Hypnosis can be used to help with many challenging and stubborn issues in life today. It’s history with aiding people to quit smoking or weight loss is prominent, but it’s also being used by the medical community to help with quick recovery after surgical procedures, and reduce the reliance on medications for pain.
Hypnosis is a natural phenomenon but it’s also mistakenly promoted as a cure-all or “magic wand” solution. In the hands of a professional hypnotist it’s a tool to help relax the subject and provide access to the unconscious mind so change can take place using therapy when under hypnosis.
The selection of articles covers general information about hypnosis and what it is and now it works, along with some of its uses in sports performance, medical case studies, self-hypnosis and specific medical conditions.
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There are questions that crop up all the time from people who contact me seeking help for themselves or a loved one. Two of the more frequent questions boil down to what hypnosis can and cannot do, and what it can help with. Based on my nearly 14-years of experience seeing people for all types of issues and challenges they want to overcome, I’m going to do my best to answer this for you today, and provide you a ton of resources to check out for further information. Read more here…Read More
Are you familiar with yoga? First impressions of it are usually a fascination of people in weirdly unusual body positions. That’s a start but it’s much more. Perhaps you even practice yoga in your daily living. If you do then you know there’s a richness to it you can’t understand unless you experience it. Have you ever tried hypnosis? First impression of it is people with their eyes closed just like meditation. Maybe you use hypnosis in your life as well. If you do then you know the life changing tool you have as your unconscious mind and it’s premise is different than meditation. What about ‘yoga for the mind’? Have you ever heard of this concept before? If not, then please read on…Read More
When you discuss the topic of hypnosis with anyone, they’re usually confused with grasping the concept. Many people have trouble believing hypnosis is real, and those that teeter on the fence with regards to what it is and what it can do, usually believe there is some mystery or something entirely mystical about hypnosis in a magical sense. The fact is hypnosis is real and there’s nothing mystical or magical about it. If there is any element of mystery it surrounds the subconscious mind and how it works and not hypnosis. Many hypnotherapists will tell you all hypnosis is self-hypnosis. This stems from the perspective Hypnosis only works if you’re actively participating in it and so in effect you’re actually doing it to yourself. This is an over simplification of the process where a therapist is involved but as the goal here is to discuss general hypnosis we can put this debate aside for today. Hypnosis works on our subconscious mind also called the unconscious mind – different terms same thing. The subconscious mind among other things controls our habits. It’s a life-saving device for us, for example making sure we continue the habit of breathing when we fall asleep! Read more here…Read More
Those who get what they want, or get the most of what they set out for or wish to accomplish are known to set intentions. Intentions are knowing exactly what you want and then believing you can get what you want by focusing your attention on it. You live from a point of passion – believing that you can achieve or get what you want. In essence, it really is mind over matter in that what you want most matters to your mind and your mind finds a way to get it! Most of what we get or accomplish comes about because we talk to ourselves about it in our minds. Discover more here…Read More
As a hypnotherapist and psychological practitioner, one of the most interesting things I have ever heard from clients or people that I have hypnotized is, “It must not have worked because I could hear everything, and I can remember everything that you said!” Really? So let me see if I get this straight then…”How else will hypnosis work since your eyes are closed and I am doing the talking and you the ‘listening’ if you can’t hear me?” And then if you remember everything I was saying, that definitely must be a bad thing because it means what? Hmm… let’s discover more about this thinking…Read More
Sports injuries are not a laughing matter when they rob a professional or amateur athlete of their dreams. For those individuals who participate in sports for fitness and health, or as a recreational, fun activity, having it taken away due to an injury can also be very traumatizing. What can one do to help overcome injuries related to sports and be on the road to optimal health once again? The first place to start is obviously seeing a physician and making sure there is no permanent damage or an injury that requires specialized medical care. Also, we live in a time when alternative medicine and techniques are being used more often and accredited and recognized for their benefits and healing potential. Here’s more…Read More
Age Regression Hypnosis Therapy is a tool hypnotherapists use to identify and clear events of the past and associated imprints and their negative effects. These imprints can impact attempts at achieving a goal a client wishes to accomplish such as losing weight or having confidence. The premise of regression therapy is if previous attempts at losing weight or self-improvement have been unsuccessful then there is likely an event in the past triggering feelings that act as a barrier to change. Most times people aren’t even aware of the barrier, but sense something deep-rooted is obstructing and frustrating their progress.Read More
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