Our society is the only one in the world to remove the mind from the body in healthcare. The mind is always involved. Healing happens in the mind. It always happens in the mind and results in the body.
Conventional medicine saves lives daily, we know that. And we live in a wonderful time with smart doctors and great technologies. We know it saves lives. But true healing is about more than simply saving lives or reducing symptoms. By accessing the mind with a tool like hypnosis, even more can be done to relieve suffering, to speed recovery from injury, and to improve health.
The average human body is made up of 50 trillion cells, which are constantly dying and being replaced. Turnover rates vary: neutrophils are replaced every 1-5 days; gastrointestinal epithelium turns over ever 5-7 days. Adipose tissue is the longest lived, replacing itself every 8 years.
The point here is that the body—is constantly renewing itself. So why do so many diseases become chronic and intractable? Why does the body renew its illnesses? Why aren’t the new cells fresh and healthy?
The tissues are turning over, but all too often, the person’s psyche is stuck in cycles of self-defeating thoughts, deeply engrained negative emotions, and unhealthy behaviours. These often have roots in early life trauma. Together, they create a template for perpetuating illness.
Hypnosis is a tool set for breaking cognitive and emotional cycles, and retraining the psyche to engender health and wellbeing. In hypnosis we can unlock the most powerful pharmacy of all: our own nervous systems.
We were thinking that our bodies cannot heal, but the greatest thing is that our bodies were created to heal automatically. We will teach you how to control your own minds, so as to give your bodies some calm and peace.
The key to hypnosis is in the way it works with the connection between a person’s subconscious thoughts, emotions, and beliefs, and his or her autonomic nervous system. Subconscious beliefs and recurring thoughts affect digestion, respiration, sleep cycles, endocrine and reproductive function.
People can quite literally “worry themselves sick.” Worry is really a form of fear; it triggers release of cortisol and a host of other fight-or-flight stress signals. When this is a chronic state, it takes a big toll on the body. If you have self-hating thoughts all day long, your body is probably not going to feel very well. You will have digestive issues, pains, sleep issues, immune system problems, reproductive issues.
Self-negating minds are their own worst enemies: “No one loves me.” “No one really understands me.” “Life sucks.” “My job is a drag.” “Nothing ever works out.” “Everything I touch just falls apart.” These thoughts release chemicals that contribute to disordered physiology. We live in our beliefs. If you believe you live in a safe world, you will see what supports that belief. If you believe you live in an unsafe world, you will see that. If you are ill and believe you cannot get better, you won’t. If you believe that when you are 50, you’re ‘old,’ and that means being sick and frail, you start to get sick and frail.
This does not mean that people are “to blame” for their illnesses, that diseases are “caused by” bad thoughts, or that they are cured with affirmations. But it does mean that our minds and emotions are intimately entwined with our physiology. By learning to recognize and change subconscious patterns we gain leverage over our functions.
Medical hypnosis gives people skills to make conscious use of positive affirmations to facilitate healing and maintain wellbeing. Medical hypnosis is not for everyone, and it is not a cure-all. But it can make a world of difference to many people, especially if they’ve struggled for years with chronic illness.
Here is the list of common health issues that hypnosis relaxation might be beneficial:
Acid Stomach Relaxation
Auto Immune Conditions Relaxation
Bell’s Palsy Relaxation
Bipolar (Mood Swings) Relaxation
Blood Pressure Relaxation
Brain Tumor Relaxation (Free)
Breathe Easy Visualisation
Broken Bones Relaxation
Burning Mouth Syndrome Relaxation
Cabin Fever: Self-Isolation
Cancer Treatment Relaxation
Candida Overgrowth Relaxation
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Relaxation
Combination Depression/Anxiety Relaxation
Coping with Celiac Disease
Coping with Stomach Ulcers
Crohn’s Disease Relaxation
Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome Relaxation
Deep Vein Thrombosis Relaxation
Dry Mouth Syndrome Relaxation
Essential Tremor Disorder Relaxation
Food Intolerance Relaxation
Forgetting Eye Floaters
Gall Stones Relaxation
Hay Fever Relaxation
Hormone Imbalance Relaxation
Immune System Visualisation
Irritable Bowel Relaxation
Lower Cholesterol Visualisation
Lupus, Auto Immune Disorder Relaxation
Macular Degeneration Relaxation
Medication Side Effects Relaxation
Menier’s Disease Relaxation
Menopausal Symptoms Relaxation
Multiple Sclerosis Relaxation
Muscular Dystrophy Relaxation
New Corona Relaxation
Parkinson’s Disease Relaxation
Pelvic Inflammatory Disease Relaxation
Phantosmia and Parosmia Relaxation
Post-Nasal Drip Relaxation
Pre-Menstrual Syndrome Relaxation
Prostate Cancer Relaxation
Raynauds Disease Relaxation
Renal Function: Relaxation
Retinal Surgery Recovery
Rheumatoid Arthritis Relaxation
Root Canal Relaxation
Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) Relaxation
Sjogren’s Syndrome Relaxation
Sleep Apnea Relaxation
Taste Disorder Relaxation
Thyroid Imbalance Relaxation
Urge Incontinence Relaxation
Varicose Veins Relaxation