HYPNOSIS CLEARS OBSESSIVE THINKING

The second reason we hypnotists like to do away with this diagnosis is because we know that a diagnosis is rarely the cause of an issue. It is a symptom of something else altogether that is going on in the psyche.

Hypnosis For Weight Loss Without Struggling.

Once people’s conscious desire, which is, “I want to lose weight” is aligned with the ‘I must survive’ needs of the unconscious mind, the conflicting viewpoints recede and people tend to keep the weight off.

Hypnosis Is A Proven Cancer Therapy

For many who have used it, hypnosis is a proven cancer therapy. For some time now I’ve used acupuncture and/or hypnosis with cancer patients in my New York clinic. Depending on the expectations, we get excellent results.  It is essential to have clearly defined expectations, and then to go about seeking to surpass them.  And while some would call this … Read More

WEIGHT LOSS AND IMMUNE CHALLENGES

Chronic Junk Food eaters often have an immune challenge going on in their liver that’s undiscovered. The reason they crave junk food isn’t some sort innate emotional weakness; it’s that they can’t digest food properly.

STOPPING SMOKING GUIDELINES

Among the things I do with stop smoking clients is spend time exploring past attempts at quitting and why they failed; I also identify the triggers that need to be avoided. Together we build a plan to break the link between cigarettes and the activities that go with them.

Occupy Wall Street Meets Acupuncture=Occupuncture

I was able, and happy, to help people with various complaints, including low back pain (sleeping atop cold hard ground? Gee.); depression; balky knee; insomnia; sniffly cold; diarrhea and stress. In other words, a pretty decent cross section of the population.

Weight Gain Is Now Brain Loss

I look forward to reclaiming our stake as a nation that is healthy. Not #37 out of 37 among the Western worlds ‘civilized’ nations in both health and quality of health care. Which is what we ar

OLD AND NEW SYSTEMS OF HEALING

For too long we, as a culture, have been tethered to a style of medicine that relies on drugs, surgery or radiation for curative strategies. Call it wishful thinking on my part, but I maintain that we are slowly turning the beast around.