Professional Hypnotist Expert Tips & Advice To A More Healthy You

Imagery & Imagination In Hypnosis

Imagery & Imagination In Hypnosis

The term “hypnosis” was coined by the Scottish physician James Braid, but the technique existed before that in the fields of mesmerism or magnetism. German doctor Franz Mesmer and his followers believed that there was an invisible, universal fluid…..

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What Are The Symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome?

What Are The Symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome?

Irritable bowel syndrome generally involves changes in the frequency of bowel movements (and usually a change in form as well), along with lower abdominal pain. The most common factors which trigger these kinds of changes are stress, poor diet or sleep, or….

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Irritable Bowel Syndrome Hypnotherapy Treatment

Irritable Bowel Syndrome Hypnotherapy Treatment

The connection between mind and body is surprisingly important for your gut health. There is a very clear link between anxiety and stomach problems, and those who suffer from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) are likely to suffer from some sort of mental health issue as well.

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Practicing Gratitude

Practicing Gratitude

Most recently, many researchers have turned to focus on gratitude as a benefit to health and to personal relationships. The following article includes some of the more interesting findings:

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Hypnosis Treatment

Hypnosis Treatment

Well, it turns out that hypnosis isn’t just a party trick. There is scientific evidence that being hypnotised is possible and might cause some real changes in your brain. Some psychologists even use it as a therapy to help patients with a bunch of different physical and mental conditions. So, hypnosis is probably real. Just not in the exaggerated brainwashing way you might think. Different meditation techniques and trance-like states have been documented for thousands of years.

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Hypnosis for Balance in Your Life

Hypnosis for Balance in Your Life

A video covering a wide variety of topics to help you understand the power of the subconscious mind and how people are using hypnosis to achieve happiness, success and prosperity.

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Benefits Of Hypnosis Therapy

Benefits Of Hypnosis Therapy

Hypnosis is a treatment that has been in use for centuries. It has undergone many modifications over time but the principles remain the same. The therapy is popular among proponents of alternative medicine.
Clients undergo an alteration in the state of their consciousness and usually end up in a deep trance. This is said to help a number of physical and psychological ailments.
There are some things on hypnosis therapy Perth clients should know if they plan to seek the treatment.

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Weight Reduction Hypnosis


Weight Reduction Hypnosis


One of the most common questions we encounter is – “will weight management hypnotherapy actually work?”
Weight loss hypnotherapy will enable you to promptly alter the way you think and feel regarding food.
Lots of people have been smoke cost-free for several years as a result of hypnosis. It is only natural to think that weight reduction hypnosis would certainly function similarly.
Often individuals misunderstand hypnotherapy and assume that as soon as they have done their first weight reduction hypnosis sessions they will instantly begin consuming vegetables and fruits rather than burgers and fries.

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Hypnosis & Memory

Hypnosis & Memory

Questions like “can hypnosis make me forget about my ex-wife?”, or “can you help me to remember where I left my car keys?” are ones that hypnotherapists receive frequently, which suggests that there are some misconceptions about the connection between hypnosis and memory, which I will attempt to sort out below.

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What Is The Use Of Hypnotism?

What Is The Use Of Hypnotism?

The use of hypnotism to plant suggestions is a very old practice. Egyptian priests used the technique to implant suggestions into their patients as early as 1550 BCE.

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What Is Hypnosis?

What Is Hypnosis?

It is difficult to give an exact definition of what hypnosis is, much like with many other concepts related to consciousness or the mind.

Webster’s dictionary says that it is “a trance-like state that resembles sleep but is induced by a person whose suggestions are readily accepted by the subject”, or also “any of various conditions that resemble sleep.”

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Myths About Hypnosis Therapy Treatment

Myths About Hypnosis Therapy Treatment

The skills of Linda Milburn, CEO of Hypnocare was recently featured on Nova radio Listen in on how she hypnotised Nat from the Nova Crew and one of her listeners in overcoming a bad habit    Let Linda personally help you overcome your bad habits, disorders or...

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Resolving Jealousy Issues With Hypnotherapy

Resolving Jealousy Issues With Hypnotherapy

Many of us would like to have more control over our emotions. By tackling the things that trigger our emotional outbreaks, and by resolving bad memories, we can take control and feel less jealous, become more positive, develop more confidence and boost your self-esteem, and generally just feel happier.

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Resolving Anger Issues With Hypnotherapy

Resolving Anger Issues With Hypnotherapy

Do you find yourself becoming angry over trivial problems? Don’t worry, because I am here to help. No matter what the reason is that you are flying into rages over spilled milk, so to speak, hypnotherapy is, in general, a very effective method for resolving your problem.

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Hypnotherapy For Stuttering or Stammering

Hypnotherapy For Stuttering or Stammering

Last week I came across an interesting article in the paper about stammering, one among a variety of different conditions which we typically treat here at Perth Hypnotherapy Clinic. The article was written by Rory Sheridan, a 21-year-old who suffers from stammering himself. In the article Sheridan writes about his experience at The Michael Palin Centre for Stammering Children in London and says that: “the negative thoughts which I had about my stammer were turned into positive ones as I realised it wasn’t such a bad thing.”

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Hypnotherapy for Weight Loss in Perth

Hypnotherapy for Weight Loss in Perth

Weight loss programs that help patients lose the fat they need to reach a healthy standard are among the many services we offer at Perth Hypnotherapy Clinic. People’s shapes and sizes vary greatly and there is no one identical picture of a perfect shape; what we aim for is getting our patients into a healthy zone with respect to their BMI or body mass index, which should never be above 25 (and 30 is considered to be obese).

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Spider Phobia

Spider Phobia

If this story sends shivers down your spine or even makes you want to scream, then you may benefit from a visit to Perth Hypnotherapy Clinic:
…The other day, while I was cleaning up some toys spread around the living room floor, what I had assumed was only a rubber spider suddenly

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The Risks of Vaping

The Risks of Vaping

Though initially developed as a safe alternative to cigarettes, we are now being told that vaping is not as safe as we originally thought. At Perth Hypnotherapy Clinic, in any case, we have never recommended that our clients use tobacco substitutes in order to quit smoking, primarily because

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Using Hypnosis for Confidence

Using Hypnosis for Confidence

How does one become successful?

There are a wide variety of personal characteristics that help to lead one to success in life, but there is one thing that nearly all highly successful individuals have in common, and that is confidence.

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Hypnotherapy for Stress

Hypnotherapy for Stress

In today’s fast-paced lifestyle, it’s practically impossible to evade the buildup of stress.

Stress can be cause by just about anything, from workplace issues, health concerns, financial troubles, to personal relationships, and stress from all these sources can build up over time to the extent that you no longer take relish in your life, and stress can even become so bad that it can impact your physical health.

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Hypnotherapy To Relieve Pain

Hypnotherapy To Relieve Pain

Coping with pain can seriously mess with your life.

Chronic discomfort can get in the way of your everyday activities, negatively affect your work, family, and social lives, and even lead to more serious issues like anger or irritability, depression, poor concentration, obesity, and relationship problems.

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Frequently Asked Questions About A Professional Hypnotist’s Role In Your Health

How many hypnotherapy sessions will I need?

Just as people come in different shapes and sizes, they also react to hypnosis in different ways. Depending on their reaction and their desire to make permanent changes, experience tells us that people commonly achieve the most positive results by undergoing 3 to 5 sessions. But you might be able to make the changes you want in only one session! It has happened.

Can I claim the cost of hypnotherapy with my private health fund?

Some of the more progressive health funds cover a portion of the session cost, especially from Clinical Members of the Australian Hypnotherapists’ Association, one of Linda’s qualifications. We suggest you contact your fund directly for the relevant information.

Can anyone be hypnotised?

Yes, if you allow it to happen. Anybody can resist hypnosis if that’s what they want to do. If you listen and follow the instructions of the practitioner, then you will be hypnotised and the hypnotherapist can make any changes you need.

Will you make me act like a chicken?

No, not unless that’s what you want! Your subconscious mind won’t allow you to do anything you’re not entirely comfortable doing. It protects you physically and emotionally and, in hypnosis, you are in control.

Will I go to sleep during hypnotherapy?

No, not normally. In deep hypnosis the conscious mind wanders, leaving the subconscious mind open to therapeutic suggestion. This can feel like sleep because you won’t necessarily remember what is being said to you, but you will be aware of everything.

Will I hear everything you say?

Yes. You have to hear everything being said to receive any benefit from it. This is an important point because you must allow your conscious mind to wander during hypnosis, and this gives you the impression that you can’t hear what’s being said. While this happens, however, your subconscious mind hears and understands everything. And this is where we can help you make the changes you want to make.

A famous stage hypnotist told me I couldn’t be hypnotised. Is this true?

No. Stage hypnosis, by nature, is required to be entertainment, and the individuals who are willing and open to this type of hypnosis make up about 50% of the population. By telling you that you couldn’t be hypnotised, they meant hypnotised in a way suitable for stage hypnosis – quickly and deeply. In a therapeutic situation, we have more time to spend with you and are trained to hypnotise many different types of people using varying techniques. If you are willing to allow it to happen, then you will be able to go into the hypnotic state.

Can I get “stuck” in hypnosis?

No. This is a Hollywood myth. Your subconscious mind will not allow you to be in hypnosis any longer than necessary.

Can I be hypnotised against my will or to say or do things against my will?

There is no doubt that brainwashing and other negative influences do exist. These, however, are undertaken on a victim under duress and over a lengthy process of relentless pressure. The idea of an evil scientist hypnotising a hapless pawn is another Hollywood myth. In a therapeutic situation, no hypnotist can exert any more power over you than you allow. You will always retain and adhere to your moral code and will not say or do anything outside your own moral boundaries.

Will I become a different person?

No. All your memories and experiences will be preserved. You may feel better about yourself by overcoming negative aspects of your life and you may even look at situations from a different perspective. However, you will definitely remain who you are.

Will I remember things I don’t want to during hypnotherapy?

The subconscious mind does repress the memory of negative and traumatic experiences. This is a protective mechanism to prevent you from continually going through the scenario over and over again. The downside is that the negative emotions associated with the event can cause problems in other areas of your current life, and this is why many people turn to hypnotherapy in the first place. It’s not necessary to re-experience the event to overcome the emotions. The emotions can be effectively cleared without reliving the associated trauma.

Will I be able to remember everything that’s ever happened to me?

This is difficult to answer categorically. The subconscious mind does recall experiences and this can be extremely helpful for releasing negative patterns. It is necessary to note, however, that all these memories are stored through the filter of perception. Your memory of an experience will not be entirely the same as the person who witnessed it next to you. For this reason, the important element of hypnotherapy is the attached emotion and its influence in your life. If that influence is negative, you can overcome it without reliving the experience again in hypnosis.

The skills of Linda Milburn, CEO of Hypnocare was recently featured on Nova radio

Listen in on how she hypnotised Nat from the Nova Crew and one of her listeners in overcoming a bad habit

Let Linda personally help you overcome your bad habits, disorders or overwhelming problems

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