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Self Hypnosis for Relaxation & Subconscious Reprogramming

December 29 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm

$80

Self Hypnosis for Relaxation & Subconscious Reprogramming

What’s the difference between meditation and hypnosis?” While meditation and hypnosis can be similar in terms of the process utilized to achieve a relaxed state of mind and body, they differ in terms of the outcome. Meditation is used to quiet the mind while hypnosis is used to program the mind.

Meditation seeks to quiet the mind and helps create a blank slate where you can release all of your cares and concerns. Meditation helps you recharge and rejuvenate, and it helps you ease stress. Hypnosis does all of those things and it has an even greater purpose: To reprogram the subconscious mind.

Hypnosis is a very common state of mind

Hypnosis is a very common state of mind that you achieve every time you get lost in a thought or allow your mind to wander. You can also achieve a hypnotic-like state while driving, which is called highway hypnosis. Anyone who has ever missed an exit on the highway because their mind was lost in a thought will be familiar with this concept. Hypnosis works by helping you reprogram your self-sabotaging, self-defeating behaviors and thoughts that keep you from achieving your goals. Hypnosis is typically used to help people stop smoking or lose weight, but it can be utilized for virtually anything you want to either eliminate or improve upon.

Most habits or mindsets can be overcome in as little as 21 to 30 days

Hypnosis helps you move beyond your conscious mind by helping you access the subconscious mind, which doesn’t know the difference between reality and imagination. Most thought processes and patterns can be overcome and changed, when given enough time and patience because most habits take around 21 to 30 days to overcome. Your subconscious mind is like a giant sponge that absorbs everything around it. These thoughts and images then become part of your belief system where they are sent out to the universe to become your new reality. In other words your thoughts create your reality.

Meditation offers a powerful reprieve from the world around us

Meditation on the other hand is a very powerful tool because it helps you turn your mind off and quiet your thoughts. Creativity and other kinds of processes flow much better in a relaxed state of mind. Meditation offers you a very powerful reprieve from the busy lives that we lead as well. Perhaps at this point you’re wondering why you might choose one over another. There are some general rules of thumb you can use. If your goal is to simply relax and turn your mind off, meditation offers the perfect escape, similar to that of a mini-vacation for your mind. Hypnosis, on the other hand, is very useful if you are trying to overcome something you have been struggling with, such as smoking, weight loss or a fear.

Hypnosis and meditation use similar techniques to achieve the relaxation response

Both hypnosis and meditation use similar techniques to help you achieve a state of relaxation, but in a process like hypnosis, the hypnotist uses creative stories, metaphors and hypnotic suggestions to help you overcome your problems. Meditation, of course, is used to simply help you relax and ease off stress and tension. Most of us live in a world that is never silent; it is always moving, ebbing and flowing. We tend to use noise such as music or the radio to fill in the gaps of silence because silence somehow seems uncomfortable and unwanted. As a result, we are stressed out and feel pressure every moment of the day.

Both meditation and hypnosis can help you take control of your life

Meditation is an incredible tool that can help you in many ways. Just spending a few precious moments a day in silence while watching your breath can be a life-altering experience because it gives you time to reflect.

Hypnosis is an equally miraculous tool that will allow you to take control of those parts of your life that may appear to be beyond your control. This includes your habits and behaviors as well as the emotions, beliefs and feelings that are triggering those unwanted thoughts and actions. From quitting smoking, to losing weight, to managing situational stress, to overcoming fears, to setting goals for yourself, to improving academic and athletic performance, hypnosis can be used to improve virtually any aspect of your life.

Enjoy a group hypnosis session where you’ll use
the Control Room of your mind to create helpful
changes on all levels: mental, physical, emotional
and more.
Please note that using hypnosis is not a substitute
for medical treatment. It is a complementary tool
that may benefit you.
Please consult with your doctor
Welcome to this self-hypnosis session for deep relaxation, to help calm your mind and to receive positive affirmations.
 
This guided hypnosis experience is a form of relaxation meditation with spoken suggestions to gain calmness, bliss and joy.
 
This hypnotic session combines aspects of self-hypnosis and visualization which will allow experiencing the deeper levels of relaxation resulting in peace, calmness and serenity.
 
Listen to this self-hypnosis session, allow you to relax deeply, to let go of any physical tensions in the body, melt away unwanted stresses, anxiety and worries in the mind.
 
To enhance the relaxation, calm your thoughts, as you turn down any excessive noise of the mind you will drift into a blissful state of relaxation. At the end of this session you are offered with affirmations to reinitiate vital qualities in your system.
 
This track may also be useful for relieving symptoms of stress, frustration, irritation, anxiety etc. To get good result, repeat this session regularly. Regular listening to hypnosis will help to reprogram the subconscious mind with all positive suggestions for your own holistic healing results.
 
#Positive Affirmations
#Stress relief
#Anxiety relief
#Insomnia relief
 
 
Sleep disturbances can feel unbearable at times, leading to endless tossing and turning. And it’s an affliction experienced by many.
 
Up to 30% of adults have reported they receive less than seven hours of sleep a night, which is the gold standard for adults under 60. If you’re over 60, seven to nine hours is recommended. Around 70% of high school students shared they’re not getting enough shuteye either.
 
But with practice, applying self-hypnosis techniques can help you change your disturbed sleep patterns for good.
 
Why can’t I sleep?
There could be many reasons why you aren’t getting consistent, quality sleep, and the consequences of reduced sleep can vary.
 
Common sleep disorder experiences include:
 
having difficulty falling asleep
having trouble staying asleep
regular nightmares or night terrors
excessive daytime sleepiness
increased movement during sleep.
Experts define insomnia as difficulty initiating or maintaining sleep. Acute insomnia, or short-term insomnia, might last for only a few nights. On the other hand, chronic insomnia means that your sleep is disrupted for at least three nights per week, for three months.
 
Various physical and mental health issues can contribute to disordered sleep, such as different pain syndromes or neurological conditions.
 
If you don’t have a known health concern impacting your sleep, you may be experiencing what’s known as primary insomnia. Whereas if you know your sleep disturbance is a symptom of a larger health issue, it’s referred to as secondary insomnia.
 
Sometimes it’s just life aggravating your sleep, rather than a diagnosed health condition, such as if you’re experiencing stress, have a poor work-life balance, are a shift worker, or going through difficult relationship problems.
 
Are drugs my best option for better sleep?
Long-term use of such medications can result in a growing dependency, daytime drowsiness, nausea, fatigue, confusion, and memory problems.
 
Because of these known side effects, many people prefer non-pharmacological treatments, including meditation, hypnotherapy, and sleep hygiene programs.
 
The American Academy of Sleep Medicine says your behavior, especially before bedtime, can have a major impact on your sleep. Your routine before lights out can either promote healthy sleep or contribute to a long night of restlessness followed by a difficult morning.
Hypnosis and sleep
During hypnosis you experience a state of deep relaxation, focused attention, and increased suggestibility. By this we mean you become more receptive to ideas—it’s not a form of mind control. Instead, it’s a researched-back tool that can help reduce your arousal and promote relaxation.
 
If you’ve been experiencing insomnia, hypnosis can be used to help you relax, fall asleep, and stay asleep. It can be thought of as a more powerful guided meditation, carefully designed for improving sleep.
 
As a technique, hypnosis for sleep is an appealing option for people who suffer from sleep disorders as it’s cost-effective, safe, and easy to put into practice.
 
The science behind sleep hypnosis
Treating sleep difficulties with hypnosis has been well researched, and the evidence base about the benefits of incorporating self-hypnosis into your nighttime routine is growing.
 
A comprehensive study in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine examining results from 24 different research papers reported that more than half (58.3%) of the included studies found evidence that hypnosis could benefit sleep.
 
The research also highlighted that there was a low incidence of adverse events when hypnosis is used as a tool for treating sleep disorders.
 
Other scientific studies have found that improving sleep through hypnosis is a secondary outcome. For example, one study focused on reducing pain by hypnosis found that participants not only reported less pain, but their sleep improved at the same time too.
 
Health conditions that benefit from self-hypnosis for sleep
Hypnosis can help with insomnia (either primary or secondary), as well as a whole range of health concerns like cancer or problematic menopause symptoms. This is because sleep disturbances and a whole host of health conditions can go hand in hand.
 
Researchers from around the world have already studied the benefits of sleep hypnosis for:
 
multiple sclerosis patients with sleeping difficulties
chronic fatigue syndrome patients with sleep disturbances
cancer patients
menopausal hot flashes
people with sleep bruxism (teeth grinding)
people experiencing post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) that led to sleep disturbances
fibromyalgia patients with sleeping difficulties
people with lower back problems
post-menopausal women
irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
Self-hypnosis techniques for sleep
The ability to focus yourself at will is an invaluable skill and it’s the foundation for sleep self-hypnosis.
 
However, keep in mind that The Sleep Foundation in the US says self-hypnosis is about changing your negative thoughts about sleep or your poor sleep habits, rather than putting you to sleep during the process. Instead, the idea is that you will sleep better once the self-hypnosis is complete.
 
Here’s how to self-hypnotize for improved sleep.
 
Find a comfortable place where you can relax.
This can be in bed just before you’d ideally like to fall sleep, or wherever works best for you.
Relax using a hypnotic induction.
Begin by focusing on your breath. Then, initiate a progressive muscle relaxation by visualizing tension dissolving or evaporating away for your body, or slowly tense and relax each muscle group. Start by focusing your attention on your head, shoulders and neck, move down to your back, arms, stomach and chest, then legs and feet. You should begin feeling a deep and pleasant sense of relaxation.
Introduce a suggestion.
Think of simple but clear statements about what you can do differently for better sleep. In a focused state of hypnosis you will be able to pay deeper attention to these suggestions. It can be what you might do differently, such as ‘I will turn my devices off an hour before bed’. Or alternatively, focus on reacting differently to challenging situations, such as ‘I won’t panic if I wake up before my alarm. I will fall asleep again’. Just keep it simple. Alternatively, practice repeating an affirmation, like ‘I will sleep throughout the night and not wake up’, or ‘Tonight I will fall asleep easily and quickly’. These are all post-hypnotic suggestions, which means they’ll take effect after your self-hypnosis session has finished, helping you achieve better sleep.
Return to your usual level of alertness.
Become more alert and aware by counting to five while telling yourself you are becoming aware of your surroundings again. You can skip this step if you’re trying self-hypnosis right before bedtime.
To target insomnia specifically, different hypnosis approaches can be used, such as visualizing the metaphor of a fish swimming deeper and deeper in the ocean for quality, deep sleep. You could also try an age-regression technique like focusing on your earlier memories of when restorative sleep came easily to you.
 
Practicing self-hypnosis is essential to see results. If you need more direction, try online recordings or digital health apps that guide you through a hypnosis program.
 
While a self-hypnosis program offered via the Nerva app is designed to support people with IBS and the Evia hypnosis app is for women experiencing menopause, clinical trials have shown that both can lead to improved sleep quality as a secondary benefit of completing the sessions.
 
 The Wrap Up
If you experience prolonged sleep issues, consult with a healthcare provider to ensure you don’t have an underlying health condition contributing to your poor sleep. Self-hypnosis can be used as a tool to help with a range of sleep disturbances, including an inability to fall asleep, difficulties waking up, insomnia, and persistent nightmares or night terrors. It can help you change your behaviours and patterns around sleep. Remember, it takes practice to feel the benefits of self-hypnosis for better sleep, so be consistent with your efforts.


Self hypnosis is a wonderful and valuable tool to master because it can be helpful in many areas of your life.
Self hypnosis can assist you:
– to relieve stress;
– to end procrastination;
– to overcome fears;
– to improve sleep;
– improve self-confidence;
– to achieve your goals;
– to improve learning abilities.
The workshop is a good opportunity to find out:
– what hypnosis is and how you can use it safely and confidently;
– how to relax using simple relaxation techniques;
– how to get into trance and get out of it;
– how to write auto suggestion correctly.
Yes, this hypnosis-empowered meditation
Will work when other kinds of meditation were to difficult. It is so simple when you use a system that works with how your mind was designed to work. Take back control of your life and live the life you were meant to live.
It is the first self-hypnosis program that we know of that allows you to first remove the old programming that blocks success.
Help for health just seem to start working better than they ever did before. As a result, you just tend to start taking better care of yourself, and old patterns such as addiction begin to fade away (i.e., smoking, overeating, alcohol abuse, etc.)
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This is useful for any kind of personal or interpersonal issue: mind, body and/or spirit.
Learn a simple, yet highly effect technique to manage the power of your mind to produce physical well-being, stress reduction, pain relief, habit control, performance enhancement, personal and spiritual development. The potential for change and growth is as limitless of your imagination.

We offers a unique combination of soft hypnosis and meditation.
It is created especially to enhance and deepen our capacity to relax and let-go. In this striking relaxation something happens inside us, a new opening comes on its own, bringing clarity, new insight and deep inner peace.
After that, nothing will ever be the same.
Hypnosis for a radical seeing into the nature of non-doing, rest and relaxation. The Buddha nature, our real home, beyond body and mind.
Self- Hypnosis are tools that can help a person find internal peace by resolving extreme emotions, enhancing the quality of life, getting through life issues, and helping achieve self-improvement goals.
Can change your life! Whether you want to lose weight, stop smoking, manage stress, manage pain, conquer fears, or make other changes, you can! Most people try to change their habits using only 12% of their mind – the conscious mind. Yet those habits are deeply rooted in the other 88% – the sub-conscious. You can access your sub-conscious and utilize 100% of your mind power.
Combining the transformational power of hypnosis, meditation and your spiritual system
Moves you more quickly toward being your true self, reaching a much higher level of consciousness, releasing your latent talents, and helping you to realize your calling.

Self-hypnosis
Is like planting a new flower garden in an area that is full of weeds. The new flowers wouldn’t have a chance because the old weeds have a head start. They would choke off almost any chance that the new flowers had to take root and grow strong. It makes a lot of sense when you think about it that way. You need to remove the weeds (and the root) so that the good plants and flowers (new useful thoughts, beliefs, feelings and behaviors, etc.) can survive and grow.
 

Meditation is Hypnosis in the vertical dimension and Hypnosis is Meditation in horizontal dimension. Hypnosis has many possibilities and more people should be working in that direction. It has not been yet taken seriously, and it is one of the very fundamental things which can innermost core of all problems and of all solutions.- OSHO 

HYPNOSIS: A POWERFUL WAY TO LIBERATE YOU FROM ADDICTIONS
Very soon hypnosis is going to be one of the most important sciences to be developed, because man’s mind is in such a tension, in so much misery, in so much anguish that he has to use alcohol, marijuana, hashish, opium and all kinds of drugs just to forget, just to get rid of all the anxieties although he knows it is only temporary. Tomorrow when he wakes up all those anxieties will be waiting at the door; they have not gone anywhere. Hypnosis can transform you very easily without any drugs.
There are people who are suffering from smoking – they don’t want to smoke but they are addicted. They go through a torture. They know perfectly well that it is harmful, they are killing themselves, but no wise counseling can be of any help. They know all that you are saying: that it will destroy your health, your lungs may go wrong, you may get tuberculosis, you may even get cancer, and certainly you will die at least two or three years earlier. Everybody knows it, but still the addiction is there.
Hypnosis is so simple. In three weeks’ time, just a three-week course, one hour every day – and your smoking disappears. Just for three weeks, one hour a day, you have to be told, “You don’t need cigarettes, and you don’t need smoking.”
There is no need for somebody to tell you, you can just keep a tape recorder by your side. Just record the first session with a hypnotist – and a hypnotist is not a magician, he is a scientist, and what he is doing is a simple method. So just record the first session, and then every time you want, every day, you simply use the recorded session. And within three weeks you will be free of all addiction to smoking or alcohol or anything else.
Hypnosis has not yet been used. It is a tremendously powerful instrument to improve man – his consciousness, his body – in every possible way.
Osho,

 

 

Zaki was born and raised in Italy,Has been working with people as a therapist, spiritual counselor and friend since 1987. Her educational background includes university degrees in Psychology,

She works individually with people, leads groups, trainings and seminars and has a broad range of expertise including teaching counseling skills. She has been practicing meditation and transformational therapy for the last 25 years here in the states and at the residence of the Osho Multiversity and Meditation Resort in Pune, India. This center is the largest personal growth center in the world and has thousands of visitors from over 100 countries each year. She has training in many

therapeutic approaches including Bio-Energetics, Hypnosis, breath work, Primal, Experiencing Trauma Therapy Inner Woman work, the Osho Tantra Intensive, the Path of Love and the Osho Therapist Training She is a certified Osho Breath Therapist,and is also a certified meditation facilitator.

Energy Counseling, Reiki Master, and Osho Transformational Therapist, which includes certifications in a variety of healing modalities including counseling. She has helped thousands of people to transform their passion to live happy, peaceful lives, into their daily reality. She finds the most efficient route to creating and sustaining beautiful and powerful life, work is a synthesis of many years of spiritual and therapeutic practice and is characterized by his enthusiasm, compassionate love of people, humor.

Zaki has her own way of presenting this new and revolutionary method for heightening awareness, off-loading the wound-ego, or pain-body, or not-self – whatever you want to call it – and relaxing into one’s own skin. She is a teacher whose extensive back ground in meditation, therapy and metaphysics, and her own unique comprehensive nature (she’s a Reflector, who are just 1% of people) let her make the space for you to have an experience of yourself – not just take on more intellectual learning.

She’s a human tin-opener, a revolving sprinkler, and if you’re lucky and get to come to any of her groups, you’ll be doused by friendly, authoritative wisdom so juicy and true that you’ll never be the same again. And you’ll come away with tools you can use in your daily life to continue the process of unmasking your essence and letting go what isn’t you.

Zaki holds 10 Master-Teacher titles in five different types of Reiki:

Zaki facilitates Osho Active Meditation classes, Shamanic Tarot, groups and retreats, and Reiki class. She has lived and studied in Tibet, Nepal, Singapore, India, Italy, Germany and Thailand, seeking out the masters of energy healing. Zaki also has led workshops and healing groups in Germany for the last 25 years. She is the founder of the OSHO Meditation Center & Multiversity of California. She is an excellent model of what a ‘Marketplace Mystic’ actually looks, sounds, and behaves like when moving through the mundane activities and challenges of daily life

Zaki was born and raised in Italy,Has been working with people as a therapist, spiritual counselor and friend since 1987. She works individually with people, leads groups, trainings and seminars and has a broad range of expertise including teaching counseling skills. She has been practicing meditation and transformational therapy for the last 25 years here in the states and at the residence of the Osho Multiversity and Meditation Resort in Pune, India. This center is the largest personal growth center in the world and has thousands of visitors from over 100 countries each year.

She has training in many

approaches including Bio-Energetics, Hypnosis, breath work, Primal, Experiencing Trauma Therapy Inner Woman work, the Osho Tantra Intensive, the Path of Love and the Osho Therapist Training She is a certified Osho Breath Therapist,and is also a certified meditation facilitator,Energy Counseling, Reiki Master, and Osho Transformational Therapist, which includes certifications in a variety of healing modalities including counseling. She has helped thousands of people to transform their passion to live happy, peaceful lives, intotheir daily reality. She finds the most efficient route to creating and sustaining beautiful and powerful life, work is a synthesis of many years of spiritual and therapeutic practice and is characterized by his enthusiasm, compassionate love of people, humor. Zaki facilitates Osho Active Meditation classes, Shamanic Tarot, groups and retreats, and Reiki class. She has lived and studied in Tibet, Nepal, Singapore, India, Italy, Germany and Thailand, seeking out the masters of energy healing. Zaki also has led workshops and healing groups in Germany for the last 25 years. She is the founder of the OSHO Meditation Center & Multiversity of California. She is an excellent model of what a ‘Marketplace Mystic’ actually looks, sounds, and behaves like when moving through the mundane activities and challenges of daily life.

Zaki’s Additional Training:

Inner Work/Personal Growth Training

  • Intuition & Channeling intensive (1 month)
  • Born Again intensive (18 hours); 12 times
  • Channeling intensive (210 hours)
  • Breathing intensive (210 hours)
  • The Path of the Mystic (210 hours)
  • Working with the Chakras (18 hours)
  • Ending Co-dependence training (210 hours)
  • Opening Your Heart (21 hours)
  • Primal Feeling intensive (210 hours)
  • From the Head to the Heart (28 hours)
  • Transformation of Power (30 hours)
  • Relationships (70 hours)
  • Melting in Love; Aloneness (50 hours)
  • Who Is In? (100 hours)
  • Satori (105 hours)
  • Die Before You Die (56 hours)
  • Coming Out of Loneliness (30 hours)
  • Courage: The Joy of Risking (30 hours)
  • Your Roots in Life: the 1st Chakra (30 hours)
  • The Mystic Rose (21 days); 12 times
  • Tibetan Pulsing (210 hours)
  • Love and Freedom (3 days)
  1. Leadership Training
  • Meditation Leader training (50 hours)
  • Therapist Training intensive (110 hours); 12 times
  • Energy Counseling Training intensive (110 hours); 5 times
  • Councilor Training intensive (330 hours)
  • Reminding Yourself of the Forgotten Language of Talking to Your Body-Mind (21 hours)
  • No Mind meditation training (28 hours); 12 times

 

III. Healing Training

  • Reiki Training (see previous)
  • Healing with Chi (for Reiki Masters only) (210 hours)
  • Pranic Healing (210 hours)
  • Energy Healing Intensive (70 hours)
  • Star-Sapphire training (working with energy) (100 hrs)
  • Color Chakra Healing (24 hours)
  • Reminding Yourself of the Forgotten Language of Talking to Your Body-Mind (14 hours)
  • Self Hypnosis (21 hours)
  1. Meditation Training
  • Vipassana Meditation training; Osho Multiversity; Pune, India (210 hours); 12 times
  • Vipassana Meditation training; Zen monastery, Himalaya Mtns. (230 hours)
  • Vipassana Meditation training; Pancha Mama Center, Costa Rica (3 weeks)
  • No Mind meditation training (14 hours); 12 times
  • Dance meditation training (30 hours); 6 times
  1. Other Training
  • Laughter Yoga Leader training; LA, Calif (16 hours)
  • Tarot.

Amount others modalities , she is trained : OSHO therapy, OSHO Meditative Therapy , OSHO Meditation, Family Constellation, Breath work , Shamanic Work, Energy Healing, Conscious Relating, Pulsation , Sexual deconditioning, Tantra Essence, Women Work, Multidimensional bodywork and an extensive Healing arts.

Her passion for Meditation and Self Awareness took her to travel around the world to experience deeply a diversification Self Transformation body mind healing therapy and Spiritual path from east and west.

Over the past 30 years, she has traveling globally sharing her unique approach of working with people, which integrates many different

Meditation techniques, transpersonal and body energy healing arts has helped hundreds of people to bring more love, awareness and joy into they life.

Zaki   has been part of the Facilitator Team OSHO Meditation Resort –India

Zaki presence , depth, sensitive ,and heart felt is felt in her approach of being with people at her work and life .

 

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Details

Date:
December 29
Time:
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Cost:
$80