New Series: Hypnosis For Moving Through Illness

If you are reading this blog chances are that you have heard that hypnosis can be helpful to you and your loved ones in one way or another. Perhaps you have heard that hypnosis can help you manage pain or help you sleep better, relax, learn better, or even lose weight. Hypnosis has been used to transform bad habits such as smoking, eating unhealthy foods, or biting your fingernails, into good ones such as saying thank you, exercising, taking better care of yourself and being more aware of what you need to do for yourself. It can help you increase your focus and improve your performance in everything from your job to your family life, or even your golf game.

After years of experience, research, and observation I have learned that during times of illness or injury there are seven main areas of concern: managing fear, maximizing your treatment potential, dealing with your emotions, bolstering your immune system, optimizing your sleep, managing your pain, and possibly preparing for surgery. Hypnosis can help with all of these areas. Even if you have fear or anxiety about the future or an illness or treatment, that too can be eliminated with hypnosis.

What hypnosis can do during times of serious illness is heal the mind’s relationship to the prognosis and help the patient feel peace and comfort. It can help the person concentrate on important matters such as getting their affairs and close relationships in order. Although hypnosis cannot physically heal a person’s body, it can give them the ability to take care of their needs in a positive and loving way. So the body might not heal, but the patient will gain physical, mental, and emotional comfort with the use of hypnosis.

I have written a new book called, “Hypnosis for Moving Through Illness,” that covers the seven main areas of concern and much more. In addition, I have recorded an entire self-hypnosis series that coincides with all of the topics in the book.

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Over the next few weeks I will be posting a series of blogs based on my book. This collection of blogs will touch on many issues associated with moving through illness. Lasting change comes when you bypass the conscious mind and work in the space that creates your habits and personality: the place where your emotions originate. Your subconscious mind is what has programmed you to be you, and that includes your state of wellness.

June 24, 2013

What is hypnosis?

Hypnosis is a state of related but focused concentration during which the subconscious mind allows and accepts suggestions for change. Brain scans have recently been used to observe the activity that occurs in the brain, turning hypnosis. These scans are being performed by the medical establishment to explain why hypnosis is so very effective. If you have ever been so focused on TV, a movie or even driving, that you lost all track of and everything else around you, you have been in a state of hypnosis. All types of habits and behaviors can be eliminated, changed or improved through hypnosis. All that is necessary is a sincere desire for change.
Can anyone be hypnotized?
Almost everyone can be hypnotized. However, you must allow yourself to experience gnosis. Because it feels like relaxation, many people do not feel as though they have been hypnotized at all.

Will I lose control in any way during hypnosis?
No. You control whether you enter into hypnosis, which suggestions your subconscious mind accepts, and you also have the ability to bring yourself out of hypnosis anytime you choose. You maintain your free will and will not say or do anything in the gnosis that you would not do in a waking state.

Will I remember what you said during the session?
Most people hear every word that is said by the therapist and remember the content of the session.

 

Will you make me quack like a duck?

Not unless you want to! In order for suggestions to enter your subconscious mind. They must bypass the “critical factor.” This part of the brain decides whether or not, your subconscious mind will allow that particular thought to become part of your belief system. Therefore, you can only be attached to make the changes that you truly desire.

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