Month: November 2018

What’s the cure for hypnosis addiction?

What’s the cure for hypnosis addiction?

Is hypnosis addictive? It’s deeply meaningful and pleasurable, so kind of. It’s generally about as addictive as amazing art. There are people who lose themselves in galleries and museums – most people simply enjoy the experience, though. I say “generally” for a reason. It can be much more compelling than that. I’m a self-described trance

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Where are all the olfactory thinkers?

Where are all the olfactory thinkers?

You may have heard of the VAK model from NLP. It categorises people’s thinking styles based on senses. Everyone has some mix of Visual, Auditory, and Kinesthetic, with one dominating the others. Later versions added Auditory-Digital – the swirling thoughts inside your head are one more way of experiencing the world. If you’ve heard of

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Is your inner voice an irrational whinger?

Is your inner voice an irrational whinger?

Here’s a recommendation for you: Albert Ellis, developer of Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy, put together a list. It’s easy enough to Google. This list shouldn’t cut close to home for anyone, since it’s a list of 13 beliefs you know are completely wrong. How many do act as though you believe, though? Honestly, you’re probably

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