John B. Lee IV is a classically trained Hypnotherapist and Master Hypnotist. He is trained in hypnosis techniques including Hypnotherapy, Ericksonian or Conversational Hypnosis, Hypnosis Without Trance as well as Neuro-Linguistic Programming. He is a recognized member of The National Guild of Hypnotists, which is the American hypnosis authority. He is also a member of The American Alliance of Hypnotists.
Hypnosis, or the state of hypnosis is a very natural state. Although it is an altered state of consciousness, it can more easily be seen as an altered state of awareness. This is the same state of awareness one can find while engrossed in an interesting book or in the “zone” of sports competition. While in these beneficial states, one can access things in the subconscious. When reading the book, one can feel as if they are a part of the literature. This can be experienced emotionally, audibly, visually and in the tactile sense. This all leads to a more complete experience as one can better absorb what is experienced, not just read. Athletes are able to overlook the idea of their actions and move on “instinct”.
In other words, hypnosis is great for not only accelerated learning (e.g. studies or habits), but also increased accessibility to one’s subconscious mind. The subconscious holds one’s memories, emotions and accesses the autonomic nervous system.
It is the practice of J.B. Lee to help make use of all these available tools. Considering all hypnosis takes place within, the healing process is in the hands of the client. It is not the advice of the hypnotist, but the realization of new opportunities of the client that makes hypnosis so effective.
The significant problems we face cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we were at when we created them. – Albert Einstein