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The close relationship between mind & body is increasingly reflected by neurological research. What seems to the mind of a human being a sometimes elusive emotion, on a biological level, it are clear assignments for neurotransmitters to control all kinds of...
What if you are no longer helplessly exposed to flu and colds? What if you could do something yourself so that your immune system would be better prepared for viruses of any kind? This is exactly how we support you with Immuno-Boost® for strengthening immune system. A...
New powerfull tool for self-helpNow you can experience a beautiful new technique for self-help called the Havening Techniques® that can be used to treat the intricate relation between mind and body to solve fears, anxiety and a whole range of other problems. What is...
You can indirectly strengthen your immune system using hypnosis. This article explains the how and why. Stress suppresses the immune system Stress suppresses the immune system and stress in turn suppresses the immune system, making us more susceptible to contracting...
Hypnotherapy the profession of the future makes a lot progress. Scientific research shows the effectiveness in many areas such as pain management, fear and phobias, test anxiety, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Fibromyalgia, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, eating disorders...
An irrational fear or phobia can be problematic, lead to disease and hinder the normal functioning of an individual. Scientific research shows that hypnotherapy helps. In fact fear is a motivator. Wikipedia says: "Fear is an emotion induced by a threat perceived by...
REMARKABLE Tekst: Petra Teunissen, Fotografie: Suzanne Hanekamp Professional hypnosis is quite unknown in the Netherlands. We often associate hypnosis with bizarre shows or floating states. Hypnotist Ina Oostrom is averse of such prejudice. She discovered Hypnotic...
Overview of hypnosis applications
Fears and phobias
Highly sensitive children
Focus and concentration
Nervous tics and limitations
Incendible intestinal syndrome (PDS – IBS)
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Regression to previous lives
Smoking (Speaks with)
Postponement behaviour (Procrastination)