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There is a good deal of false information and beliefs about hypnotherapy and hypnosis.

Hypnosis is a shift between left and right brain, a natural process that we all experience every day. Examples of hypnotic states include daydreaming, praying, and sleeping. In hypnotherapy the client is relaxed, fully aware, and able to use his/her whole brain. Why is that important?

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Most of us worry from time to time!  That can be a normal part of living.  However, many struggle with chronic or severe worry and anxiety.

Anxiety effects the brain.  As the anxiety increases, it’s like a light is flashing in the brain with the words “THREAT, THREAT, THREAT!  The brain responds as it would in “real” danger (such as it would if suddenly a car hurtled towards you).  The car is an identifiable fear and threat.  Anxiety is a perceived, unclear threat, but to the brain, a threat nonetheless.  Our physiology changes as adrenaline is released, heart rate increases, blood pressure goes up, respiration increases, and muscles tighten.  The body goes into “fight or flight” mode.
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I have found this book to be striking in its wisdom and insight as well as beautifully spiritual. I would encourage anyone to get their hands on it and start letting it sink in.

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