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Childbirth Hypnosis

Discover How Hypnobirthing Works

Childbirth Hypnosis will support you through your pregnancy and teach you how hypnobirthing helps you reduce pain and anxiety during labour.


What Is Hypnosis?

Childbirth Hypnosis helps pregnant women feel calm, comfortable, and ready when they go into labour by using hypnosis. To learn more about the hypnobirthing technique, please see the information below.

Understanding the Subconscious Mind

The Mind’s Effect on the Body

Our minds have a powerful effect on our bodies, and with hypnosis, the mind can have an even greater impact. I remember seeing a hypnotic demonstration when the client was told during hypnosis that they were going to be burned by something hot.

The hypnotist touched the client’s skin with an ice cube, but the skin later blistered as if it had been burned. The mind really did have an extraordinarily strong effect upon that body. 

The Subconscious Mind

The subconscious mind (SCM) controls all memories, emotions, body functions, organs, and systems. Unless otherwise instructed, it operates independently of the conscious mind. The SCM has the intellectual and reasoning capacity of a 5- or 6-year-old child.

Unfortunately, it can easily misinterpret events and situations; forever creating a type of negative feedback loop that plays over and over, driving compulsive habits, emotions, and even many physical illnesses. 

Garbage In, Garbage Out

The SCM operates very much like a complex computer. What is accepted by the SCM stays in the SCM until it is replaced by another program. It’s similar to the old computer adage “Garbage in, garbage out.”

Skillfully applied hypnosis methods act like anti-virus software for the mind. By contacting the SCM and correcting the “corrupted files,” hypnosis can bring lasting positive changes.

Understanding Hypnosis

Hypnosis is a normal natural state of awareness that is the domain of the subconscious mind. It is not sleep, unconsciousness, magic, or even mind control. It is remarkably like daydreaming, meditation, or being deep in prayer.

It is often described as “meditation with words.” During hypnosis, the client is completely aware of his or her surroundings. If you ask a hypnotized person a question, they will answer either verbally or by signal.

Hypnosis is a powerful therapeutic tool for accessing the subconscious mind to achieve desired changes and personal goals. It was first recognized as a complementary healing modality by the British Medical Association in 1955 and then by the American Medical Association in 1958.

Hypnosis Is 100% Safe

All hypnosis is self-hypnosis. No one can become “stuck” during hypnosis. There is no surrender of control. No one can be made to reveal secrets or other confidential information while in the hypnotic state. No one can be hypnotized against their will or be forced to do something that goes against their morals or personal ethics. 

Hypnosis is now considered to be a state of “selective thinking” where the client chooses to experience only what is relevant to the task at hand, blocking out everything else. It may also be described as guided concentration. The guidance may be provided by a qualified hypnotist or in the case of self-hypnosis, by the individual. 

People Who Can and Cannot Be Hypnotized

I am often asked if most people can be hypnotized. The answer is yes. At least 95% of people who choose to experience hypnosis can be hypnotized.

There are of course a small number of people who cannot be hypnotized. These include:

  • People who have I.Q.'s of less than 70
  • People who have a severe mental illness
  • People who really do not want to be hypnotized. (This is almost always due to a fear of being controlled.)


Hypnosis is not appropriate for individuals who have been diagnosed with:

  • Multiple Personality Disorder (MPD or Dissociative Identity Disorder)

  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Schizophrenia
  • Epilepsy
  • Other Significant Psychiatric Illness

See How Hypnosis Helps You