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Archive for December, 2010

Alopecia Areata – the trigger ‘loss’

Thursday, December 30th, 2010

My personal and professional understanding and experience of working, with myself and others, to cure Alopecia Areata is that the sufferer of this horrible condition has had a shock, trauma or crisis in their life which involved some kind of ‘loss’

The ‘loss’ can be complex, not simply the awful loss of a loved one, but also, for example, the ‘loss’ of a sense of self, or the loss of a part of our identity.

 So often when we experience an emotional and psychological shock, or trauma, or crisis we unconsciously freeze time in an attempt to protect ourselves from the potential of the next moment becoming worse. Even though that next moment in time maybe did become worse, a part of our persona can remain ‘stuck’ or ‘frozen’ in that protective moment. The ‘stuck’ part of us does not move forward in time, does not ‘grow’, and does not grow any older. We do not of course consciously choose or decide to freeze that moment, as I said this is an unconscious protective mechanism.

But, as we know these kinds of protective mechanism, although at the time of trauma have great wisdom, can and do become a kind of emotional and psychological ‘prison’.

Here is a simple example to explain what I mean. Have you heard those kinds of stories when someone says: “The last thing I remember seeing was a child running out into the road, I know that the car hit the child, but I don’t remember seeing it happen.”

In this very sad and simple example the mind ‘froze’ the moment when the child was still running out into the road. A terrifying moment, but the mind is attempting to keep the child alive. The mind is protecting itself from the next worse moment when the car hits the child.

 I will be talking more about this later, but for now, when we are psychologically and emotionally in a protective state; corresponding communities of cells in our body will go into a rest state, or protective state.  Growth and protective states for the communities of cells in our body are mutually incompatible.  So during this protective state there is no growth. Our hair follicles do not grow.

 (References: Dr Ernest Rossi, Professor Bruce Lipton)

What causes Alopecia Areata?

Tuesday, December 21st, 2010

I developed my Course – You Can Grow Your Own Hair after working for many years with people who had symptoms such as depression or anxiety, who also had Alopecia – and my work helped them to grow their hair back.

 I personally suffered alopecia Areata about eight years ago. This was horrific for me. I choose not to take medication but to work with my own strategies. My hair grew back, it is lush, and there has been no recurrence of loss. Since then other alopecia sufferers have successfully trialled my course, so I know that it works! 

 What causes alopecia?

 Basically alopecia sufferers will have experienced some kind of stress, shock, loss or crisis in their life. During this time in their life a ‘cocktail’ of stress response chemicals will be released into the blood stream and hair follicles will go into a resting phase or protective phase. This period can then last for up to three months or more, even though the stress or crisis may be over. Hair continues to drop out naturally during these three months or so, but there is no new growth. Growth and protective states in any communities of cells in our body are mutually incompatible. So, now there is added stress – and the chemical stress response will continue its cycle into the blood stream, as we become stressed by thinning hair. A vicious circle!

 My course You Can Grow Your Own Hair – is comprehensive – it assists the deeper levels of the unconscious mind to accept that the crisis or shock is over now. (There is a part of the mind that gets ‘stuck’ or frozen in the time of the shock or crisis). All that this part of mind deeply needs to know is: time has moved on. My course never ever takes a person ‘back’ to the shock.

Male Baldness and how to come to terms with it

Friday, December 17th, 2010

Male pattern Androgenetic baldness is a different condition to Alopecia. Partly this is due to how our society has developed over thousands of years. Males no longer need hair for camouflage or to go out hunting. So, simplistically the brain and body no longer need to maintain hair growth in males.

It is an incorrect belief that we human have needed hair on our heads to keep warm.  Also, hair follicles need certain male sex hormones for growth.  Understandably men can have problems with their self confidence as potent, attractive men when hair loss occurs.  It seems that men like Bruce Willis, who I do find very attractive, do not have issues with self confidence as a sexy man. If, Bruce does have a problem he is more than welcome to my course – Gain Self Esteem and Self Confidence – develop inner strength.

 Male baldness case studies

1. Case study of 20 year old man with cancer

 A young man in his mid 20’s had cancer and was undergoing Chemotherapy. Apart from his illness, as you can imagine, he was down, had no self esteem and his loss of hair was a huge and frightening problem.  He and I had a session of hypnotherapy and after an hour and a half he felt really energised.  He no longer felt his future clouded by the dark hopeless gloom of a sick man with no hair. He felt a sudden deep inner sense of determination. He was upbeat and at the same time calm. All of this enabled him to change his stressed thoughts and feelings to being positive and also really motivated to get well. And because he was able to change his stress responses, which can and does maintain hair follicles in a resting phase, when there is no new hair growth, his hair grew back remarkably quickly.

 He listened to my CD’s to build his self esteem, as he realised that through his life he hardly ever respected himself, being a perfectionist he continuously condemned himself, feeling whatever he did was never good enough.

His new self esteem and self confidence assisted his recovery to full health. And with a full head of thick dark brown hair, the following year he married his sweetheart.

2. Case study of 60 year old man with natural hair loss

 A man in his early sixties, came to see me, he had had one of the harshest childhoods I’ve ever heard about.  He ran away and joined the forces when he was sixteen. He became a paramedic in the Navy. He developed his strength, and I so respect him because he developed a kind and caring nature. He was successful. And then the shock of the beginnings of the loss of his hair almost brought him ‘to his knees’ He felt he had lost his potency, effectiveness and vigour. Since he had been age 16 he had always seen himself as a kind of Warrior. A good and righteous warrior.

 He let me know that he loved listening to my CD’s to restore and rebuild his own confidence in the strength and vitality of his manhood. My CD’s were able to restore what he needed, not his hair, but his inner confidence in his own strengths and abilities, his own self worth.


Wednesday, December 8th, 2010

Well before Christmas Day – if you think there might be a problem with step families, Ex Husband’s partner, or members of the family who do not get along.  I am sad to say that you are probably the only person who is going to able to do something to make the day happy, or harmonious. I’m glad to say that if you do take this challenge on and follow my ‘Top Tips’ you will be so pleased with yourself and happy. What a great achievement for you to accomplish harmony at Christmas when there could have been the horror of conflicts and disputes.

 My Top Tips:

  • First: You need to decide to take on the task on making Christmas Day to be happy, or harmonious.
  • Having made this decision you need to set a Goal. Writing down goals is very useful.
  • Write down, in your own words, the positive outcome for Christmas Day. Something like: The day will be harmonious between me – and ‘that person’ or ‘those people’
  • Never write a goal in the negative for example: There will be no fighting and fall outs on Christmas Day. Your brain will begin to access every imaginable states of fighting and fall out, and low and behold it will more than likely happen!
  • Having spent some time really refining your own goal for harmony on Christmas day. Make a list of the people, how ever many. It might be just you and one other, or a number of people.
  • In your list, no matter how it may gall you to do this, take one person at a time from you list, and tell yourself: They are difficult to relate to because they have had some difficulties. No matter how obnoxious or tricky their behaviour may have been in the past, the truth is a person is only difficult in their behaviour because they have suffered, or believe they have suffered. So, for this work to create harmony on Christmas Day, your goal is to just accept they have suffered.
  •  Then, and again I’m sad to say, it is you who has to be the strong one here, even though you may have had past grievances, ask yourself: What do each of these people need, or need to know so that for this one special day they can have harmony?
  • Examples: A step child, you may discover would like you to just ‘leave them alone’. The secret is when we realise a person needs to be just left alone we need to have a congruently calm mind about doing this. Our mind must not be chuntering in the back ground as we smile and ‘leave them alone’. They will know that we are chuntering away quietly which will lead eventually to disharmony. Maybe the Ex Husband’s new partner would like to be admired. You may hate her outfit but you can find something to admire about her!
  • Go through your list a number of times, realise that as you do this you can do it with good grace, because trust me these kinds of strategies will strengthen you in your thoughts and in your mind, and you will feel strong and calm.
  • As you go through your list parts of you may object, for example to admiring the ex husband’s partner. So let these parts of you object, and then negotiate with these parts of yourself that what you want to achieve for the day is your goal, Harmony at Christmas.
  • All this can be done believe me. It will take a little effort from you. So you need to get writing your goal and your lists – Now!
  • By the way – as soon as you get focused on doing this you will have some amazing dreams whilst you’re asleep, with some great solutions and ideas. How great is that!
  • Last of all when you know what everyone needs, when you know you can do this for every one, you can begin to imagine all the people having a peaceful day together…… And You achieved that…… congratulations!

 Peace on Earth…..

How Corrie Star Copes With Christmas

Tuesday, December 7th, 2010

This is a current article in Womens Magazine (6/12/10 edition) where Sally talks to Corrie’s Sue Cleaver about her own complex family set up and how to bring happiness and harmony to on Christmas Day

womans weekly sally stubbs article