Hypnosis and NLP in the News

Channel 4 Presenters Convince Hoarder To Try Hypnotherapy

Aug 18th, 2014 | By
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A hoarder who clogged his house with thousands of CDs, magazines and TV memorabilia has turned to a hypnotherapist in order to control his problem. Lab technician Barry Phillips was put forward to appear on Channel 4 hoarding documentary ‘Get Your House In Order’ due to his uncontrollable collecting habit. Thisisstaffordshire.co.uk report that the 42-year-old

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Ask a Midwife: What is hypnobirthing?

Aug 14th, 2014 | By

Natal hypnotherapy uses a healthy state of hypnosis, low decrease and a appetite of idea to raise your pregnancy and birth experience. Using hypnosis, we daub into a subconscious – this is a partial of your mind that is obliged for all your corporeal functions including your heart rate, hormone prolongation and rejecting system, as

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16 Essentials of Mindlessness Meditation

Aug 13th, 2014 | By

“Mindfulness” is everywhere. On the cover of Time; in the New York Times Magazine; in the halls of Congress; in elementary schools and hospitals; in the Marines, pro basketball, movies and TV. Mindfulness meditation — watching your thoughts, feelings and sensations as they arise and pass without judging them — is a beautiful thing. I

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Does hypnotherapy unequivocally work?

Aug 12th, 2014 | By

Hypnotherapy can change your mindset to assistance we flog a nasty habit, though that’s not where a advantages end. Caitlyn Davey tries it out. With a arise of luminary ‘hypnotists’ including TV star Derren Brown and self-help guru and author Paul McKenna, (previously a BBC Radio 1 DJ), hypnotism is increasingly apropos a go-to diagnosis

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How Can Hypnotherapy Help You Deal With Anxiety?

Aug 11th, 2014 | By

With a lot of stress and pressure around in our daily lives, some amount of anxiety is something that is quite common now. However, this can become intrusive and hindering for some people and may even go out of control. These people are often diagnosed with the disorder called anxiety. Anxiety is becoming a big

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Hypnosis Helps More Women Experience Natural Childbirth

Aug 10th, 2014 | By

Living in an era of pre-booked c-sections, virtually from the time of conception, natural birthing researcher, editor and registered midwife, Sandra Spence, is witnessing a global movement to bring back natural birthing with hypnosis. In 1958 hypnotherapy was recognized as a valid medical procedure by the American Medical Association. Many of people these days know

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How Chronic Stress Causes Mental Health Disorders

Aug 9th, 2014 | By

Researchers from the University of California, Berkeley have found that people who suffer from chronic stress may experience long-term changes in their brain that makes them more prone to mood disorders and anxiety. Associate professor of integrative biology Daniela Kaufer and a team of researchers have studied the hippocampus, which is the area of the

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Mindfulness meditation can cut chocolate cravings

Aug 8th, 2014 | By

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Looking to cut cravings? A recent study suggests the key may be attaining a sense of detachment from them through a form of meditation with roots in Buddhism. Practicing mindfulness meditation, which emphasizes identifying and distancing oneself from certain thoughts – without judging them – weakened chocolate cravings among people

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Loeb Extols Yoga, ‘Meditation, Contemplation’

Apr 7th, 2014 | By

The recipients of Daniel Loeb’s more fire-breathing letters, or the targets of his tartest put-downs, might not sense much inner peace in the Third Point founder. But Loeb yesterday credited his spirituality for some of his success. “Meditation, contemplation—it’s not just for monks and hermits,” Loeb told the American Enterprise Institute. Loeb made the comments

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Mindful meditation series: good for mind and body

Apr 4th, 2014 | By

After a successful pilot launch in the Cornell Law School and the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management last semester, a guided Mindfulness Meditation program is now available to faculty, staff and students across campus. In its first three weeks, sessions have drawn more than 100 participants. The number of facilitators and the number

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