Hypnosis over the phone is real and can actually help you with a wide variety of problems

You may have heard of therapists offering hypnosis over the phone, and like many others you probably have some initial doubts about this relatively new practice.
With all the films and series we have watched, the tendency is to believe that in order to be hypnotized you must sit in front of the hypnotist who swings a pocket watch which causes you to enter a trance-like state.
Well, the truth is that you don’t need actual visual contact with the hypnotist, and you never lose consciousness during hypnosis. There is no way someone can hypnotize you without your knowledge or against your will. Also, you will remember everything from your session, so you don’t need to worry that someone will abuse their position and make you do something you don’t want to.
Also, contrary to the common belief, the hypnotist doesn’t control the person hypnotized, but rather you will both work together to unravel the underlying cause for a particular condition or situation. Together you will try solving the mystery surrounding any hidden or displaced painful memories or traumas, and together you will localize the triggers which cause various types of reactions – many of them very difficult to handle and cope with.
Now, there is an excellent and easy to achieve opportunity to try hypnosis over the phone to try to resolve your anxiety issues, phobias and fears you may suffer from, flashbacks and other symptoms of PTSD, panic attacks, or even conditions like Irritable bowel syndrome, GI, skin conditions, headaches, pain and for help quitting smoking or binge eating.
Thus, maybe it is time to leave all the stereotypes in regard to hypnosis, resulting from the show-oriented stage hypnosis or the movie portrayals of the process of hypnosis and try it out for yourself. It could be the answer to your prayers for successful and easy treatment of your condition or for easily kicking a bad habit from your life.

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