Pain Control with Hypnosis
We were all born with the ability to control pain.
- Why does a mom's kiss help relieve the pain for a little one?
- Sometimes we can get a small injury, for example getting a paper-cut and we only experience the pain once we've noticed the paper-cut. Why is this?
- Why does it feel like the pain is almost disappearing right after making an appointment with the doctor?
- Why, especially when we were little, do we expect to experience more pain when blood is involved?
Hypnosis is the answer
- Since we were little we had the ability to hypnotise (program) ourselves. Our programs were influenced by our parents and other authority figures. If mom said: "Come here and I'll kiss it better." We believed it and it really worked.
- When we injure ourselves and there is really no danger, for example in the case of a paper-cut. Pain really isn't necessary since the threat is already gone. But once we see the cut we believe (thanks to our programming) that it surely must burn/hurt and then it does.
- Pain is a signal causing us to react. Once we've made the doctor's appointment the mind can reduce the pain because we've already taken the appropriate action.
- The amount of pain we experience is directly proportional to what we are programmed (hypnotised) to expect.
The good news is that you can learn to de-hypnotise yourself and install new programs.
To find out if hypnosis can help you control and relieve your pain, book a free phone consultation below, or just enter your name and email address in the sign-up form to receive more information about how you can learn to control pain.
My name is Jaco Pieterse. I'm a qualified hypnotist, with the South African Institute of Hypnotism. I specialise in Pain Control Hypnosis and I'm also Certified in Dr. Melissa Roth's Fibromyalgia Pain Management Hypnosis Course. I look forward in helping you to take control!
*Please note that just as pain is a subjective experience so is hypnosis and results may differ from person to person.