Pain Relief Hypnosis
Hypnosis has been used for pain relief for centuries, and even today is widely used in surgical procedures. How does it work? By changing the way your brain interprets and responds to pain signals.
It is always important to check out what is causing any pain you may experience, as this is your body's way of alerting you to problems and making you take care of yourself. But once it has served its purpose and you have taken or are taking the right course of action to deal with the problem, there is no need for you to endure more pain. — read moreStop Sex Obsession Hypnosis
An obsession with sex, although exciting at first, can quickly become exhausting and draining. And because sex is such an essential, natural drive, sex obsession can develop quite quickly, especially when other needs are not met.
Too much focus on sex inevitably distracts you from your goals, uses up valuable energy, and can potentially send the wrong signals at the wrong time in relationships, causing damage and frustration.
Put sex back into proper perspective
Sex is, of course, an important part of life. It is a natural drive that needs to be fulfilled. But sex is just part of life, and in its proper place, like the seasoning in a meal, adds flavor, spice and excitement. Too much seasoning though, and the meal becomes unpalatable.
The Stop Sex Obession pack will help your brain release its obsession with sex and allow it to return to its natural place in your life. — read moreHypnosis can help you calm down unnecessary fears
The trouble is, when you spend too much time thinking too closely about everything that could go wrong, the famous mind-body connection goes into overdrive. Your worrying thoughts can trigger the actual physical emotions that would accompany those unfortunate events. Your heart rate rises, adrenaline floods into your bloodstream, and your body gets ready to face what it believes is a real and present danger.
When really it's all in your imagination.
Now obviously, it doesn't make sense to say you should just stop preparing for future events, and planning for negative eventualities, altogether. That would be likely to bring you some perfectly real (as opposed to imaginary!) difficulties. — read more