- While driving a car, and all of a sudden you end up at your destination, yet you cannot quite remember what happened along the way, nor taking the usual turns that you take each day
- When meditating
- Being so consumed in an activity, like drawing or sports, that everything else fades away
- That space right before you fall asleep
Having gone in and out of popularity since the 1700s, hypnotherapy has been used on a vast array of conditions and symptoms. From habits, fears and phobias, to anxiety, depression and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, hypnotherapy has been a long-standing modality. Compared to conventional counselling or psychotherapy, it has proven to be a much quicker form of therapy. Without the analytical nature of the conscious mind to interfere, favourable results occur in a brief period.