Hypnosis and NLP in the News

Channel 4 Presenters Convince Hoarder To Try Hypnotherapy

Nov 23rd, 2015 | By

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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Yoga, meditation could improve mind-machine communication: study

Oct 21st, 2014 | By

People who practice yoga and meditation may be able to control computers with their minds more efficiently and effectively than those who don’t, according to a very small study by biomedical engineers at the University of Minnesota. An example of one such machine would be Neurobridge, a device that made history by allowing 23-year-old Ian

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‘Pull teeth regulating trance to retard pain’

Oct 20th, 2014 | By

Hypnosis could assistance cut time spent in entertainment and on wards, reducing a cost of care, according to hypnotherapist Sharon Waxkirsh. Ms Waxkirsh, who works in St John’s Wood, said: “I consider every hospital should have a hypnotherapist on staff. It has the potential to save a NHS millions of pounds each year and get people out of sanatorium many

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Want to gain new focus? Introducing orgasmic meditation

Oct 17th, 2014 | By

Ograsmic meditation is supposed to provide the benefits of mediation AND orgasm. Introducing OM–orgasmic meditation–a form of mental awakening based on the therapeutic benefits of orgasm. Sorry guys, this one is just for the ladies; OM involves 15 minutes of clitoris stroking in a non-sexual way by a partner with the goal of flooding the

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20 expert tips to beat stress

Oct 16th, 2014 | By

You cannot spend your life without facing stress. Stress is a normal and natural element in life and many people find it enjoyable to use their stress to overcome physical, intellectual and social challenges. Extending yourself in this way helps to keep you healthy, active, and young as long as you also know how to

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Meditation: Getting to the Heart of the Matter

Oct 15th, 2014 | By

Periodically in my meditation and mindfulness classes, I’m asked why I practice these activities. And, while I don’t usually like to speak about my own practice, so as not to unduly influence the opinions of others, I understand that it can be encouraging and reassuring to hear about other people’s experiences. For me, it comes

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Use of Hypnotherapy in Surgery

Oct 14th, 2014 | By

The last decade or two has witnessed an alternate form of therapy gaining a lot of popularity in the medical fraternity. This alternate therapy is hypnotherapy, which has gained a lot of popularity in the West and is also catching up in India. One of the very important areas in the medical space where the

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Can trance assistance we mangle those diseased habits?

Oct 13th, 2014 | By

Can coma assistance we keep resolutions like quitting smoking or staying on your diet? Maybe, yet it’s not magic.(Photo: Christopher Furlong Getty Images) Amy Lavieri’s New Year’s fortitude for 2013 was to finally remove a additional weight she’d been carrying for a decade. She’d regularly unsuccessful during diets and gym memberships, so a Watertown, Mass.,

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How Can Hypnotherapy Help Achieve Goals Faster

Oct 10th, 2014 | By

Do we mostly feel a vigour of achieving goals and mostly not means to grasp them or miss a proclivity for it? When we consider of goals, does a fear of goals mostly cocktail adult in your mind? Well if that mostly happens to you, hypnotherapy can be a resolution for we to change that.

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Meditation can help young cancer survivors

Oct 9th, 2014 | By

Researchers at the University of Montreal, has suggested that mindfulness-based meditation could lessen some symptoms associated with cancer in teens. Catherine Malboeuf-Hurtubise of the university’s Department of Psychology and her team asked 13 adolescents with cancer to complete questionnaires covering mood (positive and negative emotions, anxiety and depression), sleep and quality of life. The group

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