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Get Angry, Take Back Your Life

The process that I am using to resolve past stress and trauma often requires the person to get angry. Frequently the past stress or trauma has anger attached to it. After all, if there is some abuse then there is anger attached to the perpetrator or event. I use hypnosis for the person to be able to do this as it is quick and effective. Recently I had a client who said that she could not get angry. When I pointed out that wi Read More...

A Soldiers Tale

The switch from combat to civilian life is an odd transition. We who saw real combat and those that never did all respond to life’s challenges differently. We saw death as another event. Deaths outside the immediate family viewed as callous and uncaring…no emotional capacity left…problems are tackled head on…regardless of consequences. Dealt with as quickly as possible. Marriages with fig Read More...

Your Past Stress and Anxiety

It is often said that you are a product of your past three generations. In the case of long term stress with no real cause this is very true. Most long term, stress, anxiety and depression is the product of some past stress or trauma that has not been resolved. In some cases, a person will have long term stress and anxiety without any real past stress and trauma. In these cases, it is often caused by the stress and a Read More...

Stress, Anxiety, Depression – Address the Cause

In a lot of cases of stress, anxiety and depression the treatment is often one of the use of chemicals, anti-depressants. This treatment is addressing the symptoms and not the cause, it’s like a band-aid. One of the biggest problems of this treatment is that it makes the person drug dependent. Traditionally stress, anxiety and depression takes a long time and a lot of the treatment is addressing the conscious mind. The Read More...

The Anger Within

Just recently I had a very meek and mild woman come to see me to resolve her past stress and trauma. I use a process called, The Richards Trauma Process to do this. This process uses hypnosis and for it to be successful you need to be able to get angry. When I told her this she replied, I don’t think I can get angry as I have forgiven everybody. My reply was bull!!!. Most past stress and trauma has anger attached to  Read More...

What are you thinking about?

We have all heard the term, what you think about you get. This is often said with a pinch of salt but as it happens there is more to this statement than at first appears. DNA is defined as self-replicating material which is present in nearly all living organisms as the main constituent of chromosomes. It is the carrier of genetic information. In a study conducted in the 80’s a group of students were asked to constan Read More...

Anxiety, It’s a Choice

Everything in life comes down to a choice. We often hear someone say that they have no choice. It’s not true, there is always a choice, even when there seems to be no choice. Anxiety can be overcome when you make a choice. You can decide that you have had enough or you can choose to stay anxious. It might not seem to be that way when you have been anxious for a long time but there is still a choice. You can choose to Read More...

Are you addicted to drama?

Do you have a life where you seem to go from one crisis to the next? Does your life resemble a sitcom where you go from drama to drama? These seems like a silly question, don't they? Does anyone really enjoy continuous drama in their life? Isn't life chaotic enough? It seems that for some people, drama follows wherever they go. The question is do we play a hand in creating some of our own anxiety inducing scenarios? Could Read More...

Righteous Anger

Often there is anger or excess energy associated with unresolved past stress or trauma. If this is not expressed or you do not let it go it contributes to long term stress, anxiety, depression and PTSD. When you see two dogs after a fight you will notice that they will shake. This has nothing to do with fear, they are getting rid of the anger and energy associated with the fight. If you see an Impala after escaping from a li Read More...

It’s safe for me to forget

One of the ways to protect one’s self and to feel safe is to forget the past stress or traumatic events. The problem with this strategy is that whilst consciously you forget the subconscious mind does not forget. If past stress or trauma is not resolved, turned into a memory, it does not get forgotten in the subconscious. The unresolved events are constantly being relived in the subconscious mind. This in turn leads to Read More...
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