Where do beliefs come from? Your core beliefs about yourself reside in your subconscious mind. These beliefs are formed in childhood and molded by your upbringing, which was influenced by your family, society, and circumstances.
Once these beliefs are established, they are rarely questioned. Opposing evidence to these beliefs is often rejected as the mind looks for events that reinforce the original belief.
95% of your thoughts and actions are controlled by your subconscious mind. This is why it can be so challenging to overcome ongoing issues in our lives, even though we are consciously aware of them and actively working towards a solution
Hypnosis is a natural state that you enter into every day. It is the daydream state that you experience when you drive your car, get to your destination, and realize that you don’t remember the journey. It’s the same state that you enter right before you go to sleep.
In hypnosis, the conscious mind steps aside and the subconscious takes over. This allows you to access the deeper knowledge of the mind.
During hypnotherapy, a client is guided into a relaxed state of hypnosis. Hypnotherapy allows you to stay in a focused state of trance and be more open to positive suggestions. The goal is to change negative, limiting thoughts, beliefs and behaviors into positive and supportive ones, thereby allowing the client to move forward in life without the issue.
RTT (Rapid Transformational Therapy) is a unique method of hypnotherapy that creates transformative change through the use of trance, root cause analysis, regression, parts therapy, reframing, and reconditioning. It is a way to get to the root cause of emotional pain, limiting beliefs, and self-sabotaging behaviors.
While in hypnosis, clients are guided to uncover the origin and meaning of past events. When you regress to previous events, you are reviewing them, not reliving them, allowing you to see them in a new light.
With the subconscious mind open and receptive, the reframing process sweeps out the old, unwanted thoughts and beliefs. Together, we break these thought and behavior loops and install new beliefs. Old neural pathway loops fade away, and new ones are created to establish lasting change.