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An Experiential Journey

Maya is all around.
Who Am I?
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Who Am I  ?

My name is Sherone Alleyne, a name derived from Jamaican Patois and the island of Barbados. I was born to West Indian parents from Guyana, a diverse Caribbean country North of Brazil. 

I've always had a penchant for exploring the uncharted territories of the mind. My fascination with alternate realities, parallel universes, and the concept of interdimensional travel has been a lifelong pursuit. There's something captivating about the idea that our minds hold the key to unlocking unseen dimensions and boundless possibilities.

As a Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, I've found a way to channel this fascination into a purposeful mission. My goal is to help individuals like you journey into the depths of their own consciousness, discovering hidden realms and untapped potential within. Whether you're seeking to traverse the landscapes of your subconscious mind or explore the uncharted territories of your personal growth, I'm here to be your guide.

My approach to hypnotherapy is a blend of science, intuition, and a genuine connection with my clients. I believe in the profound impact of self-discovery and harnessing the power of the mind for transformation. Together, we can explore the boundaries of what's possible and help you navigate the uncharted territories of your inner world.





  • What Is Hypnotherapy?
    Hypnotherapy is a therapeutic modality that pertains to the amelioration of an individual's psychological and emotional well-being through interventionist techniques. It is a safe and non-invasive modality when practiced by a trained professional. It encompasses the use of hypnosis to facilitate a change in the individual's state of consciousness, thereby enabling the accessing of the subconscious mind to elicit desired changes in cognition, emotion, and behavior. Hypnotherapy falls under the purview of various other therapeutic modalities, all of which are aimed at enhancing psychological well-being and mental health. Hypnotherapy represents a valuable tool for those seeking to overcome limiting beliefs, behavioral patterns, and negative emotions, and it has demonstrated efficacy in the treatment of a variety of clinical conditions. Its integrative and non-invasive nature makes it a compelling option for individuals seeking to enhance their personal development and optimize their overall well-being.
  • How Does It Work?
    Hypnotherapy, despite its name, does not involve a state of sleep. Instead, it elicits a hypnotic trance state that is characterized by a shift in brain wave activity from the beta state, which is associated with waking consciousness, to the alpha and theta states, which are associated with deep relaxation and heightened suggestibility. During this state, individuals experience a sense of focused attention and heightened awareness, which allows them to access their subconscious mind and explore their inner experiences. The hypnotic state is not a state of sleep, but rather a state of profound relaxation and altered consciousness that facilitates therapeutic change. this state allows the hypnotherapist to bypass the critical faculties of the conscious mind and access the subconscious mind directly. the hypnotherapist can then assist in the removal of unwanted subconscious programming and help integrate the client's desired subconscious programming. See 'The Theory of Mind' model for more info.
  • What Can Hypnotherapy Be Used For?
    Hypnotherapy can be used to address a wide range of psychological, behavioral, and psychosomatic issues. It has been used effectively to treat anxiety, phobias, feelings of depression, addiction, chronic pain, and many other conditions. It can also be used to improve sports performance, academics, and other areas of life. See more from 156 Uses for Hypnotherapy
  • How Long Does a Hypnotherapy Session Last?
    The length of a hypnotherapy session can vary depending on the practitioner and the individual needs of the client. Typically, a hypnotherapy session can last anywhere from 60 to 90 minutes.
  • How Many Hypnotherapy Sessions Will I Need?
    The number of sessions required to achieve the desired outcome can vary, depending on the complexity of the issue being addressed. Some individuals may achieve their goals in just a few sessions, while others may require ongoing support and guidance over a longer period. A skilled hypnotherapist will work collaboratively with the client to develop a personalized treatment plan that is tailored to their unique needs and goals.
  • What Does It Feel Like to Be Hypnotized?
    The experience of hypnosis can vary from person to person. Some individuals may feel a sense of floating or weightlessness, while others may experience a heightened sense of focus and concentration. The individual may also feel a momentary sense of detachment from their physical body and their environment. On the contrary, one may feel a deeper connection with their bodies and a sense of groundedness. Depending on the receptivity of the client and the depth of the trance state, an individual may also have vivid sensory or auditory experiences.
  • Is Hypnotherapy Effective?
    Hypnotherapy is a very effective modality in the field of integrative and mind-body medicine. Contrary to popular belief, everyone can be hypnotized. As with any therapy, a person must do their part to effect lasting changes. Hypnotherapy is no different from any other therapy in that the client must do their part of the work. It is truly a collaborative effort. Working together, noticeable changes occur much sooner. See Clinical Applications and Clinical Applications for Hypnotherapy.
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Subconscious Behaviorism 
Ericksonian Hypnosis
Soul Retrieval 
Addiction and Codependency
Sleep Issues 
Dissociative States 
Dialogical-Based Hypnotherapy
Dream Incubation 
Neuro-Linguistic Programming

Inner Child Work 
Emotional Release 
Fears and Phobias 
Trauma Support
Life Transitions
ESP Development 
Non-Ordinary State Facilitation

Understanding the ineffable


Transcending the



Mental Health


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