Demystifying Hypnosis

QHHT is a method of hypnosis used to find answers to lifelong questions, understand why certain situations are being experienced, and to alleviate physical, karmic, and other problems that are interfering with the growth of the individual. The obstacle that holds many people back from exploring QHHT as an option is the word “hypnosis”.


There is so much fear and misinformation surrounding hypnosis and a lot of that is due to the way stage hypnotists and pop culture have shaped the way we think about it. Hypnosis has been presented in such a way as to create the appearance that being in a hypnotic state means that we will be brainwashed and lose control of ourselves. That couldn’t be further from the truth.


Gifted stage hypnotists use several techniques to give the illusion that the participants are under their powerful spell. The effect is part hypnosis, part showmanship, and part human psychology resulting in an entertaining show. The participants want to be a part of the performance and a professional hypnotist can make it look like brainwashing, but it’s not.


Another common misconception is that we will be unconscious and not in control when we are hypnotized, but that simply is not true. Going into a trance is a little bit like daydreaming as we remain aware of everything going on around us. During QHHT we enter a profound state of relaxation, but we are also able to communicate throughout the session.


Hypnosis is used to tap into a hyper-intuitive space often referred to as the Superconscious. This allows us to consciously access information on a subconscious level. In day-to-day life, the subconscious and conscious parts of the mind work independently of each other. While in hypnosis, the subconscious and conscious parts of the mind work on the same concept at the same time without conflict.


Brainwaves are measured in cycles per second (hertz) and change according to what we are doing or how we are feeling. The lower the hertz the slower the brain activity or frequency of the activity.

When we are awake, talking, thinking, or analyzing, we are in beta. As soon as we unwind and allow the mind to rest, we dip into alpha. This happens when we do repetitive tasks that don’t require much thinking. Consider when you are driving, reading, watching TV, being creative, or practicing yoga. You are consciously aware of what you are doing, but your brainwaves have slowed down to match the frequency of the activity. Spending large parts of the day in this altered state is completely natural and also beneficial as it helps us manage our emotions and reduces overthinking and overanalyzing. When we are relaxed even more, such as during meditation or while dreaming, we drop into theta, which is the trance state we attain during QHHT sessions. If you are wondering if you are able to reach this level of trance, know that everyone experiences the theta state at least twice daily; just before falling into the deepest sleep state of delta and just before becoming consciously awake again.


All hypnosis is self-hypnosis. The difference when working with a hypnotist is that you are allowing them to guide you into a trance. You must trust not only the hypnotist, but also yourself, to be able to relax and focus enough to enter a deep trance. This is not a coercive process and therefore cannot be forced upon anyone. The use of specific communication skills is the basis of the therapy. The hypnotist does not have a magic formula to take control of you. Allowing the hypnotist to guide you through the experience, means that you always remain in control.


Experiencing a QHHT session can be very powerful as it is akin to going on a journey of discovery, change, and transformation. Connecting with and receiving guidance from your Higher Self, your true self, can transform a problem into an opportunity to learn and evolve as a human being as we shift into a higher dimensional reality.


Just don’t let fear and misinformation get in your way.

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