Author: James Tigert

Hypnosis to Quit Alcohol Abuse

I get phone calls on a weekly basis from people who want to reduce alcohol consumption or quit drinking altogether. I can often hear the curiosity in their voices and sometimes, desperation. The fact is, hypnosis has been effective in helping people quit or change a number of habits, and alcohol use is definitely included. Read More …

Failure is Good

Failure, or regression as I prefer to call it, is good. That may sound counter-intuitive or contradict something you may have learned or even experienced during your life. In fact, you may even feel some aversion to what I’ve said so far, but wait, there’s more! ūüôā¬† Failure is a great teacher It’s true, we Read More …

Just A Quick Update

I thought I’d just take a moment to provide¬† a quick update, since it’s been a while since I’ve posted anything.¬† Things have been busy here in Texas! I mean, really busy. That said, here’s a short list of what’s coming: I am in the process of writing a series of eBooks, intended to help Read More …

Can Hypnosis Help Children?

I get this question quite often and the answer is yes. Children respond quite well to hypnosis and can benefit from it as a form of adjunctive therapy. I have seen children for a number of issues, to include:¬† Depression Anxiety Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) & Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Read More …

America The Beautiful

O beautiful for spacious skies,For amber waves of grain,For purple mountain majestiesAbove the fruited plain!America! America!God shed His grace on theeAnd crown thy good with brotherhoodFrom sea to shining sea!O beautiful for pilgrim feet,Whose stern, impassioned stressA thoroughfare for freedom beatAcross the wilderness!America! America!God mend thine every flaw,Confirm thy soul in self-control,Thy liberty in law!O Read More …

What Is Happiness?

Happiness is ________________?¬†What is happiness, exactly? I think that sometimes we tend to think or believe it to be something it’s really¬†not;¬†that perhaps to feel happy, we must be laughing or in some state of bliss. I get the impression that a lot of people are missing out on what happy is because they’ve misunderstood Read More …