Could hypnotherapy cure troubled star?
A leading hypnotherapist in Florida has claimed that a hypnotherapy course might be the thing to tame Lindsay Lohan's unpredictable behaviour, PRWeb.com reported.
Last week, Lohan was charged with grand theft, after allegedly stealing an expensive necklace; and before that, she was voted 'worst teen influence'. It seems that no matter what treatment she is put through, her wild ways have failed to be tamed.
However Dr Harlan Kilstein said he can stop the destructive cycle Lohan has sadly found herself in.
"Rehab has clearly failed," he said, advising that Lohan needed "powerful 'pattern interrupt' delivered with hypnosis to make the change lasting and effective." He believes that sending Lohan back to jail or rehab would do her no good, and advised that she see a qualified hypnotherapist.
Kilstein continued to say: "Lohan is actually attracting these incidents into her life. Her mind is creating endless possibilities for failure rather than successes."
"How many more career crashes will it take before no producer will risk hiring her?"
Kilstein believes that the fastest way to change behaviour is through hypnosis, where re-programming the subconscious mind can help to change destructive patterns. In Lohan's case, he would combine hypnosis with the law of attraction.
"You are always attracting something - either positive or negative. Lohan is always attracting the negative. It's time for a change to interrupt this cycle," Kilstein concluded.