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Tuesday, May 21 2019

I am so pleased to hear that the concept of mindfulness has made it to the mainstream public schools. Recently I learned that mindfulness specialists have begun to work with children in the schools. I can only hope that teachers are learning to use these techniques to reduce their own stress and improve their own lives as well. One definition of mindfulness is: Maintaining a moment-by-moment awareness of our thoughts, feelings, bodily sensations, and surrounding environment. Many of my clients want to learn to ‘be in the moment’ instead of always worrying about the next one. Any means of learning to rein in our thoughts to take control of them is a great beginning. The beginning of stress management, anger management, sleep, food and behavior management is every way you can imagine.

Mindfulness has entered the American mainstream in recent years, in part through the work of Jon Kabat-Zinn and his Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program, which he launched at the University of Massachusetts Medical School in 1979. The benefits are endless and the practice is very easy to learn. It has only taken 40 years for the schools to catch up!

According to Psychology Today, Meditation is the practice of turning your attention to a single point of reference. It can involve focusing on the breath, on bodily sensations, or on a word or phrase known as a mantra. In other words, meditation means turning your attention away from distracting thoughts and focusing on the present moment. It certainly sounds like mindfulness, doesn’t it? Many people are turned off to the concept of meditation because they don’t know how and think its hard to learn. Its true that “Transcendental Meditation, or TM” is costly and challenging to learn but that is only one type of meditation and it is only as difficult as you believe it is to learn to meditate. Finding the right fit, whether its guided and visual or a focused state of chosen awareness, it is easy to do.

According to, hypnosis is described as a sleep-like trance state, it is better expressed as a state characterized by focused attention, heightened suggestibility and vivid use of the imagination. People in a hypnotic state often seem sleepy and zoned out, but in reality they are in a state of hyper-awareness. Self hypnosis is often induced by mindfulness or another type of meditative state like daydreaming. Focusing on a specific visual or auditory experience can bring you into a state of self-hypnosis.

I hope it has become obvious that these techniques have more in common than they have differences. The difference hypnosis makes in that you use a coach, or hypnotist, for the guidance to reach a specific goal. The goals can be anything from weight management, sleep, eliminating bad habits, getting past negative thoughts from the past that you seem to still ‘focus’ on. What you focus on, you manifest.  

The key word in all these modalities is focus. By learning how to use your mind in a focused way, you can accomplish almost anything. Stress is the result of focusing but on negative thoughts, feelings or memories that are already in the past. The gift in learning mindfulness in schools is that children begin to take responsibility for their thoughts that create their feelings and generate their behaviors.

Most of my clients come to me feeling ‘out of control.’ They are not out of control but they focus on that thought and feeling until it becomes apparent in their behavior.

Use mindfulness, meditation or hypnosis but doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results is the definition of… already know.

Posted by: Fern AT 11:44 am   |  Permalink   |  Email
Friday, May 17 2019

There’re so many different ways to label negative feelings. Each has a different definition and evokes a unique way of experiencing it in the mind and body. Every emotion has a corresponding physical expression that includes, but is not limited to, elevated blood pressure, stomach pain, neck or back pain or even headaches. Because of the mind/body connection, the physical stress on the body caused by negative feelings can have long range and lasting health consequences. You don’t have to be a victim of your own feelings.

There is an article posted on the NPR website that says that scientists are finding a connection between irritability,anger and depression. They have made the connection that opens the possibility of another way to use medication for people who didn’t realize their anger and irritability could be depression.

I have successfully worked with many clients who have unresolved anger from childhood experiences. That anger affects every aspect of their lives. They definitely feel depressed as a result of holding on to those negative feelings for so long. Angry people often lash out at those around them making them clearly appear to be irritated. I am not a mental health doctor but I’m not seeing the ‘new’ connection between these negative emotions. Hypnosis, meridian tapping and Neuro Linguistic Programming are all tools that I use to alleviate negative feelings of all kinds. Although medication can benefit people who suffer from a variety emotional health issues, there are also several alternatives that can be used effectively to get the desired results without committing to a medical remedy. The side effects of medication can sometimes be very severe. Why not be open to see if other modalities can help as medication remains an option if other, more holisticavenues fail?

There is extensive research documenting positive results supporting hypnosis and meridian tapping for learning to cope with and resolve deep emotional negative feelings.

I have professional relationships with many medical doctors who refer their patients to me as a first choice to deal with unresolved emotions. Hypnosis is widely used and respected in the medical community but there are still so many who are uninformed about options for alternative help and therefore suffer needlessly. 

Hypnosis can empower you to understand the root cause of unwanted negative feelings and teach you to reframe your thoughts to neutralize those negative feelings.

I recently worked with someone who has a very stressful job and felt anxious every day at work. The feelings were related to their past childhood experiences but were exacerbated by her boss. We were able to resolve those issues from the past, which neutralized the effect her job on her life. It didn’t change the situation but it changed the way it affected her. Her stress was reduced to a very manageable level and she was able to function well at work comfortably.

Negative feelings are normal but they don’t have to define your life or your relationships. Take control of your thoughts that create those feelings that dictate your behaviors. You can take back control of your life! All the resources you need to feel better are already inside of you! 

Posted by: Fern AT 09:30 am   |  Permalink   |  Email
Tuesday, May 14 2019

We all know people who are trim and we think they just have a better metabolism or it’s just the luck of having good genes. Well, that’s only partly true. Our genetic makeup definitely influences our body type in many ways. It determines our height, bone structure, and can even be the cause of a predisposition towards a chunkier body. However, that doesn’t mean we don’t have any choice aboutwhat to do about those factors. All the people I know who are trim are very mindful of what they eat. They remain trim by being careful about their choices and work to maintain their weight. It’s definitely easier to stay trim than to get trim, but it’s a lifestyle commitment that gets easier as it becomes your new habit.

There are many factors that contribute to our body type but even with those factors we still have the ability to create a trimmer body. We often see families that seem to have similar weight issues. Sometimes it’s the genetic factors but it’s also the cultural habits that are learned in a family. My weight loss clients often talk about the way they were raised and the way they ate as kids. I remind them that as adults they can make different choices and learn new eating habits. Regardless of body type or size excess fat comes from eating things that the body doesn’t need, doesn’t use and get stored as fat. Sometimes it’s the quantity and sometimes it’s the quality of food.

The emotional relationship with food is often a big factor. Food is often used as a drug for a quick fix to get pleasure or relieve stress in the moment, but it is short lived and the regret, guilt and disappointment quickly sets in. 

If you’re serious about wanting to lose weight do what trim people do: eat to live, don’t live to eat, only eat until you’re satisfied and not until you’re full, only eat for nourishment which means be aware of the difference between food and edible substances, andlimit junk to two bites; the first bite and the last bite. Junk food only makes fat but two bites will satisfy the desire for the flavor without interfering with your goal. Only eat to satisfy your actual hunger, eat until you’re satisfied and not full and find other ways to cope with stress. 

Trim people are good examples of the long term effects of being mindful of what you choose to eat. 

If you feel uncomfortable in your body because you’re carrying extra weight, change your relationship with your body and with food. You always have a choice. The long term results of healthy changes are worth the effort.

If you need help making those changes, Hypnosis is a very effective way to change habits

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