by Kelley T Woods, Certified Hypnotherapist
I wonder if you can imagine being free of the devastating effects of motion sickness...being able to enjoy travel without discomfort from rolling or lurching sensations. It is possible through hypnosis...
by Jon Rhodes
Most people who experience meditation before hypnosis are surprised at how similar they seem. Both disciplines share many almost identical techniques, such as breathing and visualization exercises. For instance the ‘Progressive Relaxation’ technique is frequently used in both disciplines...
Editor's Note from Karen Branch: Good explanation of difference & similarities between hypnosis & meditation.
by Debbie Friedman, M.S., C.Ht.
Hypnosis is an enjoyable, easy and effective way to change our bad habits into good ones and our negative feelings into positive ones. All of our emotions, beliefs, and habits reside in the subconscious mind and hypnosis provides direct access to the subconscious mind to replace any negatives with powerful, positive beliefs...
by Mark Tyrrell
If you are skeptical about hypnosis you are right to be so. But let’s take a moment to think about what this means.
With my colleague Roger Elliott of Hypnosisdownloads.com I have been using hypnosis to dissolve phobias, crack addictions, lift depressions, stop panic attacks and improve different types of performance for fifteen years. In short, I know hypnosis works. But at the same time, I can understand why some people are skeptical about hypnosis. After all, despite the reams of scientific research attesting to its therapeutic efficacy, traditionally hypnosis has been presented in a rather less than rational way...
by Roger Elliott
Over the last decade we have found that one of the most common uses for self hypnosis is confidence building, so we thought that it would be a good idea to explain just how you might build self confidence using hypnosis.
As our starting point, let's take a look at how you build self confidence in the real world. How do you get to the point where doing something scary just isn't scary any more...
by Mary Willix
A nightmare is a warning from the subconscious mind. It might signal a medical condition that needs to be treated, but it may also mean that you are ready to release pent-up negative emotions, negative scripting or trauma. Dream expert Patricia Garfield, author of Creative Dreaming, The Universal Dream Key and other books, tells us that most dreams are negative...
by Wesley Anderson, DHC
The unconscious mind is very powerful. It is also willing to give us what we ask for, if we ask properly.
We can think of the unconscious mind as being childlike in some ways. It is very literal minded and like a child best understands uncomplicated instructions. So, simply worded commands and suggestions tend to much more effective...
Editor's Note: If you are not getting the results you desire from self-hypnosis, here are some very useful tips.
by Anne Eyres
Hypnosis happens when we daydream, or when we “go into trance” where the conscious mind switches off for a while and allows that peaceful state of just being. It’s those unconscious thoughts that relay messages, the thoughts that ‘pop up’, as we leave the house: “is the iron switched off, have I locked the back door?...”
Editor's Note: I first met Ann through a friend of mine who was interested in any technique to quieten her mind in order to take advantage of her developing intuition. Ann suggested self hypnosis as a way of 'removing' her conscious mind for a moment or two - allowing my friend's intuition to shine through. You too, can benefit from self hypnosis if you find your analytical mind is 'too' powerful at times, more so when reading tarot, number, interpreting dreams, etc.
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