinions, however, vary on the exact definition of this natural state of mind. First of all, contrary to what many people believe, hypnosis is not always a trance state or a sleep state even though a person in hypnosis may appear to be sleeping. Hypnosis is really natural state of mind and is an important part of everyday life. Whenever our mind wanders, daydreams or is focused on something, such as reading a book, driving a familiar route, watching a film we are in a state of hypnosis.
Brain scans on people who are in the hypnosis state show that brain wave activity moves from a Beta state to an Alpha state, and sometimes a Theta state. This is not dissimilar to the pattern of brain activity during meditation.
Do we give up control of our mind to someone else when we are reading a book or watching a film? In situations like this you are in a hypnotic trance, although you still have the power to emerge from that state if wished. Whatever or whomever hypnotizes you; you always have the power to resist.
When you realize that you are the one in control, when you decide how deeply into hypnosis you wish to go, then you become aware of what hypnosis is. A hypnotherapist is a guide and helps you on a journey, but the change can only be made by you.
Often the realization that you are in control, and that you can make change yourself is very empowering. You’ll find that the more often you going into hypnosis, aware that you doing it, the more you realize how easy it is to let go, secure in the knowledge that you can always stop a session if you feel uncomfortable.
Some hypnotherapists use the knowledge that actually we are always in hypnosis and will have an open discussion with you, just altering their language patters, using suggestions relating to your goal and the changes you wish to make, without taking you into a ‘trance state’ at all.
Hypnotherapy has the advantage of being able to communicate with the subconscious in a two-way fashion. Affirmations don’t facilitate direct responses from the subconscious; they only seek to speak to the subconscious.
A post-hypnotic suggestion is also different from an affirmation: effects tend to be more direct, more specific, and more immediate when using post-hypnotic suggestions.
Other than that, the language of hypnosis and of affirmations is similar. Both are always expressed in the present tense, and always in the positive. If you ever meet a hypnotherapist that uses the words, “don’t smoke” as a direct suggestion, choose a different hypnotherapist!
The 88% of our mind that is mostly below the level of our awareness. The part of our mind responsible for reflexive action, ideomotor responses, and contains the positive and negative associations we’ve made throughout our life.
The 12% of our mind of which we are most aware. The part responsible for logic, reasoning, decision-making, and willpower.
Hypnosis is a natural state of mind; people are often surprised that they hear every word and could get up and walk out of the room at any moment. Unless you enter a deeper state, you may not seem any different, just very relaxed.
It’s similar to drifting off to sleep at night, that stage when you are not quite awake and not quite asleep, you may feel a sense of weightlessness or you may feel heaviness as all your muscles relax. Everyone experiences it differently, and your therapist will be able to reassure you and help you relax and enjoy the experience.
Most people are surprised at just how relaxing it is.
Hypnosis can be used to help treat a wide range of issues such as:
It can also be used as a tool to:
First I will take detailed history and with some conditions it might be necessary with your permission notice your doctor that you are having hypnotherapy.
Then we will discuss your goal and what you would like to see or feel at the end of your sessions.
Using a range of different techniques I will relax you, make you feel comfortable and work with you towards achieving your goal.
After a session you may feel uplifted, lighter and very relaxed. Often change is very subtle, as we were working with you subconscious mind, and you may just notice a very positive shift in how you are feeling.
The difference between hypnosis and hypnotherapy is that hypnosis is defined as a state of mind, while hypnotherapy is the name of the therapeutic modality in which hypnosis is used.
Hypnotherapy is a form of complementary therapy. It utilises our subconscious and the power of suggestion to promote positive change in our thoughts, feelings and behaviour.
Psychotherapy is a type of therapy used to treat emotional and mental health problems. It often involves talking, though it may also include other methods, such as art, music and movement.
It has been said that man shall not live off of bread alone. All people need food for the soul. Dr Jakub Tencl takes the reader on a spiritual journey and challenges previous interpretations of the realm of the unknown. “The Mystery of Life” contains 12 Chapters that expound on Jakub’s personal experiences and spiritual growth.
When Jakub sets out to make something happen, he does so wholeheartedly. He is someone for whom motivation is always in abundance, and it is this highly efficient mindset that he tries to pass on to the people around him. His areas of expertise include self-confidence, self-forgiveness, self-mastery, dreams, fears, stress, guilt, and self-acceptance, a value that he believes all people can benefit from.
As a coach, Jakub is in demand. He is recognized for his ability to show people how they can uncover the best possible version of themselves and achieve their goals.
Jakub earned his Diploma in Hypnotherapy at HMI’s College and Clinic of Hypnotherapy, graduating in 2014. He then went on to study for his Level 5 Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Award at Stonebridge Associated Colleges and his Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) at Charter University. On top of that, he is a Certified Specialist in Trauma Recovery Hypnosis, Hypnosis for Immune Disorders, Smoking Cessation, Pain Management, and Healing the Inner Child.
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