The purpose of this article is not to offer an opinion about the efficacy of hypnosis as used by any hypnotherapist. The BMA has long since acknowledged its place as a useful psychological intervention method.
Furthermore, self hypnosis is being taught to expectant mothers with amazing results to help reduce any discomfort during childbirth. Dentists may use it to either help with a patient's dental phobia or to help reduce the use of chemical anaesthesia.
It seems that the issues, problems and ailments that hypnosis help with is endless.
Duncan McColl, an experienced hypnoanalyst has captured the full potential of self hypnosis in a series of amazing recordings. I say, series but this is really an understatement. He has over 600 different recordings aimed at specific problems.
Judging by the testimonials he receives, he has developed an almost miraculous knack of knowing (maybe I should say insight) of how to release people from the most stubborn and debilitating psychological and physiological burdens.
Duncan has a way with words you might say and has the most comforting and yet encouraging of voices too. He has used his hypnoanalytical skills and experience to create self hypnosis recordings that also include principles from behavioural science, Zen, Sufism, and esotoric Christianity.
Duncan refers to his recordings as "Conscious Self Hypnosis" and some of these will be the subject of articles to come.