Lorna Wilson, Advanced Hypnotherapist,
Shamanic Practitioner, Author & Mentor
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The energy of our planet is changing and shifting human consciousness. This article explains this in more depth. The following information explains how we humans are designed to be sychronous with the energy/vibration of the planet through the crystaline structure of the body.
Although the existence of the https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schumann_resonances" target="_blank">Schumann Resonance is an established scientific fact, there are very few scientists who are aware of the importance of this frequency as a tuning fork for Life. I propose that it is not merely a phenomenon caused by lightning in the atmosphere, but a very important electromagnetic standing wave, acting as background frequency and influencing biological oscillators within the mammalian brain.
At the time when Schumann published his research results in the journal `Technische Physik', Dr Ankermueller, a physician, immediately made the connection between the Schumann resonance and the alpha rhythm of brainwaves. He found the thought of the earth having the same natural resonance as the brain very exciting and contacted Professor Schumann, who in turn asked a doctorate candidate to look into this phenomenon. This candidate was Herbert König who became Schumann's successor at Munich University. König demonstrated a correlation between Schumann Resonances and brain rhythms. He compared human EEG recordings with natural electromagnetic fields of the environment (1979) and found that the main frequency produced by Schumann oscillations is very close to the frequency of alpha rhythms.
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Re-incarnation has been discussed for over a thousand years and experts like the late Canadian Psychiatrist Dr Ian Stevenson, researched the subject and wrote books showing that there was much evidence to prove that reincarnation existed.
The following cases are just the tip of the iceberg as to the incredible evidence that exists for the proof of reincarnation.
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Either another trained therapist or someone who is mentally and emotionally close to the client, can become a Surrogate. The Surrogate “becomes” the client and participates in the healing process through the subconscious mind. When the connection is felt through the subconscious space the Surrogate feels the client’s feelings, remembers important incidents and tunes into root causes of traumas and blocks.
Though clients are physically not present during this “remote” work, they feel significant shifts in their energies. They not only feel differently about themselves, for the better, but people around them also sense this shift and start responding to them differently.
Surrogate Therapy works very well for young children, who need to heal past life traumas. It is also used effectively for the old and infirm, and for people who cannot travel for physical, emotional or medical reasons.
A surrogate person is used in hypnosis with clients who are not able to comprehend for themselves, e.g severely mentally challenged patients, animals, children, very ill people etc.
All energy is non-local fields of information or vibrational frequencies. A surrogate can access the information of others by energetically tapping into their energy fields. This is known in shamanism as 'entering the landscape' of another person. In a less deep way we can enter the reality through the conscious mind feeling empathy and imagining 'as if' we were experiencing life through the filter of another. This form of empathy uses the mental subtle body, However during hypnosis or any altered state we can physically feel what the other feels. We do not possess them but we 'see' or view the world from their unique perspectives, by simply engaging with an energy duplicate of them. We do not transfer our energy in any way, we simply access the information that is held in their matrix or energy fields.
This is not what is involved in being a surrogate for another person. It is our consciousness that accesses their consciousness to find information pertaining to the questions asked. It is not our physical personality but our higher collective consciousness that is already connected to the totality of humanity.
When undergoing surrogate work we assist with healing through understanding what is occurring to the person on whose behalf we are helping. This is no different from using our state of consciousness to see through the eyes of another and is another form of remote spiritual healing.
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.Sometimes a practitioner who may be a fully trained psychiatrist, doctor, psychotherapist etc. just only took level one so may have more hypnotherapy skills than a level 2 etc. who has no therapy background outside of learning the technique. In that case a level 1 can be much better than a level 3 where the emphasis is primarily on imitating Dolores's voice and style, rather than hypnotherapy skills. When Dolores first began teaching her technique the students had to be already professionally trained hypnotherapist, then she changed it anyone being able to learn her technique. Which means that in certain cases where a client might not be able to relax deeply the practitioner may not have enough experience or skills in the 'toolbox' to ensure depth of trance. That said, many practitioners may already have a strong soul history in this kind of work and naturally are very good, or they have a strong spiritual practice/discipline that enables them to have very strongl healing capablities themselves'
Fellow QHHT practitioner Alex Knight, has explained the different Levels in an easy to understand wayon her website as many clients are confused about the practical meaning of these levels:
The Dolores Cannon company has recently developed a system whereby people can be referred to as level 1, or level 2, or level 3 practitioners. Each level involves taking a class -- which may or may not be possible for individual practitioners as geographical or financial constraints may determine -- at notable expense and/or travel. Levels 2 and 3 must be taken in person and are not offered online, making it difficult for many of us to take those levels.
Dolores taught us in level 1, in 2012, that we need not ever take any other level (there were only two then; the third was recently added) than level 1. If a practitioner has only taken level one but knows what they're doing, gets good results, and resonates well with clients, that practitioner can be just as wonderful and effective as any level 2 or 3 practitioner. Level 2 is added education; Dolores taught us about her "bag of tricks" that she used for difficult circumstances that sometimes occur during a session. However, experience is also a fine teacher, and level 2 is not required in order to be a good qhht practitioner. Level 3 requires a fair amount of money and videos of our work which are then studied and critiqued by a couple of our peers. A level 3 practitioner is probably doing the pure Dolores method (as opposed to a mixed method which may include other forms of hypnosis techniques or even other healing techniques in a session).
A dedicated practitioner, also mentioned on the Dolores Cannon website, is simply one who is a member of our support forum, where sessions and issues regarding qhht are discussed and much learning can take place. The forum is a nice place for learning and for helping other practitioners. However, many leave the forum after they feel there is no more they can get from it. Being a member of the forum is not required for being a good practitioner. Membership in the forum is required in order to be listed on the Dolores Cannon website. If we are not listed on the website, all that means is we have left the forum.
If you are considering a practitioner, it would be good to simply ask them how long they've been doing qhht. If you want pure Dolores qhht, ask the practitioner if that is what they do. Many practitioners mix it up with other methods. (I do not. I do pure qhht.) Most important, however, is how you feel when talking with the practitioner. Are you comfortable? Uncomfortable? Does the vibe feel right? Does the practitioner seem perfectly fine but something doesn't feel right? Go by your own instincts, your own intuition, to choose the practitioner you will hire. You can even ask for an in-person interview before deciding. In my opinion, that should not be a problem.
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In the largest such study ever conducted, researchers have found evidence that consciousness continues even after brain activity has ceased.
In the largest such study ever conducted, researchers have found evidence that consciousness continues even after brain activity has ceased. This evidence of life after death came from a study led by researchers from the University of Southampton and published in the journal Resuscitation.
“Contrary to perception, death is not a specific moment but a potentially reversible process that occurs after any severe illness or accident causes the heart, lungs and brain to cease functioning,” lead researcher Dr. Sam Parnia said. “If attempts are made to reverse this process, it is referred to as ‘cardiac arrest’; however, if these attempts do not succeed it is called ‘death.’ ”
Nearly 40 percent of those interviewed recalled experiencing some form of awareness after cardiac arrest (being pronounced clinically dead).
Wide diversity of near-death experiences
The AWARE (AWAreness during REsuscitation) study sought to use the scientific method to investigate the experiences typically described by the imprecise termsnear-death experience (NDE) and out-of-body experience (OBE). Researchers interviewed 2,060 patients who had survived cardiac arrest from 15 hospitals across Austria, the United Kingdom and the United States.
“In this study we wanted to go beyond the emotionally charged yet poorly defined term of NDEs to explore objectively what happens when we die,” Dr. Parnia said.
The researchers found that 39 percent of cardiac arrest survivors interviewed described a sense that they had been “aware” following cardiac arrest. But many had no specific memories associated with the perception.
“This suggests more people may have mental activity initially but then lose their memories after recovery, either due to the effects of brain injury or sedative drugs on memory recall,” Dr. Parnia said.
Of those who reported a perception of awareness, only 2 percent described an experience consistent with the popular idea of an OBE, such as seeing or hearing events taking place around their bodies. Nine percent reported experiences consistent with the popular idea of an NDE, such as feelings of warmth or the presence of a light. Forty-six percent, however, reported experiences that were not consistent with either an OBE or an NDE, including fearful or persecutory experiences.
Clinical confirmation of out-of-body experience
Perhaps the study’s most significant finding was what may be the first-ever clinical confirmation of an OBE. In this case, a 57-year-old social worker accurately reported things that were happening around him after his brain activity had ceased.
“This is significant, since it has often been assumed that experiences in relation todeath are likely hallucinations or illusions,” said Dr. Parnia said, “occurring either before the heart stops or after the heart has been successfully restarted, but not an experience corresponding with ‘real’ events when the heart isn’t beating.
“In this case, consciousness and awareness appeared to occur during a three-minute period when there was no heartbeat. This is paradoxical, since the brain typically ceases functioning within 20-30 seconds of the heart stopping and doesn’t resume again until the heart has been restarted. Furthermore, the detailed recollections of visual awareness in this case were consistent with verified events.”
The man’s memories were not only accurate but even helped the researchers place his experience in time.
“The man described everything that had happened in the room, but importantly, he heard two bleeps from a machine that makes a noise at three minute intervals. So we could time how long the [experience] lasted for,” Dr. Parnia said.
“He seemed very credible and everything that he said had happened to him had actually happened.”
“The researchers are to be congratulated on the completion of a fascinating study that will open the door to more extensive research into what happens when we die,” wrote Dr. Jerry Nolan, editor-in-chief of Resuscitation.
by David Gutierrez
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The word "hypnosis" might conjure notions of the supernatural, or of parlor tricks and con men, but real hypnosis is a clinical tool frequently used by psychiatrists. Now scientists are catching a glimpse of how it affects the brain.
About two-thirds of people show some susceptibility to hypnosis, and the technique has been used to treat pain management and anxiety, among other conditions.
A group of researchers at the Stanford School of Medicine just used brain imaging to see what was actually happening to people while they were under hypnosis. The team gathered 57 people, some of whom were highly susceptible to hypnotic trance states and others who were not hypnotizable at all.
They placed the participants in brain imaging machines, and played various sets of prerecorded instructions—two sets were meant to induce hypnosis, and two others were given other instructions.
The images captured the regions of the brain that were most active and most dormant while the participants were hypnotized. The team saw changes in three regions in the hypnotized patients.
They saw decreased activity in a region known as the dorsal anterior cingulate cortex, a region known to be critical for evaluating contexts, which aids in deciding what to worry about and what to ignore in a particular situation. Reducing that activity shows hypnotized people are able to suspend judgement and immerse themselves in something, without thinking of what else they could or should be attending.
The second change appeared in some of the parts of the brain that give people the ability to separate the thoughts in their heads from the feelings in their bodies.
People in hypnosis "can picture something that makes them stressed, but they can imagine that their bodies are floating and comfortable," said the study's senior author, Stanford psychiatry professor David Spiegel, in an interview with CNBC. "So, when you are thinking about something, you can better control how your body responds to that thought."
The third region affected is located very deep in the brain and involves self-consciousness. "People who are hypnotized tend not to be self-conscious, and so they will do things they wouldn't normally do," Spiegel said. "That has therapeutic potential. You can get people to shake up the way they react to problems and approach them from a different point of view."
The team published its findings Thursday in the journal Cerebral Cortex.
Spiegel hopes the research will push forward the use of hypnosis as a clinical technique.
"This is showing that hypnosis is not a parlor trick or a magic show," Spiegal told CNBC. "It is a neurobiological phenomenon."
He added that hypnosis is underutilized in health care, and that hypnosis can be a viable alternative to the use of painkillers, which have proven to be addictive to millions of people.
"I think this illustrates the reality of hypnosis as a phenomenon," he said, "and the fact that this is not a way of losing control, as a lot of people fear. It is a way of teaching people to enhance control over their brains and bodies."
Written by Robert Ferris a Science Reporter
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QUIZ: How is your Emotional Pain-Body?
In Eckhart Tolle’s opinion, emotion is the body’s reaction to a certain idea, to the mental interpretation of a specific or imaginary situation. The ideas generating emotional reactions are often pre-verbal, that is, they remain unspoken or even unconscious, and they often appear in early childhood.
These unconscious assumptions generate emotions in the body, and these emotions will in turn generate further thoughts or actions. A negative emotion is one that is poisonous for the body, it upturns the balance and harmonic functions of the body. The carrier of the negative emotions within the individual is the Pain-Body.
By Pain-Body, Eckhart Tolle means emotional pain. Apprehension, hatred, self-pity, remorse, rage, depression, envyness etc. are all manifestations of the Pain-Body. All emotional pains suffered by the individual during their life, remain a part of the unconscious of the individual for the rest of their life. All negative emotions, emotional suffering that the individual refuses to face, leave a mark in their unsconscious. It is particularly difficult to face with, and to treat powerful negative emotions in childhood. Such unprocessed emotional pains constitute the foundations of Pain-Body. In the collective unconscious, every individual carries their own share of collective human pain that also belongs to the Pain-Body.
The emotional component of the Ego is constituted by the unprocessed emotions concentrated in the Pain-Body. They occupy human mind. Pain is unseparable from the Ego identified with the mind.
Ego means the conventional, ordinary ”self,” which constitutes the common mistake in which the illusory belief in the personal identity is rooted. This illusory self will then be the basis of all mental processes, human relations and the interpretation of reality. The structure of the ego is an unconscious factor, which forces the individual to reinforce his/her indentity by joining an external object. The content of the ego will then be the thing with which the individual indentified him/herself (my house, my car, my child, my intelligence, my opinion etc.).
The emotional components of Ego are different in every individual; they are larger in some people and smaller in others.
At most people, Pain-body has a dormant and an active state. Events that coincide with patterns of pain previously experienced by the individual may easily activate Pain-Body. An apparently insignificant event may active an old pain in the individual, retrieving thoughts and emotions caused by old pains that occured several years previously. Physical or emotional abuse, loss, a sense of abandonement may activate Pain-bodyparticularly easily.
Any enjoyment, emotionally high state also hides the potential of pain in it, and this pain may with time be manifested. Enjoyment may therefore be transformed into some form of pain.
Would you like to get to know the nature, structure and dynamics of your Pain-Body?
All you have to do is to complete the following Pain-Body Quiz. The quiz helps you to realize how your Pain-Body expresses itself, and shows how much control you have over your Pain-Body.
The Pain-Body Quiz is assembled according to the strict criteria of the development of a scientific research method. The results of the quiz represent the reality only, when you answer the items of the quiz honestly.
Take the Pain-Body Quiz!
Please, read all statements carefully and mark the alternative that best describes your emotions and behavior by the number of each statement, according to the following criteria: