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.

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 «

Using Hypnosis to Ease the Discomfort of Change

January 1st, 2013 § Comments Off on Using Hypnosis to Ease the Discomfort of Change § permalink

Creating long lasting change in our lives is possible as long as we are consciously willing to change and are not living in a state of wishful thinking. Hypnosis is a valuable tool used to accelerate change and lessen the discomfort often associated with it. This article addresses the value of examining our belief systems in regard to the associated discomfort, or pain, of creating change in our lives.

January 1st: the beginning of the new year, an arbitrary date in the grand scheme of things. It is, however, the most popular time of year to eliminate unwanted habits, most notably to lose weight or quit smoking. Creating change in our lives is often easier when we set a start date, and what better time to begin this transformation than on the first day of the new year?

The degree of success with New Year’s resolutions varies widely. Why is it that some people find it easier to keep their resolutions than others do? For some, behavior change is as simple as owning up to the bad habit, agreeing to make different choices, and then doing it. Although not rare, this is the exception. » 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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