Tag Archives: conscious mind

Let your intuition do the walking

May 22, 2013

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by Rochelle Sparrow —  When was the last time you had an impulse to do something and then 10 minutes later found out why? “Wow, I knew I should have picked up that file,” you think, as you are two blocks from home and remember the urgent report you forgot at the office. “Now, I […]

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What is clinical hypnotherapy?

January 14, 2013

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by Jo Johnston, Ph.D. — The powers of hypnotism, an altered state of consciousness, have fascinated humans since the beginning of time, and were recognized by the ancient Greeks, Romans, Chinese and by native tribes in all parts of the world. The phenomenon we know as hypnosis has been, and still is, called by many […]

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Access your unconscious mind through hypnosis

October 11, 2012

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by Lori Keeley —  Did you know that every event from your birth to the present is stored in your mind, like on a DVD or cassette recording, and that those events make up who you are today? Ten percent of our mind is conscious (the events we remember), and 90 percent is unconscious (the […]

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Hypnosis to quit smoking

October 4, 2012

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by Michelina Harding —  While most of us understand the risks and dangers associated with smoking, we don’t all understand the reason most people continue to smoke. Most smokers know that by stopping they will save several thousand dollars a year and are aware that they could add years to their life. Most also realize […]

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Why habits are so hard to break

February 25, 2012

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by Gwen Farrell —  Imagine a large crystal bowl filled with Jell-O™. The top 10 percent is orange Jell-O and the remaining 90 percent is strawberry Jell-O. A tasty treat, yes, and a pretty good model for the structure and function of the human mind. The orange layer represents the waking, or conscious mind, the […]

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