Lots of people are curious about what happens in our Hypnotherapy and NLP Coaching sessions together. I think there are three key elements to mention:

  1. I assist you in identifying your sources of emotional pain
  2. I help you to draw these up to the surface
  3. I guide you in releasing them. 

Some people have repressed their emotions for so long that they are completely unaware that the pain still lives within them.

That makes a lot of sense when you consider that the purpose of the subconscious mind is to prevent us from feeling emotional pain. In fact, if we push it down far enough, it enters into our bodies and makes us sick.

As a Certified Hypnotherapist and NLP Practitioner in Los Angeles, I am trained to look for your “pain.” For example, in our conversation, you may be talking about your father and then you abruptly switch to talk about your mother. This tells me there is some pain in the conversation about your father, so I will draw you right back in. 

It would be evident to me that this is an emotional wound that had not healed… and like a physical wound if we don’t open that wound quickly and draw out the toxins, it will never really heal properly. 

So, I gently guide you in surfacing what was painful about the experience. Sometimes, just in doing this, it doesn’t feel that painful anymore and new realizations come to light that begins the healing process. 

If you never reveal the pain, we don’t know what to release. So, we’re looking for sources and root causes of it and your interpretations of the experience. It’s all an interpretation because there’s nothing that really exists… except in our minds.

Always feel free to reach out if you want to know more or want to discuss your life in a complementary and confidential phone consultation. 

Jayne Goldman, MBA, C.Ht., Founder and Principal of Best Life Hypnotherapy in Los Angeles, is a Certified Hypnotherapist and NLP Master NLP Coach and Practitioner.


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