• Going into a state of hypnosis is a very normal natural activity.
  • Most people describe hypnosis as a restful state where they are still aware, in control, but very relaxed, much like the twilight time before sleep.
  • A person hypnotized is aware of everything the hypnotist says at all times.
  • Persons under hypnosis will always awaken from hypnosis easily.
  • Persons in hypnosis will remain in control of themselves at all times.
  • No person can be hypnotized without their consent, cooperation and willingness.
  • No one can be made to do anything they are morally opposed to during hypnosis    (in fact most people appear more ethical during hypnosis)
  • Hypnosis is not a miraculous power.
  •  Hypnosis merely enables your mind to access and use your own natural healing and physical abilities, to assist in healing or physical accomplishment.
  • Hypnosis allows your subconscious mind to accept positive suggestions
  • Hypnotic suggestions can change or release unwanted behavior patterns
  • Hypnosis can strengthen any part of your personality or ability that you desire.
  • Hypnosis actually strengthens the will and improves the powers of the mind.
  • All hypnosis is self induced hypnosis, but external suggestion can trigger it.
  • Hypnosis is not like sleep, nor is it like a zombie state or total unconsciousness.
  • Hypnosis cannot make someone do something that is against their morals or beliefs.


  •  In Hypnosis a subject can release subconscious programs that control them.
  • In deep Hypnosis a subject can stimulate or increase healing ability. 
  • In Hypnosis a subject can improve or change any physical or mental ability.
  • In hypnosis a subject can modify or change their emotional state or feelings hypnosis can release causes for fears or phobias, then release them.
  • Hypnosis can create or increase positive moods or feelings (joy, enthusiasm, etc.)
  • Hypnosis can assist or accelerate any natural body reactions or ability.
  • Hypnosis can change habit patterns (ie: remove bad habits).
  • Hypnosis can help release unwanted patterns like post traumatic stress reactions.

for Fear


How does hypnotherapy help?

A fear or phobia of flying is an associated  link in your subconscious mind, what this means is that when your mind is stimulated in one situation it has learnt to feel a certain way.

This is very good when it triggers feelings that we like and help us carry on with our daily lives. However if being in a certain situation triggers an associated link like fear then we will find it very difficult to carry out the thing we need to do.

Because through hypnosis we enter directly into the subconscious mind we can alter this link and either diminish its strength or get rid of it all together.  

A fear of flying is quite common, many people feel nervous when they get on a plane and there are many  different reasons  for them feeling that way and there are many different levels of anxiety.

The first thing I need to understand is when & why you become frightened. Some people become frightened just at the thought of going on a plane some only become frightened once they are on the plane.  

Even if you do not know why you feel the way you do, either  send me an e mail and I will call you back, or give me a call I can help