Are past lives real?
This is for you to decide. What is important is that you leave the session with a greater understanding of the meaning associated with the experiences and symbols that arise, as this seems to have a very positive effect on people’s lives.

I don’t think I’m hypnotizable – is it even worth trying?
The hypnotic state is available to everyone. It’s just a matter of how long it takes to get there. And the more you enter the state, the more accessible it is to you.

Will I lose consciousness?
This is a common misconception about hypnosis. Rather than being unconscious, your senses will likely be heightened and more acute. Clients are aware of everything while being hypnotized, and are encouraged to speak throughout the process.

Can I be hypnotized against my will?
No, you must be a willing subject. In truth, all hypnosis is self-hypnosis. I simply guide you through the process.

Is it possible that I may not come out of hypnosis?
This is another common misconception. Since you induce the trance yourself and I only guide the process, you can readily revive yourself when necessary.

Will I tell any secrets under hypnosis?
No, hypnosis is not a truth serum – you retain full control in what you say. Anything that you would not share in normal consciousness, you will not share in hypnosis.

What can I expect during a session?
Sessions are conducted in a warm and comfortable environment.  Before your hypnosis session, we will chat about your history, and what you would like to focus on. Hypnosis will then be gently induced as if it were a guided meditation and you will be encouraged to speak as you walk me through your experience. The most common question I ask during the session is “what’s happening now?” After the session we will have another conversation to unpack the experience, and then you will be on your way.

What can I do to prepare for a session?
I encourage people to listen to guided relaxations or meditations, but it is by no means necessary.

What should I bring to the session?
I suggest bringing a pen and paper for journaling once the session is complete.