Rediscovering Wholeness

Rediscovering Wholeness

Did you know that in childhood you are always in hypnosis? The mind absorbs experiences and learns new behaviors all at once. That unity breaks down about the time we turn eight as conflicts arise between our private and public behaviors. For example: “I...
A Bridge to Yourself

A Bridge to Yourself

What is the Hypnosis Rising difference? A client with fear of bridges would like to run and drive without anxiety. Most therapists use a form of desensitization to reduce the anxiety, empowering the client to achieve their goal. At Hypnosis Rising, I explain the...
Designed to Love

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...
The Placebo Opportunity

The Placebo Opportunity

Subconscious expectation is known to control medical outcomes. Hypnotherapy can target that power for other benefits. Transcript There’s a problem ahead for drug companies trying to market new pain killers. Given the opioid epidemic, you might expect tighter...
Befriending Your Subconscious

Befriending Your Subconscious

Some hypnotherapy skeptics look at brain activity scans and ask “where is the subconscious?” That’s the wrong question, because your conscious mind is only a small part of your brain – some say less than 10%. The conscious mind resides in the...