Therapy Quotes at Awareness Healing

Therapy Quotes at Awareness Healing


1. There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.–Maya Angelou

2. When we talk about our feelings, they become less overwhelming, less upsetting, and less scary. – Fred Rogers

3. If the only tool you have is a hammer, you tend to see every problem as a nail. – Abraham Maslow

4. My potential is unlimited. – Success Mantra

5. You can’t change how people treat you or what they say about you. All you can do is change how you react to it. – Unknown

6. Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate. – Carl Jung

7. Procrastination is one of the most common and deadliest diseases and its toll on success and happiness is heavy. – Wayne Gretsky

8. All great changes are preceded by chaos. – Deepak Chopra

9. When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves. – Viktor Frankl

10. Nothing will work unless you do. – Maya Angelou

11. In any given moment, we have two options: to step forward into growth or to step back into safety. – Abraham Maslow

12. Discovering the truth about ourselves is a lifetime’s work, but it’s worth the effort. – Fred Rogers

13. The future depends on what you do today. – Mahatma Ghandi

14. I’m not telling you it’s going to be easy. I’m telling you it’s going to be worth it. – Art Williams

15. Success is the sum of small efforts, repeated day in and day out.  – Robert Collier

16. The secret to change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new. – Dan Millman

17. And you? When will you begin the long journey into yourself? – Rumi

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Misconceptions about Hypnotic Trance

Misconceptions about Hypnotic Trance

Hypnotherapy and trance work for the use of making changes has been very much misunderstood. In mainstream TV, we see extrovert magicians who are hungry to deceive the viewer with trickery when attempting to hypnotise people. And most people who don’t know what hypnosis is can be fooled into thinking that seeing people collapse when a hypnotist clicks his fingers is real hypnosis. Partially it is true but I will attempt to explain the misconceptions of hypnotic trance. You will now learn what hypnosis is and what it isn’t.

Firstly, I will explain to you what happens on stage with hypnosis on the internet and on TV. The hypnotist is very aware of who too hypnotise. The hypnotist chooses people who are rather more extrovert in nature. The people who are susceptible to suggestion show certain traits that will indicate to the hypnotist to choose this person for their demonstration. The hypnotist would ask questions and if the person responds in a particular way, the hypnotist would know that they are the best choice for their hypnosis. Only 5% of the population can go into a somnambulistic deep state. Often the person may not even remember what was said to them. So 95% of the population do not go into this deep trance. It doesn’t mean you’re not in a trance and hypnosis can not be effective for change and healing. Hypnosis is beneficial for all people and the state of trance is entered everyday from all people.

When you read a book or watch a movie, you’re always entering a trance state, which means you’re entering the Theta brain wave and communicating with the unconscious mind. In the unconscious mind, this is where our dreams, beliefs, all memories and behaviours are directed from, and direct our behaviours into the world we live in. Trance isn’t some mystical state that only a few buddhist monks can achieve. It is a natural state we all enter at different parts of our day. Everyday. It is simple gentle focus without judgment or analysis. It is the process of just observing thoughts, re-experiencing feeling states and creating spaces of stillness within a calm and relaxed mind. The body also has unconscious functions such as breathing and keeping still in dream states when asleep. It has a state of relaxing the body and also a state of reaction to threat. The unconscious mind interfaces with the body, keeping us alive, protected and calm. It can also react with anxiety when feeling at threat to danger. The unconscious mind doesn’t really know the difference between fantasy and reality, nor does it understand linear time. A threat may be always present for protection even if the trauma may have occurred many years in the past. This is how we store this threat in our unconscious mind and always express our feeling states as a reaction. This enables our behaviour, negative or positive, too manifest into our world. Feeling states then imprint pain or discomfort in our body, creating illness in a part of our body that is associated with the emotional and meridian centres in the body. The feelings never lie when finding the causal of the problem. We explore the origin of the issue by feeling discomfort in the body, then exploring our thoughts through Hypnotic trance. Here we observe the thoughts, use visual, auditory or kinaesthetic intervention to reframe the thoughts that created the feeling states and physical ailments. In deep hypnosis healing, we always go to the cause. We can not healing the effects such as illness and feeling states when these issues were created in the mind. Spirit is the higher mind that observes this and is able to assist when thoughts are recognised as illusory and misleading. True spiritual connection is key in dissolving unwanted ego mind chatter.

So we now know that trance is just focus. It isn’t about not thinking. And it isn’t magic. Trance is when the higher neo cortex of the brain is used, shifting from the reactive mind and emotional limbic brain. And using the problem solving mind to find clarity. Hypnosis is not manipulative nor is in a dangerous state where you are at threat from a practitioner.

Do you remember the Placebo effect many years ago? This experiment indicates that the mind can heal the body. And the power of suggestion can affect the wholistic structure of your whole being. The mind is now proven to be the driver of our well being and is the central operating machine of your whole body. If you change your minds activity, you can create anything.

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Reiki Treatments for Mesothelioma

Reiki Treatments for Mesothelioma

Please take a look at these articles about how Reiki can help with the symptoms of cancer. Mesothelioma is a rare form of cancer that’s most often caused by asbestos exposure. It usually forms in the lungs of those who have been exposed to this deadly toxin, but sometimes occurs in the abdominal area or the area around the heart. There are a number of therapies available that can help prolong survival and minimize symptoms and discomfort, but in most cases the cancer is too aggressive and too advanced at the time of diagnosis to be cured.

Here are two link to more information about the gentle treatment of Reiki and how it can be used as a complementary therapy to ease the trauma of cancer. Thankyou.

https://mesothelioma.net/reiki-mesothelioma-patients/

https://mesothelioma.net/mesothelioma/

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The power of touch and intention can heal

The power of touch and intention can heal

This is a video taken in a Chinese hospital in 1996. The doctors are placing their hands on a woman with a bladder cancer tumor. As they place their hands on the bladder area, they repeat a mantra (apparently their repeating the word “healed” in Chinese) over and over as the cancer disappears. If we now can see what our intention can do to our body, imagine what negative emotions can do to a body. With the power of our hands and a loving intention, we can change the well-being of our body within seconds.

Water is a conductor of consciousness. We are 70% water. So if we add an energy vibratory intention to water, it can change the molecular structure of the water. If we add negativity to our body through emotions and limitations, we will inevitably be the very thing the negativity is expressing. This is why we have illness in our bodies. It’s a bit like the saying “we are what we eat”….. And “we are what we feel” as well.

I offer Reiki healing and this is exactly what this Chinese man is doing in the video below. Reiki is the very same principle. And we can do it on ourselves when we are feeling pain or stress. Please watch this video and see for yourself. It’s amazing.

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Hypnosis – does it really work?

Hypnosis – does it really work?

At last, it’s official. Hypnotism really does work – and it has an impact on the brain which can be measured scientifically, according to one of America’s leading psychiatrists.David Spiegel, from Stanford University, told the prestigious American Association for the Advancement of Science that he had scanned the brains of volunteers who were told they were looking at coloured objects when, in fact, they were black and white.

A scan showing areas of the brain used to register colour highlighted increased blood flow, indicating that the volunteers genuinely ‘saw’ colours, as they had been told they would.

‘This is scientific evidence that something happens in the brain when people are hypnotised that doesn’t happen ordinarily,’ Mr Spiegel told delegates.

He added that there were ‘tremendous medical implications’ and envisaged people being able to manage their own pain and anxiety.

Well, I am relieved to know that the people I have hypnotised on stage down the years were not just putting it on to please me and the audience. And, more importantly, that those I have cured of fears and phobias were genuinely cured.

I am delighted that this research confirms what professional hypnotists, such as myself, who have been successfully using the technique for medical purposes, have known all along – hypnotism has a genuine effect on the functioning of the mind, as well as the body.

Let me give you one example of my recent work in New York. Patricia was a high-flying business executive who had put off having a child for

many years because her career came first. Now the biological clock had clicked in and she desperately wanted a baby, but she could not get pregnant.

There was no physical reason for her infertility, and I soon came to realise that she had simply done a fine job of selfhypnosis, programming her body to reject pregnancy.

I re-hypnotised her to switch that part of her body back on, and within a couple of months she was pregnant and now has twins.

Another area in which hypnosis works is pain control. We can all remember concentrating desperately hard on, say, putting up a shelf.

Your screwdriver slips, you cut your finger – and it hardly registers. It is only when you have finished that you realise the finger hurts intolerably, and you notice blood running down your arm.

I have used that principle to help several women to have painless childbirths by hypnotising them into concentrating on things other than the forthcoming pain.

And it is even possible for selfhypnosis to do the trick. I know from experience that it is possible to teach that technique.

Recently I was talking to Dr Roger Bannister, the man who ran the first four-minute mile back in the Fifties. It had been deemed an unbreakable barrier. But within a year or so of his epic feat, some 30 other runners had done the same.

Had the world suddenly produced a new breed of supermen-Of course not. What had happened was that Roger’s astonishing feat had changed the mindset of many runners.

Instead of saying ‘That’s impossible’ they were now saying ‘You know, I could just do that’. And the mental shift impacted on their bodily functions.

Much of the work I now do with leading athletes involves that principle. I hypnotise them into accepting that they could do even better than they are doing.

Do I succeed? All I can say is that many of those sportsmen and women report back to me that their performance has improved, and they send their friends to consult me – which is the highest compliment.

The other area in which, in my experience, hypnotism works well is in curing irrational fears and phobias – as well as addictions such as smoking or overeating.

A good hypnotist can rid you of anxieties within half an hour, and in New York I conducted a televised experiment which proves it.

I hypnotised Gina, a young lady who had a morbid fear of flying. Then I took her up in a C111 transport plane and at 3,000ft opened the rear door and stood with her (harnessed of course) a mere 12in from the drop, while she calmly enjoyed the breathtaking view of the city.

As far as I am concerned, anything which says to the sceptics that hynotism is more than either a showbiz con or a simple matter of the weak-minded ‘victim’ being influenced by the stronger-willed hypnotist is worthwhile.

Please don’t misunderstand me. I have no worries about hypnotism as entertainment. That is how I started out, and I still love to perform on stage and television, although it can involve drama and hype and a slightly contrived, spooky atmosphere.

But, like many others, I soon came to realise that there is much more to the art than merely persuading people to do foolish things as a bit of fun.

As I looked into the history of hypnotism I learned that in its modern form it was first practised as ‘animal magnetism’ some 200 years ago in Vienna by one Dr Franz Anton Mesmer (hence the word mesmerised).

He was highly successful but he ended up ruined and driven out of the city by the medical establishment, having been accused of faking and practising magic.

Or take the case of 19th century surgeon James Esdaile. He practised in India and, as a matter of necessity, performed dozens of operations, including major amputations, without anaesthetic and without his patients feeling pain.

He claimed a 95 per cent success rate, at a time when most surgeons killed some 40 per cent of their patients. But when he came back to this country and tried to interest his colleagues in his discovery, he was laughed out of court by the medical authorities.

Is it any wonder then that those who discovered they had the power to hypnotise soon found they could do better by taking their skill on to the stage rather than into the consulting rooms?

Now I hope that the research conducted by David Spiegel and others will finally enable hypnotism to take its proper place as a serious part of medical science. It is high time.

McKenna-Breen, the largest hypnotism training centre in the world, can be contacted on 020 7704 6604.

This article is derived for the Daily Mail Australia. Below is the link to the site I extracted this amazing article.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-101490/Hypnosis–does-really-work.html

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Depression and Spirituality is one in the same thing

blog1Depression and Spirituality is one in the same thing. The pathway to spiritual expansion is experiencing deep emotions. During this process, your awareness expands and the path to growth and enlightenment is explored. There are no short cuts to this place. Its like trying to understand a concept in a book but choose not to read the book. Growth requires will and a desire to explore.

You could say that here on our beautiful planet, there are some very beautiful people with dear souls who want to grow and explore. These people are often known as our teachers or healers. And there are the people on the other side of the spectrum. These people enjoy misery. Finding whatever opportunity for comfortable anarchy and destruction. A journey they have chosen which they know deep down will give them the platform for spiritual growth.

Could we say that we are all highly aware of what we want and know how we need to learn our lessons. Some of us understand it. Just a little mystery. Yes. But there are so many people who will say the words…. “I just know it”. I’ll follow that feeling.

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