Robert J. Escandon, clinical hypnotherapist at the Banyan Holistic, explains what is therapeutic hypnosis.
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Therapeutic Hypnosis Explained On behalf of tvlesson.com, my name is Robert J. Escandon. I am a Clinical Hypnotherapist with the BanyanHolistic.com. Let us talk a little bit about what a therapeutic hypnosis is. Therapeutic Hypnosis is based on the classical root of the field study of, you know, clinical hypnotherapy, which uses meditation, visualization and breathing to be able to go into one’s mind and restructures certain truths, certain things that we have been led to believe that are reality. You know, everything starts with us. Everything begins with us. The world that we see is a matter of our own perception, or the filter that we choose to see the world in. You know, using techniques such as meditation, you know, to quite the mind, to clear the body. Breathing also helps to clarify the body, to relieve it when they’re stressed or tension that builds up. Using the field of study which is therapeutic hypnosis one is able to go back into the mind and basically research, start to investigate anything that might be in there. The mind all on its own is much like a universe. It’s vast and limitless in its potential. Anything that we never experienced, have experienced, will experienced, even thing’s that we don’t quite remember that we actually experienced is in there. You know, our mind retains all, everything that we have gone through so far, much like a hallway for the rooms or much like a filling cabinets, our mind categorizes and keeps all of our experiences. Through therapeutic hypnosis, it’s possible to go inwardly to be able to restructure certain problems. That could be social or personal. On behalf of tvlesson.com, this has been Robert J. Escandon. Thank you for watching me.
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