Author: Kemila

Telling a Little Story About a Story 0

Telling a Little Story About a Story

Carol’s Lives is my second book. It’s the only book that has been turned into an Audiobook so far. In 2019 I intended to do a promo video on it. The book cover designer photographer Silmara Emde was hired to do the work. As Tim and I were travelling in New york to collect some footage, Simara moved the city. We had to schedule for spring 2020 to film it, and then everything went sideway because of the pandemic. Finally, in 2022, my partner, the main character in Carol’s Lives, decided to take up the project. Here we have it, the promo video of the book that was published two years ago.

Roy Hunter on Kemila Zsange's book Many Blessings Will Come 0

Many Blessings Will Come

Over a month ago, my third book was released. It’s been a ride, and I have enjoyed every step of the creation of the book that I can now hold in my hands. I’ve never had a child, but my...

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A Wanderer’s Journey

Randy came to see me specifically for Past Life Regression. One of the things he shared with me prior to the hypnosis part of the session was that he always felt that he was a “wanderer.” It turned out this...

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Being Authentic

Some think being authentic is not telling lies, being good, doing the right things, the good things – the good-girl, good-boy syndrome. We have been programmed to think in those terms. But where does that concept of being a good girl, being a good boy really come from? It may just come from other people who want to keep you in line, who want to keep you doing what they want you to do. It has nothing to do with being authentic. It has something to do with control. It gets ingrained in us over and over again in the early years.

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Needles And Hypnosis

Back in March this year, I walked into My Rest Acupuncture Studio on Main Street at 18th Avenue Vancouver. I was surprised. As beautiful, tranquil, and peaceful as the open room was, it was just, open! A few massage tables quietly bathed in soothing music and restful energy. I asked my collaboration partner Ala Wroblewska R.Ac, SSE, “How does it actually work, with multiple people being treated in the same room?” Ala looked at me, and replied, “Well, you know, in China, where acupuncture treatment started, it has always been this way.”

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Journeys or Destinations

In my childhood, I dreamed that when I grew up, I would marry a train conductor, so I could, in my imagination, travel for free! I shared this dream with my sister and a close friend. The friend said she had a feeling, that in the future more people would be flying to travel. I should aim higher – literally, to become a pilot’s wife rather than a train conductor’s.

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Without Trying to Hypnotize You

Without trying to hypnotize you, I’d like you to stare into the graphic art for a minute or two.

Maybe lots of circles, maybe a depth, maybe confusing, maybe fractured, maybe patterns, or even motion…

It’s a natural thing when you look into such an image and begin to see movement. The brain doesn’t know how to read all the patterns that have been specifically designed, so it starts seeing motions, and many times a motion will draw you into it. Sometimes it’ll feel like it’s coming at you.

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I Dream I Hypnotized Her to Sleep

They say when you start to speak a language in your dreams, you have mastered that language.

Can you imagine my joy when I finally had a dream, in which I was speaking English, in my late teens? English was my favourite subject in high school.

A few days ago, I woke up fully convinced that I had truly mastered the language of hypnotism, because that morning, in my dream, I was doing hypnosis.

Kemila Zsange Hypnotherapy and Counselling 0

The Dilemma of Not Killing

Elenore was 21 years old. “What would you like to explore in the past life regression?” I asked. Elenore was obviously using her bed as the “comfortable place” I had suggested she use to help relax her mind.

Elenore said there was nothing really burning. It was mostly curiosity.

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The Younger Version of Me

Candace looked surprised and a little delighted. I looked down at the printed note again where she had also written, “I have not lived in another country even though I have always wanted to. I never know where I should go…” It made me smile and I jokingly told her I had a feeling I was sitting with a younger version of myself.