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Learn more about hypnosis with these fascinating articles. This section is devoted to topics informing you about hypnosis, past life regression and related issues through articles and case histories from our own editorial staff and the Hypnotic World community.
Not all stress is bad, it can serve as a much-needed motivator to complete tasks and reach our goals.
However if stress is neglected, it can have a negative impact on your mind and body, as well as your life.
We all respond to stress in different ways, and many health problems can be attributed to psychological imbalances. Because of this, learning how to manage your stresses will lead to not only a healthier mind, but also a healthier body.
Major life changes such as moving house, divorce, changing job, bereavement or even going on holiday have been listed as stress-triggering events and will affect each of us differently.
New Year’s Eve is on the horizon, and as we all know, this is often accompanied with resolutions made with the best of intentions that are difficult to keep.
Only a small number of us will actually experience success and continue with new behaviour patterns past January.
We may decide to start on a healthy regime of exercising and losing weight and to start off with, our motivation is high – only for us to lapse at the first sign of temptation or stress. The same applies to stopping smoking, quitting alcohol and so on. What’s going on here?
A few weeks ago in November we held two workshops, a practical training workshop and a marketing workshop. A huge thank you to everyone who joined us!
On the Saturday for the practical workshop, Faith gave hypnotic demonstrations and attendees practiced inductions, testing how susceptable subjects were to hypnosis, effective hypnosis language patterns, ideomotor signals and more. We also had a special guest - one of our students had travelled all the way from the Falkland Islands and combined her holiday with the workshop tutorial so a big thanks to Carol and we hope to meet her again when she's next over here. We were also joined by our volunteer, Stephanie, who helped by taking part in a past life regression session to give students an idea of how sessions can be carried out. It was great hearing Stephanie's feedback, as well as discussions by other attendees who shared their own past life regression experiences.
How can Mind Power help us to achieve goals? Quite simply, we tend to get what we focus on. If anything in this life is achievable then by directing Mind Power it can be achieved. But first we have to BELIEVE that we can achieve.
If I want to do something and I tell myself I can't do it, then I will fail. Unless, by a small chance something miraculous happens to put my goal in my path. And even then, I may fail if I don't believe I can succeed.
But when I tell myself, 'yes I CAN do this' - 'it is a certainty that I can SUCCEED' - then I am already half way up the mountain. The summit will be reached by work and determination but knowing it can be reached makes that journey easy and enjoyable.
November, 2016 UK training workshops for hypnotherapists.
What happens when you hypnotize doctors, writers and teachers to forget the one skill that they take for granted?
Q. What is hypnosis?
Hypnosis is a state of altered awareness during which our subconscious mind is more open and receptive to suggestions that are given. We drift in and out of different levels of awareness many times a day, absorbing information on a subliminal level as well as a conscious one. Your hypnotherapist will work with your imagination to help you to achieve your goals.
Q. How does it feel to be hypnotized?
Every person is unique and different. Some people say that their body feels like a lead weight, others say they feel as though they're floating away. Most people will agree that it's a lovely feeling because they are more relaxed that they have ever been before.
By Inspector Marx Howell, BS (Ret.)
While there are a number of similarities between the application of investigative and therapeutic hypnosis, there are distinct and important differences. This article will delineate the salient factors associated with both approaches.
The initial interview, rapport building and evaluation of the witness/victim or client/patient are similar but an investigative session is more demanding regarding the keeping of records. In an investigative session, it is imperative that all contact between the witness/victim and the hypnotist be audio and/or video recorded. While most, if not all clinicians, keep a patient file and records of contact, there is no compelling reason, in most cases, to keep an audio and/or video record of all patient contacts.
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With junk foods so easily available in the shops it's so easy to take in more calories than we need. When food was scarce we used more physical energy to actually get the food, which triggered a survival mechanism to avoid starvation.
Having less food inside us the body's metabolism slowed down in order to preserve energy; this meant less fat was burned.
Spring, 2016 UK training workshops for hypnotherapists.
A selection of resources for hypnotherapists - client forms, questionnaires and promotional material downloads.
As you go deeper and deeper into relaxation you realize that one of your strongest desires - one of your most treasured wishes - is to love and be loved in return by a partner who will love you passionately and lovingly.
You realize that for this to happen you must feel the same feelings towards each other to make that perfect partnership.
Your subconscious develops a strategy for achievement by way of visualization - visualizing what you want to achieve - your main goals, to show your Subconscious what and how you want to be and what you want to achieve in this your perfect partnership.
Your subject is lying down for this experiment. Body is relaxed and responsive to suggestions. Soft music plays in the background and a gentle voice directs the subject to be in touch with her body, as she feels the relaxation flowing down through her body.
And as the body begins to feel warm and comfortable - just imagine that you can rise above your body and float right up to the ceiling. Just float all the way up to the ceiling and back to your body again and imagine sinking deeper and deeper down into a calm and peaceful sort of feeling - a calm and peaceful sort of feeling.
Allow the flickering candle flame to guide you into a dreamy state of self hypnosis and as your mind begins to relax, observe the images that float through your inner vision.
When using candles to induce hypnosis, always make sure that you're safe and that the candle is well away from you. If you 'fall' into a hypnotic trance and knock anything, a fire could start very easily. Sit in a comfortable chair with the candle above eye level and at least three meters away from you.
In the ten years since opening Vancouver Hypnotherapy we’ve seen well over six thousand clients, many of which have come to see us specifically about their alcohol use. While once Quit Smoking was the staple sales area for hypnotherapists, Alcohol Management is fast becoming an area of interest.
I am often asked to talk to hypnotherapists about working with alcohol clients. The first thing I point out is that, like working with any addictions client, don’t be too quick to say, ‘Yes, come on into my home office…’
It is estimated that in Britain alone, 25% of all drug sales are for pain-reducing remedies (mainly Paracetamol and Ibroprofen) to help with headaches, migraine, joint and period pains, toothache, etc - many of these claiming to target specific areas.
As anyone who reads the back of a box of supermarket brand pills can attest, the ingredients are often identical across the brands - regardless of whether they cost 19p a packet or £4.99 a pack.
If there is a difference then this usually lies in the coating of the tablet, the addition of caffeine which can accelerate pain-relief or lysine which is water-soluble and speeds absorption of the pills.
How does someone get involved in hypnotherapy? How do you identify a good subject for hypnosis? This week, we interview Sandra Norman, a Spokane, WA-based hypnotherapist, about life in the profession.
1. What made you decide to become a Hypnotherapist?
I had been working for years in the Electronic industry, growing up in Silicon Valley. This line of work served its purpose until I was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 50. I recognized how powerful the mind is and how it can be influenced by both the negative and the positive. I wanted to help people overcome the negatives in their life and found hypnotherapy could assist in that.
This account was sent into Hypnotic World by one of our valued visitors. All contributions are gratefully received. The photo of the Heart Tree was taken on a trail near Molly's home - it just goes to show how love can grow in the places you least expect it to.
Hi, I am a 51 year old woman, and something unusual happened to me this spring upon meeting a gentlemen at work.
This is a great visualisation for young football enthusiasts - I used it with a 13 year old boy with lifelong enuresis and after only 5 sessions he was completely cured of a lifelong habit....
For children interested in football this can be used to improve focusing and directing the mind to achieving goals. It can be easily adapted to other sports that are of interest to the subject. Insert the name of the child's hero or role model for more impact.
"Picture yourself at a football match. You have the best seat in the stadium and it gives you a perfect view of the football pitch and all the players down there. You're wearing the colours of the team you support. It's cold but not too cold and you're comfortably wrapped up with layers and layers of clothing.