Do Your Subconscious Programs Reflect Who You are NOW?

May 13th, 2015 § Comments Off on Do Your Subconscious Programs Reflect Who You are NOW? § permalink

Daniel Davis of the Beyond 50 Radio Show did a live interview with Debbie on the topic “Do Your Subconscious Programs Reflect Who You are NOW?” This program aired on May 09, 2015.

Getting the Hypnosis Help you need – Affordably!

March 4th, 2014 § Comments Off on Getting the Hypnosis Help you need – Affordably! § permalink

Getting the hypnosis help you need – affordably! While some people only need a single hypnosis session to achieve their desired results, most people can benefit from multiple hypnosis sessions or at least a couple of follow-ups on the single session. However, multiple hypnosis sessions can be cost prohibitive for many. Therefore, to provide the best service to my clients, I have created affordable “follow-up” sessions. This article discusses the new “follow-ups,” and the reasoning behind them, as well as reminding everyone of the discounts I offer for bundles of four or six regular sessions. » Read the rest of this entry «

Starting Over with the Help of Hypnosis

October 31st, 2013 § Comments Off on Starting Over with the Help of Hypnosis § permalink

Starting Over with the Help of Hypnosis – A guest post by Caroline East, Consulting Hypnotist, on the use of hypnosis to manage the stress of change.

Starting Over: The act of recovering from, or adjusting to, an event which has affected one’s life in such a manner that life never returns to its previous state of “normal”.

The one common factor, no matter how varied the circumstance, is that each one of us, at multiple times in our lives, experiences an event, or events, which causes us to have to “start over.”

The most common events are: Birth of a baby, loss of a loved one, marriage, divorce, a traumatic event, surviving a long-term or serious illness, being diagnosed with a devastating illness, losing a job, starting a new job, moving, or changing careers.

All of these events, viewed either as positive or negative, generate stress by causing our life to veer off track in a different direction. We struggle through the transition, often floundering, trying to adapt to the changes that come with life’s new direction. Sometimes we can use help to deal with the stress related to “starting over.”

Do these common symptoms resonate with you: Fatigue, grief, focus and flexibility, pain, fear, performance anxiety (job, sports or academic)? I see, and address, these issues daily in my practice as a consulting hypnotist at Intuitive Hypnosis in Portland, Oregon. » Read the rest of this entry «

Choices and Illusions – by Eldon Taylor

October 10th, 2013 § Comments Off on Choices and Illusions – by Eldon Taylor § permalink

 

Picture of book "Choices and Illusions"

Monday was the official launch date of the newly edited, revised and expanded hardcover version of Eldon Taylor’s New York Times Best-Seller Choices and Illusions – How did I get where I am, and how do I get where I want to be? The updated release of Choices and Illusions comes with Unlimited Personal Power – a free InnerTalk subliminal CD designed to reprogram your mind with energizing affirmations for success, confidence and creativity.As an active consulting hypnotist, I thoroughly enjoy the study of our minds and how they work. I found this to be a VERY thought-provoking book. Eldon raises some excellent points regarding consciousness and mind. He has a unique and humorous writing style that I like. The topic makes this book one of those that are hard to put down once you find yourself engaged in the inner dialogue stimulated  by Eldon’s thoughts and the visual imagery that pops up as you’re reading. He does a good job using  analogies and comparisons with everyday life.

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Why Neuroplasticity is a Big Deal

August 16th, 2013 § Comments Off on Why Neuroplasticity is a Big Deal § permalink

Why Neuroplasticity is a Big Deal – The term “neuroplasticity” is being heard often these days. Why? What is the big deal about it? Why should we care? This guest post by Robert Lilly addresses those questions.

The term “neuroplasticity” is being heard more and more these days. Why? What is the big deal about it? To understand that, let’s begin by first defining what neuroplasticity is. According to MedicineNet.com, neuroplasticity is “the brain’s ability to reorganize itself by forming new neural connections throughout life. Neuroplasticity allows the neurons (nerve cells) in the brain to compensate for injury and disease and to adjust their activities in response to new situations or to changes in their environment.” According to Wikipedia the term refers to “changes in neural pathways and synapses which are due to changes in behavior, environment and neural processes, as well as changes resulting from bodily injury. Neuroplasticity has replaced the formerly-held position that the brain is a physiologically static organ, and explores how – and in which ways – the brain changes throughout life.” In addition, from the National Library of Medicine – Medical Subject Headings: “The capacity of the NERVOUS SYSTEM to change its reactivity as the result of successive activations.” In other words, it refers to the brain’s ability to grow and change as a result of stimuli throughout a person’s entire lifespan. » Read the rest of this entry «

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    Debbie Taylor
    Consulting Hypnotist
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    Debbie Taylor is both a consulting hypnotist and a certified hypnosis instructor. She has a Masters degree in Organizational Management and over 20 years experience working with children and families in public and private education as both a teacher and principal. As the owner of Intuitive Hypnosis in Portland, Oregon and the Portland School of Hypnosis she has expanded her ability to help others by utilizing hypnosis to assist people in empowering themselves to lose weight; stop smoking and/or quit chewing tobacco; reduce stress and anxiety; improve performance in sports, academics, and much more.  Read More...
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