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Added by Roger / Canarydog on December 5, 2013 at 3:24pm — No Comments
So, my client who is undergoing treatment for a brain tumor shared this image with me during our latest session. I've been working with him for a couple of months now, helping him address nausea, sleep and stress issues related to his treatment. When he arrived at my office this week, he was grinning hugely and couldn't wait to show the latest portrait of the cancer, which he has named "Pete" after his favorite childhood song, Puff the Magic Dragon. (Hey, memory is faulty!)
As he was…Continue
Added by Kelley Woods on December 5, 2013 at 8:26am — No Comments
Added by Michael Ellner on December 4, 2013 at 4:17am — No Comments
Ever feel like your mind is an army of hungry butterflies in a 1000 acre field of flowers? I sure do. I found an article this morning that compared caffeine with blue light for helping with butterfly/puppy brain. I thought it was rather funny that when I stumbled upon this article I also…Continue
Added by Lisa B on December 3, 2013 at 10:00am — No Comments
“Forgive and Forget”
To Err is Human BUT to Forgive is Super Human….
This phrase we often use it in our daily life, But do we actually implement it? Do we actually Forgive and forget things, People which are not important in our life?
To forgive is the utmost process, your freeing yourself from a burden you carrying on you, without your knowing.
How would you know that you have actually forgiven someone?
You will think of that person or talk about him/…
Added by Durrat Motiwala on December 3, 2013 at 7:02am — No Comments
How many of us thought that was nonsense after a couple of minutes?
"I can deal this by my own" we thought... "I don't need any help, I am…
Simon Cowell of the X Factor has referred a teen contestant, Tamera Foster, to hypnotherapy so that she can remember the lyrics to songs. Hypnotherapy works wonders for stage fright and for memory.
For hypnotherapists, this is a great…Continue
Added by Aisha Kessler on December 2, 2013 at 9:15am — No Comments
In (H)NLP we look at change work as being a process that occurs in the space between the coach and the client. We can think of this as a blended metaphoric space. The client more often than not will unconsciously place things around themselves in this space. They will place memories, the problem, and their outcomes around themselves. The client may physically do this through hand gestures or they may be a bit more subtle and do it through eye movements or body shifts.
If I were to…Continue
Added by Jess Marion on November 29, 2013 at 5:51pm — No Comments
Angels We Have Heard on High~The Piano Guys
I did this to the first candidate called Pam, to my complete amazement as I said the magic word sleep, giving her a simultaneous tweak with my hand on her neck she went down in to hypnosis. It actually felt like I had hit her with an electric cattle prod. “Holy Shit, fuck fuck arolly!” I looked at the crowd and said “Shit I nearly took her head off with that one!” the crowd erupted with laughter and my confidentce grew.
As I stalked my next victim from behind,…Continue
“You can fool some of the people some of the time -- and that's enough to make a decent living.” ~ W.C. Fields
Added by James Szeles on November 27, 2013 at 4:22pm — No Comments
I keep hearing about the importance of having a specialization in hypnotherapy. Something that you are known for more than anything else you do as a hypnosis practitioner. For some people this is pain management. For others it may be phobia work or past life regression.
For a long time I was very into disaster and emergency personnel crises debriefing because my full time job was in law enforcement communications. It is a field I know well and I am still quite…Continue
Added by Lisa B on November 26, 2013 at 11:30am — No Comments
Your friend Bob says: “I can’t stand my job; everyone there hates me, but I can’t afford to leave it!”
It maybe time for Bob to find a new job, after all how can a person be expected to spend their working hours with a group of people, each and everyone of whom hates him. The money is little compensation for working with people who spend all the time insulting him, sabotaging his work, and stealing his paper clips, or whatever it is that they do. So you advise him to leave, and get a…Continue
here's a great rationalization for raising your rates, even if you're no good at hypnosis (just kidding folks). Research has shown the higher the priced placebos work more effectively at reducing pain than the cheap ones:
A 2008 study out of Duke University by behavioral economist …Continue
Sink or swim Finally the day of the race arrived, maybe sooner than expected but I felt prepared, although a bit nervous I was quitly confident. The time was now 8:20 pm and I was due on in the next ten minutes. I didn’t have any speakers or a microphone however I did have some music prepared on the bar entertainment system. Dressed in a black tuzcedo and maroom cummer bund and dicky bow I felt like the hypnotist as I prepared at home in the lounge.
I wasn’t preparing for failure I…Continue
The Godiva Chocolate Pattern, developed by Richard Bandler, transfers the strong motivation already held for one behavior (ie eating ch ocolate) into a less appealing behavior, say going to the gym or raking the yard.
It simply takes holding 2 pictures in mind (one of the thing you really feel motived to do, and the other of the behavior you are less inspired to do).…Continue
What is the physiology of success?
Does this ring a bell?
Sit up straight! Mom said. Is this just a refrain that is passed mysteriously from mother to mother, or do they know something we don’t? Think…Continue
Added by Jess Marion on November 17, 2013 at 3:10pm — No Comments