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You are not suffering. You are not your past. You are not your physical appearance. You are not your failures. You are not your job. You are not your degree. You are not your family. You are not your friends. You are yourself, and only you! get to define who that is! Take the first...

HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

HAPPY HOLIDAYS! Why not give yourself (family/friends) gifts that keep giving for years to come! With up to 50% off! A thin, healthy, attractive body.  A smoke-free lifestyle!  A calm, relaxed, secure attitude.  Better sleep More energy and enthusiasm! Peace with the past. Financial abundance in 2014! Incredible motivation! Clarity and mental focus! Nobody needs another coffee maker or tie! But EVERYONE wants peace of mind and to look and feel their best! Thus, I’ve put together a few very special deals that will only last a few days, so take advantage now! You’ll be delighted you did. Contact me via info@outofsightinyourmind.co.uk for more...

Spiritual Consciousness Studies

Spiritual Consciousness Studies: A Scientific Essay of Structural Changes in the Brain During Meditation “Meditation is the process of uniting the Spirit-force with the spiritual Sound Current. Meditation alters electric key impulses in the brain and can change the workings and structure of our brain. Scientists have embraced the concept of ongoing brain development and “neuroplasticity”. The working of the brain can be seen through an electroencephalogram and structure of the brain can be observed through a MRI. A calm mind alone can be directed to meditation and through meditation we attain spiritual enlightenment. When the mind is focused in single-pointed concentration, upon a mantra (words symbol), then thought ultimately dissolves into silence, and then into the enlightened state of thoughtlessness. There are twelve apertures in the brain, which provide the means for communion with the six sub-divisions of Brahmand and with the six sub-divisions of the purely spiritual region. The apertures pertaining to Brahmand are found in the grey matter, and apertures pertaining to the purely spiritual region are found in white matter. The study was made on ten volunteers — five control and five meditating persons who regularly practice meditation for a duration of six hours per week for at least four months. The effect of meditation is observed on the respiratory and heart rates. Both tend to decrease with meditation. The thickness of grey matter is higher in the meditating persons vis-a’-vis the non-meditating persons.” (Spircon 2010 Radhasoami Book, Agra) In conclusion meditation is a wonderful and fantastic thing to practice because  meditation is just a form of self...

Understanding the Conscious critical faculty and how phobias start.

Your conscious critical faculty is the part of the brain that sits as a filter between the conscious mind and the subconscious mind. It contains as a database of your beliefs built over your life and these beliefs are based on your life experiences and interactions with other people in your life and they may be correct or incorrect assumptions. The conscious critical faculty filter accepts and interprets information constantly and works out in split seconds whether the information being received is “correct or incorrect” depending on the interpretation that is stored in the subconscious mind. An example of this could be someone with a strong phobia of spiders and even though they “consciously” and logically knew that the spider was not going to hurt them, this did not stop them jumping on the chair and screaming in fear. What has happened is that they learned in their early formative years from seeing someone else’s reaction that spiders were to be feared and they have taken that fear on as a belief in their own subconscious mind. This belief is then stored and cemented over with the CCF (conscious critical faculty). So when that person sees a spider, she may logically think, they won’t hurt me, the mind goes to check the CCF and finds that she is wrong, there is a information in here from past experience that spiders will hurt her. This is a false belief but it is the overriding one (as the subconscious mind always wins), so you can see how easily people get stuck with irrational fears. But with the power of hypnotherapy together...
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Big update

So I have been quite the busy bee over the 6 weeks or so and I noticed that this website is lacking a lot of  fundamental key items. So without further a do I shall be putting full force and effort into this page and making it look sparkly for you wonderful people. You can all still reach me on the social media sites or alternately drop me an email. info@outofsightinyourmind.co.uk Be prepared for a paradigm shift!...

Stress Kills, learn how to kill stress before it kills you!

Deal with your stress today use hypnotherapy As each individual deals with stress differently it is hard to identify its exact cause. However, common causes include loss, change, an uncertain future, conflicts with your belief system or life cycle transitions. The brain does not distinguish between real or imagined stress and stress is often created by what we think rather than what has actually happened. Hypnotherapy can help individuals to understand why they think the way they do and how these thoughts can be positively changed to manage stress. As it is not the situation itself that causes stress (or everyone would be stressed by the same situation), but our reaction to the situation, hypnotherapy can be effective for managing stress. By altering our reaction to a particular situation during hypnosis to a more positive one, the feelings about that situation can also become more positive. When an individual then experiences that situation in real life, their reaction will often be much...

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) with hypnosis.

  Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) often referred to as Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (M.E), is a weakening illness which sees the sufferer experience long term fatigue which is not improved with sleep, a symptom also accompanied by a myriad of other side effects ranging from concentration difficulties through to sensitivity to bright lights. The NHS estimates that around 250,000 people in the UK suffer from CFS at any one time and though anyone can contract the illness it is most common among women in their early 20s to mid 40s.   Symptoms of CFS Symptoms will vary in severity from person to person, with the least effected still able to care for themselves although possibly requiring days off work to rest. Those who are moderately effected may experience a reduction in mobility and disturbed sleep patterns. Severe symptoms render sufferers unable to carry out every day tasks such as brushing teeth and often mean sufferers require the use of a wheelchair. Very severe symptoms will mean the inability to carry out everyday tasks, bed rest for the majority of the day, intolerance to noise and sensitivity to bright lights. Symptoms which may be experienced can be found listed below and along with exhibiting one or more of the following, adults who believe they may be suffering with CFS must have been experiencing chronic fatigue for a period of at least four months with no other medical condition identified as the cause. chest pain chronic cough irregular heartbeat multi-joint pain without swelling or redness muscle pain nausea night sweats shortness of breath. Treatment for CFS Though the symptoms of...

Three Stress Release Options — the Healthy Choices

Stress Release Options — the Healthy Choices You have three healthy options for coping with stress: 1. Express yourself immediately but appropriately. Some situations, such as your child doing something dangerous, or a sales objection during a closing interview, will require an immediate response. You may find emotion reflected in your voice and your breath in the first example. In the second example, you may wish to take a deep breath first, then simply express yourself calmly and confidently. In some situations, such as a customer providing a bizarre excuse to avoid paying for an item–or with your own children– you may wish to find the humorous side of the situation. Laughter can be a good release. Sometimes tears release stress; sometimes, one word spoken firmly; sometimes sarcasm; etc., etc. You decide. 2. Express yourself later at a more appropriate time and place. This option might be in your best interest if an associate at work pushes the wrong button while others are present. Some people will accept your opinion much more readily in private over coffee or tea rather than in front of peers. Furthermore, parents frequently find it more enjoyable at mealtime to insist that their children wait until after dinner to solve their arguments. One value from my childhood that still remains with me is my father’s advice: good manners begin at home, and the table is a place of peace. We were NOT permitted to argue at the dinner table! Neither were we punished at mealtime unless the infraction took place at the table…in which case we were asked to leave the table. To this day, even at age 56, I...