First, let us discuss the differences between hypnosis and hypnotherapy.
Hypnosis is a treatment intervention comprised of inducing the client into a
relaxed, suggestible state and then offering post-hypnotic suggestions for relief
from symptoms. Hypnotherapy is the process of psychotherapy with a client who
is in the hypnotic altered state of consciousness.
Altered State and Regression Therapy
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Heart‑Centered healing modalities utilize:
(1) altered‑states of consciousness to access unconscious material,
(2) a deeply experiential approach,
(3) an acknowledgment of the vital role of the client's own spiritual connection, and
(4) an unfailing link with the unconditional love accessed through his/her heart center.
As a member of The Heart‑Centered Therapies Association, a worldwide organization of practitioners of Heart‑Centered Therapies, I am committed to promote the ethical use of these powerful therapeutic modalities for healing and transpersonal growth. Linda S. Hines