Hypnosis is a naturally occurring state of mind which can be defined as a heightened state of concentration or trance, with the willingness to follow suggestions.

Hypnosis has helped many people reduce stress, quit smoking, manage pain, perform better, and accomplish a myriad of other mental and physical tasks. 

Many people use hypnotherapists to achieve the deep state of relaxation and suggestibility required to make easier and more lasting changes, but once understood, you can use self-hypnosis to create powerful and positive changes yourself.

Drawing on the same "relaxation response" that drives meditation, self-hypnosis helps you relax your body, lets stress hormones subside, and moves your mind away from unpleasant thoughts. The relaxation achieved with self-hypnosis can be very deep and powerful.