Hypno-mindfulness is a unique blend of mindfulness coaching and hypnotic technique.
Guided mindfulness meditation has been said to be somewhat similar to hypnosis, except that in the case of guided mindfulness meditation, there is no specific aim of producing a particular change in a session, unlike hypnotherapy — which always works with a well-formed outcome in mind.
I draw on my own longstanding meditation experience, on mindfulness coaching and on hypnotic technique to support hypno-mindfulness clients in two main ways. First, to embed stronger meditation and mindfulness habits in the client’s day to day life practice. Second, to evoke ‘glimpses’ and more extended experiences of awakened consciousness itself.
A hypno-mindfulness session can be a purely therapeutic experience. It can also, when the client wishes, be a more spiritual experience, specifically designed to evoke shifts in awareness that invite non-dual consciousness/awakened mind to ‘show up’ in the client’s experience.
Experiences of the non-dual can provide doorways into more sustained shifts of consciousness. States can open the doors to the development of lasting spiritual traits and ethical development of character that goes with all authentic spiritual evolution.