Clinical Hypnotherapy


Hypnosis has had a chequered history and reputation and for some still can elicit a wariness regarding its power. From the beginning of consciousness the mind was and is susceptible to suggestion. The problems arose because Dictators and Despots understood this and used it to their own advantage.(Generals and religious leaders too)

Ironically visiting a hypnotherapist is often the way to become de-hypnotized, and see the world from a different perspective than the one we were 'told' to see. Dictators and some more extreme church leaders sought to demonize it and keep it for themselves. Add to that writers such as Dickens, who portrayed hypnosis as an occult force, and one of the first Disney cartoons of Minnie mouse being kidnapped by a malevolent hypnotizer and one encouraged the negative perception some people still hold. 

Bluntly, these preconceptions should be forgotten. They make as much sense as holding the car responsible for a car crash! Hypnosis is neither good nor bad, moral or amoral, it is just a series of techniques that allow or facilitate suggestion - by others or by oneself, to bypass the critical faculty and allow the most powerful part of our mind to attempt to grind out whatever suggestion is implanted. (I say attempt, not always does)!

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An introduction to Fraser White

"Self suggestion makes you a master of yourself" – W. Clement Stone

"Repeat anything often enough and it will start to become you". - Tom Hopkins

"Whatever we plant in our subconscious mind and nourish with repetition and emotion will one day become a reality".
 - Earl Nightingale

"There's a fine line between genius and insanity. I have erased this line." ― Oscar Levant

"Almost all people are hypnotics.The proper authority saw to it that the proper belief should be induced, and the people believed properly." ― Fort

"Imagination rules the world". - Napoleon Bonaparte

"Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world."
― Albert Einstein

"There are more things, Lucilius, that frighten us than injure us, and we suffer more in imagination than in reality." - Michel de Montaigne


"Nothing fixes a thing so intensely in the memory as the wish to forget it."  - Michel de Montaigne   

"If some persons died and others did not die, death would indeed be a terrible affliction."
― Jean de La Bruyère

"You use hypnosis not as a cure but as a means of establishing a favorable climate in which to learn."

― Milton Erickson

"Life is ten percent what you experience and ninety percent how you respond to it."― Dorothy M. Neddermeyer