Hypnosis and NLP in the News

Meditate Like The Stars (Healthy Hollywood)

Oct 2nd, 2014 | By

What do Oprah, Katy Perry and Sir Paul McCartney have in common? Well, they all meditate. Many mega-successful folks, whether they’re actors, business moguls or musicians, take the time to calm their mind and re-charge! It’s powerful stuff! Or, says anyone who has tried it and kept up the practice. Meditation has certainly come into

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Channel 4 Presenters Convince Hoarder To Try Hypnotherapy

Oct 1st, 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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Meditation Benefits Sufferers of Anxiety and Depression

Oct 1st, 2014 | By

Meditation was once seen in the West as something for robed monks and mountain hermits. Recent scientific evidence has redefined the concept as a tool that can be integrated into a busy modern life. Regular practice of meditation has been shown to have benefits for sufferers of anxiety, depression, and stress, and can improve mental

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What You Need to Know About Hypnosis

Sep 30th, 2014 | By

The Trance That Damages Over the years, many people have asked me why I became a therapist, or more precisely, how I became a “hypno-therapist.” “Why would someone with your history be working in a field that most psychologists simply dismiss?” people enquire. How does someone with a background in science and psychology become guided

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How do I find the right therapist?

Sep 29th, 2014 | By

It’s not always easy assessing the various merits of umpteen therapists, cross-referencing qualifications, experience and specialities, while also, at the apex of a panic attack, pleading with a 999 telephonist to send an ambulance as you are ‘dying’. I have tried this. The results are less than ideal. Shopping for the right psychotherapist could turn

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Do you know these eight things about meditation?

Sep 26th, 2014 | By

MEDITATION FOR BEGINNERS Sitting meditation 1. Start with a small goal of three to five minutes. 2. Maintain a still, comfortable posture on the floor or a chair. Make sure you are comfortable. 3. Clasp fingers and cross legs. 4. Close eyes to block out direct stimulation, and try to turn off the thoughts in

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Dispelling a misconceptions surrounding hypnosis

Sep 22nd, 2014 | By

When a lot of people hear a word “hypnotist” they design an peculiar looking tiny male with a goatee on a theatre fluttering a slot watch behind and onward in front of a poor, gullible victim’s face. Then they might design that chairman removing down on all fours and barking like a dog during a

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Hypnosis can be a useful component of anti-anxiety therapy

Sep 22nd, 2014 | By

Q. Is hypnotherapy effective for universal stress and panic disorders? A. Hypnosis is not only a parlor trick. When taken seriously, it is an effective decrease technique. And some people contend it helps conduct their anxiety. Here’s how it works: You’re invited to relax. You concentration your courtesy inward. You use your imagination to change

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Being in a relationship at all times may be a bad thing

Sep 19th, 2014 | By

Have you found yourself in a relationship with somebody just to avoid being alone? Do you need to have someone constantly by your side to share your life in order to feel whole? Perhaps you’ve never heard of it, but you could be suffering from Anuptaphobia, the fear of being single, defined as a persistent,

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Altering Negative Self-Images

Sep 15th, 2014 | By

The images that we retain in our mind’s eye can fall anywhere between incredibly positive and horribly negative. Our horrible images are usually severe, exaggerated, and very negative in content. The trick is to literally reduce or shrink the negative images in size (i.e., form) and replace them with images that are grand in form

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