Clinical Hypnosis

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Clinical Hypnosis

Clinical Hypnosis or Hypnotherapy is a Clinical way of healing technique that involves hypnosis to aid in the treatment of any particular symptoms or health issues. It is a modified technique of the Ancient ways of healing that comes from the Vedic Science, which was termed as ‘Sammohan Shastra’ during the ancient time. Clinical Hypnosis operates on inducing a hypnotic state followed by waking awareness. It allows the individuals to evidence the detached external attention and to concentrate on the experiences and events inside them.

Although Clinical Hypnosis consists of endless benefits and treatment against numerous symptoms, still it is considered as a part of a treatment plan and is used specifically for phobias and other anxiety disorders. It is also the most effective therapy for eradicating the physical pain that cannot be treated or cured using the medications and helps in overcoming the bad habits, and for the good ones. It is one of the preferred ways of dealing with the problems and issues related to past incidents.

In the late 1700s itself, the formal research and explorations in the therapeutic application for hypnosis began, but it did not gain the scientific credibility like in the recent time. Further, modern researchers continued working on the research portion, in order to explore the application and procedure to implement Hypnosis. During their research, they put stress on some of the important points such as the conditions like – its effectiveness, and the level of its effectiveness, compared to the other ways of treatments. 

In India, The Nidan is the best service provider of Clinical Hypnosis and works on the concepts of Vedic Science, that includes each of the treatments and ways to heal that is required during the session of clinical hypnosis, in order to make the individual relaxed and calm during and after the session. 


During the process of clinical hypnosis, the individuals are guided through a structured procedure, in order to yield a trance-like state in them. The trance-like state encourages them to concentrate their minds, and makes them feel intensely relaxed. Thus they become more likely to respond to the suggestions. Clinical Hypnosis makes the best use of the heightened awareness of the hypnotic state achieved by an individual, in order to make them focus deeply. Clinical Hypnosis consists of different techniques for distinct applications, that includes:


In the state of relaxation, the hypnotherapist guides you to visualise yourself in the state that surrounds you with relaxation and peacefulness. With this technique, you will be in the same relaxed state even while dealing with any problematic behaviour or the object or thing that makes you fear.


It is a technique in which the hypnotherapist will provide you with a gentle suggestion for your sake and behaviour change. Enforcing those suggestions given by the hypnotherapist will help you conquer your issues. For example, the hypnotherapist may ask you to visualise yourself being a supportive advisor when the phobic reaction takes place. Thus, with this simple exercise, you will learn to trust yourself and start believing in your abilities to face any of the situations.


In this technique, the hypnotherapist taught certain cognitive-behavioural skills, like the STOP! Technique, and instructed imagery, which you can apply in order to encounter the fear and worries.

Through the above techniques, Gurudev Acharya Vivek Panchtatwa in the session on Clinical Hypnosis connects the body and the subconscious mind of the individual and thus makes them heal and nurture faster.


Benefits of Clinical Hypnosis

Clinical Hypnosis provides dramatic results to people sometimes, even being too straightforward and a relaxed approach. As the point already raised, Clinical Hypnosis comes from the Vedic Science, thus it comprises endless benefits. Now, let us keep an eye on some of the prime benefits of the majority of the experience.


Many of the people who go through the Clinical Hypnosis session, feel fully aware throughout the whole session. During the session, they recall everything about them and are also able to make complete conversations under the process of hypnosis. In addition, the individuals who go through the process, experience a state of relaxation that is too deep, and due to that, they may even feel detached from what is going on.


Most of the time, the mind of a person gets distracted over little things. During the time when the kids are demanding your attention, your mate is willing to have a conversation with you, or your TV is trumpeting, and many other actions that do not let your mind focus on a particular activity. Due to the continuous disturbance, your conscious mind gets cluttered. You may be anxious about your exams, concerned about the upcoming project, or planning to have lunch or dinner. The Clinical Hypnosis sessions are structured in order to intend to break through all these day-to-day concerns, which eventually entitles you to focus totally on the problem you are dealing with.


Being in a hypnotic state, means you are in the position of deep relaxation. During that time, the conscious part of your mind becomes peaceful. Thus, it allows your unconscious mind to focus deeply on your issue. During the process, you feel calm and thus, you become more receptive towards dealing with your problems or fears.

During the Clinical Hypnosis session, the Hypnotherapist spreads a series of calming messages such as ‘no one can harm you’, or ‘you are totally safe’, in order to reassure that, during the session, you don’t get a panic reaction while dealing with the problems.

If you too want to take the utmost advantage of Clinical Hypnosis, then here is great news for you. Along with offering sessions on Clinical Hypnosis, Gurudev Acharya Vivek Panchtatwa at The Nidan also takes classes on Clinical Hypnosis and teaches their students one of the most aged and most effective ways of healing.

Common Misconceptions About Clinical Hypnosis

Clinical Hypnosis is considered contentious since many of the professionals working in mental health dispute its effectiveness. Although it works on the principles of Vedic Science, still there are multiple myths and misconceptions are there in Clinical Hypnosis that will let you know about its results and the viewpoint of most people to it as a therapeutic tool.

People usually consider Clinical Hypnosis with Stage Hypnosis

It is one of the most common kinds of delusions in hypnosis. The Stage Hypnotists are the ones who are outstanding at reading people. In Stage Hypnosis, whether the subject is totally hypnotised or not is still a point of debate. But sometimes, they are willing to move along the excessive suggestions of the stage hypnotist.

It doesn’t make you forget what had happened

Even after your session gets completed, you will recognize the things that took place during your hypnotic state. In addition, you will not be asleep or unconscious, and you will be capable of breaking the trance of hypnosis at any time you desire.

Hypnotherapy will not make you lose your mind

During Clinical Hypnosis, your state will be in control. No one, including the hypnotherapist, will force you to implement or follow anything against your will. You will be tuned in to work at the hand, thus avoiding the things going on in your surroundings. Well, you will always be responsible for your behaviours, actions, and statements.

Being in a Hypnotised state doesn’t mean you are less intelligent

Many of the individuals have a conception in their mind that they will not get hypnotised. In contradiction, the study tells that the majority of people get hypnotised to a certain degree. If we talk about stats, then only 10% of the individuals are there who are difficult or almost impossible to hypnotise.

Things you can expect from Clinical Hypnosis

During the session, the hypnotist will make you aware of the process of hypnosis and will review your treatment goals. After that, the therapist will initiate a gentle conversation with you in a soothing tone and describe the image that makes a sense of relaxation, well-being, and security in your brain. 

Once you reach the receptive state, the hypnotist will recommend to you the ways that are effective in achieving your goals. The ways can be the problems you are addicted to or concerned with the most, like lowering the physical or emotional pain or eliminating the cravings you are addicted to the most. The hypnotherapist may also benefit you through visualising faithful and meaningful mental images of yourself being successful in accomplishing your aim.

Once the session gets over, you will be able to take yourself out of hypnosis, or perhaps your hypnotist will help you end your state of relaxation. 

In the various movies and television, it has been depicted that you lose all of your control and the hypnotist takes some personal advantage through you. But the reality is totally contrary, and the process of hypnosis will not make you lose control over your behaviour. In addition, you are usually entirely aware of everything that happens in hypnosis.

Application of Clinical Hypnosis in Addiction Treatment

Clinical Hypnosis is one of the most effective and evidence-based treatments for addiction, and it can also be taken into use to treat various other psychological issues. Hypnotherapy works on the combination of Hypnosis with Psychotherapy, and it is carried out by a trained and licensed psychologist. It is done with the client who is updated about and understands and approves the process. 

Some studies in Clinical Hypnosis have proven that it can help with breaking or overcoming the obsession. The reason behind that is that it allows the individuals to use their power of suggestion to strengthen their willpower, in order to overcome their addictive urges and cravings.

The state of hypnosis lowers an individual’s peripheral awareness, enhancing attention, and suggestibility to potentially effectively once the neurophysiological networks become capable of rewiring certain patterns and conditioning. That means, even after coming out of the hypnotic trance, the feelings and behaviours of the individual continue to be influenced.

However, you should never consider hypnosis magical, which can vanish your addiction in a single session. It will only disappoint you, instead of making you better. Clinical Hypnosis is not a magic formula, but it is a tool that unlocks human potential through the power of suggestion.

Role of Clinical Hypnosis in Social Anxiety Disorder

The application of Clinical Hypnosis to deal with social anxiety is relatively a new concept. In 1958, the American Medical Association (AMA) had recognized Clinical Hypnosis as a valid medical procedure. Since then, Clinical Hypnosis has been used in treating anxiety disorders. Along with that, it has also been taken into use to treat the chronic physical conditions that are linked with anxiety, such as asthma and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).

The main goal of Clinical Hypnosis for social anxiety is to help out people in distinguishing the anxiety response of their body from the experience of their anxiety disorders. For example, if you had suffered through the first public speaking experience, then you associate public speaking with shaking hands and having intense anxiety.

In addition to that, you perhaps be given the post-hypnotic suggestion that makes you able to relax as per your wish after the session.

As of now, the impact of Clinical Hypnosis on social anxiety has not been particularly studied and examined. But the randomised controlled trials and the improvement on individuals’ health after the Clinical Hypnosis session have shown that it reduces anxiety and also sharpens the effects of cognitive therapy (CBT) for anxiety.

Treatment of Panic Disorder through Clinical Hypnosis

As per the research, it has been proved that Clinical Hypnosis helps in overcoming stress, anxiety, and fear. In addition, it can also be taken into use for coping with panic disorder manifestations. Under Clinical Hypnosis, the individual may be guided to bring their attention, in order to cope with the specific symptoms and to overcome any behaviour. Let us make it more clear with an example. 

If you visit the hypnotherapist in order to overcome your Panic Disorder symptoms, the hypnotherapist will ask you to focus on your panic attacks. Thus, you will become aware of the emotions, cognitions, physical sensations that are linked with your attacks, such as chest pain, fear, or shaking. Further, the hypnotherapist will use calming words, in order to fill you with encouragement, like ‘You are in control of your anxiety’ or ‘You feel safe despite discomfort’. In addition, the hypnotist might also suggest ways to cope with these kinds of feelings like, ‘Taking deep breaths during your panic attacks makes you feel calmer.’

A common condition for individuals having panic disorder, Agoraphobia, can also be treated with the application of Clinical Hypnosis. It consists of the fear of having panic attacks under some exclusive occurrences, like while driving, or being in a crowd. Clinical Hypnosis lets that person learn the way of being relaxed while going through all these fears. The hypnotherapist may also help you to focus on getting past your phobias, and suggest the paths to being in a relaxed state being in the feared environments.

By improving your negative thinking and making you manage the troublesome symptoms, Clinical Hypnosis can also help you in this way. Furthermore, it may assist in dealing with common co-occurring conditions which include post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), headaches and migraines, depression, and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).

Clinical Hypnosis Services at The Nidan

As of now, you might have a clear idea about how the FDA Therapist Gurudev Acharya Vivek Panchtatwa helps people enhance their skills through Clinical Hypnosis sessions. Being the FDA Therapist, Gurudev Acharya Vivek Panchtatwa has experience of over 17 years in all the dimensions of his creation, FDA Therapy. 

Along with providing the best sessions on Clinical Hypnosis, the FDA Therapist Gurudev Acharya Vivek Panchtatwa Ji is also a coach of Clinical Hypnosis and takes classes on the level 1 stage of Clinical Hypnosis. 

Clinical Hypnosis Course at The Nidan

After listening to the terms ‘mind’, ‘subconscious’, ‘energy’, and ‘vibes’, do you feel that you should understand those terms in-depth?

Do you have the desire to understand the power of mind and subconscious?

Are you aware of the fact that thousands of years ago, our ancestors, sages, hermits, ascetics, and saints used to travel the whole universe through their subconscious? Even without a piece of support system, they used to give all the information like the positions of the planets, their shapes, significance, etc., they got this ability by their subconscious mind.

Are both the mind and the brain the same? If not, what are the factors that differentiate them?

If you crave to know more about that, the power that exists inside us is not only physical but mental as well that we never explore in our lifetime. You have the opportunity to become a Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist by enrolling yourself in the Level 1 Course of Clinical Hypnosis, Learn Hypnosis by Renowned & Certified Coach, Trainer of Clinical Hypnotherapy, Gurudev Acharya Vivek Panchtatwa.

In this training, you will also learn the difference that separates Psychology and Clinical Hypnosis and the different powers of both of them. 

Join The Nidan and take their consultations, know the benefits, and along with that, by becoming the Clinical Hypnotherapist, advance this power of the subconscious inside yourself.

Gurudev Acharya Vivek Panchtatwa is a professional and certified Clinical Hypnotherapist having in-depth knowledge of Clinical Hypnosis, which is part of his FDA Therapy and Vedic Science. He has been practising it for over 17 years. In his 17 years, he took a lot of training and got numerous certifications as well. In his service, he has trained many students and satisfied thousands of clients through his Clinical Hypnosis and FDA Therapy, which originated from Vedic Science.

Gurudev Acharya Vivek Panchtatwa, a famous and experienced Clinical Hypnotherapist at The Nidan, trains Clinical Hypnosis to the students at The Nidan. He has been working on Clinical Hypnosis, a part of his FDA Therapy, for over 17 years. In order to enhance his techniques to analyse it, Gurudev Acharya  Vivek Panchtatwa has numerous certifications in it. 

Below are the details of the certifications he has done.

Since it has originated from the Vedic Science, the benefits of Clinical Hypnosis are endless. Just by realising the role of the mind and the brain, you can understand a way to cure any of the problems related to it, through Clinical Hypnosis. The impact of Vedic Science makes it too effective in eradicating the anxiety that usually develops inside us because of the failure in achieving a target, personal issues, or professional issues. It also helps in overcoming any type of addiction and enhances self-development in an individual.

Clinical Hypnosis is a ‘Sanjivani’ for the problems that are linked with the past life. There are lots of physical issues and pains which cannot be treated through medications, in that as well, this way of treatment is too effective. It has also been seen that in the phobic and psychological disorders, which include suicidal tendencies and depression, the Clinical Hypnosis provides exceptional results.


Here is a chance to book your slot for Past Life Regression (PLR) Therapy. Being an experienced Hypnotherapist, Gurudev Ji has been honoured with the best therapist award.

There are many successful cases and testimonials by the clients of Gurudev Ji. You can also be one of them. Contact us to book your sessions for PLR Therapy with Gurudev Ji.