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The ego in hypnosis

Who am I? Ever since Sigmund Freud the concept of the ego has been an intense topic of conversation. We attempt to understand who we are in terms of not only our physical description, but also our values, beliefs, and behaviors. When all of this is considered, we just may have a reasonable concept of our “I-ness.” This can also be referred to as our ego. In the Freud-influenced Western world a healthy mind is often synonymous with a healthy ego. This means that a stable ego is presumed to be a core requirement for the maintenance of adequate mental health. However, as normal ins-and-outs of life include frequent destabilizing events, we must constantly adjust our ego. When this works properly, the ego is sound; when not, an adjustment is warranted. So if we continue to take this Freudian approach, what is the role of hypnosis? Hypnosis may play a significant in facilitating...

Resolving your Fears and Anxieties

Let’s face it. For each and every one of us there is something or someone who inspires in us a level of anxiety and dread, which can reasonably be referred to as fear. For some it can be the thought of a snake, spider, dogs, or even wide open spaces. Others constantly live in utter misery as they tend to avoid many of the sights, sounds, and occurrences of modern-day life. What causes this and do we have a choice?

As humans we have a superior ability to anticipate and simulate. When we anxiously await the arrival of a person who we love or are overly concerned about the possibility of an adverse situation occurring, our brain goes through an anticipation and simulation process. In fact, there is a specific part of the brain, which handles these natural functions. Interestingly enough, it is the same one that makes it possible for us to have imagination and which allows us to...

Can you Go from Drinking Too Much to Being in Control of you Life?

For many people drinking beer, wine, and liquor is used as a way to relax. Indeed, alcohol reduces our inhibitions and affects the brain by slowing down the part of the brain that serves as the switchboard of our thoughts. This makes us feel more at ease and allows us to feel comfortable around others. However, when used to an extreme, the abuse of alcoholic drinks can create behavioral and health problems that can lead to unhappiness and despair.

One crucial thing that you must be aware of is that our brain – and body – is designed to learn. When we repeat certain behavior, we transform as we are programmed with this new behavior. The more that the behavior is repeated, the more that the related neural pathways become stronger. And, the chemical reactions in our body become increasingly reinforced. When we drink – either socially or at an addictive level – we contribute to...










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