Tag Archives: Science/brain/body

I’m very excited, having just left a luncheon in Edina where a panel of experts spoke about innovation in the health care arena. They were creating things I could hardly wrap my head around, like growing new organs from stem cells and replacing body parts with them. Innovations in health care. It was so exciting!
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I had a few emails about the blog on beliefs I posted 2 weeks ago, in which I said, “Beliefs are thoughts that you think over and over again.” 
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There’s a section on my intake form for new clients that asks them to list 7 positive benefits they’d like to receive from their sessions. Invariably I get responses like feel less stress, learn to hate fast food, or be less of a couch potato. They don’t sound like very positive benefits do they?
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I attended an amazing talk this week by Vikas Narula, founder of Keyhubs. Vikas has created a software program that provides insights on influence of people and projects from informal networks within organizations. He talked about how typical hierarchies in organizations and groups cause division, but informal networks can serve to bridge those divides.
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I want to remind you that hypnosis is a natural state of mind. You go in and out of hypnosis everyday, usually multiple times, but at least twice a day. When you go to sleep and in the morning wake up, you have to pass through the trance states.
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I talk to every client about how to breath properly for to relax, get calm and feel in control. Get comfortable, close your eyes and do this with me.
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Today I’d like to talk about the Placebo Effect. It has been well researched in the medical community, and yet many neglect to talk to their patients about it. It is a
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Remember that old saying, “Sticks and stones may break your bones, but names will never hurt you?” Well, that is far
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