Hypnotherapy for Unwanted Habits
Based on what we now know about the brain, the neuroplasticity, and the biology of belief, we can begin to approach cravings and recovery from a new perspective, whether you are drinking alcohol excessively, abusing drugs, constantly watching pornography (porn), shop non-stop, gambling, excessive online gaming, obsess about food, indulge sweet tooth, consume too much caffeine, etc.
Using these newly discovered and clinically accepted methodologies, the mind and behavior modification techniques will work to retrain and recondition the person seeking help at the core subconscious level, leading to new habits and behaviors.
One reason that hypnosis is so effective is that it changes person’s deepest belief about who they are. When a person wants to break a habit, they need to be something other than “in Recovery” for the rest of their life. Seeing oneself as powerless is exactly the opposite of what the mind needs to end a habit,
or compulsive behavior.
Instead of telling someone what they are Not, hypnotherapist helps the client to create a positive identity that they want to be – healthy, powerful, and in control. Meeting their future self feels very real to the person – they will see, hear, feel, and watch their future self being totally free from cravings and urges, and also feel what it’s like to no longer have the doom and gloom of spending their life “in
How Can the Change Happen So Fast?
The brain is constantly changing. The neuroplasticity of the brain allows hypnosis to create new neural connections. Re-wiring the responses that subconscious mind has to the sight, smell, or thought about drugs, alcohol, or anything else leading to undesirable habitual behavior, it forces the mind to trigger an entirely new feeling. The very thing that used to cause cravings and relapse, now actually reinforces the commitment to not use or drink or do. Creating the new identity in the person’s mind helps to grow new neural pathways and making the experience very real and lasting.
Hypnotherapy can help clients to free themselves from compulsive behavior, and create permanent belief that they are healthy, powerful, and in control. These changes then lead towards a healthy life without fear, doubt, or struggle.
7 Elements Addressed in Hypnotherapy to Create Permanent Change
- Desire – change for Yourself
- Core Belief – understanding who you are and what you believe in
- Identity – create your own powerful, healthy, and worthy identity
- Conflict Resolution – stop self-sabotage and internal conflict
- Self-Talk – replacing negativity with positive self-talk
- Repetition – create new Neural Pathways in your brain by consistently doing and thinking
- Trigger Release – redirect subconscious negative triggers to cause positive feelings and reactions
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