You've tried every diet du jour and given all the latest exercise crazes a whirl, but you're still struggling to lose weight and achieve your dream dress size. So, what about giving hypnotherapy a go?
You’ve tried every diet du jour and given all the latest exercise crazes a whirl, but you’re still struggling to lose weight and achieve your dream dress size. So, what about giving hypnotherapy a go?
Yes, in the past, strings of sessions were pricey and time-consuming, but not anymore thanks to a revolutionary hypnosis technique called rapid-change, which promises to tackle your poor eating habits – we’re talking snacking, overeating and sugar addictions – for good, often in just one session.
Don’t believe us? Here’s how: in hypnosis the subconscious is the key when it comes to change, no matter what your conscious desires are, and if your subconscious isn’t aligned with these desires, change will be a struggle, if not impossible. Hypnotherapy sessions communicate directly with your subconscious mind to ensure the changes you want to make in your life are easier and faster.
Now, the rapid-change technique takes this up a notch, using Ideo Motor Responses (IMRs) to talk to the subconscious mind without the pesky conscious getting in the way and ensuring the subconscious has taken on board the suggestions of new life changes. One way to do this is through finger movements to answer yes, no or maybe to your therapist’s questions whilst under hypnosis. By doing this the therapist is able to get a clear indication of what your subconscious is thinking and what needs to be done to change those negative patterns of behaviour.
Unlike a lot of hypnotherapy where suggestions are often given without ‘testing’ that the tip has in fact been taken on board, the use of IMRs, through the simple movement of a finger, ensures that the subconscious mind has absorbed this information meaning change can come about quickly, not to mention permanently.
We gave the technique a go at Zoe Clews & Associates hypnosis in London to banish our naughty eating habits for good and perfect the art of positive thinking. We were put into a sleep-like state by closing our eyes whilst our therapist talked to us slowly. Once hypnotised, our subconscious mind answered questions about changing our eating habits by using the finger movement IMRs to support and uphold our intentions and motivation. This technique is perfect for busy people on the go who don’t have time for numerous, lengthy (not to mention expensive) sessions.
The rapid-technique hypnosis communicates directly with the subconscious to transform problems fast, meaning you can often achieve your goals in just one simple session. Brilliant.
Fancy giving it a go? Contact Zoe Clews & Associates to book your first session and say goodbye to bad habits for good. Other associates at the clinic combine this technique with sleep and phobia expertise (IMR specialist Tim Box), as well as other weight loss techniques including the hypnotic gastric band process (specialist Sandy Robson). To book your session, call 07766 515 272, email email@example.com or visit zoeclews-hypnotherapy.co.uk to find out more.