Fact: The truth is that anyone of normal intelligence who wants to be hypnotised can be hypnotised.

Strength of mind has little to do with outcomes, and anyone can resist going into hypnosis if they want to. They can simply refuse to follow the hypnotist’s instructions.

Entering a state of hypnosis has more to do with how comfortable you feel with your hypnotherapist – and the process – than your ability.

A professionally trained hypnotherapist knows how to hypnotise you – and how to gauge whether you are at the right depth of hypnosis to do the work you’ve come to do.

Going into hypnosis is completely your decision. So, if you want to go into hypnosis – and are able to concentrate and follow verbal instructions – you’ll enter hypnosis very quickly.

[Note: Sometimes nervousness or fear can interfere with entering hypnosis. Including the fear of making a mistake.

But your hypnotherapist knows this and will do everything they can to ensure that you feel completely comfortable before you start.]