Hypnotherapy is used as part of our Integrative Coaching approach to enable changes at the deepest levels of your unconscious, confronting root causes of unhappiness, resulting in a real and lasting transformation – Warren Munitz
Your reality is based on your perceptions. Your mind is continually hypnotising you into believing what you’ve unconsciously chosen to accept as true, and this “truth” then becomes stronger and stronger over the years.
So, for example, over time you’ve learned to believe that you are a particular type of person or that you have a specific set of skills and limitations. But you want to grow and improve and remove these restrictions or addictions that are holding you back from fulfilling your potential.
If you’re open to the mystery that lies deep within you, beyond your perceptions and beliefs, then hypnosis can help you discover unlimited possibilities and opportunities.
Yes, if you’re open to letting go and trusting someone else, such as your Integrative Coach, to guide you on a journey of discovering your true self, then you can be hypnotised and gain the benefits.
It’s important to understand that while you might be more open to suggestions during hypnotherapy, you won’t lose control over your conscious mind, you’ll remain aware throughout the whole process. The person leading your journey can’t make you do something that you are inherently against or conflicts with your core values.
Hypnotherapy facilitates the process of transformation that an individual might desire. It aims to reframe your thoughts, change destructive patterns, overcome irrational fears and phobias as well as aid in resolving and integrating suppressed emotions.
Hypnosis can be used for a variety of goals, for example:
Take note, using hypnotherapy to assist you should only be completed with a professional coach who has years of experience in hypnosis.
Hypnotherapy feels like a mixture of therapy and relaxation. You remain awake, but you’ve chosen to let someone else be the leader, instead of your ego taking charge.
Before you can be hypnotised you first need to learn how to relax. If you’re unfamiliar with hypnosis therapy, you might feel a bit sleepy at the beginning, but the more you practise it, the deeper into the discovery process you can go.
When hypnotised, you’re open to trusting someone else to give you a suggestion – that you are good enough, that you don’t need that cigarette or doughnut to experience that feeling of relaxation, peace and fullness that you’re after.
Yes, hypnotherapy can help you change your life if you’re open to facing the pain that might be underlying the unwanted symptoms you’re experiencing.
In our Cape Town offices, we use hypnosis in an integrative way, as one of the many tools to help you resolve the root causes of your troubled and anxious mind, providing you with the support needed to break free from what’s keeping you stuck.
Every situation is different, it depends on your unique requirements and circumstances. If we think that hypnotherapy can help relieve the pain you’re feeling, we might suggest it as one of our therapies.
Warren Munitz has been using hypnotherapy as another dimension to his coaching process for over 10 years. If you’re interested in Integrative Coaching, please contact us for a free telephonic consultation.