If you’re in the arts, or in any vocation that involves steady creative output, you’re sure to have experienced periods of mind-numbing exhaustion. Blankness. Nothingness. Self-doubt, self-criticism, self-delusion, self-absorption…. The list goes on.
What do you come up with next, or perhaps now? Why do you feel blocked, lacking stamina and inspiration?
Clinical Hypnosis can help you get in tune with the parts of yourself that you might have neglected or never knew existed. Give me a call and let’s revive your imagination.
Details matter. Yet we lose them every day, and not every detail carries the same weight as the other. One lost item can mean the collapse of a larger picture.
Whether it’s forgetting a crucial ingredient to a beloved recipe, forgetting the reasons you make certain high-risk business decisions, forgetting what street you’re on, or where you were going…hypnosis can improve memory loss greatly, no matter what age you are… Curious about how?
In terms of describing what hypnosis feels like, I often like to compare it to guided meditation. The patient lays down on my recliner, closes his/her eyes, and is instructed to breathe deeply and consistently.
As I begin the induction in my soft and solid voice, you will begin to imagine what I’m saying. With each breath you take and each prompt I give your imagination, you will relax deeper and deeper. Your conscious mind will no longer be so prevalent, but on the other hand, you will not be falling asleep or becoming unconscious in any way.
After 20 minutes of the post-hypnotic suggestions, which are always tailored to the individual and created by me during our first session together, you will slowly come out of the trance-like state. You will not leave feeling dizzy, sleepy, or weakened in any way, but you will feel relaxed. And most importantly, you’ll notice that the problem you came to me for is gone.
Give me a call – I’ll fix you. Contact me at 212-599-3195.
If you’ve read any of my blogs for the last 3 years, you’ll know that I spend a considerable amount of time demystifying hypnosis.
So many people think clinical hypnosis with me will look like what they see in the movies: a mystical, goateed man on stage turning an unsuspecting audience member into a clucking chicken after a countdown. But you and I both know that’s ridiculous.
Hypnosis is not entertainment, it’s not mind-control, and it’s not hocus-pocus.But there’s another issue underneath that question that I’d like to address right here: is hypnosis dangerous?
At the end of the day when a person comes to someone for help, they want results. Because of the length of time that I have been practicing, when it comes to smoking, 96 percent success rate. When it comes to food addictions, also in the high 90s. When it comes to areas of anxiety and stress, and depression, mid 90s. When it comes to extreme cocaine use, high 80s. At the bottom I want to let you know that there’s no substitute for experience. I look forward to meeting you.