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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.
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!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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!
“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!
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!
Achieve your weight goals this year and take charge of managing your weight for life-long confidence and comfort in your own skin!
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!
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!
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.
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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Discover Hypnotherapy as a Safe, Effective, Non-invasive, All-natural, Drug-Free Alternative Treatment For Depression and live a happy, fulfilling life.
If you’ve ever been diagnosed with Depression, you’ve probably been told it’s a medical condition caused by a chemical imbalance in the brain and if you Google it, you’ll most likely read that it’s a mental illness that can be caused by anything from genetics, brain biology, trauma, grief, difficult relationships, adverse childhood experience or extreme stress. So while Depression is one of the most common conditions with over 300 million sufferers worldwide – it is also quite possibly one of themostmisunderstood disorders of the mind.
History of Depression Treatments
Still known as “melancholy” right up to the Victorian era, it wasn’t until 1856 that depression was considered a medical condition. Ever since then the treatment for depression has been predominantly drug therapy with anti-depressant medication. More recently talk therapy including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) has been paired with the drugs as the most popular treatment – HOWEVER – there are people who have been on anti-depressant medication for decades which has many people questioning the validity of their use.
Why have I been on Anti-depressants for twenty years and still don’t feel any better?
It’s one of the questions Johann Hari, best selling author and social scientist from the UK wrote about in his book Lost Connections – Uncovering the Real Cause of Depression. He, himself suffered with depression for years and wasn’t getting any better with ever increasing doses of anti-depressant medication. Whilst no-one is dismissing the use of anti-depressants as a treatment option, there’s an ever-increasing number of people who challenge their effectiveness in actually alleviating the problem. Many, including the World Health Organisation have concluded that depression is in fact, not caused by lower levels of serotonin in the brain but is an indicator of the state of our mental health as a society.
Professor Andrew Skull of Princeton University is quoted saying that – the story about depression being caused by low serotonin levels [in other words a chemical imbalance] is “deeply misleading and unscientific” while UK Professor of Psychiatry David Healy says “that the story can’t be discredited because there was never a time when it was credited!”
Don’t settle for outdated treatments…ask more questions.
If you’ve been diagnosed with depression and have been living with the condition for years and don’t feel like you’re getting any better, start asking more questions. Look for alternative therapies, like Hypnotherapy. To put some perspective on this, the Hamilton Scale measures depression based on a number of questions and gives a rating between 0 (no depression) and 56 (severely symptomatic, suicidal). Regular meditation could lower the score by up to 8 points whereas anti-depressant medication lowers the score by around 1-2 points.
“I believe that depression is an emotional disorder more so than a mental disorder, but because they’re so closely related it gets categorised as a mental health problem – it’s often unclear which comes first since our thoughts trigger our feelings which then add meaning to our thoughts. It’s almost a never-ending cycle. I would absolutely love for people to consider this – depression is caused by not having one or more of our inherent needs met,” says Roberta.
We have inherent physical needs for air, food, water & warmth to survive, but we also have inherent emotional and psychological needs for love, belonging, senses of significance, certainty and variety as well as a need to contribute to others in order to thrive. If any one of these inherent needs are not met, we can’t thrive and in the case of our physical needs not being met, our survival is under threat. UK Professor Michael Marmont (educated here in Sydney) said, “our culture is not meeting our needs” as we become more and more isolated, by the way we live. We’re no longer tribal, we each go home to our own little box, with less and less interaction with other people, we don’t chat with the cashier at the grocery store check-out anymore, drones are delivering our pizza. You can see how this is happening and why it is getting worse as time goes on and technology improves.
In addition to not having one or more of our inherent needs met is the presence of harsh, critical words we hear in life, which in times of stress, we repeat to ourselves. For example, if our inherent need for a sense of significance is not being met, our subconscious mind will often look for an explanation for that and actually create a notion that we are not “good enough”. We then look for, (or create) evidence to back that up; not finding a suitable partner, being overlooked for a raise, etcetera. It plays over and over in our mind as a looping thought that we come to believe, which ultimately leads to depression, its very difficult to break out of that cycle without knowing how it started; that’s how hypnotherapy helps.
In Part II of this discussion, we discover how Hypnotherapy is a safe, drug-free, all natural and very effective alternative treatment for Depression. In hypnosis, you can uncover the root cause of those looping thoughts and break the cycle without the harmful side effects of drug therapy. You will also discover ways to meet your inherent needs to live a happy and fulfilling life. Alternatively, you can book a Free Discovery Call by clicking on the link below.
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