Archive for May 2016

How Does A Child’s Atmosphere Mold Their Mind?

    Verbal abuse from peers during the middle school years had the greatest impact, presumably because this is a sensitive period when these brain connections are developing and becoming protected with myelin. The atmosphere that a child is raised in molds not only their mind, but also their brain. This is something many for…

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Are You Aware Of How Your Thoughts Affect Your Destination?

Have you ever heard, “ask and ye shall receive,” “like attracts like,” or “birds of a feather flock together?” Then you may be aware that your thoughts attract other similar people, situations and circumstances, positive and negative. It is true that you get what you want when you are 1) clear about what you want;…

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What Effects Do Words Have On You?

Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me. We probably all realize that this childhood verse is far from the truth. Words do injure; words wound. Teasing, hatred and disgrace, all are a source of injury, and when it is conveyed in childhood from a child’s peers or a respected…

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Is Daydreaming like Hypnosis?

  With the people, I have helped in my career, I have found that you get what you think about the most. Your thoughts can be emotionally charged. When you desire something, say, a new house, apartment or other living space, you also feel emotion each time you think about having that place where you…

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How Does Loss Effect You?

  Visualize this picture: As a hypnotherapist, I have two clients. They are a similar age and are the same gender. Both experienced the loss of a partner at roughly the same period in life. Therefore, I can rationally expect that both will have a similar reaction to their loss and both will benefit from similar techniques…

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Processes in Life We all Must Learn

I have assisted many individuals experiencing difficulty with self-awareness and confidence.    Life is not always easy and we sometimes experience anxiety, remorse, and other emotional pain. Indubitably, this is expected and many times necessary. These are “life lessons.” I have spent many hours assisting my clients to review where each has come from, what each…

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