I have a friend with fibroids in the walls of her uterus. She is reluctant to go through with the surgery because it will negatively affect her ability to have children. Is there any imagery that might help her? Mind-Body HealingI don’t know if this will help your friend with her situation, but here’s the German

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What had drawn me into hypnosis in the first place was a fascination with the healing power of the Mind.  So, imagine how thrilled I was to have the opportunity to experience regression hypnotherapy with the legendary Stephen Parkhill.  Stephen Parkhill, author of Answer Cancer, claims to have cured cancer with hypnosis. Pretty bold claim, huh? Parkhill

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A couple of years ago I was having a conversation with a psychologist who admitted Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) was only partially successful with the phobia cases he worked with.  He wanted to know how a case of claustrophobia could be completely resolved with hypnotherapy.  As I shared the following experience he took copious notes. I explained

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Regression hypnosis often takes the client back into the womb.  What you will discover there is that our most basic programming begins before birth.  The developing fetus is not merely a ‘baby on board’ awaiting delivery.  It is a sentient being, absorbing and responding to information from its environment. According to the latest research, our expectations

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Is hypnosis a one-hit wonder, dog and pony show?  Is it merely about temporarily getting rid of an unwanted behaviour? The drug of choice might be food or cigarettes (two issues hypnosis has been shown to be highly effective in helping with.)  It might be an addiction to alcohol, marijuana, or crack cocaine.  Or gambling, internet

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Freud believed that depression was anger turned inward.  He believed that this anger stemmed from childhood trauma and unresolved conflicts that were hiding under many layers of defensive mechanisms such as denial. You’ll find that anger often accompanies depression because the person feels trapped and victimized by their own inadequacies. This leads to self-contempt and obsessive

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When the monks received word that the Burmese army was headed their way, they were concerned that the almost ten foot high Golden Buddha that graced the shrine would fall victim to looting. To protect their cherished Buddha, they covered the statue with 8 to 12 inches of clay. When the invading army arrived they had

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The purpose of educating your clients about how the Mind works is to prepare them for where you’re going to ask them to go.  You’re going to be asking the client to regress into painful events from the past. Educating your clients beforehand can help to remove a lot of resistance to “going there” simply by

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