Tag Archives: self control
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.
Interesting article about the power of reframing. Reframing is a technique that encourages us to view things, events, experiences, etc from a different perspective, so that we may be able to deal with it more productively. For instance, if we … Continue reading
Fascinating article about research on the power of rituals. From a hypnotherapeutic perspective, performing self hypnosis could be understood as a form of ritual. In that case, a meaningless ritual of instrospection (closing eyes, breathing, methodical visualisation etc.) could contain … Continue reading
Many people associate hypnosis with dubious magicians who lure people onto the stage and cause them to do something embarrassing in the name of entertainment. However, hypnosis can also be used in psychotherapy and medicine. “In a medical context, hypnosis … Continue reading
‘I Tried Hypnotherapy To Deal With My Driving Phobia—Here’s What Happened’ “Whenever I got into the driver’s seat, dread would consume my entire body.” I have a big secret that I’ve been struggling with over the past 13 years: I … Continue reading
Katharine was honoured to appear on BBC Woman’s Hour today (7th September), and discussed Hypnobirthing with presenter Jenni Murray, Midwifery professor Soo Downe, and Hypnobirthing mother Michelle Ollie. Please read the interview below: Jenni: How justified are the claims that hypnobirthing … Continue reading