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Frequently Asked Questions


Can anyone be hypnotised?
Who can perform hypnosis / hypnotherapy?
How to choose a good hypnotherapist?
How safe is hypnosis?
What does hypnosis feel like?
Will I lose control when being hypnotised?
Will I be mind controlled or be made to do something against my will?
How many sessions will it take?
Is there any evidence showing the effectiveness of hypnotherapy?
Other questions..


Can anyone be hypnotised?

Anyone can be hypnotised. Hypnosis is a very natural state of mind that actually everyone has experienced, at least two times a day when we are falling asleep and waking up from sleep. Everyone who is willing to and able to follow instruction can be hypnotised.

However, hypnosis might not be appropriate for a person who has psychotic symptoms such as hallucinations and delusions, or a person who is on medications for psychological stability or using drugs.


Who can perform hypnosis / hypnotherapy?

Hypnosis / hypnotherapy should be performed only by a certified mental health professional who is specially trained in this technique.


How to choose a good hypnotherapist?

It is highly recommended that you choose a hypnotherapist who is certified and is registered with a recognised Professional Body. You may ask for their references and the code of ethics they adhere to. Talk to them over the phone or have an initial consultation with them and find how you feel. All in all, choose the therapist you feel you can trust and comfortable to work with.


How safe is hypnosis?

Hypnosis is totally safe. There has never been any documented case of harm resulting from hypnosis. You are always in control, always be able to come back to your full awareness at anytime if you want to. Hypnosis works with your subconscious mind and the crucial matter of your subconscious mind is to protect you, and it is always on its duty.


What does hypnosis feel like?

You will be physically, mentally and emotionally relaxed. Just like when you are drifting into a good sleep. Some people say it feels like daydreaming. It is a very natural healing state for your body and mind.


Will I lose control when being hypnotised?

No, you will not. This is a common misconception of hypnosis. You will be aware of everything that happens at all time. If you any time you are in trance and you would like to be fully awake, you can just open your eyes.


Will I be mind controlled or be made to do something against my will?

No, you will not. Hypnosis cannot make you do something against your will or morals. No hypnotist can make you do something you don’t want to. It is not mind control or brain washing. It is essential that you want to change and you voluntarily follow the suggestions, then hypnosis will help you to make that change better, faster and permanent.


How many sessions will it take?

Every person and every condition is different. Please discuss this with you hypnotherapist during your first consultation. The number of session can be varied and can be adjusted according to your needs and your progress.


Is there any evidence showing the effectiveness of hypnotherapy?

Yes. Hypnotherapy is an evidence-based practice. Please click here to find out more about hypnotherapy research.


Having other questions?
Please feel free to contact and have a talk. Your questions are very much welcomed.

Hypnotherapy for Pain Relief

Pain Management


Pain is an unpleasant sensation that can range from mild, discomfort, sharp, severe, to agony. Pain is a very individual experience, and the feelings of pain are vary from person to person. It has both physical and psychological components. The physical part of pain results from nerve stimulation that carry the pain impulses to the brain, where its conscious appreciation may be modified by many factors such as fear and avoidance.



Here are some types of pain and conditions that may cause you pain:


  • Chronic pain
  • Acute pain
  • Headaches and migraines
  • Abdominal pain
  • Stomach ache, stomach cramps
  • Back, neck and shoulder pain
  • Whiplash
  • Joint pain
  • Muscle pain
  • Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
  • Arthritis
  • Sciatica
  • Gout
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Diabetes-Related Nerve Pain
  • Cancer pain
  • Pain after operation


Hypnotherapy for Pain Relief


Whether your pain has just come on or you’ve lived with it for years, it may interfere your daily routine and cause you emotional exhaustion. Research shows that pain can be alleviated when we are in relaxation, absorbing or distracting by some activities.

HypnoHarmony’s Pain Management is not to cure the physical causes your pain, but it can help you to dissolve psychological and emotional effects, enable you to relax, shift your awareness and distract yourself from the pain. This is to support you to recover better, or change the way you experience your conditions. You will be able to perform your daily routine appropriately, free from suffering, and have the better wellbeing…for the harmony of your life.

*It is recommended that you are under the consultation of your GP.

Hypnotherapy for Stress


Stress is the body’s reaction to threats; no matter they are real or perceived. It is a chemical reaction that allows us to act in a way to prevent injury, known as the stress response or “fight-or-flight”. It is the way we protect ourselves. stress2

Stress could be your friend, if you can handle it properly and keep it at the appropriate level. It is a natural part of your life that keeps up your motivation and drive, as well as prepares your body to be ‘ready for action’ in a particular situation. Our bodies are able to handle small doses of stress, but are not equipped to handle long-term stress without ill consequences. Therefore, when it is excessive, stress will become your enemy, brings you several suffering symptoms that decrease your performance, health and wellbeing.

Are you over stressed? Here are some signs and symptoms:


  • Frequent headaches, dizziness
  • Body tension, muscle spasms
  • Unexplained allergy attacks, rashes
  • Heartburn, stomach pain, nausea
  • Constipation, diarrhoea
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Chest pain, rapid pulse, high blood pressure
  • Mood swings, depression
  • Increased or decreased appetite
  • Excessive eating, drinking or smoking
  • Diminished sexual desire or performance
  • Constant tiredness, fatigue
  • Trouble sleeping, difficulty to relax
  • Difficulty concentrating, trouble learning new things
  • Reduced work efficiency or productivity
  • Irritation or agitation at small things
  • Aggressive behaviour


Hypnotherapy for stress management

HypnoHarmony’s Hypnotherapy for stress will enable your subconscious mind to handle stress effectively. As you have learned to manage stress, you will tackle the unwanted symptoms, keep stress at a comfortable level and use it in a productive way. HypnoHarmony’s Hypnotherapy for stress will bring you new perspectives to manage your life.