I Can’t Relax—Will Hypnosis Work for Me?

by Rachel Cook You might be wondering if hypnosis will work for you… after all, you’re one of those people who can’t relax. Maybe you’ve tried meditation, and it just makes you crazy because you cannot stop the thoughts. Here’s the good news… hypnosis doesn’t require you to relax. If you’ve ever seen a stage…

You Are Not Broken

By Lynsi Eastburn, MA, BCH, CI Originally Published in the NGH HypnoGram Periodical (2015), also published in It’s Conceivable! Hypnosis for Fertility 2nd edition   Infertility is a heartbreaking issue that, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), affects approximately six percent of married women (15–44 years of age) in the United…

Balancing Biology and Destiny

Hypnosis to Enhance Fertility By Lynsi Eastburn, MA, BCH   Anxiety has become one of the top presenting issues in hypnotherapy practices today. Our fast-paced society with its rapidly evolving technology, demanding workdays, incessant traffic, endless obligations, political crises—and just an overall busy-ness—bombards us with noise, erodes our peace, poisons our flow. Overwhelming at best,…

Subconscious Contributors to Infertility—The Cycle of Violence

by Lynsi Eastburn There are many contributors to the fertility struggle—some known, or obvious; some unknown, perhaps lurking beneath the surface. Hypnosis is well-known for its efficacy in uncovering and removing subconscious blocks. This is what makes it so valuable in dealing with infertility—unexplained infertility, in particular. There are many subconscious blocks that can interfere…

Damage Control

[Excerpt from 3 Keys to Conception—Pregnancy Against All Odds, by Lynsi Eastburn]   “No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.”  —Eleanor Roosevelt   I often talk about damage control and I have recently decided to focus my entire talk on that aspect of HypnoFertility® at an event for hypnotherapists to whom I’ve…

The Cheese Stands Alone

[Excerpt from It’s Conceivable!—Hypnosis for Fertility, 2nd Edition by Lynsi Eastburn] The Farmer in the Dell is an old German nursery rhyme that dates back to the early 19th century. It is an often-played children’s game where a group of children form a circle and sing an ongoing song. The song, verse by verse, details…