The model of the inner advisor or also called inner helper, helper figure, describes the inner voice, a being or figure that can advise people well and conscientiously in all situations in life. This succeeds because this counseling always takes place in consideration of the current resources. The inner counselor in the form of an actual figure does not exist, of course; rather, it is a metaphor for one's intuition or gut feeling. Most of us have lost access to our inner consultant or do not use him. Instead, they rely on facts and tangible data. The inner counselor in hypnosis helps people access their inner voice as a proxy. In hypnosis, access to the inner counselor can be rediscovered, in part by allowing the inner critic to pause for a moment.