Disconnect and Refresh with Meditation and Hypnosis

Meditation and hypnosis can provide a means for you to balance the chaotic energy in your life. For centuries people have turned to meditation as a way to calm and still the mind.

In more recent times hypnosis has played more of a part in finding a similar kind of peace for many people. As this duo grows as a popular combination, you may find the following benefits bring value to you.

Taking a Break with Meditation and Hypnosis

Have you ever noticed that when you’re ‘taking a break’, sometimes you’re are not really taking a break? Stress levels and anxiety are on the rise. The occurrences of mental illnesses, such as, depression are escalating. But what does this have to do with meditation and hypnosis?

With all the demands and expectations of life. It is becoming more important for us to take some much needed time out to recharge our batteries.

One solution is to work towards alkalizing your thoughts, emotions and energy. How? By disconnecting from the noise around you and refreshing with meditation and hypnosis.

A personal favorite Hypnotherapist who is my ‘go-to guy’ is Steve G. Jones. Steve has an impressive resume and a client base that looks like a roll call for the celebrity A-list.

He is an experienced clinical hypnotherapy and has been practicing since the 1980’s. I personally, have had some amazing results with his audio hypnotherapy sessions.

How can we recharge our batteries with such chaotic lives?

To combat the chaos in life, I prioritize my downtime and regularly disconnect and refresh with meditation and hypnosis. I have been meditating and using hypnosis for several years now.

In the past, I struggled with adrenal fatigue, migraines, anxiety, and depression. The thought of having to take medication did not interest me. I searched high and low for natural alternatives. One day somebody suggested that I should try a combination meditation and hypnosis.

For many years, my mother had struggled with fatigue, which seemed to mainly be caused by poor sleep. She tended to have very shallow sleep patterns.

Sometimes she would wake up in the middle of the night and stare at the ceiling for hours. Usually falling asleep just before she needed to get up to start her day.

After personally success with meditation and hypnosis, I recommended it to her. I suggested that she try using guided hypnosis. Which she did and to her surprise it worked. She said that she felt much more rested and is now sleeps better.

We are well aware that it is common for young families and older women to suffer from sleeplessness. However, it is becoming more and more common for many people who

  • frequently use technology,
  • have high-stress occupations,
  • health or financial concerns

to also suffer from sleeplessness. Unfortunately, these situations are experienced by a very large number of the global population.

Blue Light

Studies have shown that the continuous illumination from lights and the use of blue light emitting screens, especially in the late evening, can impact your circadian rhythms.

The blue light blocks the melatonin production which helps the body prepare for sleep. It is suggested that we disconnect from our technology and turn the lights to dim, if possible, at least 30 minutes to an hour before retiring to bed.

We should avoid having devices such as mobile phones, tablets, computers, and televisions in our bedrooms. The blue light emitted from these screens throw our body clock out of whack.

The blue light from these screens is a similar frequency to sunlight, which sends a message which your brain interprets as ‘it is still daytime’.

Turn off and reboot yourself

When you disconnect and refresh with meditation and hypnosis you essentially give your body and mind permission to recover. We turn off and reboot our computers and smart devices regularly to allow them to operate more effectively. But how often do we turn off and reboot ourselves?

Recently I read a study which highlighted that children under 5 years old are spending around 14 hours per week (an average of 2 hours per day) in front of the television and on mobile devices.

Teens are spending up to 44 hours per week on mobile devices. Technology is causing many harmful side effects including diminishing social skills and emotional management in youth.

Technology is a wonderful tool, but we need to put some limitations in place. Other studies suggest that our habits with technology are contributing to

  • weight gain through sedentary behaviors,
  • diabetes,
  • some cancers, and
  • heart disease.

Health Benefits

There are over 1,400 studies that communicate the benefits of when we disconnect and refresh with meditation and hypnosis.

Neurologists have studied the brain patterns of people who disconnect and refresh with meditation and hypnosis on a regular basis and found a number of health benefits including:

Improvements in

  • mood, emotions, self-image, and mindset
  • the immune system performance
  • strategic thinking and creativity
  • neuroplasticity
  • circadian rhythms (sleep-wake cycle)

Reduction of

  • high blood pressure
  • the signs of aging
  • aches and pains
  • anxiety and fears

These are just some of the reasons why we believe that you should disconnect and refresh with meditation and hypnosis.

Working with your body on an energetic level, as well as a nutritional level, will bring you results that are amazing. Making sure that your thoughts are alkaline and your food is whole and full of powerful nutrients is the best advantage you could give yourself.

Did you know that Sea Moss is popularly believed to have 92 of the 102 minerals found in the human body? And that as a source of plant based, Vegan friendly collagen, it is the closest and most effective source of type 1 and type 3 collagen?

And you thought all you were going to learn about here was meditation and hypnosis.

www.detoxandcure.com - Christine McBain

About the Author

Christine has long been on the path to optimal health. With a history of weight loss coaching she is driven by a passion for nutrition, health and wellness. Having grown up in Africa before migrating to New Zealand, and then Australia, she has seen very strong contrasts in quality of life and is driven to help others understand the importance of taking a holistic approach to life.

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