“I love that books allow us to experience other lives without us ever having to change where we live or who we are.” - Cat Winters, The Cure for Dreaming I'm going to be completely honest with you. I am writing this post primarily so I have a chance to win Cat Winter's Epic 2019 … Continue reading The Cure for Dreaming
...and yes, I'm still using hypnosis daily. I just got tired of the blog grind as I do with so many other projects I start. Haven't really made any startling discoveries lately, and that's one major reason I haven't updated. I still forget to take my pills from time to time (yesterday, for example), and … Continue reading Yes, I’m Still Alive…
Something remarkable happened last Tuesday night as I was getting ready to close up the library. At five minutes to nine, there were still several groups dawdling in the study area. Normally, I wander around awkwardly, hoping that they'll notice me and start packing up. But this time, I walked right up to the study … Continue reading Delayed Reaction
My experiment with using hypnosis as a memory aid was temporarily brought to a screeching halt earlier this week when my mother decided to put a sticky note on the door reminding me to take my pills. "You're ruining my experiment," I told her. "Well, try this instead," was all she said. Ugh. So frustrating. … Continue reading Experiment Interruptus
I'm not holding my breath, but I may have finally made a breakthrough with remembering to take my medication! If you have followed this entire dramatic saga, you'll know that one of my few failures with hypnosis has been using it for improving my memory to this end. I thought I'd tried everything from a … Continue reading Finding My Mantra
I love hypnosis. I love everything about it from the induction to the wake-up. Whenever I am in trance, I feel phenomenal. I am excited by the changes I see taking place in my life through hypnotherapy. I want to share my discoveries with the world so they can enjoy the benefits of hypnosis, too. … Continue reading Hypnosis Dysfunction?
As you've probably already gathered, I have a plethora of health issues, some of which I take medication for. As a consequence, I have to visit my primary doctor every six months instead of once a year so she can make sure my liver is still functioning (Ah, yes. Better living through chemistry). Thanks to … Continue reading Drugs vs. Hypnosis