Do you need to remember your dreams? What are they telling you? Should they change you? Can you change them? Answers from brain science, theories of mind, and therapy. Meeting in Room #1 or #2
"Spontaneous fainting, an unexplained phenomenon, is a clue to the nature of consciousness... I guess 30% of us will instantly "faint" with nothing more than a touch and a few quick words. I can find no hard numbers, but this is not a myth, and it seems to have little to do with age or gender. It's called 'rapid induction'..."
group past life regression
"There are many forms of relaxation: mental, physical, visceral, temporal, pertaining to health, exercise, work, play, or relationships, for a start. These feel different, require different means, and have different ends, but we distinguish them
Event open to CACHE members. For remote Zoom link attendance contact me at LS@mindstrengthbalance.com Parts Therapy is a conversation between parts of a person's self, elicited from a client in trance, for the purpose of
On the Subject of Pain Control "Hypnosis can be used to reduce pain. Pain comes with sensation, and sensation is particular, so everyone's pain is a little different. To manage it, you must get a
"Focus your attention on your hands, and let them relax. Let them grow large in feeling, and feel a wave unfold from your shoulders, past your upper arms, elbows, forearms, wrists, and into your hands.