Author Archives: Anna Pons
A scientist at the University of Liverpool has found that hypnosis can slow down the impacts of dementia and improve quality of life for those living with the condition. Forensic psychologist, Dr Simon Duff, investigated the effects of hypnosis on … Continue reading
Mindfulness could be a powerful painkiller: new research shows the potential of mindfulness for relieving chronic pain.
Below is an example of a simple self hypnosis exercise, described in the followiong artice as “mindfulness meditation”. This is not a coincidence since both techniques, mindfulness and hypnosis, seek similar results by promoting similar states of mind. For more … Continue reading
This motivational talk by Dr. Joe Dispenza has inspired some of the people I have had the luck to work with. I decide to include it in my blog, acknowledging the lack of scientific references and the few spelling mistakes … Continue reading
Dr. Elvira Lang explains how she uses hypnosis in the hospital setting. Published at You Tube on Februruary the 7th, 2011. To watch from original post please click here.
Abstract: Brain responses to pain experienced by oneself or seen in other people show consistent overlap in the pain processing network, particularly anterior insula, supporting the view that pain empathy partly relies on neural processes engaged by self-nociception. However, it … Continue reading
With the help of hypnosis we may be able to adopt new habits related to our nutrition and sleep patterns, like the ones suggested below, and learn to enjoy them fully. Please visit the pages of this blog for further … Continue reading
Psychologist Susan David shares how the way we deal with our emotions shapes everything that matters: our actions, careers, relationships, health and happiness. In this deeply moving, humorous and potentially life-changing talk, she challenges a culture that prizes positivity over … Continue reading