Medical Hypnosis

Medical Hypnosis

About medical hypnosis

      What is medical hypnosis?

      Medical hypnosis is a relaxed trance state in which the critical daytime consciousness is bypassed. The relaxation is only a side effect. The point is that in the state of medical hypnosis we can communicate with the unconscious. In analytical hypnosis, we can ask if an illness or symptom is not getting better because the unconscious has a reason for it. An important task of our unconscious is to protect us and ensure our survival. It may mean that it sees pregnancy as risky or an overload. Then it will not promote fertility. Often negative beliefs and convictions, some of which date back to childhood, stand in the way. Then the subconscious mind puts obstacles in our way because it sees no other solution at the moment. The good thing is that if we understand the reasons and motives behind this, we can work with them. In addition to root cause research, we can also work through symbols, metaphors and through the collective subconscious.

      Most physical processes are not under our control with our everyday consciousness. We can command our muscles to grab the dumbbell at the gym or get on the bike and pedal. But we can’t tell our ovulation to occur exactly on the 14th day of the cycle. We can’t regulate our cycle through positive thinking. The autonomic processes in our body such as the dance of hormones, pregnancy, childbirth and much more are controlled by our subconscious mind. It is like an iceberg: the part that sticks out of the water is usually the smallest. Our subconscious mind influences more than 85% of our bodily functions. With the help of hypnosis we have the possibility to influence these processes in a targeted and positive way.

      The differences between hypnotherapy and hypnosis

      There are many different ways to deal with patients when they are in the relaxed, peaceful state of medical hypnosis. First, we need to distinguish:

      Hypnotherapy, often called hypnotherapy, uses hypnosis as a vehicle to work through traumatic childhood experiences, for example, and place them in a different context. The therapeutic focus here is on finding and working through the root causes of problems. Hypnotherapy may only be performed by physicians, psychological psychotherapists and non-medical practitioners. Hypnotherapy can have a very profound effect, but requires a high degree of willingness and openness on the part of the patient. I work hypnotherapeutically with Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTTĀ®) according to Marissa Peer . RTTĀ® is very well suited for getting to the bottom of physical problems such as unfulfilled desire to have children in just one to three sessions when mental blocks are present.
      Hypnosis, in which our subconscious mind is stimulated to think in new ways in an open, calm state. Thinking that promotes health, well-being and fertility. As an IACT hypnosis master trainer, I have a very broad range of options for targeted help. In cases of unfulfilled desire to have children, I use the 3Keys method according to Lynsi Eastburn. 3Keys HypnoFertility is a special method developed over 25 years to promote fertility in men and women. It does this by improving mental health on the way to having a child.

      Our subconscious mind responds to words we hear, images we imagine, and the emotions they evoke. We can build new, health-promoting patterns and images through hypnosis.

      There are many different hypnosis techniques and procedures in medical hypnosis that are customized to the individual patient. Some of the methods can also be used in groups or as audio files.

      Dr Dorothe Struck Gynaecologist and Hypnofertilitist

      written by Dr Dorothee Struck