FAQ's
 
   
 

 

Q 1. Does Hypnotherapy make one loose control over self?
Under hypnosis, the client continues to remain conscious, and is aware of the session as it takes place, hypnotherapy is
only effective with the absolute acquiescence of the client.

Q 2. Can viewing a past life adversely affect me?
Q 3. Can viewing traumatic events from my past make things worse for me?

A traumatic past life or even a traumatic past from the current life that comes to view is most often the root cause of the
problem the client has approached the therapist with and when reviewed as such and with the aid of the trained therapist,
this has a cathartic effect on the client who will be able to release pent up emotions associated with the event so as to help
the client to resolve their current day issues. Therefore, even though viewing a traumatic past life may be unpleasant, the
therapeutic effect that this has and the healing that this promotes, is phenomenal.

Q 4. Will I be aware of what takes place during the session?
Most states of hypnosis involve a fair amount of consciousness and the client is aware of the session as it takes place.
However, at times it is possible for the client to go deep enough so as to not be aware of the session fully, at such
times the sessions are recorded and the client is given the copy of the recording so as to enable them to listen to the
session as it took place, in their own words, as well as to maintain privacy.

Q 5. Is hypnotherapy a safe option?
Hypnosis is a 100% absolutely safe when conducted by a trained and certified practitioner.

Hypnotherapy is a completely non-invasive, non-chemical healing process that is in alignment
with our need to grow and evolve as humans through a deeper understanding of ourselves. It
is not possible to get stuck in hypnosis, as some are led to believe.

Q 6. Is this a very scary and nerve-wrecking procedure?
Hypnosis is induced via deep relaxation techniques and the sessions are extremely restful and energizing.

Q 7. Are these sessions completely confidential?
Yes, the sessions are completely confidential. These are one on one personal sessions and absolute confidentiality is
guaranteed.

Q 8. How time consuming are these sessions?
Each session with Dr. Reddy lasts approximately 2 hours.

Q 9. Are there any prerequisites or restrictions for the session?
Hypnosis is most effective when the client is free of any intoxicant for at least 24 hours prior to the session.

Q 10. Can I be forced to do anything I don’t want to?
This is not possible, read Q 1.

Q 11. Can I get stuck in a past life or during regression therapy?
No, it is not possible to get stuck in a past life or during regression therapy, the therapist  can always ensure that the
client comes “out” of a past life or regression session.

Q 12. is clinical hypnotherapy the same as stage hypnosis?
No, completely different, clinical hypnotherapy is done with the complete acquiescence of the client with his well
being as the objective. Stage hypnosis is done purely for entertainment, and may be embarrassing for the participant.
The techniques used for clinical hypnosis are completely different and a clients complete step by step acceptance is
required for resolution

Q 13. Can everyone be hypnotized?
People differ in the degree to which they respond to hypnosis. A person's ability to experience hypnosis can be
inhibited by fears and concerns arising from some common misconceptions. Contrary to some depictions of
hypnosis in books, movies or television, people who have been hypnotized do not lose control over their behavior.
People remain aware of who they are, where they are, and remember what transpired during hypnosis. Hypnosis
makes it easier for people to accept suggestions, which they would not be able to enforce upon themselves.

 

 

 
 
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