Hypnosis for Anxiety – Jack Mason's Therapy

**Disclaimer: We cannot guarantee specific results. Results can vary from person to person.

**Disclaimer: We cannot guarantee specific results. Results can vary from person to person.

**”Roland helped me to attain balance!
When I first came to Roland I was extremely stressed. He gently guided me through some difficult times and helped me to attain physical, mental and spiritual balance in my life. Thanks to Roland I now have a greater awareness and acceptance for everyone and everything. I am extremely grateful for his help and, therefore, recommend him highly!”


Jack Mason’s Therapy – How Does it Work?

Hypnosis is a fascinating topic, and I use this blog to educate other people about it. Whenever I meet a new client, their most common misunderstanding is hypnosis.

It’s important to understand that hypnosis is not about making people do things they don’t want to do. It’s just the opposite. Hypnosis is a way of putting people more in control.

I like to relate to a previous client who came to me wanting to quit smoking. I asked what else was going on in her life, and she told me that her son had gotten married.

However, for some reason, his new wife didn’t want him to have any communication with his mother. She hadn’t seen her son or her grandchild in two years.

When she was in a hypnotic trance, I told her that there was a screen in front of her and that her son was behind it. He could see and hear her, but he couldn’t touch or speak to her. 

I instructed the woman to tell her son everything she needed to say. The conversation went back and forth between the woman and her son until they had both said what they needed to say and cleared the air between them.

The son said he was trying to keep peace with his wife without ruffling any feathers. In hypnotic trance thought travel, the client can transcend distance and speak to those who have passed on.

A Powerful Technique

This technique is very powerful and enables the therapist to go back to the root of the client’s problem and remove the stress. Many thanks to Jack Mason for teaching me this technique.

I never cease to be amazed at the power of the subconscious mind when accessed in a hypnotic trance. Just recently, I also helped a gentleman quit gambling. He sent his son to see me. Max was angry, stressed, and losing his temper.

He was about to lose his relationship and stop his apprenticeship as a plumber. He was a total mess. I used the Jack Mason technique. In a hypnotic trance, he talked to his perpetrator. After the first session, He left my therapy room a different person.

His life had changed dramatically, and it all happened because he accessed the power of his subconscious mind through hypnosis. It is just one example of the many ways in which hypnosis can be used to transform lives. It is an incredibly powerful tool that should not be underestimated.

I’m glad that Max recorded a video thanking me for helping him. I would like to reiterate that the client is always in control while in a hypnotic trance.

They are accessing vast energy resources that can help them heal their negative emotions by going back to the root cause of their problem. It is a logical and progressive process that leads to lasting results. If I didn’t go back to the cause of the client’s problem, they wouldn’t be able to resolve it effectively.

Do you suffer form Stress, Anxiety or Depression?

Hypnosis for Anxiety

Hypnosis for anxiety offers a natural way to successfully beat this mental health disorder that affects over 40 million Americans and approximately 3.2 million Australians. Yes, for those who didn’t know, chronic anxiety is a mental disorder that increases the risk for other mental disorders and physical conditions. The good news is that this is a highly treatable disorder, with hypnotherapy being among the most effective treatment options available today.

When does anxiety become a disorder?

It is normal to experience feelings of anxiety, nervousness, or worry from time to time. What is not normal is when these feelings become so intense and persistent that they interfere with your everyday life, which lowers the quality of your life. In other words, anxiety becomes a mental disorder when the “usual” feelings of fear, worry, and nervousness refuse to go away. They not only become a permanent part of your waking life (and many times, your dream life), but they gradually get worse.

How anxiety affects your overall health.

  1. Weight gain — anxiety triggers the excess production of the stress hormone cortisol, which slows down metabolism, resulting in unwanted weight gain.
  2. Heart problems — anxiety causes the heart to race abnormally, which can cause palpitations, chest pains, and high blood pressure, among other complications.
  3. Excretory and digestive complications — some of the difficulties from chronic anxiety include nausea, stomachache, diarrhea, vomiting, etc.
  4. Respiratory complications — anxiety can cause rapid and shallow breathing and worsening respiratory conditions like asthma and COPD.
  5. Mental and emotional problems – chronic anxiety can worsen or even be the root cause of mental and emotional issues, like depression, schizophrenia, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, and others

Hypnosis For Anxiety – How It Works!

Hypnosis for anxiety helps the disorder in many ways or techniques, which can either be used separately or combined for best results. Some of these techniques include

Relaxation- A hypnotherapist uses various processes, including soothing suggestions, mindfulness, and focused awareness on helping your physical body in releasing any stress and tension. Once you’re able to reach that point (physical relaxation), mental relaxation comes easily, and you’re able to release your anxiety temporarily. However, this usually isn’t enough to cure or ease chronic anxiety, but it gives the real therapeutic work to start.

Analysis- One of the approaches your hypnotherapist may explore and help you analyze any possible conscious or unconscious factors behind your anxiety disorder. Some of these factors may include.

  • Childhood trauma
  • A known serious illness
  • Financial stress
  • Fear of the future
  • An underlying mental condition (other than your anxiety)
  • Alcohol/drug abuse
  • Your personality

Right-sizing and reframing- Upon identifying the conscious or subconscious causes or triggers of your anxiety, your hypnotherapist may use the right-sizing approach to help you right-sizing any exacerbated or exaggerated thoughts.

Another technique that your hypnotherapist may apply to help heal your disorder is to help you reframe your thoughts and beliefs. Some of the methods include guided imagery, hypnotic suggestions, and other processes. These techniques help create new mental habits or “anchors” that make it easier for you to face your triggers and underlying causes differently and more positively.


Disclaimer: We cannot guarantee specific results. Results can vary from person to person.

**”I was seeing another hypnotherapist prior to starting with Roland, but I have found that Roland is much  better at relaxing me and he has really assisted me in gaining control of my life and dealing with the stress.”

**Disclaimer: We cannot guarantee specific results. Results can vary from person to person.

**Disclaimer: We cannot guarantee specific results. Results can vary from person to person.

**Disclaimer: We cannot guarantee specific results. Results can vary from person to person.

**Disclaimer: We cannot guarantee specific results. Results can vary from person to person.

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