- Hypnotize your friends and family, exercise your brain, just have fun!
- Hypnosis II is an optical illusion dashboard, allowing you to call up 50 optical illusions, funky images and moving spirals. Besides being fun optical illusions can help you think in multiple dimensions (why does this 2D image look 3D?), enhance critical thinking skills (why do these dots look like they are moving?), and even help you with some memory recall (try to draw a detailed copy without looking at it).
- Includes famous optical illusions like the Hermann Grid, the café wall illusion, Fraser’s Spiral, motion illusions and more!
- This app is intended for entertainment purposes only.
http://bit.ly/1Vxul4f Dr. Steve G. Jones Ed.D. has been practicing hypnotherapy since the 1980s. He is the author of over 22 books on Hypnotherapy and is certified as a Clinical Hypnotherapist by the National Guild of Hypnotists and the American Board of Hypnotherapy.
This is a quick introduction to the power of hypnosis, and how it can help to improve your law of attraction results.
You have probably heard of the law of attraction, you have probably even tried to use it, however apparantly fewer than 1 in 100 get the result they are looking for.. at least on their early attempts.
Often the lack of success in the law of attraction is simply because it’s an abstract principle and we all have different thoughts, different ways of thinking, different thinking, and various approaches to the law of attraction. Also, what often works well with one person simply might not be right for another person.
In amongst all of these possible reasons behind a lack of success there is one common one – belief, or I should say, a lack of belief.
The law of attraction is so abstract and often so against our common beliefs and values that we struggle to believe it is possible… even those people who get excited about the law of attraction,those people who really embrace it and dive head first into it, even such people have subconscious doubts which hold them back.
This is one reason why so many people are embracing hypnosis for help in their law of attraction journey.
Hypnosis can help target your subconscious mind and re-program your limiting thinking and doubts from the inside out. This way your beliefs, or I should say your lack of belief in the law of attraction will be re-programmed.
Hypnosis will replace your doubts for a, belief in the law of attraction, and a simple, unshake-able faith that you can focus your mind on your own wishes and have them become a reality.
Hypnosis is more typically used for things like dieting, giving up smoking, and confidence etc, but now there are new albums being released by a new hypnosis audio webiste called Natural Hypnosis which are exclusively adapted to the law of attraction.
A phobia can be defined as a fear not based in reality. When a person has a phobic attack, they get panicky feelings; their respiration and heart rates increase; they may experience feeling choked up like their heart is in their throat; the palms of their hands often get sweaty; they may experience a ringing in their ears; and they often find that they are unable to partake in an activity. These feelings motivate the individual to avoid the situations and environments that cause them.
Specific Examples Of Phobias:
For instance, if someone has a fear of driving, they would display these symptoms whenever they endeavor to drive, or maybe even when they just think about driving. Or a freight attack may perhaps take place only when driving in certain places like in heavy traffic.
Stage freight is a fairly widespread phobia. The panicky feelings appear when the person tries to talk in front of a person that they are intimidated by, or they may experience fearful feelings only in front of an assembly of people. The size of the crowd may vary. This fear can be triggered by fears of inadequacy, or a lack of self-esteem.
Those who suffer from social anxiety disorder can get very worried just being around other folks, even folks that they know. It’s a fear that they will be criticized or evaluated by other people. This fear can be triggered in almost any kind of social interaction. A person could be standing on line at a variety store and get panicky feelings as they think about having to talk to the cashier during checkout.
The fear of test taking (which is frequently known as test anxiety) is quite a common phobia. Phobias to taking tests are rooted in comparing yourself to other folks, and is deeply rooted in a fear of failure.
People have experienced irrational fears to every type of situation under the sun. For example: Snakes; bugs; relationships; flying; small enclosed places; animals; high places; death; and even the great outdoors.
Agoraphobia is generally considered to be a fear of open spaces. However, this definition is quite deceptive because Agoraphobics are really afraid of having a panic attack, wherever they are. Agoraphobia develops when a person begins to avoid places or situations they have associated with anxiety. For example, they could have a panic attack at home, church, or in a gas station.
For many, once the panic attacks have started, they begin to anticipate them to occur. And this expectation actually triggers them with increasing frequency. Other folks experience fearful feelings on a continuous basis. These feelings cause an overall discomfort, rather than panic.
Forms Of Treatment That Are Available:
Some physicians care for their patients with sedatives, which can make the phobia worse over extended treatment. Sedatives do not treat the underlying origin of a phobia; they only disguise some of the symptoms.
Some counselors advocate “Talk Therapy.” Talk therapy is merely talking about what is bothering you. Unfortunately, thinking about or talking about the situation or environment that triggers a phobia can trigger a phobic attack!
Traditional hypnotherapy has been used to treat phobias, but with only meager success. Traditional hypnotherapy is accomplished when the hypnotist guides the subject into a relaxed state of self-hypnosis and gives him post-hypnotic commands or suggestions. Since most people of our generation question and resist direct suggestions, they also reject the belief that they will be more relaxed and at ease when they encounter the situation or environment that triggers their panic attacks.
Systematic Desensitization is the practice of gradually desensitizing a phobic person to the condition or environment that triggers a phobic attack. For instance, if a person wanted to dive from a high board but fears it, she is asked to first dive from a height that she feels confident about. She dives in and realizes that she didn’t get hurt and that she is secure.
The next thing she is asked to do is to dive in from the lowest step of the ladder going up to the high diving board. Again, she dives in and realizes that she was not hurt and that she is safe.
Over a period of time the subject is asked to dive in from gradually higher and higher steps on the ladder. Each time she dives in and realizes that she didn’t get hurt and that she is safe and sound, she is able to move up to the next rung of the ladder. If she experiences fear, then she’s asked to move back down one rung on the ladder and dive from there until she feels complete comfort and security. In the end she makes it to the top of the ladder and is able to dive in from the high board itself.
Systematic Desensitization While In The State Of Hypnosis:
Systematic Desensitization can be done virtually while in a hypnotic state with as good as or even better results. While in a relaxed hypnotized state, the woman would be asked to visualize herself diving in from each step on the ladder. She would be asked to see herself feeling confident as she dives in. Since she is actually disassociated while seeing herself, she is not able to experience a panic attack.
Next she’s asked to associate, in other words to put the camera inside of her head so she would see what she would see through her own eyes if she was actually diving in from each step of the ladder. She is asked to imagine feeling safe and relaxed as she dives in.
Just as in a live (in vivo) systematic desensitization, if she feels any panic she’s asked to go back to the previous lower step on the ladder and imagine diving in from there.
The phobic might be taught to create a kinesthetic (feeling or touch) “anchor” of feelings of safety and security. She could then activate that anchor while imagining that she’s diving, and the feelings of security and safety could be subjectively transferred to the act of diving.
Systematic Desensitization while in self hypnosis can be incredibly effective and totally successful, but is can also be slow and take several hypnotic sessions to bring about a cure.
NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) V/K Disassociation:
NLP is basically the study and practice of how we create our reality. The V/K stands for visual / kinesthetic. The V/K Disassociation is a method that allows a trained NLP Practitioner to guide a subject through specific visual imagery that quickly and in many cases instantly disconnects or disassociates the feelings of horror from the phobia that causes them. The V/K Disassociation is known as the “One session phobia cure” in NLP circles, and with good reason.
Phobias are common in our culture. They are fears that aren’t based in reality. There are many treatments for phobias, but so far in my estimation, the best treatments are Systematic Desensitization while a hypnotic state, and the NLP V/K Disassociation technique.