Hypnotherapy and Neuroplasticity Neuroplasticity is the ability for your brain to re-wire itself and hypnotherapy is a powerful tool, that can be used to strengthen your neural-connections or create new neural pathways. Your brain is constantly changing and creating new pathways as a reaction to Your thoughts, Your emotions, and Your experiences. Did you know that your brains contain about one billion neurons? Every time … Continue reading Your Life is the Creation of Your Mind
Fear Of Not Being In Control What is it that you are afraid of? Flying, public speaking, snakes, dying, not making good grades, heights, closed spaces, open spaces, the dark, getting sick, the government, and the list goes on and on. It is none of those things listed above that you really are afraid of. What you are really afraid of is NOT BEING IN … Continue reading Law of Control
Self-hypnosis has an end-point in mind that you are working to achieve. A Goal. During hypnosis, you are not asleep! You are aware of what’s happening around you. The key is tuning everything out except for the matter you wish to resolve, like having more confidence at work, finding love, stopping procrastinating, or making better habits(food, self-care, self-talk). It can even help you to overcome … Continue reading What is the Difference Between Self-Hypnosis and Meditation?
Dr. Turner studied 1500 cases of radical (cancer) remissions. The people she studied used over 75 interventions but, from her study, all were using these nine below. Notice how only two are physical. The rest is all mental emotional spiritual. Here is Dr. Turner’s list of the 9 key natural interventions that those who had radical remissions all used: Radically changing your diet Taking control … Continue reading How The Movie “Healed” Help Me Heal Myself From a Life of Pain and Fatigue
Today I was looking through my memories on Facebook and there was a memory on how dancing can help prevent Dementia. Instead of just sharing the post I went and researched the study. This 21-year study of senior citizens, 75 and older, was led by the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City. It was funded by the National Institute on Aging and … Continue reading Dancing to Help Prevent Dementia
I am writing about my life and you are invited on my journey. When I was 13, I was a model and the modeling agency I worked had a dance division. They were getting ready to hire the dancers for the new year and so I was getting ready to audition. I am in the back room stretching when the door opens up and I … Continue reading From Dance Choreographer to Carhop