Trust is an interesting concept, it can be defined as: Reliance on another person or entity. Trust starts to establish itself the moment you meet a person. You sum this up very quickly from how the person looks, speaks, how they stand and the tone of the voice. Trust then continues to build as you go along.

Hypnotherapy has a huge element of trust as quite often people think that they are doing something that is new or unknown. You are trusting the hypnotherapist to do the right thing by you.

Trust is also a two-way street, and not only does the client have to trust the hypnotherapist, but the hypnotherapist has to trust the client. In other words, the hypnotherapist has to trust that the client will obey all suggestions.Never disregard trust it is the most powerful feeling in the world

With hypnotherapy, the hypnotherapist works hard at establishing trust as at the heart of hypnotherapy is the statement, “accept all my suggestions 100% with no questions asked. If that’s not trusting someone, then nothing is.

On the other side, the hypnotherapist is also unconsciously and consciously seeing if he or she can trust the client. The trust here is will be, does the client want to and are they willing to listen and obey suggestions.

Without trust, hypnotherapy will not work. But then again, without trust, friendships, relationships and many other things do not work.

Hypnotherapy can be used for many things, quitting smoking, weight loss, pain management, depression, relaxation and many more. If you are interested in using hypnotherapy to help you, why not call us on 1300 64 53 54.

About Steve Gardiner

Stephen Gardiner originates from Rhodesia, (Zimbabwe) then working around the globe before finally settling in Brisbane Australia. As a scientist, Steve always had an interest in human development, especially Mind Plastisicity and how we cope with stress, anxiety and addictive behaviours. Over the past 15 years Steve has assisted many clients to transform their lives by resolving the obstacles holding them back.

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