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SNAP! Unhypnotizing Hypnotherapy! How effective is Hypnotherapy?

Join Dr. Bunny Vreeland as she discusses Hypnotherapy, and how effective it is compared to other popular therapies.  You may be surprised!

SNAP Unhypnotizing Hypnotherapy is a weekly internet radio show on www.MercuryBroadcasting.net

For more information on Hypnotherapy, please feel free to contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at: (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com

Also visit: http://mercurybroadcasting.net    http://bunnyvreeland.org/    http://vreelandcollege.org/

SNAP! Unhypnotizing Hypnotherapy! Migraines? Allergies?

Dr. Bunny Vreeland discusses how Hypnotherapy helped her get rid of Migraines & Allergies!  Are you suffering from Migraines or Allergie?  Give her a call at (805) 482-8111 and see what Hypnotherapy can do for you!

SNAP Unhypnotizing Hypnotherapy is a weekly internet radio show on www.MercuryBroadcasting.net

For more information on Hypnotherapy, please feel free to contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at: (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com

Also visit: http://mercurybroadcasting.net    http://bunnyvreeland.org/    http://vreelandcollege.org/

SNAP! Unhypnotizing Hypnotherapy. How did you get into Hypnotherapy?

Dr. Bunny Vreeland has gotten many questions regarding Hypnotherapy, in her 20+ years as a Board Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist.  In this segment, Dr. Bunny answers the question: “How did you get involved with Hypnotherapy?”.

Learn something you might not know about Hypnotherapy!

SNAP Unhypnotizing Hypnotherapy is a weekly internet radio show on www.MercuryBroadcasting.net

For more information on Hypnotherapy, please feel free to contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at: (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com

Also visit: http://mercurybroadcasting.net    http://bunnyvreeland.org/    http://vreelandcollege.org/

SNAP! Unhypnotizing Hypnotherapy. What can Hypnotherapy be used for?

Dr. Bunny Vreeland has gotten many questions regarding Hypnotherapy, in her 20+ years as a Board Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist. Tune in for Part 3 of a very interesting series on SNAP! Unhypnotizing Hypnotherapy, as Dr. Bunny answers some of the most interesting questions she’s received over the years.  In this segment, the question is: “What can Hypnotherapy be used for, other than weight management & to quit smoking.  How can Hypnotherapy change my life?”.

Learn something you might not know about Hypnotherapy!

SNAP Unhypnotizing Hypnotherapy is a weekly internet radio show on www.MercuryBroadcasting.net

For more information on Hypnotherapy, please feel free to contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at: (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com

Also visit: http://mercurybroadcasting.net    http://bunnyvreeland.org/    http://vreelandcollege.org/

SNAP! Unhypnotizing Hypnotherapy! Re-programming??

In her 20+ years as a Board Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, Dr. Bunny has gotten many questions regarding Hypnotherapy. Tune in for Part 2 of a very interesting series on SNAP! Unhypnotizing Hypnotherapy as Dr. Bunny answers some of the most interesting questions she’s received over the years.

Learn something you might not know about Hypnotherapy!

SNAP Unhypnotizing Hypnotherapy is a weekly internet radio show on www.MercuryBroadcasting.net

For more information on Hypnotherapy, please feel free to contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at: (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com

Also visit: http://mercurybroadcasting.net http://bunnyvreeland.org/ http://vreelandcollege.org/

SNAP! What’s the difference between a Hypnotherapist and a Hypnotist?

In her 20+ years as a Board Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, Dr. Bunny Vreeland has gotten many questions regarding Hypnotherapy.  Today we begin a very interesting series on SNAP! Unhypnotizing Hypnotherapy, where Dr. Bunny will answer some of the most interesting questions she’s received over the years.

Tune in and learn something you might not know about Hypnotherapy!

For more information on Hypnotherapy, please feel free to contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at: (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com

Also visit:

http://mercurybroadcasting.net

http://bunnyvreeland.org/

http://vreelandcollege.org/

SNAP! How To Think Positively, Session 2 of 2

happy_redHi, It’s Dr. Bunny Vreeland and I’m back again to talk about ‘Positive Thinking’ in the second post of this series.  Many of us want to think positively but… ‘Life gets in the way’.  Does this sound familiar??  If so, listen in as I give you some great tips and info to change your way of thinking.

I mentioned in the last session that I’d been listening to a CD set by Brendon Burchard, called the “Motivation Manifesto”.  I’ve told a couple of my clients about these great CD’s and two of them purchased them, and told me what a difference it has made in the way that they see what is happening in their lives.  This is certainly not an ad for Brendon Burchard, but I do think that what he has to say is brilliant and extremely useful, so check him out!  Brendon Burchard is a #1 New York Times bestselling author and one of the most watched personal development trainers in the world. Google him and all kinds of positive things come up…

Here are some additional tips to help you on your quest to think more positively:

1. Positive Affirmations – are uplifting and optimistic statements designed to raise your spirit and help you to keep your focus on the positive.

2. Positive Words – This is a little more personal.  You might have words that you go to that raise your spirts.  Perhaps a person’s name, or keywords like “strength”, “love”, or “smile”.

3. Look in the mirror and find something that you like about yourself – what is your favorite thing about you.  If you’re having a difficult time, ask your best friend what they love about you.

4. Exercise your body and your mind –  Exercise releases chemicals called endorphins. These endorphins interact with the receptors in your brain that create the feel-good vibe.  Endorphins also trigger a positive feeling in the body.

5. Breathe deeply – most of breathe shallowly, which reduces oxygen to the brain, creating brain-fog.  By breathing deeper, more oxygen is available to the brain, which creates sharper mental clarity.

One of my favorite quotes (I put it everywhere, until I memorized it!):

“Watch your thoughts, they become words;
watch your words, they become actions;
watch your actions, they become habits;
watch your habits, they become character;
watch your character, for it becomes your destiny.”

By Frank Outlaw
Late President of the Bi-Lo Stores

Contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com
Also visit:  http://bunnyvreeland.org/    http://vreelandcollege.org/

Happy Labor Day from Mercury Broadcasting!

Labor Day PicSNAP will return next week, when we will continue with Positive Thinking, Part 2.  Today we’re celebrating Labor Day, so we searched for some fun facts about what Labor Day is & why we celebrate it!

Here are some fun & interesting facts we learned:

Labor Day celebrates the contributions that workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of the country.

In the late 1800’s the average American worked 12-hour days and seven-day weeks to eke out a basic living.  

President Grover Cleveland designated the first Monday in September as Labor Day.

Oregon was the first state to make Labor Day a holiday in 1887.

By the time it became an official federal holiday in 1894, thirty U.S. states officially celebrated Labor Day.

When the idea for Labor Day first started, most workers only had every other Sunday off, as well as two holidays a year: Christmas and Fourth of July!

Traditionally people did not wear white after Labor Day since Labor Day was the unofficial the end of summer! (Are you still wearing those white shoes???).

These days many Americans celebrate Labor Day in the backyard, firing up the grill, camping in the park or a having day at the beach.  However, AAA estimates that nearly 35 MILLION people in the United States will travel on Labor Day, and those that do travel, will  go at least 50 miles from home & most will use the 3-day weekend for a road trip, instead of flying on a plane!

The 8-hour day was firmly established in 1916 with the passage of the Adamson Act.  This was the first federal law regulating the hours of workers in private companies.

There is disagreement about who actually proposed Labor Day as a holiday.  Some say it was Peter J. McGuire, who was the co-founder of the American Federation of Labor. Others believe that it was Matthew Maguire, who was a machinist.  More than 100 years after the first Labor Day observance, there is still some doubt as to who first proposed the holiday for workers!

But no matter who proposed Labor Day as a holiday,  we’re sending our Happy Labor Day wishes to you, no matter who first proposed this holiday!

Happy Labor Day from Mercury Broadcasting!

SNAP! How To Think Positively, Session 1 of 2

blond_haired_kidHi, It’s Dr. Bunny Vreeland and I would like to talk about ‘Positive Thinking’ in this post. So many of us want to think positively but, ‘Life gets in the way.’

I have been listening to a fabulous CD set by Brendon Burchard, called the ‘Motivation Manifesto’. I read the book and now I have the CD set in my car to listen to as I drive to my destinations. It keeps me focused, positive and calm. I recommend the book or CD set to everyone. It’s THAT good! If you don’t know who Brendon Buchard is, he is a #1 New York Times bestselling author and one of the most watched personal development trainers in the world. Google him and all kinds of positive things come up…

If you are struggling with ways to help you think more positively, here are just a few suggestions to get you started:

  1. Get a coach, mentor or a guide. That is exactly why I listen to CDs and read books by Brendon Burchard, Tony Robbins, Wayne Dyer and a host of other uplifting folks.
  1. Use hypnotherapy, meditation and/or yoga to redirect your thoughts as well as to help you bring your attention to your breath. Why? Because, most of us breathe shallowly, cutting off the oxygen to our brain. When we breathe deeply, our thoughts become more clear and focused.
  1. Smile at people. Start with yourself. Get up and stand in front of a mirror and SMILE at yourself! It really does help change your mood and relieve stress. I also felt lighter because it takes fewer muscles to smile than to frown. Now, go out and smile at others. Most people will smile back at you!
  1. Sing! I can’t carry a tune (ask anyone!) But music MOVES me and I can’t help dancing, moving and singing. It helps change my ‘state’ every time.

This is Dr. Bunny. Stay tuned for more ‘Positive Thought’ suggestions in the next SNAP post, How To Think Positively, Session #2.

Also check out my FREE Stress Reduction session at: http://bunnyvreeland.org/free-stress-reduction-session/

Contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com
Also visit:  http://bunnyvreeland.org/    http://vreelandcollege.org/

SNAP! IBS and Hypnotherapy

IBSOver 20% of the population in the U.S. suffers from IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) in some form.  I learned about the benefits of Hypnotherapy a number of years ago.  I had a doctor friend who told me that in Europe, Hypnotherapy is the go-to therapy for IBS.  I was so stunned by the effectiveness of Hypnotherapy on IBS clients, that I did my thesis on it.  Click here to read it: http://bunnyvreeland.org/dr-bunnys-thesis-on-i-b-s-2/

In my studies, I’ve found that many of the common beliefs about IBS are misleading.  I came to realize that a body trauma can many times be a cause creating the onset of IBS.  Find out more in Chapter 6 of my thesis where I state real-life situations: http://bunnyvreeland.org/dr-bunnys-thesis-on-i-b-s-2/

More info about IBS:

According to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, Irritable Bowel Syndrome is a disorder characterized most commonly by cramping, abdominal pain, bloating, constipation, and diarrhea.

IBS causes a great deal of discomfort and distress, but it does not permanently harm the intestines and does not lead to a serious disease, such as cancer. Most people can control their symptoms with diet, stress management, and prescribed medications. For some people, however, IBS can be disabling. They may be unable to work, attend social events, or even travel short distances.

Irritable Bowel Syndrome or IBS is the most common gastrointestinal disorder seen by GI Doctors. IBS may affect up to 20 percent of Americans, or 54 million people. IBS appears fairly equally in people of all races, but it tends to affect women more than men, in fact three times as many, however, men may be less likely to report the problem.

The onset of IBS usually begins to occur in late adolescence or in early adult life. It rarely appears for the first time after age 50. For many, the condition is chronic, and symptoms can appear for months, then disappear, then reappear again.

Contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com
Also visit:  http://bunnyvreeland.org/  http://vreelandcollege.org/

Dr. Bunny

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