The term "hypnosis" comes from the ancient Greek word ὑπνος hypnos, "sleep", and the suffix -ωσις -osis, or from ὑπνόω hypnoō, "put to sleep", hypnosis differs from sleep in that it is a very deep state of relaxation combined with enhanced concentration. If you have ever daydreamed or meditated, you have experienced a state of mind that is similar to hypnosis. Hypnosis bypasses the critical conscious mind and communicates directly with the unconscious where you can access memories, experiences, or events that have shaped your beliefs and habits.
Scientific research has found that the conscious mind can only fully process 5-7 pieces of information per second, while the unconscious is processing millions. The unconscious mind runs the autonomic nervous system which includes controls for “rest and digest” actions, and the sympathetic nervous system for “fight or flight” responses. When a person lives in a constant state of stress, their auto-immune response is compromised. Behind many physical illnesses lie psychological causes. There is a vast body of research demonstrating that our mental and emotional states have a profound impact on our health. Hypnotherapy allows us to communicate directly with the unconscious causes of fears, blocks or phobias that may have been imprinted by a traumatic experience, or had more significance than is known at the conscious level. When entering a hypnotic trance, the processes of induction, regression, review, integration and transformation allow for profound and long-lasting changes.
The premise of Hypnotic Breakthrough is that hypnosis can just as effectively be used to access superconscious or higher self states that accelerate self-expression and creative excellence. The goals we set with the conscious mind alone are usually doomed to fail, because rational thought and willpower alone are not sufficient. By re-programming your mind in the way you choose at a superconscious level, you can become more competent and empowered to live in alignment with your true purpose.