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THINK SLEEP by Mark Stephens- Hypnosis for Sleeping Disorders and Sleep

“Think Sleep looks like a tranquiliser. I had trouble sleeping for several years now I am out like a light every night.” Neil Bryant Albion Park

“Mark’s voice is so serene in the start I would seldom get to conclusion of a hypnosis session without dropping off to sleep. I am likewise a lot more unwinded throughout the day and I have a lot more energy. The program has really taught me the methods to let go of tension and change my mind off. Now after making use of Believe Sleep for a number of months I simply use it one or two times a week. Lots of nights I use the relaxation exercises and breathing exercises to go to sleep.” Janette Green Newcastle

“For numerous years I had actually suffered sleeping disorders. If I did get to sleep I would quickly awaken when again. Tossing and turning all night long. Not any longer, I now have an excellent sleep every night. I look like a fantastic weight has in fact been lifted off my back. Thank you for such an outstanding program.” Enid Baracek Melbourne.

“No more sleeping tablets. Last but not least a technique of dropping off to sleep that is simple and natural. The only unfavorable impacts is I am much happier and am bouncing around with energy. I enjoy it since it is so simple to utilize and is providing me the inmost sleep every night.” Judith Johnston Sydney

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The Healing Power of Hypnosis

Date Published: Mar 2006
Publisher: Prevention

The latest research shows that it can ease pain, speed healing, increase fertility, even fight cancer.

Wendy W.* couldn’t believe it: Her cycles had always been very regular, but the minute she decided to try to get pregnant, she stopped menstruating. After 4 months without a period, the 24-year-old nurse at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, NH, consulted an OB/GYN who was a fertility specialist. He couldn’t find the slightest thing wrong with her or her husband. Okay, she concluded, I guess my mind has stopped my period. She called the hospital’s psychiatry department. “I want someone good,” she said.

Da-shih Hu, MD, a psychiatrist and an assistant professor at Dartmouth Medical School, invited Wendy into his office. They talked about her life, marriage, and work but found no obvious reasons why her reproductive system had shut down. When Hu suggested that hypnosis might help, Wendy bristled. “I thought he was literally nuts,” she says. “I knew nothing about hypnosis, except that it’s a bad Vegas act. And I hate magicians.”

But two sessions later, with nothing to lose, she decided to give it a try. Hu asked her to close her eyes, take a deep breath, and imagine a wave of relaxation spreading slowly form her toes to the top of her head. “It was the feeling you get right before you go to sleep,” she recalls. At the doctor’s instruction, she took several more deep breaths, until she felt herself drifting off. Soon, her head slumped toward her chest, and the straight-back chair seemed to morph into a comfortable recliner. Hu asked Wendy to imagine a safe, restful place to visit, and at her suggestion, they “walked” to a waterfall. “Do you hear the sounds of water?” Hu asked. “Do you feel a breeze?” A quiet fluidity entered her soul, instilling a sense of peace she’d never known.

“I was in the room, but I wasn’t there,” she says. “I was above myself, looking down, like a mom looking down at a child. And I had this amazingly powerful feeling: I felt like I could fix myself.” Hu later asked Wendy to think of a day when she should start menstruating. On that very day, her period started. Soon afterward, she became pregnant, and 9 months later, her son was born.

A funny thing is happening to hypnosis, long a feature of vaudevillian routines: It’s becoming respectable, working its way into the nations’ premier research hospitals, medical journals, and doctors’ offices. An increasing number of physicians are using hypnosis to ease patients through childbirth, angioplasty, chemotherapy, breast biopsy – even full-on surgery.

Hypnosis is helping people get over fractures, burns migraines, asthma, fibroids, peptic ulcers, and skin disorders. The same techniques practiced by ancient Egyptians 2,000 years ago and “discovered” by Austrian physician Franz Anton Mesmer in the late 1700s are now scoring impressive results in medical experiments across the United States, Europe, and beyond. Mind, it seems, really can overcome matter.

“If somebody told you there was a medication that could treat 100 different conditions, didn’t’ require a prescription, was free, and had no bad side effects, you wouldn’t believe them,” says Harvard Medical School psychologist Carol Ginandes, PhD. “I don’t want to sound like a snake oil salesman , because hypnosis is not a magic wand. But it should be made available as a supplementary treatment for all patients who could benefit. Right now.”

How Hypnosis Works

Contrary to popular folklore, a hypnotized person isn’t asleep and can’t be compelled to act against her own wishes – although anyone who’s watched a Borscht Belt magician turn a middle-aged man into a squawking chicken might doubt that. Though researchers can’t fully explain what hypnosis is or why it works, they do know that 75 to 91% of people can be hypnotized.

Psychologist describe hypnosis as an altered state of mind in which one’s normal skepticism is largely suspended, allowing a patient to focus attention on a single image and be open to suggestions posed by a trained guide. Some practitioners call it daydreaming with purpose. It’s similar to the absorption you experience when reading a good novel, watching an engrossing movie, or listening so intently to the car radio that you arrive home without a clue as to how you got there.

New brain scan technology shows that hypnosis can alter the way sensory messages are received in the brain and experienced in the body. In a recent brain-imaging study conducted at the University of Iowa, researchers found that hypnosis actually blocks pain signals from getting to the part of the brain responsible for conscious perception of discomfort. PET scans – which reveal active areas of the brain – also indicate that hypnotized people process suggested sounds and images in the same part of the brain that registers real ones. That is, the brain accepts hallucinations as authentic. Simply imagining sensations, without hypnosis, doesn’t have the same effect.

That, of course, is what makes hypnosis such a great stage act. In a trance, your senses can be tricked. You can be persuaded that a bottle of ammonia smells like perfume or that a large, fuzzy rabbit is sitting on your lap. But the brain effects also help explain why hypnosis has become so useful to modern medicine. It can make you conclude that chemotherapy isn’t nauseating, for example, or that third-degree burns are not painful.

“Fantasy can preempt pain,” explains Linda Thomson, PhD, a nurse practitioner and clinical hypnotherapist in Bellows Falls, VT. And because pain isn’t good for you, reducing it can produce profound benefits.

Helping the Body Heal Itself

Hypnosis appears to speed recovery from many types of trauma. In a 2003 pilot study, published in the American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, Harvard’s Ginandes and colleague Patricia Brooks, PhD, evaluated 18 women who’d just undergone reconstructive breast surgery. The patients were assigned randomly to one of three groups for 8 weeks. All groups received conventional follow-up care; the second also met weekly with a therapist for emotional support, while the third met individually with Brooks, who used hypnotic suggestion in a 30-minute session each week to reduce pain and inflammation and speed soft-tissue repair. An audiotape was made for each woman in the hypnosis group so she could practice self-hypnosis daily at home. One week after surgery and again after 7 more weeks, a surgical team, which was “blinded” to the therapy assignments, assessed the incisions sites. Their conclusion: The hypnosis patients healed much faster. The women also reported that they experienced less pin and quicker recovery. An earlier Ginandes pilot study on hypnosis and bone fractures, funded by the National Institutes of health, found similar results: faster healing, greater mobility, less discomfort, and reduced use of pain medication among orthopedic patients who used hypnosis.

Physicians have long been frustrated in their attempts to treat patients with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), whose symptoms – sharp abdominal pain, diarrhea or constipation, bloating, gas, and backache – are compounded by stress, anxiety, and depression. In 2003, doctors in Manchester, England, released a study that had tracked 204 IBS patients for 5 years. Patients at South Manchester University Hospital attended up to 12 hypnosis sessions over 3 months and were encouraged to visualize soothing yet empowering scenes inside their colons. One woman imagined her gut as a flowing, colorful scarf. Another saw her colon as a runaway train whose driver had gone to sleep. She took over the controls and slowed down the train to a comfortable speed.

The results exceeded the researchers’ expectations: More than70% of the patients rated themselves “very much better” or “moderately better” after hypnotherapy. Five years later, 81% of patients who’d initially benefited from the treatment reported that the improvements had lasted. Their anxiety and depression were reduced by at least half, as were their reliance on pain pills and the number of doctor visits they made. In another study, Olafur Palsson, PsyD, a clinical psychologist at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine, reported an 80% success rate among 18 IBS patients who were treated with hypnosis after conventional care failed. Those results, coupled with several other recent studies on IBS and hypnosis, are remarkable, says psychologist Arreed Barabasz, PhD, director of he Hypnosis Laboratory at Washington State University and editor or the International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis. “These findings show that benefits of hypnotherapy for IBS are long lasting and that continued improvement after hypnosis treatment ends is the norm.”

Warts are uniquely vulnerable to hypnosis – it beats the usual treatment, salicylic acid, hands down. In a Tulane University study of 41 patients whose warts would not respond to other treatments, 80% were cured with hypnosis. Studies suggest that other skin conditions may also respond: In a trial of 18 patients, hypnotherapy cleared up eczema symptoms – itching, sleep disturbance, and stress – for up to 2 years.

Few examples of hypnotic healing are as dramatic as those that come from treating burns. Dabney Ewin, MD, a clinical professor of surgery and psychiatry at Tulane University School of Medicine, hypnotizes burn victims in the emergency room. Ewin’s published case studies include a restaurant worker who burned his arm up to his elbow in a 370ºF deep-fat fryer. The doctor induced a deep trance within 4 hours of the accident and provided hypnotic suggestion – “all your injured areas are cool and comfortable” – to the victim. Ewin and others have shown that such care can slow or even stop the inflammation and blistering that can cause permanent damage. In the worker’s case, the injury healed in 17 days with relatively little scarring. Ewing uses a series of slides to show examples of burns in which early intervention prevented serious, lifelong injuries.

Easing Pain

Work with burn victims demonstrates another benefit of hypnosis: It’s an astoundingly powerful pain reliever, says David Patterson, “PhD, chief psychologist at the University of Washington’s Departments of Rehabilitation Medicine, who co-published an extensive review of the topic in the American Psychological Association’s Psychological Bulletin in 2003. “Hypnosis seems to be useful for virtually every clinical pain problem imaginable,” he says.

One of the biggest risks after a severe burn is infection, which can lead to scarring, amputation, or even death. To prevent that, nurses at burn units have to remove patients’ dead skin every day for several weeks, even months, in a process called debridement. The pain is so severe, it causes more anguish than the original burn. To ease it, patients are given morphine and other powerful pain relievers, but those drugs can be habit-forming and can cause confusion, gastrointestinal upset, and breathing trouble.

At Seattle’s Harborview Medical Center, Patterson has been using hypnosis for 20 years to make that pain bearable. His team of 10 psychologists teaches the most severely burned patients, who appear to benefit most from hypnosis, how to induce a state of relaxation and comfort. The session includes an instruction – called a posthypnotic suggestion – that cues the patient to feel the same level of comfort days, weeks, or even months later. A simple touch on the shoulder by a nurse, for example, if suggested in the original session, can trigger a trance, enabling a patient to undergo wound care without pain. “Hypnosis is very well suited for burn pain treatment,” says Patterson, “because the pain is intense but short-lived, and you know when it’s going to happen.”

Pregnant women, too, have a pretty good sense of when the pain is going to start – and hypnosis has proven helpful in easing labor. Several studies, including a new one out of the University of Adelaide in Australia that surveyed 77 women who’d been hypnotized during delivery, have shown it can shorten labor time, reduce pain and the use of pain medication, decrease the risk of complications, and speed recovery. In the Australian study, hypnotized mothers were less likely than others to need an epidural or labor-inducing drug. Some other reasons you might want to try it: Children born to hypnotized mothers scored higher on Apgar tests (a measure of health) – and the mothers were less prone to postpartum depression. What’s more, those who have previously given birth without hypnosis tell doctors that it makes labor a more pleasant experience.

People with peptic ulcers may not know when pain will strike, but they can still use posthypnotic suggestion. Patients in a British study were able to regulate their secretion of gastric acid, so that only 53% experienced further pain, compared with 100% relapse in a control group.

One in four Americans doesn’t get regular dental care, or avoids dentists altogether, simply because of anxiety. Some dentists and oral surgeons assume that hypnosis takes too much time to be useful in their busy offices, but most patients can benefit with just 5 minutes of hypnosis-related relaxation training, says Al Forgione, PhD, a psychology professor at the Craniofacial Pain Center of the Tufts University School of Dental Medicine. The technique won’t eliminate the need for novocaine, but it takes enough of the edge off to allow fearful dental patients to get the care they need.

Finally, there have been more studies on the effect of hypnosis on headaches than on any other form of chronic pain. It helps reduce the frequency, duration, and intensity of migraines and other headaches by as much as 30%.

Making Surgery Safer

Robert Scott, 64, was hit by a truck when he was 4 years old, leaving him with a crushed bladder. Now with a good-natured smile, the retired school custodian relies on hypnosis to cope with the minor but painful surgery he must routinely undergo. Scott comes to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston every 8 to 10 weeks to have a urinary catheter – which is attached to his kidney through a hole in his back – pulled out and replaced.

While a team of doctors and nurses in green scrubs gathers surgical equipment and readies the massive, whirring, x-ray – guided scope overhead, Scott lies on his stomach, listening to the softly delivered instructions of Gloria Salazar, MD, a radiologist and hypnotherapist. She sits by Scott’s head, encouraging him to relax and imagine a place he’d rather be. “Your body needs to be here,” she says gently. “But you do not.” She reads to him from a script used on all hypnosis patients at the hospital. Scott closes his hazel eyes, takes a series of deep breaths, and seems to drift off to sleep. As doctors insert a long guide wire into his back, Scott doesn’t flinch. When they fish the 12-inch catheter out of his kidney and guide a new one down in its place, he doesn’t seem to even notice.

“With other patients, we use intravenous pain medication,” says attending radiologist Salomao Faintuch, MD, as he pulls the tube out. “But we know Mr. Scott responds well to hypnosis, so we use only local anesthesia.” Sedatives such as Valium and morphine prolong operations and can cause complications, Faintuch adds, so it’s better to do without, if the patient can handle it.

Scott can handle it because he’s whisked his mind far away from the doctors probing deep inside his body. “I have a meadow that I go to, and there’s a pond, which I put ducks on,” he says after Salazar guides him back to full consciousness with a reawakening cue. “I take my granddaughter fishing. We talk and play.” Five years ago, when he got intravenous sedation instead of hypnosis, Scott says, “it felt like someone took a piece of steel and stuck it right into my kidney.” Now, he says: “I feel a lot of pressure, but no pain.” Does the meadow really exist? “No.” Does the granddaughter? “Oh, yes,” he says with a smile. “But she’s only 2 months old.”

This is no ordinary hospital ward, but then its director, Elvira Lang, MD, is not your average administrator. Lang, a radiologist and Harvard Medical School professor, has transformed the interventional radiology department at Beth Israel Deaconess – where MRIs, x-rays, and ultrasounds are used in unclogging arteries and shrinking tumors – into a 24-hour, hypnosis-on-request unit. Virtually any patient, undergoing nearly any procedure, can receive hypnosis-induced pain relief within minutes. (“We don’t always use the ‘H’ word when we talk to patients,” Faintuch confesses, “because they think of people on TV who do silly things. So we say relaxation exercises.”)

In 2000, Lang published a groundbreaking study on surgical hypnosis that many physicians credit with helping to legitimate the technique’s role in the operating room. The study traced the outcomes of 241 patients randomly assigned to receive hypnosis, standard anesthesia, or sympathetic (but non hypnotic) care while under going minor surgery. Lang and her colleagues found that patients who were guided through hypnotic relaxation during surgery used 50% less pain and anti-anxiety medication, suffered 75% fewer complications, and left the operating room 17 minutes sooner than the other groups. In a follow-up study, Lang found that hypnosis is a cost saver, too – halving the $638 sedation costs of minor surgery.

Lang suspects that hypnosis helps patients tolerate operations by stabilizing heart rate and blood pressure. She’s looking to see if it can substitute for sedation in women undergoing needle biopsies for suspected breast cancer women having uterine fibroid surgery, and patients receiving chemotherapy for malignant liver tumors. The studies, funded by the federal government, are not yet complete, but Lang says the preliminary results are encouraging.

Elsewhere, doctors have recorded great success using hypnosis on patients undergoing complicated, high-risk surgery. At Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, doctors use hypnosis to reduce pain and nausea among epilepsy patients who have electrodes placed inside their skulls to detect the source of their seizures. At the University of California Davis Medical Center, doctors didn’t even need to formally hypnotize spinal surgery patients in order to limit their blood loss during the operation. They simply told 41 patients that blood would flow away from their backs during spine surgery. These patients lost roughly 650 cc of blood on the operating table; others on standard sedation lost nearly twice that.

Relieving Cancer Symptoms

David Spiegel, MD, a psychiatry professor at Stanford University and a leading researcher on medical hypnosis, has found that the approach can help some patients with terminal cancer live longer and more comfortably. Spiegel studied 125 women with metastatic breast cancer. Those who learned self-hypnosis techniques had 50% less pain than women receiving standard care – and lived, on average, 11/2 years longer.

Part of the reason may be that the nausea, anxiety, and all-around lousy feelings induced by chemotherapy can be alleviated by hypnosis, several studies have shown. Boris Lavanovich, 51, a real estate consultant in Ludlow, VT, used hypnosis to cope with an experimental chemotherapy regimen he took to treat chronic lymphocytic leukemia, a lethal blood cancer. “They told me I was stage 4, out the door,” Lavanovich says with a dry chuckle. The mountain biker and skier needed medication to counteract nausea, convulsive shakes, and rapid temperature swings brought on by chemotherapy. Without the self-hypnosis training, Lavanovich doubts he could’ve tolerated the treatment or that he would have benefited.

Lavanovich’s experience is one hypnotherapists see time and again. A patient has only to try the technique to become a believer. That’s what happened with Wendy, the skeptical nurse who used the therapy to conceive her first son. She had a second without incident, but when she and her husband decided to try for number three, once aging her periods vanished. This time she didn’t hesitate: she turned to hypnosis, imagining the waterfall and soft breeze that got her body back on track the first time around. It worked – she’s now the mother of four sons.

Alexis Jetter is a writer living in Vermont who has been told she has “low hypnotizability scores.”

Hypnosis for Beginners

Experts say it’s time for hypnotherapy to be included in the tool belt of American medicine. Here’s what you need to know to make it part of your care.

Who can be hypnotized? Nearly everyone, says Max Shapiro, PhD, director of education and research for the New England Society of clinical Hypnosis and the former chief psychologist at Newton-Wellesley Hospital in Massachusetts. He has found that 91% of the population is susceptible to hypnotic suggestion. Other studies suggest at least 75%of people can be hypnotized. For people who struggle with the technique because of pain – burn patients, for example – virtual reality may hold an answer. David Patterson, PhD, chief psychologist at the University of Washington’s Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, has co-developed software that use a specialized helmet with a screen to display snowy canyons and icy rivers populated by penguins and snowmen. Hypnotic narration assures patients they’ll feel comfortable.

Who should you see? Be sure you consult a licensed clinician. Contact he American Society of Clinical hypnosis ( or the Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis ( for information about health care professionals in you area. Your treatment might be covered by insurance: Licensed providers often bill insurance companies for therapy that includes hypnosis to treat a variety of disorders, but it’s still a bit of a tug-of-war.

What are the side effects? A small minority of people develop headaches, dizziness, nausea, anxiety, or panic under hypnosis. People struggling with major mental illness should consult a mental health professional before getting hypnotized.

The Limits of Hypnotic Suggestion

Ironically, the two uses for which hypnosis has gotten the most attention – smoking cessation and weight loss – are the areas in which its performance is weak.

Smoking Hypnosis has helped people quit, with some impressive initial results: In tow studies with 160 participants, 81 to 88%stopped smoking for 12 months. But failure rate appears to be the same as for other techniques.

Weight loss Though people have trimmed down using hypnosis, it’s been useful only in conjunction with other methods. In a University of Northern Colorado study of 109 participants undergoing behavioral modification, the group that also received nine weekly hypnosis sessions lost 15 more pounds. In another study, patients on a diet who also employed self-hypnosis lost more weight. But it’s unclear whether hypnosis works well as a stand-alone treatment for losing weight.

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Every Method I Can Find

Vocabulary CR-> Present Reality

DR-> Preferred Reality

Que-> How you understand you have really moved and is put into your script. Ex: I understand I have actually moved if I hear birds, my eyes will instantly open if I move, I will smell lavender if I shift.Affirmations ->

What you inform yourself and your subconscious mind, possibly the most vital component. Ex: I am going home, I am moving, Shifting is easy.ProTip: It’s

finest to try out a technique for a complete week a minimum of. Not every method is gon na work for everybody, but practice makes best. If you get a great deal of signs with an approach, stick to it for a bit.But most significantly: Approaches are just tools !!

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File your focus 3 times (ex: moving moving). It does not need to be on pen and paper.-Write down your objective in a short sentence 6 times (ie. I can move x6)

-Take down your action as if you’ve presently done it nine times (ie. I have moved! Whatever I prefer is here! x9)

Believe hard enough and it will happen!Comments under this post can address any possible concerns you have:)Link 54321 Approach-Take in 15 deep breaths and close your eyes.-Manifest your DR > Picture 5 things you see >

Feel 4 things you can touch > Listen for 3 things you can

hear > Odor out 2 fragrances >

Taste 1 thing- Start stating affirmations.-Once your surrounding have in fact changed, open your eyes. It’s extremely easy

:)Vehicle Method Connect Ceiling Approach Link Cinn Technique Link-Lay in a comfy position, does not matter how you lay.-Begin counting in your head. Every 10(


, ect.)photo a

brand-new element of your DR. Ex:

Image your voice at 10, visualize your household at 20, and

so on.-Once you strike 50, count all the technique to 100 without stopping.-Open your eyes or go to sleep, you stay in your DR.Daffodil Technique- Sit or lay in a position that is comfortable to you; nonetheless is

excellent, as long as you do not move.-Once you remain in position, gaze at an item. It does not matter what you look

at, as long as your

eyes do not move.-Now picture your DR as if it were a memory, or like you’re seeing a film about yourself.Keeping doing this

while looking at the object.-Once you begin feeling symptoms of moving, start specifying”I am “affirmations.Hold your DR gently. Do this till you can’t move your eyes.-You are in your DR, you simply require to put your body and soul into your DR body.Imagine your surroundings alter and open your eyes.Eleventh Approach( Total stranger Things) Link-Close your eyes and lay in a starfish position on your bed.-Focus on a noise for a while. (Ex: Breathing, Fan).-Visualize yourself in Elevens landscape. Your vibrations grow stronger as you get to your feet. Straight ahead is a white door in the distance.-Take your time walking to the door. Feel your vibrations getting more effective the better you get.-At the door hold the deal with.Ask yourself if you are prepared to shift.Yes: Unlock and walk through it.No: Wake up.-When you stroll through the door, feel yourself falling away from you CR and towards you DR. Affirm that you are relocating to your DR.-Visualize DR yourself from above and stop falling.Enter your DR self.-Affirm that when you open your eyes you will awaken in your DR.Estelle Approach (WIP )Fishtank Method Link Heartbeat Approach Link Jades Method Link-Listen to a subliminal and push your back.-Visualize individuals in your DR cheering you on.(Ex: You can do it! Do not quit). -Count to 100 and begin verifying yourself

.(Ex: I am a master shifter, I am grateful)-Keep confirming up until you either shift, or go to sleep.If you go to sleep, you will get up in your DR.JL Method Connect Julia’s Technique-Put on Theta waves(6hz is the very best )and practice meditation for 10 minutes/until

you relax.-Repeat”I am moving”in your head until you feel signs of shifting.-Start counting from 1-100 gradually in your head. When you get to 100, believe”I have really moved.”You ought to feel indicators but it’s alright if you don’t at this moment.” I have actually moved.

“-Start thinking identity affirmations(ex: I am x, my crush is x)

till you feel detached from you CR body.-Visualize your DR and feel your environments alter, and you’ve made it.Karaoke Metjod Link Lunar Strategy Connect Maki’s Approach Link No-Sleep Method -Meditate for 5-10 minutes.-Get into a comfy position and close your eyes. In your head, repeat “I am”. Simply those two words,”I am, I am, I am

.”-Keep repeating up until you gets signs of shifting.-Start counting, in your head or outloud, from 0-100 REALLY SLOW. It’s optional, but you can slip in some affirmations.-Wait for your que and open your eyes !! Oxy Method Link- Put on theta waves.-Get into a comfortable position and set the intent of going to your DR.-Afirm you are in your DR (ex: I am in my DR bed room right now)and try to FEEL your DR.-Once you feel your reality adjustment, you must be there.Painting Approach Connect

Piano Method Connect-Get in a comfortable position and relax yourself.-Visualize a big

space surrounded by individuals with an instrument in the middle(ex: a

piano). You don’t need to focus on people or concentrate on their faces.-Visualize yourself in sophisticated clothing and approach the instrument. You can feel people seeing you.-Start playing a song, a classical tune on the instrument you imagined.Let it unwind and soothe you.-You wind up the tune and hear clapping. You turn to everyone and say,”I’m sorry, I require to go house. “- You stroll through the hall and please somebody from you DR. You 2 walk through a passage with lots

of doors, and one door catches your eye.-The character opens and you are swallowed up in a bright light and a warm feeling. The character states,”Welcome home. “-You stroll through the door and rejoice and calm. Wait till the light goes away, and open your eyes. You’re in your DR.Yosas Piano Approach Connect Printed Method Link Decipher Approach Link Shower Approach (WIP )Skies Technique Connect Soggy Cheerios Method Connect Swirling Eyes Method( WIP) Syds Technique Link Telephone/Zion Strategy Link-Sit down and close your eyes.Imagine yourself on a phone from your DR period, talking with your DR self.-Start talking with yourselves.Having a conversation, your CR and DR self take turns talking.-As you’re speaking, imagine your awareness going through the phone line and to your DR body.-When you remain in your DR, you phone call to your CR will hang up and a tape-recorded message will play.”Hey there * DR name * Welcome house. If you are all set to remain, press 1. If not, hang up.”When you press 1, it will say”Welcome home dear”, and you’re home.Toast Approach Link Train Technique (WIP )Yunas Method Link-Meditate for 10 minutes.-Lay in a comfortable position you will not relocation in.-Visualize yourself laying in your DR bed room in the exact same position as your CR.-“Look”

around your space. Take a look at all the little information, making it more authentic. Keep doing this up until you feel tingling/vibrations.-Keep imagining and the vibrations will grow. Keep picturing till you feel like you stay in your DR bedroom.-Visualize

yourself revealing your CR body around, give them a journey of your space. Later, say exceptional bye to them and reveal them out the door.-You need to feel either a coolness flow through your body, or a throbbing in your skull. Open your eyes, you’re in your DR. You can likewise simply set the intent to move after you fall asleep.Sleep Techniques Aissa’s Technique Link Alice in Wonderland Method-Picture yourself sitting versus a tree. Someone from your DR runs in front of you.-Feel yourself get up and chase them. You see them explore a hold, and you jump after them. Feel yourself falling.-While falling photo things from your CR passing you. It’s finest to use things you dislike (politics, individuals, responsibilities) since it provides you a

factor to leave your CR.-When you come up to the bottom, consider good ideas in your DR. This will offer you the will to stay.It is essential to take your time with falling, and to go in depth when envisioning the reasons your leaving.-When you reach the bottom, there is

a door with a secret. Unlock and see the private you were chasing. They will take your hand and state something along the lines of “Prepared

to be with me.”- Fall asleep and you’ll get up in your DR.Animal Crossing Method Connect Dax’s Technique Link Elevator Approach-Clear your mind and relax your body in and method you want.-Visualize that you are getting in an elevator. As you increase, feel your energy increase/get higher.-Once you reach your DR floor covering, the door needs to open and you see your DR self sleeping on their bed.-Feel your consciousness/soul transfer to your desired self and fall asleep in your DR bed. You must get up in your DR.Hug Method-Envision yourself awakening in your DR and feel your feet on the floor covering(wood, carpet, and so on) -Visualize a DR buddy strolling through the door and hugging you; try to feel the hug-Hang around with them(ex: dancing ). GO SLOWLY!-Bid farewell to them and go to your DR bed. Say affirmations like” I have actually moved”etc. up until you

go to sleep. When you awaken, you’ll remain in your DR.Irene’s Technique Link Jared/Linn Method Connect- Grab earphones and play some music.-Turn off the lights and lie down.-Close your eyes and image yourself increasing something, like a mountain or a rope.-When you get to the top, there will be a mirror/portal; go through it.-You will stay in a location that recommends a lot to you in your DR(describe about this area). Look down and you will remain in the clothes you want to be in.-Start dancing to the music, and halfway through your DR self will register with in.-When the tune ends, you will come near each other and hug, changing awareness. When you open your eyes, see your CR self smiling and specifying “It’s time for you to go house.”-Your CR

self will return through the website, while you in your DR body checks out the location and goes back to your DR home.-Vusialise your DR life in the house, and go to sleep. You need to get up in your DR.Lullaby Strategy Link Paper Method Link Pillow Method-Make a note of your script and affirmations on a piece of paper.-Say your script and affirmations outloud.-Place them under your pillow

and go to sleep.Rat Technique Connect- Get in a comfortable position and count to 111.-Visualize your DR, locations, individuals, memories.-Affirm in your head the following:” I stay in my Dr; I have moved to my DR; Moving to my DR is simple; I am presently in my DR”-Envision a passage causing a door; on the door is a sticky

notes that says “Preferred Reality”Take the sticky note and go through the door.-Imagine a mirror. When you see your reflection, you are your DR self.-There is an intense passage resulting in a white door. As you walk through the corridor, feel your energy and vibrations grow.-You unlock and see that it’s your DR bed room.Verify as soon as once again that you remain in your DR and go to sleep.Raven Technique-This is finest used if you’re half asleep.-Lay in a star fish position on your back.-Start counting in your head from 1-100 REALLY SLOW. You need to feel signs of moving by 100.-Start thinking identity affirmations(I am x, I am x cm high, I go to x school )- Go to sleep while stating your affirmations and you will get up in your DR.Rope Technique Link-Lay in a comfortable position and do not move.-Imagine energy surrounding you, then keep boosting the energy.-Now either imagine your DR or attempt to feel it while repeating affirmations.-When you feel signs, picture your awareness climbing up a rope out of your body and through a door/portal.-On the other side needs to be your DR and body, so envision your awareness participating in that body.-Go to oversleep you DR body to awaken in your DR!Seliber Technique Link -Get in a comfy position, starfish recommend however not required.-Visualize 1-3 psychological scenes from your DR till your body goes numb or you feel symptoms.-Pretend to blink without opening your eyes till

you either shift or fall asleep.-You ought to get up in your DR.Simi Technique Link-Throughout the day do truth checks and state affirmations, ideally every hour.-At night, listen to a moving sub for about Thirty minutes and relax.-Afterwards, listen to ambient music on youtube that matches your DR.-Go over what your day appears like, you don’t need to be proficient at imagining for this, kinda just replicating a story.End your story by going to sleep in your DR.-In your dream, do a truth check to become lucid. In your lucid dream, make a website. Validate”This portal will take me to my DR.”and go through it.-After that, live your life in your dream or whatever fades to black. You require to awaken in your DR.Sophie’s Approach-Do an assisted meditation on YouTube-Later on, get in a comfy position and place on subliminals on loop.-Stay totally still -Start picturing about your DR and utilize your

5 senses(touch, smell, hearing, sight, taste)

.-When you begin feeling worn out, state you affirmations and go to sleep.Star Technique Link-Lay in a position

that feels comfortable to you and feel a radiant energy growing in your chest.Repeat affirmations while this orb grows bigger.-Visualize yourself leaving your CR bed, keeping the radiant energy around you.-Walk towards the door and open it.You are now outside. Take a look at the sky, think of all the stars, and keep searching for until the sky is so lively it resembles you’re there.Do the very same with the trees in the forest you’re in.-Now that whatever is so vibrant, walk to the center where someone from you DR is. Put down beside them and look at the sky. You can talk with them if you desire, or state more affirmations.-Once you feel and peace and have signs, get up and stroll back to the door.-Open the door and see your DR room with your DR self in the bed.Approach yourself and position a hand on them, moving the radiant energy from yourself to them.Repeat affirmations up till you sleep.Vains Moving Technique Connect-You require to know how to lucid dream, og post has tips.-Go to sleep and induce a lucid dream. In your dream, make a site

to your DR.-Do your affirmations, discuss your script.

Enhance your connection to your DR.-When you’re favorable in the sites connection to your DR, go through it.