Certified Hypnotist Makes Home in Hidalgo County

Wayne Walker is a Certified Hypnotist that now makes Hidalgo County his home. Wayne has been doing hypnosis for over 13 years, receiving his training at HMI in Encino California.
By: Wayne Walker
Nov. 24, 2011 - PRLog -- Wayne says “Hypnosis is actually a second career for me but it should have been my first career.” He grew up in a small town outside of Dallas, where he was first introduced to hypnosis, but spent most of his adult life in California working in the corporate world and then ultimately owning his own construction company.

Now making his home here in Hidalgo County, he is bringing his talents and skills to the people of the community. Wayne will be working with people to make lasting changes in their lives through the power of hypnosis. Being a Las Vegas trained entertainment hypnotist performing under the stage name of Wayland, Master of Hypnosis, don’t be surprised if you see him around performing at local functions and venues. He also enjoys spending time doing Street Hypnosis where he meets people and in a matter of a few minutes or even seconds they enter the state of hypnosis.

Frequently Asked Questions About Hypnosis

What is Hypnosis?
According to the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, hypnosis “is a state of inner absorption, concentration and focused attention.” It is different from sleep, although people who are hypnotized are very relaxed, usually have their eyes closed, and may appear to be asleep.

What Does Hypnosis Feel Like?
Most healthy people experience a "trance state" several times a day, most often when they become absorbed in a repetitive task such as driving, or when focusing on a compelling book or activity. Most people experience a very relaxed, lethargic and in a pleasant state of mind when undergoing therapeutic hypnosis. Many people are surprised by how “normal and natural” hypnosis feels.

How Is Hypnosis Used In Clinical Settings?
Hypnosis is commonly used in medicine, dentistry, and in psychotherapy and behavioral medicine. According to the International Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy Association, hypnosis can be used for gastrointestinal disorders like ulcers, irritable bowel syndrome, colitis, and Crohn’s disease; to relieve many forms of acute and chronic pain, such as labor pains, burn pain, or pain from surgical or dental procedures; and to relieve nausea and vomiting associated with chemotherapy and pregnancy.

Hypnosis is also effective for behavioral and mood problems such as test anxiety, addiction, depression, guilt, insomnia, compulsive eating, migraines, nail biting, obsessions, organization problems, phobias, low self esteem, shyness, smoking, stress and anxiety, teeth grinding, and more.

Over 3,000 clinical studies of hypnosis have proven its effectiveness and safety in medical and dental applications.

Can Anyone Be Hypnotized?
Virtually all healthy people over age 8 can be hypnotized, although some people respond better to hypnotic suggestion than others. There is some evidence to indicate that people with higher intelligence and greater creative abilities tend to be somewhat more responsive to suggestion.

Is Hypnosis Dangerous?
Unlike pharmaceuticals, hypnosis is completely natural and has not been shown to cause any negative side effects. However, because the trance state tends to be extremely relaxing, it's not recommended while driving or operating machinery.

Why Do People In Stage Shows Sometimes Do Outrageous Things While Hypnotized?
You will do not anything under hypnosis that is against your will or that violates your own sense of morals or sense of self-preservation. Stage hypnotists carefully screen volunteers to choose people who are highly suggestible, will enjoy being the center of attention, and are willing to perform for others' entertainment. In other words, by selecting very specific types of people as volunteers, stage hypnotists try to choose people who may already be prone to follow "outrageous" suggestions.

Additional Hypnosis Resources
The success of hypnosis with Stop Smoking, Drug Use

Brain scans show how hypnosis can paralyze a limb

Hypnosis: Another way to manage pain, kick bad habits

Scans Show How Hypnosis Affects Brain Activity

About Wayne Walker, Certified Hypnotist
Practicing in McAllen, Tx. Hidalgo County Wayne Walker, CH is a respected practitioner of hypnosis for issues such as "weight loss, smoking cessation, addiction recovery, pre and post surgery at Reflective Mind Hypnosis. He is also a Las Vegas trained and certified as an entertainment hypnotist. He is a member of National Guild of Hypnotist, the Mission and McAllen chamber of commerce and is a member of the Rotary Club.
Wayne Walker is currently accepting new clients and can be reached at 888-818-5106 or at Wayne@ReflectiveMindHypnosis or visit his website at www.ReflectiveMindHypnosis.com
He makes house calls and will visit clients in the hospital to perform sessions of hypnosis
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