To help nurture inner peace and personal growth through guided meditation or hypnotherapy.
"Hypnosis: The Most Effective Treatment You Have Yet to Prescribe"
"When the technique of hypnosis is properly illuminated, they will benefit from less pain, anxiety, insomnia, habits such as smoking...This is a call to action for broader use of hypnosis..."
--Jessie Kittle, MD
--David Spiegel, MD
The American Journal of Medicine, Nov 7, 2020
Sara Lazar, a neuroscientist and assistant professor at Harvard Medical School has documented that meditation can change the brain's gray matter and brain regions linked with memory, sense of self, and regulation of emotions.
--The Harvard Gazette 04-17-2018
Research has proven that mindfulness meditation can improve both mental and physical health.
--American Psychological Association, 10-30-2019
Neuroscience reveals that contemplative practices that extend back thousands of years show a multitude of benefits for both body and mind.
--Scientific American Mind, 11-2014
Rachel Baugh is a native Alabamian raised on the beautiful Gulf Coast. She has been a Certified Master Hypnotherapist [CMHt] for 18 years and was personally educated and trained by Jacqueline V. Reed, CMHt and Certified Instructor at the American Academy of Hypnosis in Las Vegas. Rachel opened her private practice in Mobile in 2003 and has successfully helped over 2,000 clients create amazing change in their lives. Guided Meditation has taken a larger focus for the last few years, teaching cognitive self-control and empowerment.
Simply put, meditation is a highly focused state of mind. It is the practice of controlling the perpetual flow of thought and helps with the development of selective thinking. It creates a deeper sense of self awareness and can generate feelings of acceptance and positivity in your daily life. It is an answer for elevating your sense of self. The more you practice, the more dramatic the results.
The benefits of meditation are abundant. It is an ancient tradition used to create inner harmony and joy. You can create awareness and learn to be at peace with your life and the changing world around you. As meditation grows in popularity in America, it is important to find a practice that meets your needs.
Hypnotherapy creates a state of focused attention and increased suggestibility, whereas the therapist will prescribe behaviors and offer new ideas that can create the change desired by the client. Hypnosis is a natural state of awareness that most people cycle through every day, and it is the exact process by which we learn everyday. It allows for improved motivation and better decision making to help you reach desired goals, control your own thoughts, and therefore control your own behavior. In more critical situations it is complementary to psychotherapy, and/or medicine. Hypnosis was approved by the American Medical Association in 1958 as avaluable and effective therapy, and there have been many articles published about it in the American Journal of Medicine.