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Book Reviews, Mind Management

The Sacred Feminism

For two years, I attended Saturday Torah study at the Reform congregation in Westlake Village, Adat Elohim. As we struggled through Genesis, a recent college graduate plead for her sisters, "What does this have to do with women?" I leaned over and whispered in her ear, "This is all about men's problems." When constructing my… Continue reading The Sacred Feminism

Book Reviews, Mind Management

The Whole Truth

The twentieth century was the age of commercialization. The century opened with industrialization that undermined agrarian independence and wrought destruction on a global scale. The tonic was the media revolution that eroded cultural disparities and gave the working class a voice. But the century closed with the digital age, allowing us to filter our realities… Continue reading The Whole Truth

Mind Management

Designed to Love

One of the keys to mental healing is the belief that experience has meaning. From my book, "The Foundations and Practice of Lay Hypnotherapy," I offer this insight: We hurt and then heal each other because we are still learning how to express our capacity to love. https://videopress.com/v/OTLLE52J?preloadContent=metadata Transcript Hello, and welcome to this week’s… Continue reading Designed to Love

Basics

The Placebo Opportunity

Subconscious expectation is known to control medical outcomes. Hypnotherapy can target that power for other benefits. https://videopress.com/v/2M3Pokml?preloadContent=metadata Transcript There’s a problem ahead for drug companies trying to market new pain killers. Given the opioid epidemic, you might expect tighter regulation by the Food and Drug Administration. But it is actually something ancient and mysterious: the… Continue reading The Placebo Opportunity