Hypnosis for Healing

Hypnosis for Healing by Gina Cannone #TheWellnessUniverse #WUVIP #Hypnosis

Hypnosis for Healing:

Hypnosis is a very successful technique to aid in the healing of the mind, body and spiritual aspects of life. The power of suggestion when in a hypnotic trance is heightened. Once in a “trance” through a hypnotic induction, the subconscious is now at the forefront and highly receptive for new, positive ideas and suggestions to replace the self-sabotaging thoughts and patterns. The body is naturally designed to heal itself, but is accelerated and enhanced when proper application of hypnosis is applied.

For hypnotherapy to be effective, the client must first want to change and resolve the issues. Also, the hypnotherapist must be highly trained and skilled; along with having the proper credentials and board certifications.

As a board certified clinical hypnotherapist, I utilize an advanced revolutionary technique called “Advanced Parts Therapy.” With “Advanced Parts Therapy,” I dialogue with the sub-personalities, in which then I can unblock the subconscious and remove behaviors of a psychological nature, which may have also been found to manifest physical unwanted behaviors. An example of this is anxiety; which can create a wide range of symptoms: heart palpitations, breathing difficulties, skin irritations, sweating. Depression can be linked to increase or decrease of appetite, insomnia, and restlessness. Your body’s natural stress response can have a significant impact on your immune system/function, hormonal balance, blood sugar levels and more. Studies have linked stress to lowered immune system function, and the rate at which tumors grow. Extreme grief or any other stressful event can also have a devastating impact-increasing your chances of a heart attack by 20 times.

I have had outstanding success using hypnosis for overall health & healing, and in easing or eliminating phobias and deep seated trauma, as well as treating the immune system.

How is this “Revolutionary” technique called Parts Therapy so powerful? We are made up of many personalities, aspects or parts, and through these “parts” we can uncover the causes of the problem. Our subconscious is protective; and through this mechanism the subconscious sets up specific “parts” to deal with trauma or the special needs the individual may require. It is the nature of the mind to be subdivided into an indeterminate number of sub-personalities or “parts.” The intention of each “part” is positive or protective for the individual. The goal of Parts Therapy is not to eliminate any of the parts, but to instead help find and replace the old unwanted behaviors with new positive roles or behaviors (or jobs).

Researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine have found changes in three areas of the brain that occur when people are hypnotized. The scientists scanned the brains of 57 people during guided hypnosis sessions similar to those that might be used clinically to treat anxiety, pain or trauma. Distinct sections of the brain have altered activity and connectivity while someone is hypnotized, they report in a study published online July 28, 2016 in Cerebral Cortex. “Now that we know which brain regions are involved, we may be able to use this knowledge to alter someone’s capacity to be hypnotized or the effectiveness of hypnosis for problems like pain control,” said the study’s senior author, David Spiegel, MD, professor and associate chair of psychiatry and behavioral sciences.

With hypnosis, one could improve the known analgesic effects of hypnosis and potentially replace addictive and side-effect-laden painkillers and anti-anxiety drugs. Hypnosis is always worth trying, because there is absolutely no “downside” to the technique. To date, scientific literature and case studies support and validate the power of hypnosis to promote overall well-being, healing and health benefits.

It is important to monitor your emotions and how they affect your body to see how they overall affect your health and well-being. A few questions to ask yourself is; Do you get headaches after worrying about something too long? Do you get stomach aches when nervous or stressed out over an issue?

Emotions matter and it’s smart to stay connected with your body and mind. Hypnosis is highly successful in treating anxiety, stress, panic attacks and emotional issues. In each of my hypnotherapy sessions, self-hypnosis is taught, so that the client can continually get relief when needed, along with their personalized recorded therapy session.


It is widely held that Hypnosis is a state of heightened suggestibility. It is brought about, by shifting the balance between two different parts of the mind.

The CONSCIOUS Mind- which is always active and deals with the outside world through our Sensory experiences in an objective way; while,

The SUBCONSCIOUS Mind- is passive and accepts information subjectively and serves as a Resource. The subconscious is the storehouse of all our memories and beliefs and is the control center of the automatic functions of the body. (Heart rate, Respiration, Perspiration, etc.)

During HYPNOSIS, the Conscious and the Subconscious parts of the mind undergo a tremendous shift in balance. The Conscious part of the mind recedes and becomes passive, and the Subconscious part becomes active and accessible. While in this state, the power of critical conscious criticism is suppressed, and suggestions go directly to the subconscious mind and is taken as fact, as long as it is not contrary to the subjects Ethical or Moral values.

HYPNOSIS is NOT a “sleep” state but referred to as a “trance” state. The term “trance” refers to the day dreamy state of mind often experienced by people when they meditate, listen to music, attend a long lecture, drive on a freeway at night, or undergo a hypnotic induction. A Trance is a state of passively focused inner awareness. You are in control! It’s as though you are uploading fresh, positive, software to replace the outdated or defective software.

Clients are their own best therapists. In general, the primary goal of the hypnotherapist is to evoke a trance state within the client so that the client can then use that state as an opportunity to do therapy. Clients are more relaxed and receptive to new ideas or behavioral directives when in a trance.


Smoking Drinking Addictions Compulsion
Nail Biting Skin Disorders Allergies Asthma
Weight Loss Bulimia Ulcers Eating Disorders
Anxiety Nervousness Depression Panic Attacks
Confidence Self-Esteem Assertiveness Motivation
Headaches Stress Pain-Control Grief
Goal Setting Public Speaking Communication Memory
Insomnia Nightmares Trauma (PTSD Past-Life Regression
Migraines, and many more issues …


– Gina

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