Open Mind in Practice

How to recognize that we need to open our mind a bit more? Let see what isn’t working: What is the area of our most frequent conflicts.   Is there a pattern along which we recreate our drama?   Where are we caught in a circle of a continuous mistake?   Is there an idea […]

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How To Handle Confrontations.

Most people try to avoid confrontation at all cost. Even though the other side often would prefer to speak openly about the issue. I like to observe the confrontation styles people have. Sometimes, as an observer, I wish some were more open to confront others, because it’s clear – they lose ( I admit: my […]

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Hypnosis Q & A

If you are considering hypnosis to get rid of bad habits, improve self esteem, for performance, health or creativity improvement, you may want to read this. I hope I answered all possible questions. If not- please email me or ask in the comments. This practitioner obeys Code of Ethics as outlined by American Council of Hypnotist […]

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How Does Hypnosis Work

For a long time hypnotherapy has been an effective way of making positive life changes. And how many things do we know now, that have  no side effects?  After their first session people often say, they have not been so deeply relaxed in ages… Each of us is in a state of hypnosis several times a […]

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Creativity: Transform the Tension, Release the Anxiety and Fear

Creativity… Turning ideas into reality… Channelling inspiration into something tangible… The mind was meant for creating. When inspiration is not a problem (they say it’s for the amateurs anyway),  on the contrary; there is an ideas overload, there are couple things that may  still block us from taking action.  In the last week I realized why […]

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Non-Judgement, Oneness, and Big, Open Spaces.

My friend, Joybroker, just wrote something insightful, and poetic about non-judgement. I couldn’t fall asleep. I felt uncomfortably inspired. When I think of “judgement”, I right away think of self judgement: a habit of comparing ourselves to others. Because to compare yourself, you need to judge first. Judge yourself. Judge the other person. Compare. Neither […]

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