Friday, April 12, 2024

Pian Management

 


Pain management pre talk 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JIkQe9iplC0&t=84s


Donna is a hypnotherapist of International Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy Association, USA      國際醫學及牙科催眠治療協會 (美國)




YOUTUBEhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JIkQe9iplC0&list=PL2jpq1jOdEv-bfpuF0qqPKKRBNWT7lPMz



催眠减痛的學習和新發現

25-6-2013

每個人在一生都會遇到這樣那樣的痛症,如頭痛,背痛,頸痛等.對我來講,頭痛是經常要面對的挑戰MS Louise Hay的真人故事-用自我催眠來協助醫治自己的癌症(HER BOOK: YOU CAN HEAL YOUR LIFE),令我感到震撼。於是,我起草及錄制了這個催眠減輕痛症的AUDIO望對自己,家人和有需要的人帶來多一個醫治和調理的方法。

昨天在寫稿時,我的耳朵上長了一個瘡,因為耳朵的神經腺特別多,我已感到此痛影響我的工作和休息,於是我利用這個痛症作試驗.用催眠激發自己潛意識的能量去"醫治"它,耳痛大大舒緩,由6級到3級,雖然仍有些痛,但已不影響我的工作和睡眠.而且,今天已不痛了.慢慢好轉.

制作這個AUDIO的過程,也是幫自己治療的過程.真的感恩自己與潛意識溝通成功,感恩潛意識的幫助.

每個人都有潛意識,每個人都有這種能力,只要你相信她,多與她溝通,她會對你加倍的體貼.做自我催眠越多,就會入的越深,受益也越大.

雖然潛意識無時無刻,發出信息,想保護我們的心靈和身體,但我們不刻意去收,有時就白白浪費了.要走多些弯路

催眠是打開潛意識大門的鑰匙,是意識和潛意識的溝通的橋梁.溝通的越好,各個方面的潛能發揮就越大,杠杆效應也越大,不要用死力!

學習催眠,其中一個原因是在NLP課堂上親自見証Mr Peter Shaw 醫治一位受20多年背部傷痛的同學.她的表情已告訴我們她是如何辛苦,忍痛上課.我從沒見過她笑過.但經過現場一個小時左右的心理治療,她的痛楚大大降低,面上出現紅潤和笑容.每次見到她,(FACEBOOK上也見到她)我都會問候她的背痛情況.她總是開心的分享:"雖然還感到有些痛,但不再影響我的正常生活,社交了."人变得开心好多好多!

另一個原因是想幫一位好敬重的老師戒煙.幫家人提高睡眠質素,幫自己提升,調理身體,好多夢想......

什麼是夢想夢想是堅持過程中有很多困難也讓你感到幸福的東西.

路雖遙遠,但有家人,朋友的支持,DP朋友的鼓勵,看到自己創意潛能有所發揮,內心充滿感恩和滿足.

渴望人生每個階段都能找到新發現有富足的心靈,帶給身邊的人開心快樂,發出光和熱.  那怕是極弱的光和熱......



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催眠心裏治療,治療莫名的痛楚

明天做個案,無名痛,身心症狀,免疫力失調。

我學習自己的文章,好多資源。 


催眠治療與痛症處理:究竟痛由
「身」生還是痛由「心」生 ?!

尹婉萍  
教協醫務中心駐診註冊催眠治療師   
註冊社工(香港復康會適健中心)   
臨床實習導師 (香港大學行為健康研究中心)  

 

  日常生活中,我們往往要面對不同的挑戰。這些挑戰可帶來不少的壓力;壓力一方面可成為推動力;亦可為我們帶來無窮的負荷!倘若我們未能適當地減輕這些負荷,甚至對挑戰總是應接不暇,潛意識會透過一些身體徵狀如:失眠、情緒不穩和疼痛,來告訴我們:「你的壓力指標已響起警號了!」

  一般情況下,我們在排山倒海的工作中,總會遇上各種家庭和個人的突變,需要更多的精力去應付。那些頭痛、肩膊痛、腰痛等亦伴隨。或許女士們也曾體會到經痛,經痛本身除了是身體的機能反應外,壓力也使其加劇。同理,疼痛這種徵狀一直存於身體,不同的情緒和應對生活的態度,也影響著痛楚的程度。故此,痛由身生不是全無道理。

  痛不但由「身」生,有時,也是由「心」生。我們常聽到一些耳熟能詳,卻又不諳其義的字眼如:身心痛症(Psychosomatic Pain)、潛藏獲益(Secondary Gain)、自我防衛機制(Self-defense Mechanism)等,它們也常與痛症結下不解緣。那些痛總是找不出原因,當面對挑戰帶來壓力時,我們的『痛』便會靜悄悄地竄出來。

  要移除那些痛症,便要尋根治本。從治標的角度,當務之急在於緩減痛楚的感覺,使其變得可包容和可接納!透過運用自我催眠及視像徵狀消除法(Symbolic Removal of Symptoms)保持身心輕鬆的狀態,脫離被『痛楚』牽著鼻子走的生活。

  而從治本的角度,則要找出痛之『源』。在治療師的協助下,讓當事人了解痛症背後隱藏著什麼故事。治療師協助當事人導入催眠意境,讓他們再次投入那些曾經讓他們痛得要命或隱隱作痛的經歷,以另一角度理解和感受當刻的狀況,並嘗試釋放那些『執緊多年的痛』及重新演繹背後的訊息。我們會發現『它』會漸漸消失! 往後的生活,誰又敢斷言我們一生中只會經歷一次的『痛』?但我們肯定和堅信這些重新的經歷所帶來的體會與感受,使我們有更好的裝備,應付隨後生活的各種挑戰!

 

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1

與疾病對話


接觸一些免疫系統嚴重綜合症的朋友,他們大都有心理創傷,認為自己活的辛苦,活的沒意義或內疚感深重,覺得自己不值得活了,不值得被愛。時常出現輕生念頭。

不要小看這些自殺念頭,因為會導致嚴重身體創傷啊!這是非常不值得的,家人也擔心受苦。

走不出心理創傷,是疾病的源頭一部分。

潛意識被負面情緒和抑鬱所包圍,身體能量低落,免疫力自然低下,身體細胞就容易被氧化,反應出來的表徵就是疾病,自我消耗的疾病。

我的一個個案,

https://www.donnadreamhypnosis.com/2024/03/blog-post_26.html


2

昨天聽到一位大腸癌朋友對開刀的恐懼,


她說:我怕麻醉針打下去,我一睡不醒,

想起我當年同樣的擔憂。

其實,生孩子要開刀, 

我的恐懼,就是對死亡的恐懼,

這正是我在手術台上發的生死夢的trigger

https://www.donnadreamhypnosis.com/2024/04/blog-post_3.html


3

夢中解夢 - 你愛自己嗎?

https://www.donnadreamhypnosis.com/2022/07/blog-post_14.html

今天清晨的夢境,有些模糊,一下床就不記得了。但直覺告訴我,很隱喻性的,insightful,努力去回憶,都記不起,有些可惜。


時間還早,再囘到睡眠中,迷迷糊糊中,潛意識真可愛,送上一個清醒夢(知道自己在發夢的狀態,通常在清晨出現)。


我的夢境世界,潛意識和我直截了當 - 爽快真情的談話,夢境大人說:你剛才的夢境,不記得故事不重要了,可能還會再發的,她要說的是:


4

https://www.donnadreamhypnosis.com/2024/03/blog-post_26.html

與疾病對話


5

https://www.donnadreamhypnosis.com/2015/08/the-power-of-meditation-and-self.html

The Power of meditation and self-hypnosis


6

身心症狀的催眠治療工作坊(做自己的催眠師系列)

https://www.donnadreamhypnosis.com/2015/05/blog-post_5.html

Donna is a hypnotherapist of International Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy Association, USA      國際醫學及牙科催眠治療協會 (美國)


7

與身體對話

https://www.donnadreamhypnosis.com/2022/09/blog-post_46.html

身體痛症,就是發炎,發炎是信息,告訴我們,要處理。要改變一些劣習,改變自己情緒狀態和溝通模式等等。它們都會影響我們的身體,身體疾病又會影響心情。身心健康,身心安頓,一生的學習。

疾病是人的本質,它唯一的目標,就是使我們變得完整。當我們重新學習症狀的語言,聽它說話,就能了解我們缺乏什麼,進而轉化疾病,邁向療癒的道路。


8

Better sleep, quicker recovery 睡的好,恢復快

https://www.donnadreamhypnosis.com/2022/03/better-sleep-quicker-recovery.html


9

https://www.donnadreamhypnosis.com/2023/08/blog-post_17.html

《疾病的希望》冥想 - 反思與回饋

昨晚,在我帶完《疾病的希望》冥想后,朋友們有感而發。


沒想到有中醫師和護理人員參加,令這個主題充實、貼地,充滿愛和溫馨。


看看醫生和護理人員,健康事業的朋友們分享和回饋,看看我們的分享:

10

誰不會有病?爲什麽要避忌,不去面對?


誰不是在病中長大,成長?


逆境,挑戰, 生老病死, 每個人都要面對,但不同的態度,結果可以很不一樣,只要有愛,好多問題都可以容易面對,因為,大部分的問題,都是自己心理問題。


愛,支持,希望,幫助我們減少不必要的stress和anxiety。

對自己生存有希望的人,生存率大大高於對自己沒有希望,想放棄的人。

https://www.donnadreamhypnosis.com/2023/08/blog-post_20.html

11

手療和零極限結合的心理治療方法

把各種情緒帶給身體的感覺連在一起,( 加上過去的情緒創傷 - 内在小孩和身體連結),通過手療和零極限,傳達發至内心的愛和慈悲。感受到脆弱背後好多力量,情緒創傷得以修復。


把内在小孩帶回家...

https://www.donnadreamhypnosis.com/2022/04/blog-post_14.html


12

深層創傷的療愈- 催眠及整合治療在心理創傷上的運用

https://www.donnadreamhypnosis.com/2021/07/blog-post_3.html


Use Mind And Body To Stave Off Headaches

Dr. Mark Wiley | Oct 30, 2013 | Comments 0 | http://src.easyhealthoptions.com/PageViewCount/41940

use-mind-and-body-to-stave-off-headaches_300While headaches are felt in our physical bodies, headache triggers are often the result of our thought-led actions and in how we process stress. Thus, they are a true mind/body ailment. Anxiety, stress, worry, poor habits and all of our daily choices are linked to our thoughts and beliefs and to our actions like eating, sleeping and exercising. Many people who suffer chronic pain, including frequent headaches, often feel nothing can be done and their suffering will inevitably continue.

This suffering does not have to be the case. For tips on how to avoid the root causes of headaches, refer to my last two articles here and here. In addition, the mind/body techniques I discuss below can help you take control of your well-being and stave off those nasty headaches.

Perception is Reality

The first thing you need to understand is that your perception forms your reality. Nothing is really “true” unless you believe it to be true. In fact, you could say that life is “meaningless” until we each, individually, place our own meaning into it. In other words, someone handing you a pencil could seem like a meaningless action. However, if you were in need of a pencil to fill out a withdrawal form in the next five minutes before the bank closed, that pencil assumes great meaning. Receiving it means (to you) that you can get money, buy groceries, fill the gas tank and so on.

Now I understand this example is simplistic and maybe even outdated, but it proves a point. To the general person, the pencil loan is meaningless; but under particular circumstances, it can be very meaningful. Your perception of each and every event in your life, from a conversation with your boss to the traffic jam you sit in, holds no true meaning except for the meaning that you bring to it as based on your worldview, life experience, goals, expectations and needs.

This is an important point. It leads us to the understanding that headaches triggered by stress and anxiety, for example, can be controlled if we can control our perceptions.

When the boss sends a short email that says, “See me,” does this send you into a stress response because you have been slacking off, or a project is not going well or another employee was recently fired? If it does, that is because of the reality you infuse into those two words.

Perhaps your boss just means: “Please come a see me about lunch plans.” But your stress response, based on your perception of your inference of the email’s meaning, triggers a digestive issue, oxygen deprivation issue and muscle tension that trigger a headache.

We must learn to retrain our beliefs, our perceptions about life, our place in the world and our headaches in order to begin to improve our wellbeing and state of health. That can help prevent many stress-induced pains and diseases.

Meditation

Meditative practices are a great way to begin this process. When the mind is racing and jumping around like a wild monkey, it is difficult to think clearly, make good decisions, relax the body, let go of stress, sleep deeply and breathe without issue. There are many meditation methods out there. These include the relaxation response, mindfulness, insight, jappa, Transcendental Meditation® and others that can help you quiet the mind, know yourself, understand situations and think more clearly. (For an overview of these practices, go here.)

Meditative practices relax the nervous system, take you out of the fight-or-flight response, restore normal respiration and help relax tension in the body. When these physiological events are out-of-control, they trigger headaches. If you can find one meditative practice and stick with it, that simple change in your daily routine can help prevent a host of headache triggers from ruining your life.

Qigong And Tai Chi

The ancient Chinese health practices of qigong and tai chi are gold mines when it comes to health and pain-free living. Headaches are painful conditions of imbalance in the body, in the mind, and in daily actions and choices. Qigong and tai chi are based on coordinating mind, movement, breath and intention (or focus). They quiet and focus the mind, relieve stress and bodily tension, tone muscles, improve respiration, increase oxygen intake, move toxins, improve digestion and elimination and engender blood flow. In short, their practice improves quality of life and decreases pain and the onset of headaches by creating relaxation in the body and environment that can prevent headache triggers. For more on these practices, click here.

Hypnosis

Hypnosis has become one of the mainstream ways in which people deal with behavioral issues. That is, they see a hypnotist to deal with drugs, drinking, smoking and overeating. There are even specific hypnosis protocols for headaches specifically and pain relief in general. The success of hypnosis leads to the notion that when we let down our walls of belief we can be open to change our feelings and behaviors. In other words, our perceptions do not clutter our reality during the hypnosis session and changes can be made on the subconscious level.

EMDR

A well-studied but still little-known method of changing how we perceive the world and daily situations, and thus react to them and their stress-causing headaches, is Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR).

Remember that the mind controls perceptions and makes choices in thought, actions, eating and so on that affect the body and trigger headaches. EMDR sessions help us “clear” the negative thoughts and beliefs connected with events in our life.

Why would we want to do this? Often the way in which we recall an event, and the sometimes horrible memories and feelings we associate with that event, are brought front and center in unrelated  and unnecessary ways.

When I was a child and I did something my mother was not pleased with, she would call out to me and say, “Mark, come see me.” That is why, in my example above, when my boss would send an email that said nothing more than “Come see me,” my body went into fight-or-flight response thinking of all the bad things I must have done to make her call me into her office. This is only an analogy, but is a direct example of conditioning in our lives that need not remain active. It is not necessary for me to feel the emotions of a negative traumatic event from childhood in order to recall it matter of factly. And there is no need for an event in adulthood to trigger within you the same emotions as a traumatic childhood event. It serves no purpose. EMDR uses specific story-leading methods with eye movement practices that reorganizes and files those feeling in the correct place in the mind. By keeping them in their rightful place, they will not interfere with today’s reality (as we perceive it), nor will they trigger an unnecessary stress response that can trigger headaches. (Read the story on EMDR here).

Next week we’ll look at specific products and unique treatments that are safe and useful for relieving the pain and symptoms associated with headaches

 

http://easyhealthoptions.com/alternative-medicine/relieving-anxiety-with-easy-techniques-you-can-do-anywhere/


http://www.themastermindsgroup.com/blog/a-hypnosis-induction/

Experience 'glove anaesthesia' in hypnosis

Glove anaesthesia is a tried and tested pain control technique whereby the brain's natural processes are utilized to create numbness in a hand. This can be extremely useful as the patient can be taught to hypnotically 'transfer' this numbness to other parts of the body.

Of course it is vital to understand that pain is the body's way of signaling that something needs addressing. So rather than just switching off this signal you do need to check out the cause of the pain in case it needs to be treated medically.

Detaching from your own body's processes is an incredible experience

When working on hypnotic phenomena such as glove anaesthesia, the conscious mind 'takes a back seat' and simply observes what the unconscious mind is doing. When this starts to happen it's amazing because you will discover how to let your unconscious mind have more freedom.

Those who master self-hypnosis master many of their own physical processes. When you begin to experience hypnotic phenomena such as glove anesthesia, all kinds of other things start to feel possible.

Great sports stars and artists often observe their own mastery as if the conscious part of themselves can observe the products of the unconscious mind.

It's an incredible feeling when you realize your unconscious mind is letting you experience glove anesthesia. As your hand starts to become anaesthetized you'll be given powerful suggestions to begin experiencing positive changes in your life generally.

 

http://blog.trance-formations.com/2009/10/how-to-use-hypnosis-for-pain-control_10.html

Saturday, October 10, 2009

How to Use Hypnosis for Pain Control Part 2 – Glove Anesthesia

Part of the basic education that I give all my hypnosis clients on their first visit is “The body can't tell the difference between imagination and reality.” I may not be obvious at first, but just think: your mouth starts to water when your friend describes a delicious meal, or you jump involuntarily when there is a sudden loud sound in a movie. There is no food in your mouth, yet your body produces more saliva. You know that you are perfectly safe, but your body goes to battle stations, pumping lots of adrenaline into your system, when that car suddenly explodes on screen.

So what do battle stations and a watering mouth have to do with pain control? It's simple. When a hypnotherapist uses specific kinds of imagery with a client in hypnosis, the client's body produces numbness. A common technique is called “glove anesthesia”. 

The hypnotherapist suggests that the client remember a time he or she was so cold that some part of the body became numb. Everyone has had that kind of experience. For me, it happened at a football game when I was in high school. I hadn't noticed that my feet were numb until I stood up and almost fell over. 

Typically the hypnotherapist asks the client to imagine one of their hands in a bucket of ice water so that the hand gets cold enough to become numb. Then the client might be asked to imagine that the numbness is like a thick glove on the hand. So any touch on the gloved hand just feels like a mild kind of pressure. 

Once the client indicates that their hand is numb, the hypnotherapist can test by asking the client to close his or her eyes. Then the hypnotherapist uses his or her fingernails to pinch the skin on the back of client's hand hard enough to leave a mark. If glove anesthesia is present, client will only feel a little pressure. The client is astonished after opening his or her eyes to see the nail marks on their hand.

The way that hypnosis helps to creates glove anesthesia is by amplifying the client's imagination. The stronger the imagined events, the stronger the response from the body.

Once the clients have learned to create glove anesthesia, they can be taught to move the numbness to any area of the body that they wish. For example, someone with chronic headaches could move the numbness to the painful areas of the head.

Teaching someone to use hypnosis to control pain with glove anesthesia usually can be done in one session. It is an easy way to use a little self hypnosis to produce relief for someone in pain.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jfmpSmyio-Y

 

In August, I had to have a very painful surgery, and I had to take a ton of meds to control my pain, but they made me feel very tired and nauseous, so I decided to try self-hypnosis. My dad, who is a hypnotherapist, taught me how to take control of my own pain by imagining my pain as the volume of the radio, which is controled by turning a dial. This technique seems to work better than the glove one for me because I find it easier to use images to create feelings rather than just imagining them.

 身心症狀的催眠治療工作坊(做自己的催眠師系列)

頭痛、肩膊痛、腰痛、胃痛、腸易激綜合症,失眠,敏感,強逼症,過度肥胖等症狀,與​​緊張、焦慮、情緒有直接的關係。大部分的病是由‘心’生, 導致身心痛症。

如何用催眠治療改善身心症狀?每個人天生就會催眠,每時每刻內在的對話,已經是在和自己做催眠。怎樣的催眠才是正面,積極,對自己有價值 - 產生自我療愈、提高身心健康的效果?

在這個工作坊裡, 我們將了解催眠作為輔助醫療,在心理、身理上的療愈功能,包括減壓,疏解情緒,修正不良習慣,解夢治療,痛症、睡眠質素、體重、戒煙、糖尿病等健康管理上的應有,體驗催眠對身、心、靈上的滋潤。

最好的心理醫生不是別人,而是自己的潛意識,學​​習自我催眠,啟動潛意識自我免疫、修復的機制,讓身心靈得以安頓,身心質素提高,病從‘心醫。做自己的治療師。

這個工作坊適合渴望發揮自己潛意識,愈自己的你!歡迎父母、老師、社工、輔導人士参加。

地址:旺角 彌敦道721-725 華比銀行大廈131303

時間:2015-07-11 () 2:30-5:30 pm

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導師:Donna Wong Tel/WhatApps/WeChat 90306536

Donna is a hypnotherapist of International Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy Association, USA      國際醫學及牙科催眠治療協會 (美國)




YOUTUBEhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JIkQe9iplC0&list=PL2jpq1jOdEv-bfpuF0qqPKKRBNWT7lPMz



催眠减痛的學習和新發現

25-6-2013

每個人在一生都會遇到這樣那樣的痛症,如頭痛,背痛,頸痛等.對我來講,頭痛是經常要面對的挑戰. MS Louise Hay的真人故事-用自我催眠來協助醫治自己的癌症(HER BOOK: YOU CAN HEAL YOUR LIFE),令我感到震撼。於是,我起草及錄制了這個催眠減輕痛症的AUDIO望對自己,家人和有需要的人帶來多一個醫治和調理的方法。

昨天在寫稿時,我的耳朵上長了一個瘡,因為耳朵的神經腺特別多,我已感到此痛影響我的工作和休息,於是我利用這個痛症作試驗.用催眠激發自己潛意識的能量去"醫治"它,耳痛大大舒緩,由6級到3級,雖然仍有些痛,但已不影響我的工作和睡眠.而且,今天已不痛了.慢慢好轉.

制作這個AUDIO的過程,也是幫自己治療的過程.真的感恩自己與潛意識溝通成功,感恩潛意識的幫助.

每個人都有潛意識,每個人都有這種能力,只要你相信她,多與她溝通,她會對你加倍的體貼.做自我催眠越多,就會入的越深,受益也越大.

雖然潛意識無時無刻,發出信息,想保護我們的心靈和身體,但我們不刻意去收,有時就白白浪費了.要走多些弯路

催眠是打開潛意識大門的鑰匙,是意識和潛意識的溝通的橋梁.溝通的越好,各個方面的潛能發揮就越大,杠杆效應也越大,不要用死力!

學習催眠,其中一個原因是在NLP課堂上親自見証Mr Peter Shaw 醫治一位受20多年背部傷痛的同學.她的表情已告訴我們她是如何辛苦,忍痛上課.我從沒見過她笑過.但經過現場一個小時左右的心理治療,她的痛楚大大降低,面上出現紅潤和笑容.每次見到她,(FACEBOOK上也見到她)我都會問候她的背痛情況.她總是開心的分享:"雖然還感到有些痛,但不再影響我的正常生活,社交了."人变得开心好多好多!

另一個原因是想幫一位好敬重的老師戒煙.幫家人提高睡眠質素,幫自己提升,調理身體,好多夢想......

什麼是夢想? 夢想是堅持過程中有很多困難也讓你感到幸福的東西.

路雖遙遠,但有家人,朋友的支持,DP朋友的鼓勵,看到自己創意潛能有所發揮,內心充滿感恩和滿足.

渴望人生每個階段都能找到新發現, 有富足的心靈,帶給身邊的人開心, 快樂,發出光和熱.  那怕是極弱的光和熱......


Pain management pre talk 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JIkQe9iplC0&t=84s


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