Heartbreak can be devastating. It can also seem like an impossible obstacle with no solution in sight. And yet, science has proven that hypnosis can help with healing from heartbreak and integrate it into your life as a positive experience.
Hypnosis has become a standard treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). This is a condition that can take hold after experiencing or witnessing a traumatic situation involving serious injury or death. Developing PTSD isn’t something that happens overnight, but rather it is the product of negative thoughts that repeat over time; similar reactions are seen with heartbreak.
Post-traumatic stress disorder is the result of a series of negative thoughts that replay over and over, exacting a toll on an individual’s physical and mental health.
How Does Heartbreak Develop?
Heartbreak comes when someone we care about (even if only briefly or informally) rejects us. This hurt feels as if it goes beyond the everyday disappointments we experience in life. We are constantly working toward our best selves, yet heartbreak can leave us feeling inadequate and unable to live up to that standard.
After heartbreak, we are left questioning our values and self-worth. This is where hypnosis can help with heartbreak recovery.
Why Hypnosis for Heartbreak Recovery?
Like any part of our bodies, the brain can become damaged in the event of trauma and negative experiences. The brain and central nervous system are also known as the microcosm since they are so small in comparison to the rest of the body’s organs. The brain and central nervous system are responsible for regulating how we think, feel, and act.
The brain has the ability to recover and heal from negative experiences that can cause damage to its structure over time. This healing happens over several stages (although it’s sometimes difficult to know when they have been reached). When we feel the pain of heartbreak (physical or emotional), a series of negative thoughts begin repeating again in our minds.
We often don’t realize the negative thoughts that are affecting us every day. We may not even be aware that we are thinking in these kinds of ways about ourselves. Recognizing what we are saying to ourselves is one of the first steps to healing from heartbreak. Through hypnosis, you can recognize what you say to yourself and change your negative thoughts into positive ones that will help heal your heartbreak.
How long does hypnosis for heartbreak take?
At least three sessions on a weekly basis for three to four weeks. Results are better when addressing more challenging trauma and heartbreak.
Hypnosis for heartbreak can help you change your thoughts and feelings toward the ones that are hurting you, helping you to overcome emotional distress and improve your physical health.
Through hypnosis, you can begin to heal from heartbreak by changing those negative thoughts into positive ones. Don’t let another broken heart hold you back from loving again. Call us today for an appointment and begin the process of hypnosis for heartbreak recovery.
Who can benefit from hypnosis for heartbreak recovery?
- Those who are suffering from heartbreak
- Those who have experienced heartbreak and then began to suffer from PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) as a result of it. There is no “typical” person that qualifies for using hypnosis for PTSD. Our trauma specialists can recommend a formula based on your unique situation.
- Those who are seeking to improve their overall health condition after experiencing an illness, accident, or surgery.
Can hypnosis be used to you get in the mindset for love again?
Yes, it can help you through the process of healing from heartbreak to get to a place where you are able to completely love again.
Hypnosis is used to change old beliefs and establish new ones, helping you to improve how you think about yourself and others. We will discuss what happened to cause your breakup or other negative experience, then use hypnosis together in order to help you gain a new perspective on things, allowing you to fully love again.
It can help you get the motivation to achieve a new relationship, or it can help you look at the experience as a positive thing, helping you learn from the past and move forward. Either way, hypnosis for heartbreak recovery can help you get to a place where you are ready to love again.
Who should not use hypnosis for heartbreak recovery?
Because hypnosis is such an effective tool in healing from negative experiences and emotions, professional hypnotists are typically the best choice for addressing serious issues like this. There are many different methods that can be used, but hypnosis is typically the most effective.
How long can I expect to feel effects from hypnosis for heartbreak recovery?
It’s different for everyone; however, you should see an improvement in your physical and emotional health within the first two sessions of hypnosis for heartbreak recovery. Your body and mind will start working to heal and clear all the negative thoughts that once held you back.
What kind of hypnosis will you use for me to recover from heartbreak?
We will use our hypnosis techniques, the same ones we use to help people overcome pain, fear, anxiety, addictions, depression, PTSD, phobias etc. You can expect a series of trance sessions over a period of time. Hypnosis sessions usually last between 45 minutes to 1 hour.
Sometimes you will be hypnotized before, during, or after your sessions. We will discuss what type of hypnosis is best for you. If you want to try it out first, some practitioners offer free hypnosis practice for you to do at home in the comfort of your own home.
If you are suffering from broken heart syndrome or other symptoms of heartbreak, using hypnosis is a non-invasive and gentle treatment for recovery.
It can help you release old feelings and emotions that are still affecting you. It also helps you to form new beliefs about yourself and others that can replace the negative thoughts and feelings with positive ones. Hypnosis for heartbreak recovery can help you get through the process of healing from this type of trauma so that your mind, body, and spirit can begin to fully heal.