A Powerful Hypnotherapeutic Technology that Improves Mental Health & Restores Self Confidence
Hypnotherapy continues to deliver many people from phobias, post-traumatic stress disorder, hang-ups, and low self-esteem.
However, too many folks continue to suffer from these mental health issues because they never give hypnotherapy a chance.
The answer lies in a few myths floating around hypnotherapy, keeping people too cautious about trying it out. These myths mainly involve a patient’s inability to wake back up or have “the wrong program” placed into their mind.
These concerns are unnecessary. Finding a trusted, experienced hypnotherapist is the key to getting the results you need – one with many testimonials to back up their work. Our guest today, Jacob Strachotta, has the resume and results. He is one of the best hypnotherapists in the world.
If you wrestle with stress or grapple with getting a good night’s sleep, be sure to tune in to this episode.
Jacob has worked as a hypnotherapist for over 25 years. His work in the mind field started back in his days serving in the Danish Air Force as a Captain. During those years, Jacob worked with technical management, quality control, and organizational management. As part of his training, he learned how to deploy personnel on a psychological level.
Jacob’s career went to a whole new level in 2016. Fueled by a desire to reach more people, Jacob, and his team launched the App HelloMind. This award-winning app is helping people break and eliminate negative thought patterns. HelloMind already has over 1.5 million downloads and was nominated as Best Mental Company and Best Consumer & Wellness Company by UCSF Digital Health Awards in 2019.
Curious to learn more about hypnotherapy? You found a fantastic interview to dive into!
Check out this podcast, where we cover:
- Highlights from Jacob’s 25-year career as a hypnotherapist
- How hypnotherapy took Wade’s bodybuilding career to a higher level
- Busting some harmful myths about hypnotherapy
- How hypnotherapy works
- Jacob’s new hypnotherapy app that’s the talk of the tech world
- How hypnotherapy can help military veterans with PTSD
- How much hypnotherapy is needed for it to work
- Where you can find Jacob’s revolutionary hypnotherapeutic app
You already went in and out of hypnotic states many times.
In the interview, Wade talks about his experiences using hypnotherapy and the powerful results he found. He asks Jacob: “Correct me if I’m wrong, but aren’t people going in and out of hypnotic states all the time and don’t even realize it?”
“Yes, we are,” replies Jacob. “It’s like passive hypnosis that you go in and out of daily. For example, if you sit in your car and drive from one place to another, and you might forget to turn. You were in control, but your mind was somewhere else.”
Wade: “You realize – I’ve been playing with the radio and drove three miles but don’t remember anything on the road.”
Jacob: “Exactly. If you have been in school, and your mind wanders, and the teacher says to you, ‘read page 17 out loud,” and you are still on page 12. There is a time slip. You know where you are (a classroom), but you have been inside yourself.”
“When you go inside yourself and find tranquility, you can change your long-term memory. We have short-term memory and long-term memory. We want the good stuff to go down into our long-term memory.”
“I talk about deep learning and hypnosis is good at not only discovering what’s in the long-term memory but also learning what’s in the long-term memory that you don’t want there.”
“If you have negative beliefs of yourself, your values, or something else you are convinced about – but that belief is not fruitful for you – you can go into this mellow state and change it. You can change beliefs that were formed a long time ago in your life.”
Hypnotherapy vs. Regular Talk Therapy
During the interview, Jacob has this to say: “Hypnotherapy is powerful because you don’t need a lot of sessions. It’s not like a standard talk therapy where you take a lot of time to get to the root cause of the problem. It can also be confusing for the person sitting in the session to know what they need to solve. Sometimes clients don’t know what the problem is.”
“When I was in the military, I did some research on the people that get sent out into war zones. Soldiers carry stuff with them from back home, including traumatic childhood stuff. What happens is if they get ambushed or in some other scary situation that can trigger a link back to an episode in their childhood. The logical thing would be not just to treat the actual episode, where you talk about what happened. We will debrief you. You also need to go back and link that other episode (from childhood), and that will help.”
“We have done sessions in the HelloMind app for this.”
With this new technology that anyone can download with a smartphone, fears and insecurities get addressed from the comfort of home. You deserve better mental health. Now is a great time to see if hypnotherapy is the right therapy for you. Why not skip weeks of traditional treatment and find peace and happiness sooner with HelloMind?
At the count of three, you will tune into this episode: 1, 2, 3. (A little hypnotherapy humor there.)
Check out this episode – hypnotherapy might leapfrog you to a happier existence.
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