Are you interested in finding more about the functioning of the brain? Learning about our brain can help us understand why we feel and think and behave in certain ways, and what we can do if we want to change those. As long as your wish to change is safe, specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and time oriented ( Joseph A. (2009)”Cognitive Behaviour Therapy” Capstone) there is no reason why that change can not be possible. Hypnotherapy can contribute to encourage these changes.
“Haidt and Thalia Wheatley of Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire, showed that hypnotically inducing the feeling of disgust leads people to make harsher moral judgments, even in cases when no one has done anything wrong – supporting the idea that emotion rather than logical reasoning drives morality (Psychological Science, vol 16, p 780)”
This is an interesting article extracted found in the blog TRACING KNOWLEDGE, extracted from:
- 5 Logical Fallacies That Make You Wrong More Than You Think (basicrulesoflife.wordpress.com)
- Biased but Brilliant (creativitypost.com)
- Persuasive Speeches Cover a Multitude of Beliefs (coursesinpublicspeaking.wordpress.com)