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December 31, 2011 5:48 PM | Tagged as Hypnosis Illinois, Hypnotherapy, hypnotism, hypnotist, Jan 4th World Hypnotism Day, NGH

Listen on your radio (7 AM CST) 01/03/2012 as Amie Meneghetti interviews Sharron Magyar, CH, CI, owner of Golden Heart Hypnosis. We will talk about hypnosis and World Hypnotism Day. Listen live Cool 101.9, Springfield, Illinois and call in your questions. Win a free hypnosis session to help you acomplish your new years resolution!

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February 2, 2011 1:08 PM

By smagyar | Published October 27, 2010

Wisdom comes without thinking, straight from the heart

Wisdom is a man who isn’t afraid to ask

Wisdom is a child who knows without asking


Wisdom is bending your knee and serving mankind

Wisdom is following your heart, even if it hurts

Wisdom is patience and living words in kind


Wisdom is holding your tongue, letting angry words lie

Wisdom is modesty, sometimes hiding what’s in your heart

Wisdom is asking God to show the way


Wisdom is helping someone when you know the cost will be great

Wisdom is thoughtfulness, remembering to go out of your way

Wisdom is loving and learning to pray


Wisdom knows when to laugh, when to cry

Wisdom is a mother’s kiss, a brother’s hug

Wisdom is righteousness against sin


Wisdom is stillness to soothe the heart

Wisdom is a loving touch, a caress to touch the heart

Wisdom is an investment in affairs of the heart


Wisdom is a little child whispering I Love You

Wisdom is prayer God answers every day

Wisdom is putting someone else first


Wisdom is a peaceful man

Wisdom is obeying God, even if you don’t understand

Wisdom is loving you, without question in my heart


By Sharron Magyar

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February 2, 2011 1:07 PM

By smagyar | Published November 3, 2010

As a hypnotist we require a medical or mental health professional referral to work with anyone who has a mental diagnosis. That being said we have a lot of people who suffer from PTSD in our offices.

PTSD is caused an by an event in which the person experienced or witnessed an event that death or serious injury was actual or threatened. The threat could be of the self or another person. Normally the response evoked feelings of fear, helplessness, horror or panic. PTSD experiences become embedded in your subconscious mind and and body. 

  • 20 million americans suffer from PTSD
  • Over 10 million suffers are women
  • 7-8 % of the population suffer from PTSD in their lifetime, women 10.4 %
  • Women usually cope with symptoms by using legal or illegal drugs
  • For children the stressor does not need to be real, but may be imagined
  • Excess alcohol is a method of choice for women

A hypnotist will be dealing with the client’s perception of the event more so than the actual event itself. Following is a list of feelings that might be impacted positively through hypnosis imagery and suggestions:

  • Anger and aggression
  • Fears
  • Flashbacks or illusions
  • Grief
  • Guilt or self-blame
  • Intrusive thoughts and worrying
  • Mental replaying
  • Sadness
  • Self-esteem & removing shame
  • Forgetting

We always have a stong referral network to doctors, psychologist, social workers and counselors that we often work with, but the unique situation with hypnosis is that all healing is self-generated. I find that clients are relieved to find they are not alone in their situation and are delighted to realize they have to power to take back their lives.

Sharron Magyar

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To Dave
February 2, 2011 1:01 PM

By smagyar | Published December 8, 2010

This week we lost a dear friend who was wonderful with both my Mom and Dad. He died suddenly of a heart attack at age 63. The Doctor told him to lose weight and quit smoking six months ago but because he didn’t have health insurance they didn’t run any tests. Turned out Dave had 3 blockages of the heart. We loved him much, we’ll miss him. Following is a poem I wrote for him:

You showed up on our door one day and said Can I help you?

And you stayed.

You tricked us into thinking we were helping you.

And you stayed.

You put family and friends first,

And you stayed.

You showed our father compassion and patience,

And you stayed.

You did all the little things that were important to our mom,

And you stayed.

You hauled stinky fish, got in the fish tank,

And you stayed.

You picked up rocks one by one and put them in place for Mom,

And you stayed.

You laughed, you danced, and you were a great friend,

And you stayed.

You were a faithful man, gentle and kind,

 And you stayed.

You helped mend Cheyenne’s heart,

And you stayed.

You showed respect to all the customers, worked hard,

And You stayed.

We’ll drink that mint julep with mom on the porch,

And we’ll feel your spirit knowing it has stayed in our hearts.


In Honor of David Petit, December 8, 2010

by Sharron Magyar

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Good Relationship Listening
February 2, 2011 1:00 PM

By smagyar | Published December 11, 2010

I have been giving considerable thought to how to build healthy relationships, why some succeed and why some fail. The most crucial element in any relationship regardless of how that relationship varies in depth and quality is our ability to ask questions of the other person while truly listening to the answers.

Most failed relationships are based on the inability to put yourself in the other person’s shoes and understand how they feel. I think of my mother as a wonderful example of a person who knows how to build good relationships. Even at 83 years old she has a lot of overnight guests, friends and family who visit her. Her good listening ability nourishes these friendships. She listens carefully, with full attention, without judgment or emotional involvement.

The ego holds onto I want, I need, and we tend to think about ourselves rather than about others. Our fears and insecurities inhibit our ability to connect in a meaningful way. The ability to take interest in others and actively explore their personal inner workings requires initiative in relating. Initiative in relating is taking our attention off ourselves, then patiently and sensitively questioning others and listening to their answers.

Initiative in relating takes practice as the ego keeps stepping up with its feelings, I want, I need, I feel, You didn’t do, you did, my feelings are hurt, on and on the internal dialogue continues. Fortunately initiative is a learned relationship skill. We can develop it if we lack it and God can help us correct this deficiency. The Bible says in James 1:19 let everyone be quick to hear, slow to speak.

To become an active listener make a conscious effort to hear not only the words another person is saying but, more importantly, try to understand the complete message being sent. The more entrenched and emotional the conflict, the more vital the listening role is.

Think of your conversations over the last week. Were you the listener or were you the talker. Did you dominate the conversation? Did you give the other person fair time in the conversation? Did you understand the complete message being given? Listening opens doors to understanding others on a more personal basis.

Maybe I should work on a hypnosis script for listening, it should be fun and productive.

Thoughts for transforming your life,

Sharron Magyar

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Release from Apprehension & Fear
February 1, 2011 5:56 PM

By smagyar | Published December 17, 2010

 The other day I went to the Dr. with my husband. We got on the conversation of why Viet Naum Vets couldn’t let go of the trauma of what they saw in the war. The Doctor noted she saw hard things every day and she just let it go and her advice to my husband was to just put Viet Naum in the past. I was dumbfounded that a woman with hundreds of thousands of education had such a narrow view of how to heal Viet Naum Vets but had to go home and process what she had said. I believe a person can only help another person heal as far as they have healed and her viewpoint was out of her own ignorance. (By the way she is a great Doctor in many respects and I do really like her.)

Letting go of a trauma takes grieving and you can most of the time process through it. Other times when it is coupled with physical threat or harm to your body, especially if that harm comes out of nowhere, the trauma becomes stuck in your subconscious mind and physical body. That is when we experience reliving the trauma, our body betrays us with specific triggers and says I recognize that threat, protect myself. When the good doctor sees all kinds of trauma, she can move beyond it and forget it because those traumas are not coupled with physical threat to her in any way.  The defining element to whether a person can just forget a negative experience or “will it away.” is the physical threat part.

In one small moment the negative experience can be released so you can move on to the place where you can “just forget” and live for today like the Dr. says. Not letting go of negative experiences is not always a result of faulty thinking; sometimes it is a result of embedded fear both subconsciously and physically. Release of these fears can come about through massage, sometimes through hypnosis on rarer occasions I have partnered up with a massage therapist to work with both.

In one year I lost my father, my daughter, got hit by a car which physically incapacitated me. By far the most traumatic event was being hit by a car because I had no way of controlling my body’s responses to specific triggers. Through all the experience I have personally learned a lot about my mind and body, its mechanics and how to heal from it. There is hope at the end of the tunnel; it just takes courage to walk through it. As a hypnotist we do not work with mental or medical disorders, this is clearly the work for psychologist. Hypnosis can be used to promote wellness in your life by helping to release apprehensions and fears, give hypnosis a try, it really can transform your life. The payoff is you can achieve a more positve outlook, regain lost energy, sometimes that can make a huge difference in life.

 Love * Light * Sharron Magyar


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January 28, 2011 8:11 PM | Tagged as Golden Heart Hynosis Center, hypnosis


Hypnosis is all about change and at Golden Heart Hypnosis Center, our goal is to help you rediscover and activate the resources you need to help you achieve your goals.

Hypnotism is merely an activating force, enabling you to move forward with confidence.

As a hypnotist we help ordinary people solve ordinary problems.

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About Us
January 28, 2011 8:10 PM | Tagged as Sharron Magyar

Sharron Magyar has always been drawn to the concept of discovery.

She originally interpreted that as a calling into the Arts.  As an artist, she embraced the discoveries found in the imagery and metaphorical language of art.

What appears on the surface does not always reflect the deeper message that lies within.

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