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Sunday, August 26, 2007

The brain and hypnosis

The brain is silent, the brain is dark, the brain tastes nothing, the brain hears nothing.
All it receives are electrical impulses.
It changes a little bit every time you see an image or hear a sound or feel a surface or taste a flavor or walk a new ground.
Everything you sense changes your brain.
The neurons do not act as computer memory sites.
No cell holds a picture of your lover or the smell of jasmine.
You can pull out any cell in your brain and your mind will not change.
What counts is the wires between the cells.
They call them synapses or neuronal connections.
And if you have the power to control your brain you have the power to control your emotions, your behaviors, yourself.
That is why it can be very interesting to learn hypnosis and its secrets.
To have the power to heal all your fears, to control another person's thoughts, to change your own thought patterns.
It looks magic, but it is science.
The brain is silent, the brain is dark, the brain tastes nothing, the brain hears nothing, but if you are able to communicate with it, you will have full control over yourself.

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