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Did you know that you can master your own biology? In this free video series, Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D discusses how changing your mind and beliefs powerfully chan...ges your genetics. Learn how lifestyle is the biggest cause of disease, and why less than 1% of disease is connected to genetics. Watch this empowering message about how you live your life controls your genes and that you are not a victim of your heredity. Watch for free today!

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Watch this empowering message about how you live your life controls your genes and that you are not a victim of your heredity. Watch for free today!
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It is time to let go.....time to heal

What is the feeling you are feeling. Find the deep rooted question, to receive the deep rooted answer. You have just one feeling to heal, but its clouded wit...
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Sadness is a choice, you can choose to let go. Hypnotherapy can help!

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Stop holding onto the things that make you sad!

Do you want to STOP playing small?

Many of us have limiting beliefs. These limiting beliefs are deeply ingrained and often traced back to past hurts and traumas. These limiting beliefs show up in many areas of our lives (love, health, finance, Spiritual connection and/or gifts/talents).

These limiting beliefs can actually prevent us from feeling better or living our dreams.

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So check within and see where you have been telling yourself negative self talk over and over (especially on down times).

We first got to be AWARE and then to make the decision to let go-- change your perspective. So choose to let go! Keep your eyes and ears open to when you catch yourself going into that tight ball of negative thought, as you become aware expand your perspective by questioning and questioning even more, until you have a totally different perspective, a much bigger picture, you can expand your limiting beliefs!

You can do this on your own, but if you need help, hypnosis is an amazing way to gain insight into your life.. book a FREE consultation today.

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Regrets are usually tied to events in the past that were emotional, traumatic, or the spark behind a flame of consequence, which means it’s not that easy to just let it go.

You’ve probably been told to just let it go, but letting go of the past is much easier said than done.
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There are 2 types of Past Life Regression.

The first is what's called, Recreational, because sometimes people just want to explore who they might have been in a past life.

The second is when the person feels that whatever is going on in their present life must be Karma and it probably comes from a past life. This might not be the case but the only way to find out if the issue comes from a past life is to do a past life regression, asking to go to the source event. If it is n...ot in a past life, you will progress to the source event in this life time. Either way we will get to the source event.

Try a Past Life Regression for just $90.00. (limited time offer)

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It’s True … stress can make you fat!

In prehistoric times when everyday was a battle for survival, the ‘fight or flight’ state prepared the body for the times we were faced with a real danger or threat. Stress hormones, adrenaline and cortisol flooded the body so that our muscles were pumped enough to either fight or run away in order to survive. Once back in the safety of our cave, the adrenaline would begin to dissipate but cortisol remained and would alert our body to the ...need to eat following the physical energy used by fighting or fleeing to safety and to refuel stores of fat and glucose. In the modern world the same flight or fight response pattern is still triggered by stressors such as unemployment, financial and political uncertainty, health and relationship problems – however whilst these stressors don’t use up the same level of physical energy required by our ancestors, our brain still sends out the same signal for food!

When stressed we all turn to high calorific and high sugar foods because they give us an instant rush of refined sugar into the blood stream – a kind of sugar high, high fat foods always taste nice as fat is an emulsifier which binds flavours together. The more dense carbohydrates give us feelings of calmness and fullness as well as the sugar high. High sugar foods trigger a release of dopamine in the brain – dopamine is the reward and motivation neurotransmitter and because it feels good it can become addictive. However the price we pay for these sugar rushes is the resulting sugar crash which can leave us feeling worse than before and overtime can negatively affect your insulin production leading to diabetes and weight gain. In addition high sugar foods are bad for your teeth, your liver, your waistline and also your cholesterol!

When we are stressed we often have difficulty sleeping, either lying awake for hours not able to fall asleep, or waking up repeatedly throughout the night. Lack of sleep can impair both ghrelin and leptin which help control appetite. Furthermore, when we are tired we crave high sugar foods as we struggle with tiredness and we often reach out for energy and caffeine drinks which give us a short term lift but negatively impact our sleep.

If any of this sounds like you, hypnotherapy can help bring your body back to it's calm and natural state and the effects of learning to calm yourself are long lasting.

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It’s True … stress can make you fat!

In prehistoric times when everyday was a battle for survival, the ‘fight or flight’ state prepared the body for the times we were faced with a real danger or threat. Stress hormones, adrenaline and cortisol flooded the body so that our muscles were pumped enough to either fight or run away in order to survive. Once back in the safety of our cave, the adrenaline would begin to dissipate but cortisol remained and would alert our body to the ...need to eat following the physical energy used by fighting or fleeing to safety and to refuel stores of fat and glucose. In the modern world the same flight or fight response pattern is still triggered by stressors such as unemployment, financial and political uncertainty, health and relationship problems – however whilst these stressors don’t use up the same level of physical energy required by our ancestors, our brain still sends out the same signal for food!

When stressed we all turn to high calorific and high sugar foods because they give us an instant rush of refined sugar into the blood stream – a kind of sugar high, high fat foods always taste nice as fat is an emulsifier which binds flavours together. The more dense carbohydrates give us feelings of calmness and fullness as well as the sugar high. High sugar foods trigger a release of dopamine in the brain – dopamine is the reward and motivation neurotransmitter and because it feels good it can become addictive. However the price we pay for these sugar rushes is the resulting sugar crash which can leave us feeling worse than before and overtime can negatively affect your insulin production leading to diabetes and weight gain. In addition high sugar foods are bad for your teeth, your liver, your waistline and also your cholesterol!

When we are stressed we often have difficulty sleeping, either lying awake for hours not able to fall asleep, or waking up repeatedly throughout the night. Lack of sleep can impair both ghrelin and leptin which help control appetite. Furthermore, when we are tired we crave high sugar foods as we struggle with tiredness and we often reach out for energy and caffeine drinks which give us a short term lift but negatively impact our sleep.

If any of this sounds like you, hypnotherapy can help bring your body back to it's calm and natural state and the effects of learning to calm yourself are long lasting.

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Mental Rehearsal prepares our brain for the real world act. Our subconscious doesn't know the difference between what is real and what is imagined! Start paving the life you want today.

A Neuron study reports brain machine interface technology may shed light on how mentally running through a routine improves performance.
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“The old healer to the soul:
It’s not your back that hurts, but the burden.
It’s not your eyes that hurt, but injustice.
It’s not your head that hurts, it’s your thoughts.
Not the throat, but what you don’t express or say with anger....
Not the stomach hurts, but what the soul does not digest.
It’s not the liver that hurts, it’s the anger.
It’s not your heart that hurts, but love.
And it is love itself that contains the most powerful medicine.” ~ Unknown

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The science of Hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy is based in neurosomatic sciences. It is therefore concerned with the relationship of mind and body and the subjective experiences of an individual.

One’s mental, emotional and physical habits are based in the connections formed during childhood, between the neurons in the brain. Neuropathways are formed, dissolved and recreated through message repetition and intense emotional events or trauma. These experiences are rooted in the subc...onscious mind in the right side of the brain.

Understanding the subconscious is the best way of getting to know oneself. It composes roughly 90% of the mind and houses one’s imagination, memories, emotions and autonomic nervous system.

We often have very clear wishes and goals, but these often feel obstructed and difficult to achieve because of old programming and mental habits.

Hypnosis slows down brain waves from the conscious beta state to an alpha or a theta state. This allows the subconscious mind, and all that it holds, to come forward. When one gains access to repressed memories and emotions in this manner, profound physiological and emotional healing and transformation can occur rapidly. Hypnotherapy is proactive, in that the client uses hypnosis to access their own powerful abilities to facilitate permanent change.

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Hypnosis for Memory Recovery

The reason why hypnosis can help with memory recall is that everything you have ever experienced is still in your subconscious, called an ingram. Nobody ever forgets anything, everything that we go through in our lifetime makes an impression and we store it away. We can recall these memories through hypnosis because we shut down the critical mind, which is like a gatekeeper, at this point we can look into our subconcious and actually make profound changes. When we say we can’t remember, it’s because we are looking in the wrong place.

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Super Blue Moom coming our way!

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Super Blue Blood Moon: Rare Celestial Event Happening on Jan. 31
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The rare Super Blue Blood Moon is about to happen for the first time in 150 years!