Tag Archives: Medical Issues

  I am working with a second member of a family. Both clients have found the creative breathing technique I teach to be extremely helpful, so they have taught all the family members how to use it. 
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  Last week I talked about focus and how clients get fixated on the problem rather than the solution. This week I want to give you some ideas to get started on how to focus on what you want, rather than what you don’t want. It really is easy!
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Today's Friday Photo comes from Indianapolis, Indiana. From your perspective I bet you see a flower. But what about the bird? Can you see it? Check out last Monday's blog, and the one coming next week. Dyer is so right - and remember that what you focus on expands.
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On any specific issue, are you satisfied with where you are? This is an important question because if you are not satisfied with it, and you continue to think about it as it is, nothing can change. What you focus on expands in your awareness and your mind will filter out anything contrary to that expectation. (see this old blog post on the 4 laws of the mind)
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Hi, I’m Linda Schutz, a board certified hypnotist at the FARE Hypnosis Center.  This morning a man from a delivery service stopped into our Center to drop off a package. He was a pleasant enough guy, in fact, if you didn't speak English and just listened to the sound of his voice, you would have thought he was a very upbeat, positive and comical person.
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  Stress gets a bad rap - and for the most part, rightfully so. But there is a good kind of stress and it’s called Eustress. 
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Today's Friday Photo comes from the Apple store in the Big Apple of New York City, NY. It's my time to brag about what a great hypnotist Linda is - in her 4th year at The FARE Hypnosis Center. A fortunate client got this quote to think about last week and it's been resounding in my mind ever since. How does this resonate with you? Thinking
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An issue that we see with some frequency is nocturnal bedwetting. Bedwetting isn’t considered problematic until after age 7, and is a concern for 8% of boys 12 and older, 4% of girls. It is frustrating for the parents and embarrassing for the child.
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I’m just returning from 10 days in the Pacific Northwest. I got used to not letting the rain interfere with my plans, even if those plans were outdoors. 
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