My Guided Mind

Hypnotherapy and Reflexology 



Cecilia Ann
I created My Guided Mind with the passion
to help my clients enhance their lives through the use of Hypnotherapy and Reflexology.

Guided Imagery and Reflexology

Guided Imagery and Reflexology

Guided Imagery, also known as Hypnotherapy, is a dynamic tool that offers opportunity to create a healthy balance of mind, body and spirit. Each one of us think and feel. The objective is to help create a sense of peace and harmony, thus providing a more positive manner to face new challenges.

Hypnosis is a naturally occurring process that people experience several times a day. Have you ever dazed out in front of the television or while being stuck in traffic?

Suggestions during the guided imagery session are predetermined by you with your hypnotherapist, and will be delivered to your subconscious mind while you experience hypnosis. In hypnosis you are in full control of what you will receive you’re your suggestion and what you will not. Hypnosis cannot make you do anything that you do not want to do.

Your experience will be determined by your willingness to be hypnotized.

Reflexology is the application of appropriate pressure to specific points and areas on the feet, hands, or ears. Reflexologists believe that these reflex points correspond to different body organs and systems, and that pressing them creates real benefits for the person’s health.

Although reflexology is not used to diagnose or cure disease, millions of people around the world use it to complement other treatments when addressing conditions like anxiety, asthma, cancer treatment, headaches, diabetes, kidney function, PMS, and sinusitis.

Hypnotherapy and Reflexology

Can anyone be Hypnotized?

The level of hypnosis a person achieves is often associated with their desire to succeed, receptivity to suggestion, and ability to respond.

How Does Hypnosis work?

During hypnosis, the physical body and conscious mind are in a relaxed state while the subconscious mind remains in a heightened state of suggestibility. Hypnosis is an education-communication process to a person’s mind that allows the conscious and subconscious minds to agree. You cannot get stuck in hypnosis.

What is Reflexology?

Reflexology (or foot reflexology) is a therapy based on the principle that there are small and specific areas of innervation in the hands and feet that correspond to specific muscle groups or organs of the body. In this system, the nerve endings in the extremities provide a “map” of the rest of the body. Examples are the base of the little toe representing the ear, or the ball of the foot representing the lung. Through the application of pressure on particular areas of the hands or feet, reflexology is said to promote benefits such as the relaxation of tension, improvement of circulation, and support of normalized function in the related area in the body.

What ways is Reflexology used?

In broad terms, reflexology is intended to reduce generalized stress and help the body achieve a state of deep relaxation and homeostasis (that is, optimal balance of the body’s biochemical and other systems). This therapy may be an especially useful complementary treatment for neuropathy of the legs, feet and toes. It can also be useful for sore hands and feet after a workout, running or taking a long walk.

What Should I Expect?

A typical reflexology session runs from thirty to sixty minutes. Shoes and socks are removed, and the client is made comfortable, usually by sitting or reclining.  Pressure is applied in thumb-and-finger “walking” patterns, resulting in gentle stretching and massaging of specific zones of the hands and feet that are thought to correspond to body organs.

Hypnotherapy and Reflexology

Hypnotherapy has been proven useful for the following:

Stress and Anxiety Performance • Enhancement Self- Esteem • Insomnia • Motivation • Concentration • General Well Being

I’ve seen stage hypnotherapy; will I cluck like a chicken?

This is not stage hypnotherapy. On stage it may appear as if there is mind control taking place but no performer is participating in anything that they do not feel comfortable with. You will not leave my care clucking like a chicken.

I’ve seen stage hypnotherapy; will I cluck like a chicken?

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