Free Guided Meditation


Access three additional free meditations immediately.

  • Releasing Stress

  • Self-Esteem & Positivity

  • Releasing Negative Emotions

Benefits of meditation

  • Gaining a new perspective on stressful situations

  • Building skills to manage your stress

  • Increasing self-awareness

  • Focusing on the present

  • Reducing negative emotions

  • Increasing imagination and creativit.

  • Increasing patience and tolerance

  • Controls anxiety and depression

  • Promotes emotional health

  • Enhances self-awareness

  • May reduce age-related memory loss

  • Can generate kindness

  • May help fight addictions

Meditation and Hypnosis are very similar. Hypnosis is a natural state of physical relaxation and focused concentration.

Hypnosis tends to have an end-point in mind – whether it is to make you more confident, help you to overcome fear or anxiety, to cope with everyday stresses, rediscover your inner wisdom, develop better eating patterns, sleep better, stop smoking, etc.; whatever it is… hypnotherapy has a goal in mind. 

5 Fascinating Facts About Hypnosis:

  1. We all experience hypnosis every single day of our lives (multiple times a day), whether we consciously realize it or not. Hypnosis is a natural state of consciousness.

  2. Hypnosis is not a sleep state; but the state between ‘awake’ and ‘asleep’. There are different levels and depths of hypnosis but the state itself is simply one of lower conscious mind activity and higher subconscious activity.

  3. Hypnosis can be used as an anesthesia. In fact, hypnotic anesthesia has been around longer than any modern chemical anesthesia. During times of war, it was used to replace anesthetics when supplies were low.

  4. Hypnosis has nothing to do with magic, intelligence or religion. Hypnosis is science - and therefore works regardless of one's belief system. Everyone can be hypnotized.

  5. Hypnosis happens in the nervous system; not in the mind. And the most profound state of hypnosis is produced when both parts of the autonomic nervous system become symbiotic (bringing balance instead of resistance).