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  That link between your body and mind is unmistakable. You can’t switch off the connection between the mind and gut, but what you can do is create a really great friendship where the both of you thrive.
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We had a look last week at thought processes triggering a physical reaction, which we feel as an emotion. Now let’s look specifically at how these emotional reactions affect your digestive system. Your brain is part of your central nervous system – brain, spinal cord and nerves that branch off in to every limb and...
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External grasping. I was a champion at this once upon a time, and I admit if I’m not mindful, I can lose myself for hours in all the information available online. It’s just so appealing, right? Through this topic of recurring questions, you should now be gaining valuable insight around patterns of thoughts and behaviours...
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“Do I really need medication for IBS?” “What’s causing my gut symptoms?” If you continue to ask yourself the same question without answering it, you in fact create a state of malaise, anxiety or even panic by letting it float around. Over 90% of my gut clients have pronounced anxiety either as their emotional and...
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All those questions you have about the inside workings of the Happy Inside Program are answered here. Here are the logistics of the program, how it works, what we do, how we spend each session, and of course, how we reduce and eliminate your distress and symptoms.
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Gut symptoms can develop from simple life stressors. The key word here is unresolved. Emotions are the body’s representation of a thought, and if those emotions are unresolved then the body will eventually give way by developing symptoms. Maybe these real life stories relate to you, and provide valuable insight to some possible causes of...
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Your gut is dependant on the environment you create for it. Your mind speaks directly to your gut via the vagus nerve, and that communication is happening whether those messages are harmful or healing so if you want to feel better, it’s time to create a better environment.
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When we do create stillness, it’s our own personal sanctuary. It’s a feeling of bliss, it’s a relief and a place we have access to and can visit as often as we like. Stillness brings us in to presence with ourselves so we can hear what is happening within.
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The low down on stage hypnosis and clinical hypnotherapy; what actually goes on in a stage show, why you won’t cluck like a chicken in clinical hypnotherapy, and how it all works.
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