Can Hypnotism Help You Sleep?

Of the many types of mind-body medicine, few are as misunderstood as hypnosis. Because of the unfavorable ways that it has frequently been portrayed in movies and TV, many people have preconceived notions about hypnotism.

The truth is that hypnotism has demonstrated medical benefits and can unlock the power of the mind to improve both mental and physical health. Rather than a strange or eccentric practice, it is instead conducted by trained professionals who can harness this technique to create long-term positive outcomes.

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The Best Therapy You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

Without a doubt our thoughts exist in some kind of form, and in a real way. The term Thought Field Therapy is most appropriate to what we are doing.

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“I Tried Hypnosis for Insomnia. Then My Skin Cleared Up.”

Written by: Sarah Ban

I don’t understand it, either, but I’m not complaining.

As a freelance writer, I often have chaotic periods where I have tons of projects and deadlines going on at once. A few months ago, I had multiple assignments with some big names in beauty, and I was feeling excited (getting work is always good when you’re a freelancer) and anxious at the same time. A never-ending checklist whizzed through my mind day and night—especially at night when my head hit the pillow. After five straight weeks of relentless tossing and turning, I was ready to try anything to get to sleep. I’d tried taking hot baths, taking sleep supplements, and applying lavender balm on my temples, but nothing worked. I spent hours every night staring at my bedroom ceiling, analyzing every detail of my life. And so, in a last-resort attempt to quiet my overactive mind, I ended up on a hypnotist’s chair.

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Celebrities who have used or use Hypnosis

People seem to have an insatiable appetite for reading about celebrities. There are more and more stories in the press about people in the public eye who have turned to hypnosis to help them. One of the things that often shows how famous people are slightly different from the rest of us, is something that you may not have considered before….It’s simply that they are not afraid to ask for help. They know that we cannot do everything for ourselves and so looking for assistance with a problem is something that comes very naturally to them.

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Understanding NLP – Part 3

This is the third and final installment of a 3 part course on understanding NLP. The Meta-Model.

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Has Hypnosis Finally Been Vindicated by Neuroscience?

Considering its origin story, it’s not so surprising that hypnosis and serious medical science have often seemed at odds. The man typically credited with creating hypnosis, albeit in a rather primitive form, is Franz Mesmer, a doctor in 18th-century Vienna. (Mesmer, mesmerize. Get it?)

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Understanding NLP – Part 2

Part 2 of a series of 3: A brief overview of the Meta-Model. Sensory Acuity, Mirroring/Matching, Predicates, and Anchors will be briefly explained.

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Understanding NLP – Part 1

Part 1 of a series of 3: An overview of NLP, Representational Systems, Major Presuppositions and Eye Accessing Cues.

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How Hypnosis Works

Can Hypnosis help you THRIVE?

The real key to creating the person you want to become is to visualize yourself that way (when mind and body are relaxed) which creates a positive self-image.

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