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Destructive Emotions

Published on August 12, 2012 By Kathy

Most human beings mature physically, some mature intellectually, but few mature emotionally. A well-rounded adult matures physically, knowledgeably, intellectually, and emotionally. Most of us do not mature emotionally, and frustration and unhappiness are the result. Consider a sporting event in which a questionable point is scored. The participants and spectators of the scoring side will […]

Reasons for Resistance to Change

Published on June 24, 2012 By Kathy

If you discover that you are not responding quickly or not experiencing rapid change, here are the most common reasons: *You may be overly anxious – this inhibits results. When dealing with your subconscious mind, the rule is: “Take it easy. Allow it to happen. You cannot force it to happen!”*You may be subconsciously resistant […]

Stage Hypnosis – Friend Or Foe?

Published on January 16, 2012 By Kathy

Stage Hypnosis Stage Hypnosis – Friend Or Foe? Article by Richard MacKenzie As a Hypnotherapist people ask me time and time again about my views on Stage Hypnosis. Not so long ago I actually received a letter which was regarding my support for Stage Hypnosis. The letter expressed the great disappointment of its author that […]

Hypnosis Therapy for Panic

Published on November 27, 2011 By Colin Winston Aldridge

Struggling with anxiety issues is debilitating for some people. Anxiety stems from a vast number of problems and can be set off by several triggers. For some individuals, leaving the house is an emotionally devastating event. For some, fear of flying is overwhelming. In any case of anxiety, hypnotherapists claim to have the ability to aid.

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