Category Archives: Hypnotherapy

Hypnosis or de-hypnosis?

All healing is essentially the release from fear.

Hypnosis can be a powerful tool for good — or for ill. Hypnotic suggestions program your mind, which is essentially the hard drive of your body computer. We have all been programmed to believe what we believe, to see ourselves and the world as we do.

Some love the color red; others hate it. Some love dogs; others fear them. When we came from the womb, we were simply open and receptive; life’s adventures and misadventures have hypnotized and imprinted us all with a wide, wild array of preferences and repulsions.

Fear is an especially effective means of hypnosis. A trained hypnotist might suddenly push you off balance or clap loudly next to your head… for he has learned that fear puts the subject into a trance of shock. Once in trance, suggestions can be made that will go deep into the mind.

Someone may be an excellent hypnotist and have the best of intentions, yet not know what you personally need. Only you know. Only that part of you that is below the conscious mind knows what you have been through and what you need to heal your unique set of past fears and traumas.

This is why I recommend de-hypnosis. We need to be de-hypnotized, freed from all the trauma, pain and suffering we have known — from our origin, our creation, until the present. We need to file the past in the draw labeled “Past” and realize that the past is gone, along with all its fears and tears. Once we let go of the past, we are restored to our original state: peace of mind, joy and unconditional love.

When you are very relaxed, your own inner wisdom can show or tell you what you need to know to heal your life. It works every time. It is very efficient. It never harms. Find someone you can trust to help you find your way back to your peace of mind. It’s all about undoing the past, relaxing, releasing fear, letting go, choosing peace. You deserve it.


“All healing is essentially the release from fear.” — A Course In Miracles

My expertise is in the un-doing of trauma, the release from fear, de-hypnosis. The mundane mind is inclined to think of us as limited, finite creatures made of vulnerable bodies, personalities and histories. Our divine nature is usually not reinforced by our families, schools, or even spiritual communities.

When we are faced with fearful situations, we store that fear until we release it. Animals give themselves time to rest and recoup after frightening experiences — humans just keep going and doing and rarely truly let go of trauma. When accumulated, trauma turns into grievous ailments and unfortunate recurring thoughts, dreams, attitudes and behavior patterns.

If the idea of having expert help releasing fear, stress, tension, trauma appeals to you, please contact me.

I am a clinical hypnotherapist (CHT) and crisis counselor, specializing in transpersonal hypnotherapy and the healing of trauma.