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DrurmishDr. Urmish Mehta

Stress hypnotherapy

From morning till evening, day in day out, we engage ourselves in numerous activities. We eat, sleep, work and play to live a happy life or to kill ourselves of stress. What is this stress? Why is it so evil? Does stress have any existence or is it something that we create in our minds?

Stress is one of the most deadly threats known to mankind. It creates toxic chemical reactions in the body that trigger physical, mental and emotional imbalances. Stress gives rise to numerous physical and psychological illnesses that cause irreparable damage to the body and mind.

When we build up or accumulate stress, it blocks our creativity, enthusiasm, happiness and focus – the vital forces required to harness human potential and live a life of holistic abundance. We all have personally experienced the ill-effects of stress on our productivity and on our overall well-being. But how many of us have willingly taken efforts to find a way out?

Unfortunately, our education system or our society does not equip us with necessary tools or skills required to combat stress. They do not prepare us to face the challenges of this fast paced world. In the recent times, Science of Hypnosis has gained popularity by coming to the rescue of people who struggle with the side-effects of monstrous stress like headache, anxiety, insomnia, social withdrawal, chest pain, gastrointestinal problems, etc.

In hypnosis, the power of the human mind is used to release stress and provide deep relaxation. Millions of people across the globe have benefited from this scientific technique that can instantly release the burden from our shoulders and take us to the most profound state of relaxation, making us live happy, peaceful and progressive life.

A Chinese proverb rightly says, “Tension is what we think we should be, relaxation is what we truly are.” To be peaceful is our very nature. We have the capability to be in a relaxed state of mind under any circumstance. But when we do not know to manage or handle stress, we easily lose clarity, focus, and peace of mind.

The good news is that we can learn to loosen up, we can learn to let go. All it takes is a few sessions under the guidance of the professional hypnotist where we can learn to deeply relax and free ourselves from stress. With self-hypnosis, we can release stress anytime during the day, and anywhere.  

The therapy is purely meant to empower us to take control, so that we stop feeling like a victim of the circumstances around us and we “choose” to take authority to get back to our most natural state of relaxation. 


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