Understanding the State of Trance or Neurypnology


The rationale behind the state of hypnotic trance was originally defined by Dr. James Braid (1795-1860) as neurohypnology. The term was later shortened for neurypnology and referred to a state of sleep of the nervous system. 

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The Scope and Boundaries of Hypnotherapy


Clinical hypnotherapy is not a licensed medical profession.  As such, hypnotherapists do not independently work with medical conditions, diagnose, treat or prescribe. By law, only licensed medical practitioners are authorized to diagnose, treat or prescribe for medical conditions. As clinical hypnotherapists, we address diagnosed conditions only with the referral and collaboration of licensed health care professionals.

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What You Believe Matters - by Eldon Taylor


Today is the official launch day of the new paperback version of Eldon Taylor's international best-selling book I Believe. The hardback edition of I Believe - When What You Believe Matters - was released last year and rapidly became an international best seller. The feedback received from readers was powerful. Many people reported significant breakthroughs in their lives—overcoming issues that had formerly seemed insurmountable.

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Life Wounds


In the words of Rose Kennedy, American philanthropist and mother of United States President John F. Kennedy:

“It has been said, 'time heals all wounds.' I do not agree. The wounds remain. In time, the mind, protecting its sanity, covers them with scar tissue and the pain lessens. But it is never gone.”

Rose Elizabeth Fitzgerald Kennedy

To learn how to address life wounds with hypnotherapy, click on the following link:  Clinical Hypnosis in Portland, Oregon and worldwide.

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Understanding the Biochemistry of the Brain


The brain is an electrochemical organ composed of billions of cells, called neurons, using electricity to communicate with each other. The combination of millions of neurons sending signals to one another produces electrical activity in the brain, that can be measured using medical machines such as an EEG (electroencephalogram). The main portion of the brain, the cerebrum or gray matter, is the control center of higher functions such as thought and emotion.

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Eldon Taylor's Research on Personal Empowerment


In his new book "Self-Hypnosis and Subliminal Technology - A How-To Guide for Personal Empowerment" New York Times best-selling author Eldon Taylor gives an excellent overview of the transformational power of hypnosis and subliminal techniques. 

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Criminal Case Files - Multijurisdictional Murder Investigation


Due to the traumatic nature of violent crimes, victims and witnesses often experience blocks in their ability to recollect key information and essential elements surrounding the events. Sometimes, the blocks extend over long periods of time, for which the person is unable to recollect any of their memories. 

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Reprogramming Brain Cells at the Subconscious Level of the Mind


Reprogramming the Brain in Portland OregonDr. Joseph Murphy's research on the power of the subconscious mind explains how to reprogram brain cells in the subconscious level of the mind. 

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Words from Shutter Island


Words from Martin Scorsese's 2010 movie Shutter Island.  In this drama set in 1954, U.S. Marshal Teddy Daniels (Leonardo DiCaprio) is assigned to investigate the disappearance of a patient from Boston's Shutter Island Ashecliffe Hospital for the criminally insane.

The following lines are quotes from the dialogue:

- Did you know that the word "trauma" comes from the Greek for "a wound"?  Wounds can create monsters. 

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Live Coverage of the Wilderness First Responder Program


Often imitated, never duplicated, the WFR (Wilderness First Responder) course taught by the Wilderness Medicine Institute (WMI) has become the nationally recognized standard in wilderness medicine education. Designed to train graduates to make critical medical and evacuation decisions in remote locations, the 80-hour course follows a fast, dynamic pace.  Classroom lectures rotate with hands-on scenarios in the wildnerness, placing participants in situations where their capacity to think, analyze and react rapidly are put to the test.

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