Lena Jdanova is a graduate of California Institute of Healing Arts
& Sciences, employing methods and techniques of the Wisdom
Center and White Light.
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According to the recent medical research about 70% of all
known diseases are psycho-somatic, which means that their
cause is emotional dis-balance. Clear mental and emotional
before it becomes physical dis-ease. If a limiting
physical or medical condition is already in place, alleviating the
stress of having this condition can improve the quality of life
You can begin to make dramatic changes in your life, and discover your sense of well-being right now.  You can leave
behind depression, anger, grief, insomnia, lack of self-esteem and inner confidence, fears, hopelessness, anxiety,
panic attacks, and all kinds of problems in your life right now, through the use of professional hypnotherapy, combined
with behavioral therapy.

The "conscious" mind uses only 3-5% of the brain, while the other 97-95% percent may be considered the
"subconscious".  If you are having trouble overcoming a negative habit, behavior, thought, or emotion, it is most likely
because your subconscious is not working with you, but against you.

Every action, decision, thought or experience you've ever had is stored within your subconscious mind.  Even if you
don't have a conscious memory of it, your subconscious does.  The subconscious not only keeps records of every
moment of your life, but it also shapes your automatic reactions and behaviors to match your past experiences,
through conditioning.  Any trigger that matches a past experience, may bring up an automatic reaction, that can
recreate the original experience.  That's why one may repeat certain experiences, even if they do not want to.  One
might wish for change on the conscious level, but if the subconscious is not cooperating, than much of the effort may
be wasted.  Hypnotherapy is one way to access the subconscious, its long-term memory, and help eliminate the
"records" that no longer serve you.

What is hypnosis?  The hypnotic state or trance, is a natural human state, that one may experience many times
throughout the day.  Have you ever driven long distance on a highway, automatically checking the road and attending
other memories, or projects, or thoughts in your mind? Have you ever been so absorbed by your thoughts, or a movie,
that you lost track of time or place?  If so, you may have been in a hypnotic state or trance.  Other examples might
include while listening to an intriguing story, or while taking a shower.  The door to the subconscious may open up at
these times, especially when the state is relaxing. Bodywork is another door to the trance state that I use.

Hypnotherapy is performed while inducing this type of state.  And the professional hypnotherapist can use this
opportunity to facilitate positive life changes and healing.  In order to have lasting results, it is most effective if not only
the symptoms are treated, but also the root causes, which are often located in the subconscious.  Talk therapy
addresses the conscious mind only, while hypnotherapy can access the subconscious' vast influence.  The
non-suggestive, state & federally approved technique I employ, combined with behavioral therapy, helps to eliminate
the root cause of an issue, without necessarily re-living the past negative experiences or traumas, and their negative
associations.  In addition, the client retains full awareness and control.
Call Lena now:
(510) 730-1671
(916) 441-1144

Did You Know?

Hypnosis was formally recognized
by the American Medical
Association in 1955.

Hypnosis is a legal profession,
it is recognized as a “Legal
Complementary-Alternative Health
Care Modality” by the state of
"Hi Lena, I want to thank you for the treatment you gave me a few weeks ago.  It was wonderful and made a
significant difference in my outlook on myself and life.  I have felt much more in touch with inner self, purpose,
strength and authenticity." Jane
The New York Times states that using the combination of clinical behavioral therapy and clinical
hypnotherapy has the highest success rate, because this combination addresses not only the
hidden blocks and obstacles in the subconscious mind, but also all the negative daily habits we
have, that support the problems we are trying to overcome.  Behavioral therapy involves making
positive changes in one's everyday life, using specific mental and physical techniques, to help
one reach the desired goal.  Some simple examples are:  changing poor eating habits, adjusting
the daily routine, improving communication skills, and eliminating negative self-talk.

Think: how often do you go for a tune-up of your car (before the engine fails)? Do you change oil
and air filter regularly to prevent bigger problems with your car's engine?

Your health is more in your hands when you think in terms of
Many people have an inaccurate understanding of what hypnosis is. This is due to the way hypnosis is presented in the popular media as
something that can ‘make people do funny things’. The truth is that hypnosis can not make anybody do anything that they do not want to do. It
just isn’t possible. Even those people you see on TV, dancing around and barking, are carefully selected by an experienced hypnotist,
volunteers doing something they want to do (for one reason or another).

Very Important Note about Self Hypnosis

Ultimately all hypnosis is self-hypnosis. The old fashioned idea of the hypnotist instructing somebody to ‘carry out his or her orders’ has long
ceased to be taken seriously. One of our big goals and wishes for all our clients is to eventually teach them the tools for themselves. Once you
are able to learn simple relaxation and visualisation techniques, you are in a position to practice self-hypnosis. You can easily learn these
techniques for helping with many different situations.

Self Hypnosis is a very easy technique for you to learn and with practice you will become very good at it, meaning that in the future you will have
a fantastic method for overcoming problems and difficulties, solving challenges and achieving more and more of what you want for yourself.

‘Patients carry their own doctor inside. They come to us not knowing that truth. We are at our best when we give the physician who resides within
each patient a chance to go to work.’ (Albert Schweitzer)