- Do you have trouble sleeping at night?
- Do you find yourself avoiding conflict, or feeling unsure of how to express yourself?
- Are you feeling uninspired or dissatisfied with your work place, or your work outcomes?
- Is your child needing skills for starting the school year with greater confidence?
- Do you want to make presentations, and speeches at work that knock the ball out of the park?
- Are you curious as to what self-hypnosis is, and how it is used to enhance healing and health?
- Would you like to learn to master hypnosis for use in any area of your life?
In 1991, Jeffry was taught to instruct others in using self-hypnosis by professionals at the Minnesota Society of Clinical Hypnosis. He has facilitated trainings on imagery and self-hypnosis at William Mitchell College of Law, The University of Minnesota, Ameriprise Financial, Control Data headquarters, Lakeview Hospital, etc.
Are you curious about what self-hypnosis is and how it can help you to enhance healing and health? Would you like to learn how it can be used in almost any area of your life including school, work, leisure, sports and relationships?
During this three to four-part course on self-hypnosis, participants learn how to utilize self-hypnosis using easy to learn techniques and exercises. This highly interactive, skill-based class teaches participants to use effective tools of Self-Hypnosis applied to situations related to relationships, health, or workplace efforts and outcomes. Through this workshop, you are guaranteed to learn valuable life-long skills to enhance your life any time any place, ready to be used immediately.
This course is designed for people who are 18 years and older. No prior experience with hypnosis is needed!
What is Self-Hyponosis?
We can say that hypnosis is the art of securing and focusing one’s attention while using suggestions for enhancing motivations, sensations and perceptions. Therefore, self-hypnosis is doing so for, to, and with oneself. It is said that all hypnosis is self-hypnosis, meaning that we go into the state of hypnosis by our own volition and abilities. If we don’t want to go there, we don’t, and we can’t be forced there. Self-hypnosis relies on a self-generated state of consciousness. We enter this state by quieting the mind, then gradually moving toward sleep – although we are still alert enough to avoid sleep itself. This state allows the mind to be like a magnifying glass which focuses the conscious and unconscious minds, as well as the body into exquisitely collaborating together – in relation to the issues for which we apply the hypnosis.
How is Self-Hyponosis Used?
Beginning with its use in the healing technologies of ancient Egypt, the practice of hypnosis has traveled the world. Today, hypnosis and self-hypnosis are used by heath service professionals for treatment and pain free medicall/dental procedures like birthing and surgeries. Moreover, appropriately trained professionals teach various forms of hypnosis to psychotherapy clients; school and college students; corporate staff and executives; performers; amateur, professional and Olympic athletes alike.
Published research findings support the idea that once you master the basics of self-hypnosis, you can apply it in many ways, i.e., increasing white blood cell count; improving reading speed and comprehension; improving test-taking outcomes; enhancing a golf swing; relating more effectively with others who seem out of control; time-regression. To some degree, all people have the ability to enter a trance state and thus use self-hypnosis. Just imagine what it will be like for you to experience how self-hypnosis can help you in your life.