Hypnosis has many uses and applications.
Medical Hypnoanalysis and / or Hypnotherapy has been successfully used to manage many physical & mental conditions and Increase human potential.
The use of hypnosis to accelerate personal achievement, has spread rapidly since the late 1950’s when the American Medical Association first recognized it’s legitimate use as a tool to help shell shocked soldiers overcome the trauma of war.
For years now professional athletes have employed hypnosis to enhance performance – and corporate executives at every level of management have discovered how hypnosis can help them achieve optimum efficiency. Today’s hypnosis is being applied more frequently in a widening variety of ways. For instance, the judicial system uses hypnosis to help witnesses remember details that have slipped from memory. At Walter Reed Army Hospital and other hospitals around the country, hypnosis is used as an anesthetic in surgical procedures. It is also used in childbirth, treating burn victims, psychotherapy and pain management. Hypnosis is part of the curriculum at Harvard Medical School.
In all of these areas and dozens more, hypnosis is recognized as a way to utilize the potential we have, but never use. It is a tool that facilitates success by allowing you to transform negative aspects of your subconscious into qualities of personal strength. By utilizing the full potential of the brain you can achieve greater success, power, fame, relaxation, and personal satisfaction.