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Clinical Hypnosis (Hypnotherapy)
Sacred Hypnosis by Harold Wijetunge
The Science of Hypnosis
How does hypnosis work? This post shall discuss the difference between the conscious/unconscious mind and how verbal suggestion can be used to obtain therapeutic results. To understand how hypnosis works and how verbal suggestion can make therapeutic ch…
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Clinical Hypnosis (Hypnotherapy)
Sumit Maurya
Narcissistic Abuse: Understanding and Overcoming its Devastating Effects
Narcissistic abuse can leave deep emotional scars and affect a victim’s daily life. It causes feelings of fear, anxiety, and shame and can lead to negative patterns of behavior and toxic relationships. However, it’s essential to remember that healing from…
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Clinical Hypnosis (Hypnotherapy)
Rupert Missick
Hypnotherapy and Trauma
It’s a sad commentary on humanity that many advancements in medicine were developed or perfected because of war. Blood transfusions, the use of antibiotics, anaesthesia even the development of chemotherapy for cancer treatment are among them. Some advanc…
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Clinical Hypnosis (Hypnotherapy)
Lizzy Robbins
Shadow Work and Hypnotherapy: The Perfect Match
What is shadow work? Shadow work is when we take a look inside at whatever feels uncomfortable, whatever not nice things we are feeling or telling ourselves or projecting onto others and rather than stuffing it or ignoring it we simply acknowledge it. Th…
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Clinical Hypnosis (Hypnotherapy)
Lizzy Robbins
The Myths and Facts of Hypnotherapy
The most common myths you have probably heard: 1) You must be mentally weak to be hypnotized. False! The hypnotic state is a natural state of existence. It is that comfortable, peaceful state you experience right before falling asleep and upon waking o…
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Clinical Hypnosis (Hypnotherapy)
Lizzy Robbins
Shadow Work and Hypnotherapy: The Perfect Match
What is shadow work? Shadow work is when we take a look inside at whatever feels uncomfortable, whatever not nice things we are feeling or telling ourselves or projecting onto others and rather than stuffing it or ignoring it we simply acknowledge it. Th…
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Clinical Hypnosis (Hypnotherapy)
Aiden Lottering
What is Courage
*Courage (From Latin word cor meaning heart): Original definition when it first came into the English language was to tell the story of who you are with your whole heart. * To be ourselves is probably one of the hardest things we can do. We have a fear o…
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Clinical Hypnosis (Hypnotherapy)
Susan Woods
Hypnotherapy and The Transitional State
Imagine a magician performing on a stage. Many times he performs where he controls a person and makes him acts upon his commands. How often have you questioned yourself about the same? If you are linking it to Hypnosis then you are almost correct. But ho…
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Clinical Hypnosis (Hypnotherapy)
Susan Woods
Things You Need To Know Before Trying Hypnosis
We have seen hypnotists portrayed in films, as they swing gold pocket watches and whisper,“You’re getting sleepy. Very sleepy.” Regardless of the fact that it can appear a little frightening, or like some kind of magic, the manner hypnosis works is really…
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Clinical Hypnosis (Hypnotherapy)
Core Spirit Ratings
TOP-5 CORE SPIRIT BEST practitioners, July 2020
We score our practitioners according to their activity: including published articles, added services and provided videos for Сore Spirit recovery marathon. The best (most active) practitioners of this month are: 1. Linda J Newby, PhD Linda is an author …
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Clinical Hypnosis (Hypnotherapy)
Demi Powell
Meditation & Hypnotherapy – Choose what works for You
Tried meditation and didn’t like it? Just not the type to commit to daily sessions for the rest of your life? You might be able to tap some of the same rewards with hypnosis. Some people just don’t get meditation. The devotion, the time commitment: Medit…
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Clinical Hypnosis (Hypnotherapy)
Susan Woods
How hypnotherapy could help with Menopause
Like many women going through the menopause, marketing director Amanda Jones often suffered hot flushes at the worst possible moment. At one crucial business meeting last year, she felt so hot and sweaty that she had to nip to the loo and dry her hair wi…
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Clinical Hypnosis (Hypnotherapy)
Susan Woods
Confessions of a hypnotherapist
A pocket watch sits neatly in his crisply ironed vest pocket, as if ready to be whipped out to send people into a trance. But hypnotherapist Lee McKing, 28, laughs when asked about it. He tells The New Paper on Sunday: “It is all for show. I don’t even …
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Clinical Hypnosis (Hypnotherapy)
Demi Powell
Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy Blog
As a hypnotist, I often teach workshops on self-hypnosis and meditation at yoga centers, and some participants have asked if there are similarities and relationships between hypnosis and yoga. Usually, someone in the group points out that hypnosis seems s…
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