Every change of state of mind (every new thought) causes a physical reaction however small. It has been known for centuries that psychological/emotional factors are related to many physical illnesses. Some emotional reactions cause problems and some psychological circumstances or techniques help us feel better. Emotional trauma can cause physical problems.
Generally stress occurs when you are faced with events that you may see as threatening to your physical or mental well-being. These events are referred to as stressors, and your reactions to them are your stress responses.
Reincarnation is the belief that the human soul never perishes or dies; it simply passes though a succession of lives. In its basic concept, it had it origin in India sometime near 800 B.C. Reincarnation is vital to classical Buddhism and Hinduism. Although reincarnation has ancient roots, its more modern popular versions are modification of the ancient, eastern beliefs of Hinduism.
Reincarnation can be said to be the occupation by the soul of a new body after the death of the former body. It can also be called transmigration of souls.
Hypnosis is a state of mind. The state of mind can be obtained instantaneously, for a state of mind is merely a mood. It is a state of mind in which the critical faculty of the human is bypassed and selective thinking established. The critical faculty of your mind is that part which passes judgment. It distinguishes between the concepts of hot and cold, sweet and sour, large and small, dark and light.
Behavior can be “explained” by discovering its causes – those events that are responsible for its occurrence. If we can describe events that caused the behavior to occur, we have “explained” it. Human behavior is at the root of most of the world’s problems, poverty, crime, overpopulation, drug addiction, bigotry, pollution and war. Health related problems – such as cardiovascular disease, some forms of cancer, and a large number of psychosomatic illnesses - are caused, or at least aggravated by an individual’s behavior.
Consciousness is a private experience; each person can directly experience only his or her own consciousness. However we all realize that other people are conscious too, because they can tell us they are. Language is a very useful social behavior. We are able to recognize our needs and express them verbally, that is, we have verbal access. The behavior we request from the other person must be under verbal control, that is, the words must be capable of causing the person addressed to perform the behavior.
The mind operates under specific rules. "Rules of the Mind" or often called "Laws of the Mind" are used by hypnotists to explain how the subconscious mind works. The Rules of the Mind were developed out of thousands of hours of hynotherapy sessions. There are 8 Rules:
Rule 1 – Every Thought or Idea causes a Physical Reaction
Everything we have ever done has left a mark on our subconscious mind. Our subconscious mind is like it computer. It records everything we have ever experienced through the senses. In other words it records everything we see, hear, touch, taste, smell and even everything we think. Hypnosis is a valuable tool for assisting someone to rememer past events. This technique is called regression. Hypnosis bypass the concsious mind and access the subconcsious mind, which is a vast storehouse of information.
Psychology is the scientific study of the human mind and human behavior. Psychologists investigate their subjects in a true scientific fashion. The majority of psychologists and hypnotherapists do a combination of research, teaching and treating patients. Hypnotherapy is a safe, effective branch of psychotherapy. Through simple techniques that can be learned easily, it uses hypnosis for therapeutic change by assessing the subconscious mind during trance.
Our healthcare area is gaining a greater recognition of nutrition and the specialty of complementary alternative nutrition. Yet only a fragment of the population understands the value of good nutrition and nutritional supplements. Nutrition is the processes involved in the taking in and utilization of food substance by which growth, repair and maintenance of activities in the body as a whole or in any of its parts are accomplished. It includes ingestion, digestion, absorptions and metabolism.