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World Hypnotism Day is observed in recognition of Dr Jack Gibson, Irish surgeon who performed over 4,000 procedures using hypnosis as an alternative to anaesthetic and later spent much of his career using hypnotherapy to treat mental health conditions.

Hypnotic Anaesthesia

In addition to celebrating Dr Gibson’s work, the day emphasises that hypnosis is not about mind control, and strongly wishes to dispel people’s fears and misconceptions that they could somehow be forced to behave in a way that might cause them to look or feel foolish or even be potentially harmful.

This day creates an opportunity to invite people, to be fully assured that we do in fact go through various stages of hypnosis several times throughout our life, each and every day – even while we’re driving!


Stage Hypnotist

We’re all familiar with the term micro-sleep, that sensation we get when we’re driving, having covered quite large distances with no memory of having made the journey.  Our brain is in the same relaxed state as hypnosis, both as we drift off to sleep and just as we are awakening; and most commonly is in that wonderfully relaxed state as we doze off in front of the telly.

Hypnosis Doctor

The truth is, hypnotism is an extremely powerful tool and proven to be one of the most efficient processes for effecting positive personal change.  When applied with the teachings of the likes of Dr Bruce Lipton and Dr Joe Dispenza as a way to heal the physical body and even re-assign the genetic expression of genes to eradicate and even prevent such diseases as cancer, diabetes, heart disease, Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s all once thought to be incurable.


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With that in mind, there is enormous potential to help eradicate all manner of sickness and disease, even those completely misunderstood or considered inherited and therefore beyond our control.  The application of hypnotherapy for healing, health and wellness are infinite for everything from anxiety to infertility – the possibilities are endless.  And it is all the skill of the practitioner to direct the client to use the power of his/her own mind to achieve their desired results.

As individuals we are no longer a victim of circumstance, bad luck or faulty genetics – we literally have the power to affect our DNA at a cellular level from deep within our subconscious mind.


Sport Hypnosis

Who’s using hypnosis? Anybody who’s anybody, these days.  Elite athletes have long known of the winning edge that can be achieved, not through harder training, but through the power of employing their own mind to visualise their desired results long before they step onto the field.  Actors are also well versed in utilising the skills of hypnosis to achieve everything from overcoming nerves, helping to memorise lines, prepare for a difficult role, shed weight or to really connect with fellow actors in character to deliver a more authentic performance. The medical field, as mentioned turns to hypnosis as a completely all-natural, drug-free, non-invasive alternative to anaesthetic for all manner of medical procedures, even mind -blowingly – deep brain surgery  (no pun intended!).  And of course we are well aware of the use of hypnosis in dealing with compulsive type behaviours.


Celebrity Hypnosis

Whatever your background, whatever your pre-conceived ideas of hypnosis – World Hypnosis Day 4th January – is the day to really get to know what’s what “and listen to our now awakening sixth sense” – Henry Reed.

For more information on how hypnotherapy can help unlock the mysteries of your subconscious mind and free you to achieve all manner of success book a free exploratory consultation by clicking here.




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Get Programmed for Success and make 2020 your year of plenty!

Make 2020 Your Year Of Plenty! 1“Don’t waste time making meaningless New Year’s resolutions… and then spending another year beating yourself up because you couldn’t follow them through!”

Whether you want to improve your health and fitness, manage your weight, beat an addiction, overcome depression & anxiety,attract more money and wealth into your life or create loving, meaningful relationships… For fast and permanent results, Hypnotherapy is the answer!  In as little as one session, have your mind re-wired to eliminate everything holding you back from your heart’s desires.  Be “re-programmed” to think and act like the person you really want to be!


This is YOUR YEAR to make your dreams come true!

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Have the health and fitness you really want.  Become more motivated to make healthier choices for your body, mind and spirit. Make health and fitness a normal, natural part of your every day life. Program your mind to think and direct you to act like a fit and healthy person… all day, every day – for the rest of your life!

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Achieve your weight goals this year and take charge of managing your weight for life-long confidence and comfort in your own skin!


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Have money and wealth – discover the limiting beliefs that run in the background like a computer virus – depriving you of the financial success that you want and deserve. Learn how to think and act like a rich person, without ending up in the poor house.  Change the way you think and feel about money – if you think it’s the root of all evil, it will be – learn how to make it your greatest friend and ally.  Be guided to how you can make your money work for you, so that you can enjoy the benefits of all that you have!

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Career Success.  Achieve your highest potential in your chosen field – no matter what that is! Uncover effective ways to overcoming any barrier between you and your ultimate goals; whether it’s increased confidence, effective public speaking, improved communication skills – Be the boss!

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Thrive in loving relationships. Attract people who are a perfect fit for you. Find that special someone who always has your best interests as a priority… and inspires you to do the same.  Learn how to trust your instincts to know if he/she is “the one”.  Grow and develop in confidence and self-esteem and be empowered to set healthy boundaries.

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Create a life of peace and serenity  – overcome  depression and anxiety and make happiness your new normal.  Wake each morning looking forward to the day – learn how to let go of stress, worry, fear and anger.  Become empowered to live life on your terms and find your greatest joy with authentic peace and contentment in your heart. 


Don’t let another year go by wishing, “if only…”

Give Hypnotherapy  & (RTT™) with Roberta a go in January 2020  and get 3 free coaching sessions (valued over $200).


For an obligation free call to find out how you can really start to enjoy your life in 2020 CLICK HERE .


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Everything that’s been holding you back in life!





Hypnotherapy is the #1 Shortcut to effective Anger Management.  

Releasing The Inner Child

Unlike talk therapy which is great for getting people to talk about their problems, Hypnotherapy helps the person to identify the root cause of their anger whilst in a perfectly calm and relaxed state.  While “asleep” the client is guided to unlock the subconscious mind and discover what types of situations might trigger an angry response – and why.  Hypnosis allows the client’s thought patterns to be “re-programmed” to be less re-active and more pro-active in relation to different situations; re-directing the neural pathways in the brain, freeing the person to remain unperturbed by many of life’s stresses.  Hypnotherapy is a fast, effective way for people to stop feeling the discomfort of their anger and be liberated to live a happy, healthy life.

What is Anger?


Anger is an emotional response to something we perceive as a threat – a threat to our life, our safety, our sanity, our well-being… Ironically, we view the angry person as threatening.  If we’re angry, our survival mechanism has been triggered – it’s connected to our fight or flight response to stress – in Anger’s case, it’s “fight” – so, it’s an impulse for self-preservation.  When we are “pushed” into a state of fear – anger arises as a conscious decision to not be afraid, and drive away the threat we perceive.

“In one respect, anger is a good thing. “




Mostly, we are afraid of Anger.  It’s one of the most daunting emotions.  Socially, anger is frowned upon and made wrong – because it is often expressed through aggression. Angry behaviour is the cause of conflict, and it is perceived to demonstrate a lack of self-control. Picture the toddler throwing a tantrum in the shopping centre… a distressing sight… we judge the child to be a spoilt brat… and we judge the parent for not being in control of the child.  The truth is, the child has no idea why he/she is angry, but it is most definitely rooted in fear.  It might be a fear of missing out, or a fear of being abandoned, for example.


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An angry dog might seem aggressive, but it is usually acting in defence, to what it perceives as a threat.  It might be defending it’s territory or it’s family.  It’s own safety might feel compromised, triggering an “angry” outburst.  Angry people are very much the same – they are actually acting defensively… but with a show of aggression.  We demonise anger as bad or wrong because anger can hurt people and hurting someone is bad or wrong. Therefore, we judge the angry person to be bad or wrong and often punish or reprimand them in response to angry behaviour.


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We believe angry people need to be punished in order to modify their behaviour.  We reject and isolate people who have acted aggressively in response to their anger, presumably to protect others, but pushing them into a state of powerlessness and vulnerability – incites more anger to help push them out of the fear that underlies the anger.  If you ask an angry person what they’re angry about – they can give you a hundred reasons, but if you ask them what they’re afraid of, they’re often not aware it’s fear motivating them to become angry.


“Anger is an emotion, and it’s a valid one; we need to understand, that the angry person needs to be supported emotionally, rather than punished and rejected.  If we stop demonising anger – especially in children – we will see less aggression and put an end to domestic violence.”



It is the angry person’s responsibility to learn to deal with their anger, but they often don’t know how.  Because we’ve been taught that anger is bad, people have become very clever at suppressing and hiding their anger for years or even decades.  Suppressed anger may either erupt violently or if it remains in the body it can cause chemical changes in cells that may lead to cancer or other serious illness.  If you’re becoming angry at things that wouldn’t normally bother you, definitely seek help.



Angry Wife

Obviously, if you’re confronted by someone in a rage, your first priority is your own safety.  Remove yourself and any children in your care from the situation immediately.  By making an empowered decision to protect yourself, you’re not taking the role of victim – minimising your chances of also becoming angry – and further, you’re not allowing a situation where the other person has to assume the role of perpetrator – which they’re already uncomfortable being.

In crisis situation ring triple zero (000) in Australia. For support contact Lifeline on 131114, the White Ribbon Foundation or the Reach Out Program



Ideally, we would be able to validate the person’s anger before there is any sign of violence or aggression. Make it OK to be angry by acknowledging that they are angry – this helps them identify the emotion within themselves.  Avoid punishing someone for being angry – especially children – because this causes them to feel bad for feeling the way they feel – this triggers feelings of powerlessness and a sense of fear to which they will eventually respond to with more anger.  If possible, ask what they believe is making them angry and let them know that they’re entitled to feel that way – even if they’re angry at you or some perceived slight you’ve enacted against them. Discuss different ways they may be able to express their anger constructively – like kick a ball around the back yard.

Soothing Angry Child

By supporting an angry child you are teaching him/her that their feelings are acceptable and that they, too are acceptable.  Let them know you approve of them, unconditionally – no matter what they’re feeling. For more information on how hypnotherapy can be used to help manage anger click here.  And for more information on the upcoming Anti-Bullying Program, click here.