Monday, September 27, 2010


As the eyes are linked with the mind,
moving them will make the mind more awake.
As we will awaken our mind, we will give it more power.
To do this, look at different objects on the right and on the left.
The right pace of the movement is about one second to the right
and one second to the left.
Afterwards, look up and down.
Each time OBSERVE what you look at.

After that do circles with your eyes. Learning to move the eyes will make your mind awake.

You can use a mirror.
Observe yourselve in the mirror, and try to admire your gaze.
Think "My gaze is very powerful"
In a short time your gaze will become more expressive.


Friday, September 17, 2010

Frequently asked questions #5

Q. Can I get stuck in hypnosis?
A. You can not get stuck in hypnosis. If you are thirsty, or for any other reason need to switch to conscious functioning, you simply do so.


Saturday, September 11, 2010


Émile Coué (1857 – 1926) was a French psychologist and pharmacist who introduced a method of psychotherapy and self-improvement based on autosuggestion.

Every day in every respect I'm getting better and better.
The past is gone. I live only in the present.
I can do it.
I was prosperous, am prosperous and will always be prosperous.
I am prosperous, healthy, happy and live in abundance.
Every day in every way I am becoming fitter and healthier.
Each day is a new opportunity. Today is the first day of my new life.
I forgive everyone from my life in the past and love myself into the future.
I am firmly on the path of achievement and success.
I am grateful for my healthy body and I bless every part of my body.
I am surrounded by love and everything is fine.
Healthy eating and I are one and I am richly rewarded for my healthy eating habits.
My mind is filled only with loving, healthy, positive and prosperous thoughts which ultimately are converted into my life experiences.
Every day in every way I am approaching my ideal weight.

Friday, September 3, 2010

Inner dialogue on food.

What's your inner dialogue?

"I need to diet." or "I need an eating plan."
"I'm fat." or "I'm not slim."
"I eat junk food." or "I eat filler food."
"I'm feeling guilty about eating too much." or "How intersting that I chose that. How else can I nourish myself today."
"I shouldn't eat all this." or "I'll eat just half of this."
"I shouldn't be eating this. " or "It's fine to have a small piece of this."
"I was bad today." or "I didn't do very well today. I'm going to do better from now on."
Change your thoughts, change your life.


Thursday, September 2, 2010

Alfred A. Barrios, Ph.D.

presented a review many years ago in the journal, "Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice (1970)" and also published in American Health magazine.
He gave the following recovery rates:

  • Hypnotherapy was 93% after an average of 6 sessions.
  • Psychoanalysis was 38% success rate after an average of 600 sessions.
  • Behavior Therapy was 72% after 22 sessions.

A copy of this entire article, entitled "Hypnotherapy: A Reappraisal", can be found at his website, , in the articles section.