Dispelling Hypnosis Myths
Published Dover Post, Dover, DE May 4, 2011
We all go into hypnosis at least twice a day, the first 30 minutes we are awake and right before we go to sleep at night.These two times are when we are most suggestible. If we were to remove the word "hypnosis" and all the mystery that surrounds it, what it really is, is a heightened state of "suggestibility" and "focused concentration." Hypnosis is not an occult nor does it deal with demons or black magic. Hypnosis is a natural occurring, beneficial, positive state. Hypnosis is scientifically considered to be a natural state of the subconscious. Hypnosis is not sleep and when one is under hypnosis he or she is aware of everything that's happening around them. While hypnosis can be a relatively quick method of making permanent improvements, there is no such thing as a onetime miracle. Everyone makes progress in their own way. Hypnosis is a temporary state.Most people report having a heightened sense of awareness, concentration, and focus, and their hearing becomes more acute during a session. Sherry Teague Wilkins Certified Hypnotherapist
Press Release - Delaware State News
June 18, 2015
Wilkins completes Massage Therapy Program
Sherry Teague Wilkins has completed the 650 hour Massage therapy
Program at Harris School of Business, Dover campus. As a certified Massage
Technician, Ms. Wilkins' focus is on relaxation.
Ms. Sherry is also a Certified Hypnotherapist and owner of Sherry T. Wilkins
Hypnotherapy LLC which is located in the Magnolia area. As a Certified Hypnotherapist she
specializes in stress reduction, PTSD, ADHD, Emotional Freedom Technique, NLP, Past Life
Regression, The Inner Child, Therapeutic Imagery, Gain Motivation, Assist Healing, and more.
All sessions are by appointment only. Go to www.sherrywilkins.com and
www.sherrywilkins.massageplanet.com or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. She is available