Hypnotism & Sex
Hypnosis is commonly known as "trance." Hypnosis is a state of deep relaxation combined with focused concentration, in which you can reach the brainwave states of alpha, theta and delta. While you are in hypnosis, your conscious mind becomes quiet, allowing you access to your highly suggestible (and knowing) subconscious mind.
The purpose of hypnosis is to support the kind of positive change that has been chosen by you, the client.
There are varying degrees of hypnosis: some people go deeper, some stay in lighter trance states. You might be like most people, who go into trance somewhere in the middle. Everyone experiences hypnosis naturally while daydreaming, watching television or "driving on autopilot." So you can see how even in the hypnotic trance state, part of your conscious mind stays aware and in control.
Hypnotism for Other Issues</font>
With additional training in medical hypnosis, pain management and emergency hypnosis, Dr. Marsh offers this versatile clinical tool for a wide variety of situations and conditions, such as:
❀ Stress and worry, including pre-wedding jitters.
❀ Release of unpleasant feelings.
❀ Habit control, such as stopping smoking, weight loss, etc.
❀ Boosting self confidence and exploration for personal growth.
❀ Aiding spiritual searches and transformation.
❀ Improved performance in sports, creativity or work.
❀ Taking tests.
Medical hypnotism is complementary to medical treatment and does not replace it. Hypnotism can assist health through positive suggestions for healing and/or adhering to doctor-ordered medical regimens. A request for medical hypnotism must be be accompanied by physician's referral. Hypnotism can be used in a complementary fashion for:
❀ Help with pain management.
❀ Promoting relaxation in childbirth.
❀ Irritable bowel syndrome.
❀ Pre- and post- operative suggestions to support recovery after surgery.