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The potential to change resides in everyone

Clinical Hypnotherapy is used to explore and address a variety of health and well-being matters.

Hypnotherapy is a natural state, just like  daydreaming or when driving along a highway and not paying attention. It is a trance-like state which can occur naturally throughout the day.


In hypnotherapy, you remain fully in control, focused and aware of the environment. Hypnotherapy can be described as a deeply relaxing, calming, and peaceful experience which involves a state of relaxed consciousness.

How and why does it work?  More than 90% of our mind is functioning on a subconscious level, meaning that most of the day we are operating in autopilot. We do not put any thought into doing things like driving a car, blinking, walking, eating or even breathing. This is the same principle when it comes to our negative and limiting beliefs, habits and thoughts that have a direct influence in our lives. This is why it becomes hard to have lasting, life long change because we simply do not access the subconscious. You may have set an intention to change or give up a habit, maybe at the start of the year and, you make good progress for a while and then you fall back into your old thought habits or patterns. In Clinical Hypnotherapy we communicate directly with the subconscious mind and unlock its true potential. Getting to the heart of the matter allows for changes to happen. During hypnosis we are able reprogram the subconscious, create new strong neural pathways and change what we no longer want in our lives.

There is no such feeling as a hypnotised feeling, it is simply a state of pure relaxation where the body and  the conscious part of the brain goes to sleep and moves out of the way so the work to change can begin.

Clinical Hypnotherapy sessions at NRG Healing and Hypnotherapy are conducted with spirituality in mind as various modalities are blended to allow each and every client to be successful based on individual need.

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