Hypnosis: The Resolution Solution

by Mandy Francis

How many of us have made a New Year’s resolution on January 1, only to see our efforts fizzle by Valentine’s Day? While a desire to take on positive lifestyle changes is admirable, actually putting those changes into action involves transforming long-habituated beliefs and behaviors. These kinds of shifts are difficult to sustain without the proper support, no matter how strong our desire to change.
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Treating Addiction with Hypnotherapy

by Barry Wolfson

Hypnosis allows us to access the brain at the subconscious level, to get to the root of one’s thoughts and behaviors–whether good or bad, addictive habits. When people are in the “alpha” state of mind, they are more open to suggestion and changing the way they think.
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Introduction to Hypnosis at Rutgers University

hypnosis njThe Hypnosis Counseling Center, with offices in Flemington, Livingston and Princeton, New Jersey, will present Introduction to Hypnosis, from 6:30 to 9 p.m. on Wednesdays, May 13, 20 and 27, at Rutgers University, in New Brunswick.
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How to Keep New Year’s Resolutions in BuxMont

by Michelle Bense

2015 new year resolutions imageEach January, an estimated 40 percent of Americans make one or more New Year’s resolutions. Whether the goal is big or small, a vow to make a change is often not an easy task to tackle. Luckily, the healthy living community in the Bucks and Montgomery county area has helpful advice and wishes to share with Natural Awakenings’ readers.
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Attitude of Gratitude

by Barry Wolfson

Stress is often cited as a major impediment to our physical and mental health. Wouldn’t it be great to have a magic pill or a vaccine against stress? The practice of gratitude, it turns out, may be just the thing to help reduce stress.

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