I am working with a client who suffers from anxiety.  After several weeks she doesn’t seem to be getting any better.  She tells me that she feels like she is in a dark hole and that it is going to take time to come out of it.  Any attempts to work on past hurts or

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I have a client with an issue that should be relatively easy to resolve IF I can get him into a deep hypnotic state. He’s very motivated, extremely intelligent, and quite analytical – the type of person who sets goals and invariably achieves them. He really wants me to help him overcome his problem.  The

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How much time interval should there be between the first and second hypnotherapy session when the first session not very productive?  Normally, during the first session, the client will achieve some new understanding and clarity. Allowing a week interval between sessions then helps the client to process the inner changes going on. But what if the

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The biggest problem we face as one-on-one therapists (as opposed to running seminars and teaching groups) is that we help people so quickly that we need ongoing referrals to stay in business.  Unlike Massage Therapists, Acupuncturists, or Kinesiologists, who can schedule their clients for ongoing sessions, once we have succeeded in helping our clients resolve

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In Part 1, we looked at the following five factors that you’ll find in your hypnosis sessions when you regress into events involving abuse. The Child is dependent There’s anger. Abuse isn’t always bad. Guilt and shame get attached. Forgiveness is the healing. What follows immediately after an event of abuse is emotional upheaval. There’s

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Hypnosis has been defined as by-pass of the Critical Faculty of the Mind. The Critical Faculty or Critical Function of the Mind has been described as a semi-permeable barrier that exists between the Conscious and Subconscious levels of mind.  By-passing the Critical Faculty gives us access to the Subconscious level of Mind where we can create

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The body naturally releases energy trapped in the nervous system.  Hypnosis is just one of those conditions where that can happen unexpectedly.  But if you don’t know how to manage the energy, it can be scary … for both you and your client. The 4 Universal Healing steps will make managing the process in hypnosis sessions

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I have had clients “come undone” during the pre-hypnosis intake process, during the hypnotic induction phase, and immediately after dropping into a scene during regression hypnosis.   So what do you do when it happens?  Realize that some clients are carrying a heavy load of unprocessed emotions inside that can surface in sessions.    As a

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Myoclonic Shaking is something every hypnotherapist should know about because sooner or later it’s going to happen in one of your sessions. They just don’t teach you about this in hypnosis school.  But you need to know how to handle it when it does. What is myoclonic shaking? MYOCLONUS refers to muscle twitches. Most people experience

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People who are really anxious are sometimes called “spinny.”  Their minds are spinning all the time and so is their energy.  Anxiety is a common state.  And as a hypnosis practitioner you help clients to change their state. With Regression Hypnotherapy you can change the memory of an event by changing how it feels.  That’s because

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