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30% of Depressed People are not Receiving Treatment

30% of Depressed People are not Receiving Treatment

Hypnotherapy helps relieve depression according to experts. Unfortunately depression is increasingly becoming a global problem, the World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that globally more than 350 million people suffer from depression, more women than men being affected. Many, but not all are being treated. […]

Do You Stomach Your Sadness?

Do You Stomach Your Sadness?

Have you ever had a gut instinct about something? A gut instinct describes a certain feeling or knowingness that resides deep in our stomachs. We sometimes ignore these feelings at our peril preferring to listen to our minds. What would our stomachs know, after all? Well, the answer is a lot. […]

Hypnosis Makes You so Good at Sport That You Don’t Need to Cheat!

Hypnosis Makes You so Good at Sport That You Don’t Need to Cheat!

Recent revelations about the full extent of cheating in Australian cricket have triggered debate about what athletes can more ethically do to improve their performance. Indeed, more and more athletes are turning to sports hypnosis for help to improve their game.  […]

Sports Hypnosis: Raising the Bar

Sports Hypnosis: Raising the Bar

In 1954 Roger Bannister ran a mile in under four minutes. Until that point, it was an accomplishment no athlete had ever thought possible. The following year over 100 people ran the mile in under four minutes. The barrier in runners’ minds had suddenly evaporated and the realms of what they now thought possible had been stretched. This Bannister Effect is evident and holds good for all areas of our lives, not just in sports. […]

Spring Clean Your Mind!

Spring Clean Your Mind!

 

I can’t promise you a squeaky, clean conscience but if you want to de-clutter your mind, here are some tips to help you gain access to the crooks and crannies of your subconscious. […]

Happy or SAD?

Happy or SAD?

Are you SAD? No, I’m not referring to the sense of being uncool or grumpy, although you may be that too. I’m referring to your ability to fair well during the autumn and winter months.

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Mama Don’t Preach

Mama Don’t Preach

With the first calendar event of spring just around the corner, Mother’s Day, many of us will be thinking of ways to thank our mothers. Our mothers gave birth to us, raised us and instilled us with all her virtues and values. As a child, we inherited a lot of her qualities and have so much to be grateful for- and not! […]

Targeting Success in the New Year!

Targeting Success in the New Year!

At this time of year many of us are thinking about or have already set New Year’s resolutions. Goal setting can be a great way to keep the mind focused about what is most important over the next year. There are many ideas and theories about goal setting, but how do we stick to our New Year’s resolutions? […]

How to Stay Healthy Over Christmas! Part 1

How to Stay Healthy Over Christmas! Part 1

Wondering how you’re going to survive the holiday party season? Christmas is a time for indulgence, relaxing, and celebrating – we all need a bit of time off over the holidays. Here are our 6 top tips to help deal with the Festive Season temptations…

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How to stay healthy over Christmas! Part 2

How to stay healthy over Christmas! Part 2

Christmas is notoriously a time to celebrate but don’t let this be the green light to go overboard! You can still enjoy all the festivities of the season and get through the Christmas period without too much impact on your waistline and your health. Here are 5 tips for a healthier Christmas…

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Coping with Your Family Over the Festive Season…

Coping with Your Family Over the Festive Season…

Christmas can be a high-pressure time for families; here are some tips to make it more enjoyable for everyone…

1. Don’t take things personally 

We all have our own view of the world and can see the world very differently even when we have grown up together. Sometimes we can be sensitive about the views of others, so for the festive season it pays to be as resilient as possible, to develop a thicker skin, to not take things personally and then to let them go.
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A History of Shamanism and Trance

A History of Shamanism and Trance

As Hypnosis began to get more research and recognition during the second half of the 19th Century, researchers from other social sciences began to observe hypnotic phenomena in far off foreign cultures.

Trance traditions was an area of great interest to them, one of the most notable being shamanism. Originating from a Siberian word, Shamanism has come to describe healers who believe they heal by using trance techniques to manipulate the power of spirits. The term describes a  role widespread in many countries across the world, including Asia, Africa and America. […]

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