I would define the use of hypnosis as a therapeutic place where the conscious and unconscious minds meet, talk and inform each other.

Hypnotherapy uses the trance state that occurs naturally every 90 minutes in our brain to assist people in modifying their thoughts, perceptions, emotions and behaviours.

If you engage in this modality, you will find that deep meditation, mindfulness and hypnosis have relaxation as a common ground stimulating slower brain wave activity.

These practices are associated with changes in the frontal attention system in the brain, which allow transformation and healing to occur.