Embarking on a journey of self-discovery often involves exploring unconventional paths, and hypnotherapy stands as a compelling avenue for personal transformation. In this article, I delve into the nuanced landscapes of success within hypnotherapy. From empowerment to emotional release, discover the diverse manifestations of triumph and learn how this practice complements holistic approaches to personal growth
What is it that gets you down - simple little things like the washing machine every now and then going to Fault or perhaps you have to switch on the TV twice - you have the power to do something about these things before they become an issue...
Many people will go through their lives with a certain something hanging over them. This could be a fear of animals or maybe you drink or eat too much, perhaps you feel guilty, embarrassed or ashamed or even just too angry... There is an infinity of things which could be impacting on your life right now..
These things do not have to be a part of your life if you chose to let them go... Read more about positive change in this week's blog.
Having worked with a victim of stroke - Here is an article that I wrote from the Journal of the National Council for Hypnotherapy.
I hope that you find the article interesting and can begin to understand the power of the hypnotic process in action.
A number of years ago I gave a presentation to new servicemen; it was part of an initiative designed to get the trainees thinking about their future Naval service and to inspire them to be the very best they could be. My presentation was based upon some observations I had across all levels of Naval personnel, from junior sailors all the way through to the officer corps.
This TED type talk was based upon their wishing their lives away...
Each year about 25 million people in the United Kingdom will consider making a New Year’s resolution. Why would we choose January 1st as the date to start? Why didn’t we start yesterday or even today? The truth is, no matter what the origin, people do like drawing a ‘line in the sand’ and having something to aim for. Yet potentially waiting till the start of the New Year could actually be sabotaging our efforts to make the changes that you actually desire. Out of those 25 million people it is only likely that only 2 million people, or 8%, will statistically achieve success.