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Meditation and Cancer

Published on September 8, 2013 By Kathy

  Whenever I do a session for a client who is dealing with cancer, I also recommend to them to read the book “The Healing Journey” by O. Carl Simonton, M.D. He has a center in California who works with cancer patients who have been told “there is nothing else that we can do for […]

Layers of Consciousness

Published on March 31, 2013 By Kathy

Any time that your sense of self, the world, or time is altered, you shift into a trance. As in daydreaming, you’re still aware, but your orientation to the world has shifted. In trance, the conscious mind is not as dominant. With the conscious mind relaxed and passive, unconscious processes are free to come to the […]

Fibromyalgia Syndrome (FMS)

Published on November 18, 2012 By Kathy

According to the Mayo Clinic, “doctors don’t know what causes fibromyalgia.” Physical or emotional trauma may play a role in development of the syndrome and some evidence suggests that fibromyalgia patients have abnormal pain transmission responses. The National Institutes of Health database suggests that the disorder may possibly be caused by decreased blood flow which […]


Published on September 23, 2012 By Kathy

If you are deeply depressed, you need professional help and should see a hypnotherapist, who will ascertain the cause of your depression. Even the most intelligent person is usually unaware of the cause of his/her depression. By using regression, the hypnotherapist takes you back in your memory to the time when some traumatic event occurred […]


Published on September 9, 2012 By Kathy

Guilt is a form of self-abasement. We punish ourselves by disrupting the vital life functions of the body, inviting illness and depression. When we punish ourselves because we feel guilty about something, then we become miserable and irritable and eventually incapacitated by illness. You must understand that your actions are determined by a long series of causes and effects […]

Hypnosis and Surgery

Published on July 15, 2012 By Kathy

Here are some ways hypnosis assists patients before, during, and after surgery as well as throughout recovery: *Prior to surgery, hypnosis can reduce anticipatory fear, anxiety, and tension, and increase confidence by developing a calmer, positive state of mind. A positive attitude helps a patient participate more fully in his/her health.*Hypnotic analgesia can reduce or […]


Published on July 6, 2012 By Kathy

Attention women!   Are you starting to experience Hot Flashes?  Are they waking you up several times during the night?  Have you spent hundreds if not thousands of dollars trying to deal with it? What if I told you that there is something you can do that requires no monthly prescriptions, has no side effects, requires no […]

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