What % of the mind are you using?

Scientists used to believe humans used up to 5, perhaps even 10% of their conscious brain. Now researching is showing we may be using less than 1% of our conscious mind. What does this mean to you? This may explain why habits are so hard to break. Have you ever heard yourself say, “I’ll never do that again” and then you do it again, and again, and again, and again? Hypnotherapy is the solution to breaking habits instantly! Hypnotherapy allows

Neuroplasticity (also known as cortical re-mapping) refers to the ability of the human brain to change as a result of one’s experience, that the brain is ‘plastic’ and ‘malleable’. The discovery of this feature of the brain is rather modern; the previous belief amongst scientists was that the brain does not change after the critical period of infancy. The brain consists of nerve cells (or “neurons”) and glial cells which are interconnected, and learning may happen through change in the

Hi, it’s Jennifer Alexander and I just finished reading an article on Mel Gibson The article was titled Mel Gibson, Bipolar Disorder and Alcohol. The article was about the voicemails Mel was leaving his ex-girlfriend Oksana. Individuals who experience manic episodes also commonly experience depressive episodes as well.  These events are usually separated by periods of “normal” mood; but, in some individuals, depression and mania may rapidly alternate, which is known as rapid cycling. The articles continues on to say

Hi, it’s Jennifer Alexander and I just read an article on WebMD titled Depression: Using Positive Thinking. The article said that depression is an illness that makes a person feel sad and hopeless much of the time. It’s different than feeling a little sad or down. Depression can be treated with counseling or medicine, or both.  It went on to say that positive thinking also can help prevent or control depression. I love this!  Positive thinking is vitally important in

Hi, it’s Jennifer Alexander and I just finished reading an article on Catherine Zeta-Jones. The article reported that Catherine is being treated for bipolar II disorder. People with bipolar II swing from severe depression to a milder and briefer manic state called hypomania. “People notice a change, but it’s not extreme,” Miklowitz said. David J. Miklowitz, PhD, is a professor of psychiatry at the UCLA School of Medicine. Usual treatments for bipolar II include medications and psychotherapy.  In general, a

The idea that our subconscious mind records everything perfectly has been around for a very long time. Using this untrue myth, it is claimed that you can remember anything perfectly from your past (and sometimes your past life), from where you left your key’s, to names or faces of people involved in a crime, well almost anything you once saw or heard. Sir Frederic Charles Bartlett (20 October 1886 – 30 September 1969) was a British psychologist and the first

Some people use the terms the unconscious and the subconscious interchangeably, but this is not accurate from Freud’s definition. Unconscious, first and foremost, does not mean, as it is used in medical terminology “knocked out” or anesthetized.  In simple terms, the unconscious is the store of collected information that has been repressed and is not easily brought to the conscious mind. These memories not recognized by the conscious mind can be memories of trauma, or even simply memories, thought patterns,

Hi, it’s Jennifer Alexander and I read Russell Brands blog online today. He wrote that when you love someone who suffers from the disease of addiction you await the phone call. There will be a phone call he says. The sincere hope is that the call will be from the addict themselves, telling you they’ve had enough, that they’re ready to stop, ready to try something new. Of course though, you fear the other call, the sad nocturnal chime from

Hi, it’s Jennifer Alexander and I saw Lady Gaga on The View the other day. She was talking about the passing of her friend Amy Whinehouse. Lady Gaga said the most unfortunate thing about it all is the way the media spins things with them saying that we can all learn things from Amy’s death. Lady Gaga went on to say that she feels the lesson we should all learn is to be kinder so superstars. What really needs to

Is hypnosis dangerous??? No, hypnosis is not dangerous.  Hypnosis is safe, relaxing and therapeutic.  There are no negative side effects of being hypnotized. The positive side effects of hypnosis can included, Sleeping better Improved relationships Increased confidence Decrease in pains in the body due to a decrease in stress

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