Category: Science and Hypnosis

Parents are Genetic Engineers

September 14, 2016

Parents can affect the genes of their child after birth. And you can affect your genes after your parent. If we look back at the first article on Epigenetics where I made the point that it is our environment that influences much of us rather than Darwinism theories and or one’s hard wire belief in […]


Your Cell’s Growth Potential

September 7, 2016

Take Advantage of Your Cell’s Growth Potential. Use Hypnosis. My sister the science writer refers to cells as “learning agents” and I’m going to adopt that phrase (thank you VN Alexander).   Right now, what are your cells learning?  It depends on what is being communicated from the top down (your brain and the cells own […]


Our Cells Can Learn.

August 31, 2016

Hypnosis is Your Cell’s Teacher. What are you teaching your cells? Our cells are learning agents capable of evolving based on thoughts and environment as research from the past several decades has proven. That is good news and means we have the choice to decide how we want to respond to our environment or to […]


You Are Inside A Cooperative Community

August 24, 2016

Neo Darwinism: Life is an unending war among battling biochemical robots.* Well that is one way to look at it. Here is another way:  life is an interconnected journey contained within our powerful bodies and expressed outwardly by individuals as part of a cooperative community. I believe in the concept of a cooperative community and […]


Biology and Positive Affirmations

August 17, 2016

Epigenetics: The Science Behind Statements Like “You Can Heal Your Life.” Have you ever wanted proof that your thoughts can change your reality as these statements suggest? Our loving caretakers warned us to “stay away from hurtful people,” “to put on a happy face,” or “to look on the bright side.”  These suggestions made us […]


Hypnosis Is A Great Conversation Starter

August 10, 2016

The Brain and Body are Talking: Hypnosis To Join the Conversation. Mention hypnosis at your next gathering and witness the response ranging from anxiety to excited anticipation. Here is another conversation starter: The body is the subconscious mind, as declared by Candace Pert in her groundbreaking book Molecules of Emotion. Before you agree or disagree […]



August 2, 2016

EFFECTS OF ADDICTIVE SUBSTANCES AND BELIEF ON THE BRAIN New research says you can trick your brain into responding to the intake of nicotine if you were told that the cigarette you were smoking was nicotine free. Understanding the placebo effect is the basis for this study. But does that concept work at the same […]