Memory

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Hypnosis can be used to recall every memory you have ever had!  Studies have shown that the brain doesn’t store up every single memory like a computer ready to be retrieved at the push of a button.  Memories are deceptive and can mislead.  Here is one psychologist’s very real experience of distorted memory: One evening in 1975 an unsuspecting Australian psychologist, Donald M. … Read More

Dream your Life, as impossible is Just a Word

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Everyone, at some point of their life, has dreamed of being somebody special, somebody famous. Who hasn’t fantasized about being the one who wins the Australian Open? Who hasn’t dreamed of being Miss World, or Mr Universe? And how many times have we dreamed of being rich, successful, or happy with our relationships? Often, we dream big dreams and have … Read More

Digging to the Root of the Problem Using Hypnotherapy

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Most people have some aspects of themselves that they would like to change. But how often do we dig deeply enough to find the root of the problem?  The issue needs to be addressed in order for it to be changed. Without doing this you will be stuck in a cycle of trying to change but you won’t make much … Read More

Misconceptions and myths of hypnosis

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But does Hypnosis actually work?  Hypnosis is often put in the same basket as quackery and entertainment by people who have never undergone a quality hypnosis session with an experienced accredited practitioner. I often get asked if ‘it works’, I say yes of course, however it also has lot to do with the motivation and desire of the client to … Read More

HYPNOTHERAPY IN THE SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT OF INTRACTABLE PAIN

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A CASE STUDY:  By Danielle Aitken RN.RM.  HYPNOTHERAPY IN THE SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT OF INTRACTABLE PAIN. Clinical Hypnotherapist & Counsellor  Tutor & Clinical Supervisor  My client whom I shall refer to as Peter, has given me permission to share this information Background information :    Post viral syndrome ( see below ) and Guillain-Barre Syndrome ( see below)have both been implicated with the Polyneuropathy ( see below) and the acute pain that this … Read More