PHILIPPE LIBRERO

HYPNOSIS AND SOPHROLOGY PRACTITIONER

EVOLUTIVE HYPNOSIS

What is evolutionary hypnosis

REGRESSIVE HYPNOSIS

What is regression hypnosis

SOPHROLOGY

Why sophrology ?

Hypnosis and sophrology are two different but complementary methods. Hypnosis acts on the unconscious, sophrology addresses the conscience.

Since 2001, I have gradually nourished my quest to give meaning to existence by training myself in different techniques, such as evolutionary hypnosis, regressive hypnosis, kinesiology, cellular deprogramming, magnetism…

I was able, during all these years, to see to what extent the brain – conscious, unconscious, subconscious – had an influence on the body, and therefore healings, scarring.

Hypnosis (evolutionary and regressive) appeared to me to be the best way to identify limiting beliefs and unconscious patterns responsible for blockages. The protocols facilitate access to new resources specific to each and necessary for the implementation of radical and lasting changes.

From a neuroscientific point of view, hypnosis releases the power of the subconscious.

I trained in hypnotherapy at the IIHS , a training institute based in Canada, for which I will be eternally grateful. In continuity, I trained in sophrology at the Catherine Aliottat-Paris school.

I cite a few reference authors: Jovanovic, Gounelle, Dolores Canon and Brian Weiss, as well as other influences put in my way (trainers, fellow practitioners, etc.) who were also an enlightening source of inspiration in the background of my practice. Today, my practice of hypnosis and sophrology, whether individually or in a group, is based on the base of knowledge acquired in contact with all these disciplines and experiences.

 

When to use hypnosis?

Hypnosis consists in modifying the state of consciousness to access the unconscious, which contains all the solutions to the problems encountered. The applications of hypnosis are numerous and a therapy can notably make it possible to solve all kinds of ailments of various origins.

Addictions

Smoking cessation
Eating disorders
Games
Internet addiction

Psychosomatic disorders

Mourning
Emotional disappointments
Loss of appetite
Sleep disorders
Overwork

Psychological suffering

Stress
Malaise
Anxiety
Neuroses
Phobia, state of panic
Depression

Somatic problems

Digestive
Asthma
Allergy

Post-traumatic stress states

Irritability
Anger
Fear
Nightmares

Preparation

At exams
At professional interviews
At sporting events

"The purpose of life is personal development. To achieve perfect realization of one's nature, that is what we are all here for."

Oscar Wilde

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