Hypnosis can penetrate the subconscious mind, eliminate unresolved traumatic events, and enable a chronic patient's recovery.
Patients with chronic diseases whose disease onset at a young age (30-35) years and under should consider hypnotherapy. (Authorized only)
The use of hypnosis may be perceived by many as unrelated to their illness, but the release of unresolved mental traumas has far-reaching effects on the body. Hypnosis can penetrate the conscious mind, eliminate unresolved traumatic events, and improve patient recovery chances. It is especially recommended for chronic patients whose disease onset at a young age (30-35) and below.
Not every traumatic event is stored in the subconscious - but only those that are also traumatic (at the time) and not appropriately resolved.
Through hypnosis, it may be possible to reconstruct traumatic non-resolved events and release the stress that blocks the Qi life-force energy and thus causes sickness.
Hypnosis may be an essential therapeutic tool but not an exclusive treatment.
Hypnotherapy requires patient collaboration. I needed many hypnosis-like sessions. In my opinion, most patients will need several treatments to achieve the desired results.
Hypnosis has a mysterious and sometimes even dubious image due to the misuse of live performances, but it is a medical procedure of vital importance.