Talk to your body
For many years I have been suggesting that you talk to your body and heal yourself. You have a thinking body. All thought, all memory and all emotion occurs and is stored in every cell of your body.
Have you ever looked in the mirror and said something unkind to the image you see? Do you ever swear at a body part? If you have a pulse and are human, most likely you have. Your unconscious mind is very powerful and it will go along with what you tell it.
The unconscious mind is like my computer – it’s very powerful computer. The problem with my computer is that I want to throw it through the window on a daily basis. It doesn’t do what I want it to do – it does what I tell it to do . You know – garbage in gets garbage out.
Imagine what might happen if you started saying kind healing words to your body! If you have a pain in your body, talk to it. Ask the pain what it needs and why it is there? Listen! Use words and imagery that support your healing and wellness.
Self-hypnosis is perfect for body talk
One of the reasons that I teach self-hypnosis is that it is perfect for body talk. Using self-hypnosis you can access the power of your subconscious mind. With hypnosis, you’re more open than usual to suggestions, and this can be used to modify your perceptions, behavior, sensations and emotions.
Self-hypnosis is highly effective for managing pain, reducing anxiety, helping you to control your body, healing at a cellular level, reducing recovery time and reducing dependence on medication.
Studies show that hypnosis is an effective tool for recovery from cancer and heart disease. Another study demonstrates the benefits of hypnosis for people living dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease. Hypnosis is also a first-line treatment for autoimmune diseases. The list of uses of medical self-hypnosis is endless.
The great thing is that self-hypnosis is easy to learn and easy to use. Click on the buttons below and I’ll show you how.
How To Heal Yourself By Talking To Your Body: Your Cells Are Listening
“That night, after reaching a state of deep calm through meditation, I inwardly engaged my body in a heartfelt conversation, with hope, but having no idea what to expect. After about one hour of this focused communication, something amazing happened.
My tissues began to respond. Connective tissue pulled and stretched apart layers of scar tissue. Nerves fired and my calf muscles began to perform flexion and extension exercises independently of my conscious control.
As this response continued, one of my calf muscles that had become paralyzed by the neuropathic condition — diagnosed as Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy — came back to life as electric-like jolts shot through the area.
My heart pounded as I realized that the path to my freedom from this condition had finally begun.”
Your Hypnosis Health Info Hypnotic Suggestion for today:
I talk to my body with loving kindness.
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