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Train Your Mind to Be Focused and Make More Money

Posted by on Jun 17, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

Train Your Mind to Be Focused and Make More Money

Thought Checks, Stop Thought Techniques to Maximize Your Focus From the desk of Sam Sterk, Ph.D., CC-AASP How do you deal with life’s ups and downs? How can you maximize your Focus? What’s the connection between Focus and how can you make more money? Estimates are that twenty to twenty five percent of our daily time is wasted, whether it be emails, watching television, or talking with people that’s unrelated to your business. This translates to your losing money on a daily basis, money that you could be earning. One of the most important...

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Edge of Tomorrow

Posted by on Jun 11, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

Edge of Tomorrow

Hello, my name is Lewis Heller and I am the current president for the Arizona Society for professional hypnotists otherwise known as ASPH. The purpose of this blog post is communicate the intention and utilization of hypnotherapy. You see, hypnosis is really about communication. Since all hypnosis is essentially self hypnosis, this is about being able to communicate better with your internal self. We as hypnotists attempt to guide the inner mind to be able to understand and make changes that are beneficial. We have no supernatural powers. We...

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Regret = Guilt and Depression

Posted by on Sep 30, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

Regret = Guilt and Depression

By Kate Ellis,ccht Like the cat that steals a baby’s breath in the middle of the night, in old folk lore, it arrives silently, as a thief invading your home and personal belongings. Digging through draws, overturning carefully placed conveniences donning a home. How violating an experience, to be robbed. After assessing the devastation comes the coulda, woulda, shoulda’s racing through the mind. Did I leave the door unsecured? Should I have had an alarm? Was it time for bad luck to visit? Why me? Insurance won’t cover...

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Allergies

Posted by on Sep 25, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

Allergies

Excerpt from Amazing Children by Doris Rapp, M. D., related to hypnotherapy. The referenced Hynotherapist in this excerpt is Robert J. O’Connor, CHt., President Emeritus, Arizona Society for Professional Hypnosis, www.wholeheartedenterprises.com. Hypnotherapy I would be remiss if I did not list hypnotherapy. I personally thought it was impossible that true allergies could be solely related to deep-seated emotional issues, especially when the suggestion or evidence of allergies dated way back to the period before the baby was born. Sure,...

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Feel the Power of Two Words

Posted by on Sep 16, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

Feel the Power of Two Words

By Kate Ellis,ccht Did you know you are empowering and disempowering yourself with every thought, word or body posture? Your subconscious mind is an obedient servant, it believes everything you say, unconditionally. The subconscious allows you to smoothly operate in the world. For example: You do not need to remember how to drive your car every time you enter the vehicle, you just stick the key in the ignition and go. The ego or conscious portion of your mind deals with the world outside of you, and the subconscious allows you to react...

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Reset Button

Posted by on Sep 9, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

Reset Button

By Kate Ellis,ccht You are running late, negotiating traffic, it slows to a crawl and time is ticking, people are waiting for you. Other drivers all of a sudden become idiots who can’t drive. Your phone is dead, no way to inform you are in route. As the moments that feel like hours tick by, you are becoming more and more irate, thinking others will be annoyed, inconvenienced or perhaps even angry with you, your thoughts are racing, blood pressure increasing and you’re getting angrier. Finally your realize there is no getting...

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Expectations

Posted by on Jul 24, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

Expectations

By Kate Ellis,ccht What screws us up most in life is the picture in our head of how it is supposed to be. We are masters of complicating life, especially when expectations do not meet with our desired reality. Expectations are encapsulated in our belief systems, as well as a projection onto others. Often we become disappointed or worse when our expectations are unmet. We lose faith in others, feeling betrayed or lied to. Reliance on others, even to keep their word is a slippery slope. The deeper your anger when promises go unfulfilled give...

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Honorable Mention : Gerard V. Sunnen, M.D.

Posted by on Jul 3, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

Honorable Mention : Gerard V. Sunnen, M.D.

A Leading Promoter/Practitioner of Hypnosis & Hypnotherapy. Gerard V. Sunnen, M.D., received his medical degree from the State of New York Medical School, Downstate Medical Center. Following an internship in surgery and medicine at Bellevue Hospital, New York, he was appointed resident, then chief resident at Bellevue Psychiatric Hospital. He has practiced medicine and psychiatry in the Air Force, in forensic, acute care, and general hospital settings, and is currently in private practice and a consultant to several corporations and...

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What is Anxiety & Panic Attacks?

Posted by on Jan 18, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

What is Anxiety & Panic Attacks?

Symptoms: Racing thoughts, racing heart, sweating of hands, feet, overly sensitive to sound, dry mouth, upset stomach, vomiting, diarrhea, feeling like you are having a heart attack, feeling as though you are dying, feeling like you are going to pass out, feeling as though you are going to lose control and act inappropriate…embarrassing yourself, migraine headaches, chronic pain even thought there is no injury, feeling like you want to run away, feeling like you need to hide. 1) Roots of Anxiety & Panic Attacks: A: General anxiety...

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ASPH President for 2013 | Robert O’Connor CHt.

Posted by on Dec 3, 2012 in Blog | 0 comments

ASPH President for 2013 | Robert O’Connor CHt.

Dear Friends, Colleague’s and Amazing Members of ASPH, It is a privilege and an honor to be selected to handle the affairs as President for 2013. We have been guided excellently by our Current President “Michael the Magnificent” DeSchalit and Vice President Sam the “Man” Sterk have added some well appreciated humor, wisdom and a depth of caring that I hope will continue long after their term as officers. I am Delighted to have Debbi Combs continue as our Super Secretary, what a joy she is and I can’t say...

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