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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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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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The courtroom of the mind – a metaphor for hypno-analysis

Analytical hypno-analysis using ego states and transactional analysis As described by Edgar Barnett in the book Unlock Your Mind and be Free. Edgar Barnett uses an extended metaphor of a Courtroom of the Mind to very effectively dramatize the forces at work in the origination of disease and emotional suffering. He likens the troubled person […]

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Resolving the ISE in hypnosis

How to resolve the ISE and bring acceptance to the past (This article provides detail on Step 6 of the  process described in the Regression Hypnosis article on this site.) During regression hypnotherapy the first part of the session will be devoted to finding the Symptom Producing Events (SPEs) or the Initial Sensitizing Event, the […]

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Regression hypnosis Part 1 – Introduction

The subconscious mind is the home of our emotions, imagination, and memory. Everything we have ever experienced is recorded there and is accessible to us in the present. Memories can be obscured by the simple passing of time, or they may have been purposefully hidden by the ego in an act of self-protection. Some memories […]

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Ideomotor hand movements

Accessing creative resources using ideomotor hand movements This technique allows unconscious processes to be resolved without the client being aware of the content of the processes. It harnesses the client’s resources and provides a completely non-invasive, non-threatening option for situations where you don’t want to rush into an age regression. The ideomotor movements are passive […]

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