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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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 […]
This book 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. Understanding how these forces interact gives therapists a sure way of intervening to affect resolution and healing.
Hypnotic regression has been criticised by some therapists as involving an obsession with the past. Why bother with the past when we live in the present and look forward to the future? However, this view misses the crucial point about regression and that is that we are not actually going into the past at all […]
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 […]
A hypnotic regression, also called an age regression, is a process in which a person in hypnosis recalls a memory or series of memories relating to a specific issue. The regression can be to empowering moments experienced in the past, or it can be to those more traumatic memories causing negative habits and symptoms in […]