Curious about Hypnosis? Part 2 How Imagination Is Used.
Valerie Grimes, Clinical Hypnotist explains the role of imagination for effective hypnosis sessions.
Art and nature are great ways to tell a story of how things can be worked out in the subconscious.
Hypnotist Valerie Grimes uses an abstract painting to tell the remarkable story of one woman’s hypnosis session. It was so impactful that the woman, who is an artist, painted a depiction of what she experienced in hypnotic trance.
Imagination is wonderfully simple and effective in hypnosis to transform our perspective of ourselves and the events around us. What we can imagine the subconscious believes (when in a hypnotic trance.) Much the same way art moves us emotionally, or a scene in nature can shift us.
In the video (link below), Valerie shows the painting that is a representation of how the subconscious used colors to shift the client’s views of her current and then future situation. It was so profoundly powerful that she painted it and it hangs in The Flow Center.
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Hypnosis is a form of cooperative therapy that targets specific problems and attitudes. Hypnosis is based on the idea that each client is willing to work toward a goal with a qualified specialist, and break out of bad patterns. If certain behaviors are threatening personal relationships, physical and emotional health, or success at work, it could be helpful to examine the root of these problems in a controlled environment with a certified hypnotist. Hypnosis provides clarity to clients who may not understand their inability to change or improve chronic situations in their lives.
Valerie Grimes is a clinical hypnotherapist (CHt). Previously the staff hypnotist at Kaner Medical Group (Bedford), she is a recognized master at helping people overcome the negative belief systems, false opinions and self-defeating habits that reside in their sub-conscious minds. She has worked to eliminate negative patterns which consistently sabotage client relationships, health and opportunities for success in business and life. In 2002, she graduated from the Dallas Hypnosis Training Institute in Irving with 300 classroom and clinical hours. She is the owner of The Flow Center in Dallas. She became a BARS practitioner in January 2022.
Valerie Grimes, CHt
THE FLOW CENTER
5310 Harvest Hill #266
Dallas TX 75230