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Voices on wellness: Hypnosis and the trance of everyday life

Dr. Davidicus Wong / Richmond News. FEBRUARY 17, 2017 11:09      In recent columns, we’ve explored the evolutionary development and potential of the human brain and how new approaches, including mindfulness can use this knowledge to better manage our emotions … Continue reading

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THE VOICES IN OUR HEADS

Why do people talk to themselves, and when does it become a problem?   Talking to your yogurt again,” my wife, Pam, said. “And what does the yogurt say?” She had caught me silently talking to myself as we ate … Continue reading

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What Negative thinking does to your brain

Read the article below to find out about our capacity for modifying negative and unhealthy thought patterns. Hypnotherapy teaches hypnotic techniques which may serve in order to achieve relaxation and concentration. Hypnosis appears similar to mindfulness in its procedure and … Continue reading

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4 Rituals That Will Make You Happy, According to Neuroscience

Ask a question, label emotions, make decisions and give hugs You get all kinds of happiness advice on the Internet from people who don’t know what they’re talking about. Don’t trust them. Actually, don’t trust me either. Trust neuroscientists. They … Continue reading

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Why the heat puts us in a bad mood

Research points to links between hot weather and irritability, anxiety, and even wars We’ve all heard that sunny days get your spirits up, that they create a sense of wellbeing, that life is better in warm countries such as Spain… … Continue reading

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A positive psychology roadmap for holiday happiness

Here are some ideas on how to make the most of the situation we may find ourselves in around these festive dates. We are encouraged to use our critical thinking and pick and mix from these ideas. Not all may appeal to … Continue reading

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Shame or Regret?

Read this interesting post by The Hypnotherapy Team to find out about the unhealthy emotion of shame and its healthy counterpart, regret. Very clear exposed brief post in which you can also find some ideas for finding out which of … Continue reading

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