The 7 common causes of psychosomatic disorders

How to use LeCron’s 7 causes “keys” of psychosomatic disorders Psychologist and hypnotherapist Leslie LeCron is credited with identifying the 7 common issues that cause symptoms or discomfort. The list of causes, with their associated questions, can be used in hypnosis to rapidly get to the source of any physical or emotional symptom. This is […]

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Book Review: Ideomotor Signals for Rapid Hypnoanalysis

A review of Ideomotor Signals for Rapid Hypnoanalysis by Dabney M. Ewin and Bruce N. Eimer This book is about using ideomotor signals for rapid hypnoanalysis of psychosomatic disorders. I bought it mainly because: I wanted to learn more about ideomotor signalling in hypnosis I wanted to find out how to use LeCron’s 7 common […]

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Self-hypnosis – perform your own regression

How to perform regression hypnotherapy on yourself using self-hypnosis Did you know that you can conduct a full hypnosis regression on yourself using self-hypnosis? The role of the therapist is taken by the conscious mind which asks the relevant questions, and the answers are given by the subconscious mind using ideomotor signals. I have found […]

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Ideomotor signals in self-hypnosis

How to set up ideomotor signals for self-directed therapy Hypnotherapists often set up ideomotor signaling in their clients so that answers can be elicited from a deeper level of the mind than would be possible if responses remained verbal. But it’s not commonly known that you can set up ideomotor signals for yourself to enable […]

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