Strengthen Your Immune System with Hypnosis
Your thoughts and feelings are directly connected to your physical health. Learn to use hypnosis and the power of your mind for healing and staying healthy.
Research has shown that when a person spends 5 minutes thinking about an incident that made them angry and upset, their immune system was depressed for 7 hours.
Likewise, when they spent 5 minutes with feelings of compassion and care, their immune system was enhanced for 7 hours.
Creating a healthy mind is so important for the health of the entire body.
Psycho-Immuno-Neurology–The Science of Mind Controlling the Immune System
Louis Pasteur (1822-1895), the noted French chemist and bacteriologist, helped develop the germ theory that there is a specific pathogen, bacteria or virus for every disease. These pathogens could explain all illness. By the end of his life, Pasteur had changed some of his views that an outside “agent” was responsible for all disease and illness. He was now convinced that “internal causes” were just as important, if not more important than the external causes. How people handle stress, cope with problems, and deal with adversity in their life and environment – their reaction to stress – is more of a factor than the pathogen. At the time of his death, he remarked, “The microbe is nothing, the soil is everything.”
Your ability to control emotions, handle frustrations and deal with adversity is a huge factor in your immune system. Respond to setbacks with hope and resiliency – not anger and hopelessness.
Your Thoughts, Feelings and Emotions Can Either Strengthen or Weaken Your Immune System
The mind turns thoughts and attitudes into chemical messengers (hormones, pheromones, neurotransmitters, etc.). Your thoughts literally become flesh – depressing thoughts will send chemicals throughout your body that make you feel sleepy, tired, apathetic, sore. On the other hand, positive thoughts and feelings of love, beauty, and compassion will cause the mind to send chemical messengers of peace, joy, and satisfaction.
If you want to read more about it, there is an interesting book on this subject, called “Who Gets Sick?” by Blair Justice.