Frequently Asked Questions
There are many misconceptions about hypnotherapy and clarifications to questions often asked are
Are there people who cannot be hypnotised ?
No. The depth of trance varies from person to person but it does not affect the effectiveness of therapy.
Shall I be aware of what is happening during hypnosis ?
Yes. You are in a deep state of relaxation and concentration but you do not lose consciousness
and you are not asleep. An hypnotic trance is similar to daydreaming.
Are drugs or tablets used ?
None at all.
Can I be hypnotised to do something against my will or nature ?
Absolutely not ! You would come out of the hypnotic state immediately should any such action be suggested to you.
Is hypnosis addictive ?
No. It is a skill of communication that helps you tap into the power of your mind, it is a tool
for self improvement.
Is hypnotherapy dangerous ?
No. More and more medical practitioners, psychiatrists and dentists are recommending it as a safe and
effective alternative therapy.
Will I disclose hidden secrets ?
No. Under hypnosis you are aware of what you are saying; if you chose to, you can tell a lie in a trance state as you
could in a state of full consciousness !
Am I under the control of the therapist ?
No. The therapist is only a guide to help you achieve your goals.