We humans perceive ourselves and our environment. For this to work, we need five senses that transmit the respective impressions to our brain for processing. These are the sense of hearing, the sense of smell, the sense of taste, the sense of sight and the sense of touch. However, the sensory channels can be addressed not only by seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting and feeling. Through hypnosis, these senses can be specifically addressed, which supports therapy. Hypnosis mostly works with the sense of sight. By creating images in the mind while under hypnosis, relaxation, positive thinking and breaking old patterns can be achieved. If hypnosis is combined with other sensory channels such as the sense of touch and hearing, ideas become even more vivid and are even better absorbed and stored by the subconscious. Ideally, every sensory channel is addressed in hypnosis - whether this is individually useful or feasible is thereby discussed in cooperation with your hypnosis therapist.