Hypnotherapy in Later Life: Part 4

Hypnotherapy in Later Life: Part 4

Inner Peace What does inner peace look like? To many, it would be a serene spiritual figure – the Virgin Mary, Gandhi, or White Tara. Can we imagine becoming that? Probably not, and it’s not what I mean by “inner peace.” Inner peace is not an endpoint, it’s a...
Hypnotherapy in Later Life: Part 4

Hypnotherapy in Later Life: Part 3

Spiritual Deepening The conscious mind serves to protect our personality from accepting harmful judgments. Sometimes those judgments are positive, such as when a caregiver is told “but you’re doing a great job” when a request for help is refused. Sometimes judgments...
Hypnotherapy in Later Life: Part 4

Hypnotherapy in Later Life: Part 2

Life Review While philosophers make much of reason, the most complex parts of the mind evolved to help us create communities. Community starts with the family – we look at our parents’ faces and find comfort or distress. Sometimes those responses are instinctive: when...
Hypnotherapy in Later Life: Part 4

Hypnotherapy in Later Life: Part 1

Marvelous Opportunity Most clients seek hypnotherapy to correct behaviors that limit success. In later years, that motivation shrinks – we don’t have to stand up in front of an audience or look good in a bikini. So why would a senior client seek hypnotherapy? Certain...