According to Fiqh of Shia Islam, using hypnosis for medical purposes is permitted and allowed; therefore, hypnotherapy is halal. However, attempting to discover hidden information from "past lives" or seeking news about "future events" is not permitted.
Hypnotherapy and hypnosis is recognized as a medical aid and tool. People share many misunderstandings of what hypnosis is and what hypnosis isn't. Hypnotherapists do NOT seek to overpower you; attempt mind control over you; or get you to commit actions that are against your religious beliefs. Because hypnosis is wildly misinterpreted, many think it's about magic or sorcery; it isn't. True hypnotherapists are not fortune tellers, magicians or sorcerers. We are trained in helping people to better understand their own thoughts, behaviors and actions.
If you are looking to better your life with positive affirmations, behaviors and thoughts that are in agreement with your religion, we can help. Hypnotherapists are able to help clients quit smoking, abstain from negative behaviors and remember memories lost from "this" lifetime. There's no magic to hypnosis. It's simply a form of therapy to help you live the best life you possibly can. Again, this therapy always stays in agreement with your religious beliefs.