Celeste's Blog

From time to time I have personal messages I'd like to share with you; I hope you find them worthwhile reading. You are also welcome to leave your comments.

Helping Criminals Remember Details of a Crime

on Sunday, 24 November 2013.

Helping Criminals Remember Things

Forensic hypnosis has been around awhile and from time to time I am asked how it works.  It is for this reason that I've included this interesting article in my blog. 

In general, specially trained hypnotists use hypnosis to help victims of crime remember details of what happened.  When victims are afraid, it is not uncommon for them to be unable to recall consciously important things that police need to know to help them.  Details such as license plate numbers, dates, times, clothingitems worn by the criminal or tatoos can all be supremely important in investigating crimes and, luckily, can be recalled more clearly when hypnosis sessions are conducted properly. 

This article is one of the first I have ever seen that talks about how hypnosis can help criminals remember things.  Check it out and see what you think. 


Marie Mongan's HypnoBirthing® Hits the JACK POT!

on Saturday, 15 June 2013.

Kate Middleton plans to use the process

So who is Marie Mongan?  A grandmother who birthed her baby with no pain using hypnosis, taught her daughter to do the same and then went on to not only write a book about it, but also to create a business where she teaches hypnotists to help clients use the method.  Wow, Marie congratulations!

For those of you who are pregnant you may be interested in knowing that HypnoBirthing is not the only hypnosis method for having a baby.  There is another process called Hypnobabies® and many other hypnotists who have learned and use other methods, such as Gerald Kein's method,  to help clients birth babies with greater comfort, less medical intervention, calmness and joy.

If you are having a baby, I would definintely consider using hynosis to help you.  Lamaz, has NOTHING on what hypnosis can do for you!


Hypnosis and IBS in Dallas

on Wednesday, 05 June 2013.

Sweedish Study Shows Hypnosis Effective on IBS

What stress makes worse, hypnosis makes better, and so we absolutely find the effects of IBS lessened greatly after hypnosis sessions are completed.   The way we do hypnosis for IBS in my office is to find the subconscious thinking component of the problem and the emotions that are involved, but that have been buried, hidden, from the conscious mind.  Once we uncover those two things, done easily in a hypnotic state, but while you are awake and aware, we use techniques that nuetralize these negative feelings. 

These feelings and thoughts cause undo stress on the body and subsequently make worse IBS sypmtoms.  The process is fast, elegant, criteria based and methodical and takes about 5 sessions. 

Here is an article on the new sweedish research.  The hypnotists in the study probably do the work a bit different but the results are what is important. http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/12/121218094234.htm

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Hypnosis Proven Effective for Hot Flashes

on Wednesday, 29 May 2013.

I ran across this research that supports work that I have done with clients and thought I'd share it with you.  Even though the hypnotists in the research do hypnosis differently from the way I do,  it's nice to see that the research is there. 

Hypnotists are so often getting results that are AHEAD of what is being researched.  Usually research about hypnosis is based on antiquated techniques like progressive relaxation inductions, and direct suggestion. 

These techniques along with visualization have been used for eons effectively for many medical issues, but now have additional techniques that are even more advanced.  I wouldn't be surprised if the results are far better in terms of  higher percentages being successful and the results lasting, than what this article indicates.

I hope you like the article and if you have hot flashes don't give up hypnosis can help you!  http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/10/121024111526.htm