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It’s no secret that along with the happy times of the Christmas holidays, we are all guilty of over committing time, over spending, and placing excessive demands on ourselves to make the holiday great. In the end, all of these can lead to causing you stress and anxiety during a time when you should be enjoying peace and joy. But it doesn’t have to be that way, and with the right approach and preparation, you can keep it all in check so this Christmas you’ll be decking the halls, walking in a winter wonderland, and bringing joy to the world…with laughter and fun.

Top 10 ways to keeping stress and anxiety out of your life during the holidays:
1. Plan ahead
Set aside a few days for shopping, and plan your baking day in advance. Plan your meal, and get your grocery shopping done in advance. If you’ve delegated some chores, post the schedule where everyone can see it so the expectations are clear to everyone about when to complete their tasks. Communication is key!
2. Take a breather
Amid all of the chaos, allow yourself some serenity. Quiet time for a bath, to catch up with a girlfriend, or go see a movie. It is your time to do what your really enjoy, and it will mean you come back to the holiday duties more refreshed and with a clear head.
3. Stick to a budget
An avalanche of gift will not buy happiness. In fact, in the end it leaves you with more stress if you’ve racked up bills that you will struggle to pay. Decide beforehand what your budget is for gifts and food, and stick to it! When you know it’s in control, you’ll feel comfortable with your purchases and the bills that will result.
4. Say NO!
Saying no does not make you selfish. The reality is, you can’t please everyone all of the time. It’s ok to say no to the neighbour’s party, or the trip out of town on the weekend to see old friends. You need to be realistic about how much you can do, and take into account time for yourself to relax. if it’s absolutely impossible to say no to something, consider if there are other less important things you can give up in exchange.
5. Accept what you can’t change
There are just some things you can’t change, like family members that just don’t get along. Adult children that can’t make it to Christmas this year. When things start to stress you out, pause to think about whether it can be changed, or if it’s out of your control. If it just can’t be changed, finding acceptance will give you peace . Then focus on something that does bring you joy, like taking family photographs, doing some Christmas baking, or taking a long hot bath.
6. Stop doing things that sap your time and make you more stressed.
Do a gift exchange to cut down on Christmas shopping. Buy a pre-made gingerbread it instead of baking it from scratch. Maybe this year you just plan to buy a centrepiece rather than making it yourself. Shortcuts are OK! Find a few that will free up some time for what you really enjoy doing.
7. Keep active & maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Eat well, exercise, get a good night’s rest and keep the alcohol intake under control. The holidays shouldn’t be an excuse to overindulge in sugary & fatty foods, alcohol, or stopping your fitness routine. In fact you need that more than ever! You’ll feel stronger and more in control if you fuel your body with good rather than junk. And a bad hangover certainly will put a damper on your Christmas cheer! Don’t regret your actions.
8. Be realistic & delegate
When people take on a heavy load of responsibilities, often it can lead to resentment and exhaustion. Ease up your load and be realistic about what you can accomplish. Let go of your need to control everything and turn some tasks over to family members- including the kids! Have them set the table, or do the vacuuming before everyone arrives. If you’re worried about the napkins being set on the wrong side of the plate or someone missing a fork… see #5 below.
9. Don’t try to create a fairytale
Don’t pin your happiness on perfection. The stress that results from your own demands on yourself are in your control! Trying to achieve a Martha Stewart table, and a TV perfect family gathering isn’t reality. Striving to do things well is OK, but don’t expect perfection. The fairytale is in your head, not in everyone else’s. They really aren’t heartbroken if the turkey turned out a little bit dry or there were some lumps in the mashed potatoes.
10. Focus on gratitude
Never underestimate the power of gratitude to bring a feeling of peace to any situation. When you are feeling overwhelmed, stop and think of something you are grateful for. A warm house, a family that is together for another holiday, and food on the table. We all have something to be grateful for, and you probably don’t have to dig very deep to find some.

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Managing Grief During Addiction Recovery

Grief is expected when you lose a loved one. What isn’t always expected is that when you decide to make a positive change in your life and conquer addiction … along with it comes a feeling of loss and grief.  It’s a strange phenomenon. Instead of your mind rewarding you with a feeling of excitement and support for your good decision, you are instead faced with sadness that can sometimes bring you to tears. If you are just starting your road to recovery, you probably are fully relating to what I’m talking about. If you’re not quite started on your journey, listen up because it most certainly should be something you can and should prepare for during addiction recovery.

Chances are your addiction has caused you considerable loss. Perhaps it is your friends, family, finances, or even your morals and values have suffered a blow. Despite the losses, for some reason your mind still envisions your substance or activity of choice as a means to comfort rather than the cause of the destruction. Now that it’s gone, grief has set in. Preparing to recognize, accept and respond to your grief in different facets of your life will greatly contribute to your success, and help to limit the effects.

You’ve just lost a good friend. Your ‘friend’ was your substance or activity of choice, and they are no longer a part of your life.. Expect some sadness, and a feeling of mourning your loss. It is something that you relied upon for comfort or was a means to cope with difficulty. To your mind it was a friend, and you no longer have this friend to lean on for comfort.

Your routine, lifestyle and social circle has disappeared. Many areas of your daily life have likely just changed, and people can be naturally resistant to change. Your after work activities, the people you socialized with on the weekend, or places you used to go may no longer be a part of your new lifestyle. The ‘hobbies’ you may have had or how you ‘blew off steam’ are no longer there for you. There will be a feeling of uncertainty or emptiness until new patterns has been established.

Lack of familiarity with who you are. There may be a feeling of not knowing exactly who you are anymore, or what you even enjoy in life. How do you get pleasure? How do you celebrate achievements or special events? What do you enjoy doing in your spare time? Your personal identity has suffered a blow, and until it is redefined you may experience a loss of your sense of self.

Losses resulting from your addiction. As your new sober reality sets in, it may come to light that due to addiction you have lost some things that you once loved. It may be your family, connection to your children, your job, financial security, or your health. These are all harsh discoveries to the newly sober addict, and rightfully so, there will be sadness when you take inventory on your losses due to addiction.

So, what now? Will the sadness ever go away? The good news is, absolutely! But just like any grieving process, you will need to accept the changes and work through the pain.  New patterns, hobbies, and friendships will be formed over time. Expecting some grief, and proactively working through the grieving process in a healthy way will help to solidify your long term recovery goals. Having a counsellor or support person trained to providing techniques to minimize the pain and move towards recovery will be a great help.

My world class “Recovery In The Now” Addiction Treatment Program offers support and coaching from the comfort of your home via phone, skype, and email. You don’t need to ‘white knuckle’ it alone through your recovery. If you or someone you know is suffering from addiction, please reach out.

Warren Broad
Creator of the Recovery In The Now Program for Addiction Recovery

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Speculations are circulating the Duchess of Cambridge, who just gave birth, controlled her labor pains by using what is termed a ‘hypno-birth,’ without the help of drugs.

These rumors are unconfirmed as a royal spokeswoman declined to either confirm or to deny the rumor, according to several sources including the Daily Mail.

The British magazine Grazia reported that .Kate Middleton turned to hypnosis to help ease the pain of childbirth, and the press quickly jumped on the story. The original article claimed that an ‘unnamed source’ had told the media that,

”Kate has researched various birthing methods. She wants it to be natural so hypno-birthing is one option that appealed and she has been reading up on it and listening to CDs to get into the right frame of mind. “

With the royal birth having happened, the rumor has created quite a lot of buzz on pregnancy-related blogs and news sites, including the International Business Times.

It is well documented that hypnosis can indeed help to reduce and help control pain without the use of drugs.

Many sources also reported that Kate had used hypnosis to help with the morning sickness that has plagued her throughout her pregnancy, morning sickness so acute that she has been hospitalized on occasion.

Rumors surrounding the labor and delivery have been circulating throughout the pregnancy, and this is not the first time hypnosis has been brought up. Unnamed sources, in May, told Now magazine that the duchess is “very excited” about the idea of hypnobirth”. Despite the rumors, the Daily Mail reports that a royal spokeswoman declined to confirm or deny the claims.

With so many people looking for alternatives to prescription narcotics, it is no wonder that hypnosis and hypnotherapy are at the forefront of those conversations. The proven effectiveness of Hypnosis has been used by millions of people around the world who suffer from chronic pain, or who are looking for a way to have a more natural birth. As an Author, public speaker, clinical hypnotherapist, honors addictions coach, and friend. Warren Broad also teaches women how to manage the labor and delivery process. Warren Broad not only has the clinical experience and professional expertise to help you take control of your life but he can teach you proven techniques that will change your life.

With his innovative and groundbreaking approaches, Warren has helped countless individuals with a wide range of struggles, turn their lives around and overcome their obstacles. He teaches individuals how they can take control of their lives and live up to their full potential. Warren can help you with a number of issues

  • Hypnotherapy
  • Learning To Meditate
  • Counselling
  • Personal Counselling
  • Online Counselling
  • Addiction Therapy
  • Sex Addiction
  • Drug Addiction
  • Alcohol Abuse

If you or someone you know is looking for alternative solutions in life and counselling, Warren Broad is ready to help you reach out now.

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Social media sites like Twitter and Facebook have been working over-time as fans express their grief over the announcement, that ‘Glee’ Star Cory Monteith, was found dead in his Canadian hotel room. The All-American boy who always had a smile, was beloved by millions of fans world-wide. As, fans everywhere mourn, speculations mount surrounding addiction and recovery..

Cory Monteith, the 31-year-old actor best known for his role as Finn Hudson on Fox’s hit show Glee, was found dead Saturday afternoon on the 21st floor of the Fairmont Pacific Rim Hotel in downtown Vancouver, the city’s police department confirmed Saturday night.

The British Columbia Coroners Service revealed Tuesday that Monteith died of a mixed-drug toxicity involving heroin and alcohol. The investigation into his death is continuing and no other details are available at this time.

In the report, the British Columbia Coroners Service adds, “It should be noted that at this point there is no evidence to suggest Mr. Monteith’s death was anything other than a most-tragic accident.”

Earlier sources said that the toxicology results could take several days. Yet, the results were expedited because of the extreme public interest in the case. After the tragic news was announced, members of his Glee show family expressed their condolences. A rep for his on-screen and off-screen love, Lea Michele, asked for privacy during this “devastating” time.

The “Glee” actor voluntarily entered rehab for the second time in March to make steps toward recovery. He previously discussed battling substance abuse and addiction in his teens, telling Parade magazine in a 2011 interview he had a “serious drug problem.”

If you or someone you know, suffers with substance abuse and addiction, please don’t hesitate- get help now! Warren Broad offers group and one on one counseling to help individuals overcome their addictions, or compulsive behaviors. You can email him directly at or go to his website at or contact your nearest support network.

Millions of people around the world suffer from addiction, usually in silence. Tragedy knows no boundaries and can affect any, just as the family, friends and fans of Cory Monteith, can now testify. There is no need for this kind of tragedy to continue when help is just a phone call away. As an Author, public speaker, clinical hypnotherapist and honors addictions coach, Warren Broad is truly dedicated to helping others, break the bonds of addiction. Warren Broad not only has the clinical experience and professional expertise to help you take control of your life, he can teach you proven techniques, that will change your life.

With his innovative and groundbreaking approaches, Warren has helped countless individuals with a wide range of struggles, he helps turn their lives around and overcome their obstacles.He empowers them so they can take control of their lives and live up to their full potential. Warren will help you with a number of issues including;

  • Counseling
  • Online Counseling
  • Addiction Therapy
  • Sex Addiction
  • Drug Addiction
  • Alcohol Abuse
  • Hypnotherapy
  • Learning To Meditate
  • Life coaching and dreambuilding

If you or someone you know is suffering from addiction, or needs to get clarity on the direction of their life, Warren Broad is ready to help you. Email

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What exactly is sex addiction? It’s not what most people think of, and quite simply it is the use of sex or pornography to address non-sexual emotional needs. It can be best described as a progressive intimacy disorder characterized by compulsive sexual thoughts and acts. Numerous people from many different cultures struggle with this condition which not only has a negative impact on the addict but also on family members which only increases as the disorder progresses. Over time, the addict usually has to intensify the addictive behavior to achieve the same results. If the following situation sounds familiar to you or someone close to you then you are not alone:

Constant preoccupation with sexual fantasies which interferes with daily routine.
Your desire or drive to have sex, view pornography on the Internet or buy porn videos and magazines is so strong that you find yourself willing to relinquish your prime responsibilities and obligations.
As a result, you may be in financial debt and maybe out of a job and yet, you still continue to engage in sexual behavior that you know is risky.

  • A dependence on sexually explicit material in order to become aroused and/or to reach orgasm.
  • Experiencing intense mood shifts due to shame and despair.
  • Excessive and compulsive masturbation (3-25 times per day or week).


A basic approach in recognizing any addictive behavior is to assess whether it is creating overwhelming trouble in your life and yet you still choose to return to it despite the problem.

If your sexual behavior is draining your time and energy and it causes you to compromise the values and beliefs that you hold dear then there is likely a problem. If you are acting out sexually and your behavior has resulted in psychological and/or physical complications, job loss and financial problems, relationships being strained or broken or more severe consequences such as being involved in litigations over inappropriate and illegal behaviors then you are most likely a sex addict.

A common misconception among sex addicts is that the problem will go away on its own and they will often say to themselves, “This is my only opportunity… I will never get a chance like this again…this is the last time that I am going to…” but experience and research shows that they will return to the same sexual situations, in spite of previous promises to change if they do not seek professional help.


One way to understand why a person is addicted to sex is to look at other types of addiction such as drugs and alcohol. Someone who is addicted to alcohol or drugs uses these substances to change his/her moods; in other words, the addict tries to numb emotional pain. The addiction becomes more important than family, friends and work.

Eventually, the individuals reach a point where, in order to feel normal, they must have the drug or alcohol. Sex addiction is very similar to the above dynamic in that addicts use sexual behaviors to “medicate” or numb their feelings (such as fear, anxiety or anger) to the degree that their sexual acting out becomes their primary way of coping with emotional stress.


The essence of all addictions is the addicts feelings of powerlessness over a compulsive behavior which results in their lives becoming unmanageable. The addict is out of control and experiences tremendous shame, pain and self-loathing. One of the traits of sex addiction is that it is progressive in nature. These habitual behaviors increase in frequency and variety which can result in extreme consequences.

The sex addict does not necessarily need to have sex with an individual in order to be addicted. Pornography or cyber-sex addictions are types of sexual addiction in which the individual, more often than not, masturbates to pornographic images or videos on the Internet. This compulsive behavior leads to investing an increasing amount of time in downloading images, creating files and exchanging sexual information with others via chat rooms and creates a fantasy world in which the sex addict spends most of his time.

The Internet provides exactly what an addict seeks: material to fuel his insatiable sexual desires and secretly feed his fantasy in an isolated environment with an endless variety that is available not only at a touch of a button but also at any time of the day. As a result, the individual’s emotional pain and stress are numbed by these fantasies and rituals dozens, if not, hundreds of times before having true intimacy (and/or sex) with a real person.

The sex addicts who use the Internet experience a fast progression of their addiction. An excessive amount of time is spent in front of the computer which leads to greater risks, increasing one’s chances of getting caught. This is the reason why porn addiction has been appropriately deemed the “crack cocaine” of sex addiction.

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Addiction is a chronic but treatable disorder in which people lose the ability to control their need for substance and behavior due to changes in the body & brain caused by their addictions.

Having access to a counsellor will definately help giving you someone with whom you can speak to and sponsor you as a peer. It will help you to talk openly about stressing issues, addictive desires and allow you to understand how to go about changing the behaviors in your life that you want altered. Counselling & Therapy is a form of open conversation between a client and a trained professional that can address not only the current issues at hand, but help you cope with past issues that may have had negative effects leading to drug or alcohol abuse. Working with me as your online addiction counselling is a confidential, easy and anonymous way for you to reach out and get the help you want.


People may become physically and/or psychologically dependent on substances and may require help in removing these addictions from ones life. Some of the following are just a few of the addictive sources that plague us:

  • Nicotine
  • Cocaine
  • Heroin
  • Methamphetamine
  • Marijuana
  • Painkillers
  • Oxycodone

Working hand in hand with Warren can help you free your life of harmful addictions.

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Handling an alcohol abuse problem, before it becomes a tragedy for your family or friends, is vitally important.

Alcohol is deadly! It will wipe out any hopes and dreams that you might have otherwise had. The hope lies in understanding what is wrong with you. You must get to the root of the problem. Alcohol is only part of the problem, understanding what goes on in your mind and mental dialogue is essential to beating the bottle.

Most addicted people must come to a point in their life where they are forced to make a choice. That point is different for everyone. Some people don’t have to go as far as others. How far are you willing to let yourself go?

Traditional approaches alone do not necessarily end damaging addictions or compulsive behaviors. I will serve as your sponsor and someone who will support you in your recovery. My approach is unique and works! We all need someone in our corner. Someone who will be there through thick and thin. Someone who knows addiction and has lived it. Counseling & Therapy sessions can be in person, on the phone or online.

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Welcome to the world of Hypnotherapy

Helping Better Your Life
Hypnotherapy can help you come to terms with fear and anxiety, quit smoking and lose weight, as well as numerous other problems or issues. What people need to understand is that the foundation for Hypnosis works with desire. The stronger your desire the better hypnosis works. No hypnotherapist can “make” you do anything that is against your core values or beliefs.

With the use of hypnotic suggestions, anything you can picture in your mind can become your reality. Take that plane ride, enjoy crowds, walk by a rottweiler, or conquer almost any phobia. From anxiety and weight loss, depression, grief, marriage counseling, anxiety, and divorce recovery.  Athletes have been using hypnosis and visualization for many years to be the best they can be. Combined with counselling, the effects can be staggering.

Hypnotherapy For Weight Loss.
This is an area that truly provides me with some of the greatest feelings of accomplishment. When I get to see and hear about my clients loosing weight steadily and in a healthy manner. Averaging 3 to 7 lbs per week! Feeling empowered and happy, these reports make my day!

Obesity is a huge problem in North America. Combinations of lifestyle and diet are often the result of simply not feeling like one has control over their time and their decisions. In my weight loss approach we will change that outlook. Your first session is about control. Control is the key to weight loss. When you feel in control and aligned with your goals, making improper decisions begins to disappear. Instead of laziness or routine or your “mind” making decisions, your sense of control comes to the forefront. Instead of junk food, an apple, or a glass of water, will begin to make more sense. This is because when you feel in control and are aligned with your goals it simply does not make sense to choose otherwise.

Your second session is about desire to exercise. Exercise obviously is key to any proper weight loss program. For you to loss weight in a healthy manner exercise is how that is done. In your second session we go back in time in your mind to a time when you had a wonderful workout. We relive the wonderful feelings of accomplishment, pride, and endorphin production that occurred during that workout. By bringing this feeling to the forefront we can anchor it into your current life. You will begin to crave this feeling more and more. My weight loss program is about lifestyle change. Working out and being fit is what will help you loss the weight, and equally important; keep it off!

Your third and fourth sessions involve increasing your metabolism and a combination session that brings it all together. Your mind controls your metabolism and it can be increased. By taking you to a place in your mind that controls this function we allow you to increase the rate at which you digest, and unblock any part of your subconscious that is slowing that process down.

Occasionally there are times when during this process we may uncover deeper issues that are part of the reason for a individuals weight problems. This is when having a highly trained professional is most useful. Together we will work through those issues, and allow you to finally achieve the goals that you may have had for years but were unable to achieve. Possibly due to a deep underlying emotional issue. As your coach, therapist and friend we will get to the root of that problem together. Here is another bonus of having a counsellor who is not limited by location. If you purchase one of my home hypnosis programs you can always contact me via, email, phone, or by video conference. You do not need to be in my office to get the one on one support you may require.

Who Is Hypnotherapy For?
Although hypnosis may have the potential to help with a wide variety of conditions, it’s typically used as one part of a treatment plan rather than as a stand-alone therapy. Like any other therapy, hypnosis seems to work best when you’re highly motivated and your therapist is well trained.

Hypnotherapy Is Used To:

  • Lose Weight
  • Quit Smoking
  • Overcome addictions
  • Achieve pain relief
  • Lower blood pressure
  • Improve sleep patterns
  • Overcome depression
  • Reduce stress and anxiety

Past Life Regression

A term clouded in myth and half truths.
Past life regression is a new age term for a type of hypnosis that takes you, the client into your memories. In hypnosis I will lead you to a part of your mind that holds memories that may or may not be linked to your personal life. I do not apply any judgment to your experience. Whether you believe that these memories are actually of a past life or just an interesting fun experience lies completely with you. I do believe in Carl Jung’s belief that we all have a “collective unconscious”. Meaning our minds hold a treasure trove of memories and experiences. This is the place I take you to, in order to find out fun and exciting things about your memory.

How Hypnotherapy Works
Hypnosis is a state characterized by extreme suggestibility, relaxation and heightened imagination. In reality, it is more like daydreaming, or the feeling of “losing yourself” in a good book or movie. You are fully conscious, but you tune out most of the stimuli around you. You focus intently on the subject at hand, to the near exclusion of any other thought.

In the everyday “trance” of a daydream or movie, an imaginary world seems somewhat real to you, in the sense that it fully engages your emotions. Imaginary events can cause real fear, sadness or happiness, and you may even jolt in your seat if you are surprised by something (a monster leaping from the shadows, for example). Some researchers categorize all such trances as forms of self-hypnosis. Milton Erickson, the premier hypnotism expert of the 20th century, contended that people hypnotize themselves on a daily basis.

In conventional hypnosis, you approach the suggestions of the hypnotherapist, or your own ideas, as if they were reality. If the therapist suggests that you are drinking a chocolate milkshake, you’ll taste the milkshake and feel it cooling your mouth and throat. If the therapist suggests that you are happy, you may feel excited or start to smile. But the entire time, you are aware that it’s all imaginary. Essentially, you’re “playing pretend” on an intense level, just as children often do.

In this special mental state, people tend to feel uninhibited and relaxed. This is because they tune out the worries and doubts that normally keep their actions in check. You might experience the same feeling while watching a movie: As you immerse yourself in the plot, worries about your job, family, etc. fade away, until all you’re thinking about is what’s up on the screen.

In this state, you are also highly suggestible. That is, when the therapist tells you do something, you’ll probably embrace the idea completely. This is what makes stage hypnotist shows so entertaining. Normally reserved, sensible adults are suddenly walking around the stage clucking like chickens or singing at the top of their lungs. Fear of embarrassment seems to fly out the window. The subject’s sense of safety and morality remain entrenched throughout the experience, however. A hypnotist can’t get you to do anything you don’t want to do.

Simply stated, hypnosis is nothing more than a way to access a person’s subconscious mind directly. Normally, you are only aware of the thought processes in your conscious mind. You consciously think over the problems that are right in front of you, consciously choose words as you speak, consciously try to remember where you left your car in the parking lot.

But in doing all these things, your conscious mind is working hand-in-hand with your subconscious mind, the unconscious part of your mind that does your “behind the scenes” thinking. Your subconscious mind accesses the vast reservoir of information that lets you solve problems, construct sentences or locate your automobile. It puts together plans and ideas and runs them by your conscious mind. When a new idea comes to you out of the blue, it’s because you already thought through the process unconsciously.

Your subconscious also takes care of all the stuff you do automatically. You don’t actively work through the steps of breathing minute to minute — your subconscious mind does that. You don’t think through every little thing you do while driving a car — a lot of the small stuff is thought out in your subconscious mind. Your subconscious also processes the physical information your body receives.

In short, your subconscious mind is the real brains behind the operation — it does most of your thinking, and it decides a lot of what you do. When you’re awake, your conscious mind works to evaluate a lot of these thoughts, make decisions and put certain ideas into action. It also processes new information and relays it to the subconscious mind. But when you’re asleep, the conscious mind gets out of the way, and your subconscious has free reign.

The deep relaxation and focusing exercises of hypnotism work to calm and subdue the conscious mind so that it takes a less active role in your thinking process. In this state, you’re still aware of what’s going on, but your conscious mind takes a backseat to your subconscious mind. Effectively, this allows you and the hypnotist to work directly with the subconscious. It’s as if the hypnotism process pops open a control panel inside your brain.

The subconscious regulates your bodily sensations, such as taste, touch and sight, as well as your emotional feelings. When the access door is open, and the hypnotist can speak to your subconscious directly, he or she can trigger all these feelings, so you experience the taste of a chocolate milkshake, the satisfaction of contentment and any number of other feelings.

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