Category Archives: hypnosis

I Predict You’ll Read This Article!

Some weeks, the topics for Faithful Families Ministries roll off the top of my head.  Sometimes I write two or three ideas down and save them for times when I need a direction for an article.  This week, there was no such … Continue reading

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Hypnosis and Christian Counseling: Part 2

If the last article on hypnosis didn’t put you to sleep, let’s dig right in to this week’s second and final look at the subject.  We’ll look at the arguments made last week for the acceptance of hypnosis in society, … Continue reading

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Hypnosis and Christian Counseling: Part 1

                      The term, hypnosis, was derived from Greek mythology. The god of sleep was called hypnos.  Hypnosis is used in a variety of counseling, including Christian counseling.  Those who are proponents of hypnosis say it’s nearly impossible to treat … Continue reading

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