Worry... Less

Worry is wasting today's time, cluttering up tomorrow's opportunities with yesterday's troubles. If you think too much and fail to take action, fear makes its home in your mind.

Worrying tries to cross a bridge before you come to it. Worry is holding in your mind that which you don't want to happen. If you think it is and it isn't, it will become so even tho it isn't.

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Workplace Stress Relieved with Hypnosis

I live and work in the North State of California because of the pristine environment and the wonderful people who live here. I'm comfortable here and wouldn't consider living anywhere else. Even in the North State, workplace stress can be a self-limiting problem. The relationships of those we work with often dictates the level of stress in the work environment…

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How Hypnosis Changed My Life… Forever

Dear Reader,

I've asked my good friend, Russell Yarnell, to share his amazing hypnosis story with you. How he attended a basic hypnosis training course for the purpose of improving his guitar playing. How that experience changed his life resulting in helping thousands of people lose weight, stop smoking and improve their lives. Most importantly, he changed the public perception of hypnosis at the time from hocus-pocus, voodoo, witchcraft, to the respected social sciences tool it has become today.

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Law of Reverse Effect

A friend once said the harder you attempt to accomplish a goal, the more difficult it gets. In hypnosis this phenomena is called the law of reverse effect. I experience it daily with my clients who are pumped up, filled with motivation, commitment and ready to bust through a brick wall to achieve their goals…

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I, Me, My, Mine

Birth is the beginning of a long journey to discover who you really are. We are work in progress from our first breath to our last. We are born confronting vast possibilities. We must forge through other people's ideas and perceptions and from all this environmental influence we must develop a self by choosing which of these raw materials that define the end result which is what you will become and who you are.

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20 Worst Packaged Foods & 10 Best Healthy Foods

I was browsing through Half Price Books not long ago and discovered a fantastic, awesome hidden treasure. A series of easy to read books authored by David Zinczenko, who is the editor-in-chief of Men's Health magazine published by the amazing Rodale Press.

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Your Weight Problem Is Not Your Fault

I have been trying to convince overweight people for years that circumstance is as responsible for their condition as behavioral choices…

I remember when America didn't suffer an obesity epidemic. Things have changed dramatically. And all of these changes effect you, your diet, lifestyle, how you live and how you feel about you and the world around you.

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So You Want to Be a Hypnotist

At least once a week I get the questions "What's it like to be a hypnotist?" and "How can I become a hypnotist?" First, becoming a quality hypnotist requires that you understand the ultimate goal of delivering the exact results your client wants, pays for and deserves. The desire to help people overcome their problems and help them enjoy a more rewarding and fulfilling life must be your top priority…

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New Year, New You, or Just the Same…

Ouch! Pain! Suffering! That's what happens when your New Years' resolution comes to a crashing halt. We get psyched up, excited, motivated, enthusiastic about change. The money we will save on costly smoking habits, the embarrassment and discomfort we feel because we are overweight, and the crippling stress our fast-paced society creates. All three of these unwanted behaviors can be neutralized or eliminated completely in a short period of time with little expense.

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Misconceptions About Hypnosis

Hypnosis is not what most people think. Misconceptions about hypnosis have been perpetrated by television, movies and unethical stage demonstrations. Hypnosis today is offered in the curriculums of prestigious universities like Harvard School of Medicine, Stanford University, Seton Hall School of Medicine, Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons, and other institutions of higher learning…

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