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Meditation and hypnosis are not the same thing, although there is overlap and they are related. The similarities include: a focused state of awareness and feelings of relaxation in the mind and body.

The primary difference is that hypnosis includes a hypnotic suggestion. The hypnotic suggestion is something specific that you want in your life. A desire or goal you hope to achieve. For example, a hypnotic suggestion for this course would be "at the end of the day, you easily relax and unwind just by listening to this recording." The hypnotic suggestion is an intention that is expressed in a variety of ways during the hypnosis session including verbally, through imagery, and other sensory experiences.

Meditation, in comparison, does not include a hypnotic suggestion. The intent is primarily to clear the mind or focus the mind.

Both are highly valuable and restorative states of mind.

Hypnosis fits into the process by enabling you to harness the power of your mind.

Hypnosis is a normal and natural state of mind. We go into states of hypnosis every day. It's a state of focused awareness where you are highly receptive to positive suggestions. It's safe and natural. Anytime you're doing something and time is just passing by -- such as listening to music or watching a good movie -- is likely a state of hypnosis. Other terms that are related to hypnosis include an athlete being "in the zone," or a state of "flow." It's a state of mind that enables you to tap into a deeper part of you so you can more easily make changes you want to make in your life.

A hypnotherapy session can take place in person or via zoom, both contexts being equally therapeutic.


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