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24 Jun
2017

Insomnia and How to Beat It

Nearly one-third of the adult population has difficulty getting a good night’s sleep. Insomnia affects 60 million Americans, so it is a huge problem. However, unless there is an underlying physical problem it is generally due to the establishment of poor sleeping habits over a long period of time. Hypnosis is a very effective tool for changing habits, and so Insomnia is quite likely to respond well to hypnotic intervention. With this recording I would suggest listening daily until new sleeping habits are successfully established. Please note that this recording is not designed to be listened to at bed time, but at a time when you are fully awake and alert. I would recommend listening to it two to three hours before bedtime.

3 Mar
2014

Jennifer Saunders Uses Hypnosis To Help With Procrastination and Win £100,000

Ever had that experience where something that you need to do feels more like wading through treacle than sailing with a fresh breeze behind you? You know it’s really important, but it seems that every time you are about to start you remember something trivial that needs dealing with first. Then when you have completed all of those insignificant jobs it is time to put the kettle because you are too exhausted now to do what needs doing. Here’s how to fix it.

20 Feb
2014

Is ADHD Really Just A Problem With Food?

ADHD has become a badge proudly worn – not by the children, but by the parents. It is a label that says my child’s behaviour is nothing to do with me; it’s a mental health problem. Sometimes that will be true, but in the vast majority of cases it seems like a little bit of sleuthing around what you feed them will not only remove their distress easily, but also save them from a lifetime of the side effects from the medication they would otherwise receive for a problem they don’t have.

18 Feb
2014

If the Mind Creates Illness, How Can We Use It To Create Wellness?

The Mind Body interaction is nothing new – except maybe to your doctor. It is, however, not easy to control. But, first things first, you need to establish for yourself the truth that your mind creates your body before you take that giant leap into self-healing. So we start with small things and enjoy a little success with those first before we challenge the world of Western Medicine.

13 Feb
2014

The Art of Listening

Silence is golden the song said. But never when two or more people are together – then silence just becomes more and more uncomfortable. People speak to end that silence. But those they speak to are uninterested in what is being said because a ball has been tossed over the net and it now has to be returned – bigger, better, faster…

11 Feb
2014

Are We Killing Our Kids?

There was a time when we would do everything we could to prevent our children from coming to any harm. That desire of every parent is being undermined by the businesses and politicians that we give our power away to. Children from age 4 through to University are being tested and stressed and having more and more pressure put on them to perform to crazy expectations. And because we don’t want our child to be the one left out we push just like everyone else. It’s killing our kids. It isn’t going to stop either. But there is something you can do to protect your child…

7 Feb
2014

Biggest Loser Wins, Or Do They Really Lose After All

There are two broad approaches to weight loss: quick and dirty, or slow and sustainable. I am an advocate of the latter, but the quick and dirty approach sees Rachel Frederickson 155lbs lighter and $250,000 richer. The before and after pics look like two different people. But is she just harming herself, and will it last?

6 Feb
2014

Why is Change so Difficult?

Change is so difficult, but that’s because the problem behaviours are inherently hard-wired as a form of self-protection. It’s just the way the MindBody works. Change can be accomplished but it must be done with an understanding of the real nature of the problem and a desire to persevere until permanent relief is experienced.

3 Feb
2014

You Don’t Have To Be Shot At To Be Stressed At Work

Some jobs are clearly more stressful than others. Being in fear of your life every moment of every day doesn’t have much competition. But, for sensitive people, life can seem like that and mundane ordinary jobs – jobs that other people cope with and even enjoy – can seem like a journey into Hell every day. This is one of the reasons why tranquillisers and anti-depressants are amongst the most commonly prescribed medications. But it isn’t so much about the job, it’s because we’ve lost touch with our soul. We’ve lost touch with who we are, and we’ve lost touch with our connection to others. We live isolated lives where we have to spend so much time just earning enough to pay the bills that we have little time left for ourselves or our families. Change is possible. Peace is achievable.

30 Jan
2014

Reducing Stress At Work

Stress in the workplace is endemic. Workers are used like robots. Individual skills and talents are ignored or under-utilised. Managers don’t have a clue. Companies, no names but you know who I mean, pay their workers the minimum they can get away with and exploit poverty and high unemployment to get away with unreasonable treatment of staff. It’s time for a revolution. Not a physical revolution but a gentle, slow, mindful revolution. If they can’t get to your mind, they can’t get to you. Train your mind and learn to be free.