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Learn Self-Hypnosis: Here's An Outline of the Course You Receive 

Module 1: What is Hypnosis?

Module 2: Visualization & Goals

Module 3: Language Patterns & Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP)

Module 4: Meditation vs Hypnosis & Brainwave Entrainment

Module 5: Use the Placebo Effect to Your Advantage

Module 6: Law of Attraction & Manifestation

Module 7: Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT Tapping)

Module 8: Self-Hypnosis (Putting It All Together)



Why does it seem so difficult to ever reach a goal? I mean really reach it for more than a day?

Think about it....

MOST people who want to lose weight....don't.
MOST people who want to earn more money...don't.
MOST people who want to quit smoking...don't.

It's true in almost every area of life.

Think about how many times you've said, "I'm going to cut out some of the sugar in my diet"....and then by the end of the day, you're having a sugary treat?  

Or, how many times have you decided to save money by skipping Starbucks or a meal out....and, yet, before you know it, you're back to your usual spending routine?

It's easy to say the problem is "habit."  That's definitely part of it, but there's more to it than that. What's keeping the unwanted habit in place?

In fact, just today, I saw an amazing statistic.  Over 81% of adults believe they should write a book. Yet, only 1% of these people ever even start writing a book, and only a fraction of those folks ever actually finish.

So, what's going on here?

You're smart.
You're intelligent.
You're hard-working.

So, why is it so hard for us to just DO what we say we want to do?

 The cycle of self-sabotage is fueled by our thinking that habit (or pattern change) is going to happen through willpower.  I recognize the importance of examining thoughts and reframing them to be supportive of ourselves. However, the key ingredient missing from sustaining the changes we want is emotional mastery.

Most of our habits - the patterns we really adhere to - are fueled by our emotions not our thoughts.

That's why thinking, or willpower, alone will never be enough to obtain and sustain the changes we want.

If you think of yourself as a car, the steering wheel is your conscious mind. It makes your daily decisions, and governs your outer behavior, movement, and sensory function. When you eat an apple, your conscious mind “steers” your hand to your mouth, and tells your mandible to chew.

When you break your diet, or say something silly, it’s your subconscious that makes that happen.

Your subconscious is your engine, your central processing unit.  It makes deep decisions, and governs what goes on “behind the scenes.”

Your subconscious decides right from wrong, makes you succeed or fail, and is responsible for careless or thoughtless mistakes. It gives you confidence, fear, anxiety, stress, strength, weakness, happiness, and lots of other emotions. It makes you confident or afraid to build deep relationships, determines how you perform at work, and does many more vital tasks that decide your life’s path and direction.

The good news is that you can decide what kind of fuel to put in your car. Fill your tank up with premium petrol, and you’ve connected your conscious with your subconscious. Now you can steer and control your subconscious, and inject it with the power to achieve your goals of health, abundance, pain management - you name it -  and be free from limiting habits and beliefs.

I used to get so anxious , so stressed out, that it felt as though my heart was going to pound out of my chest! I would gain weight during especially stressful times, and my relationships suffered, too.

When I stop and think about it, stress is at the center of many unwanted, and sometimes painful, thoughts, feelings, and behavior. Whether it's overeating, smoking, drinking too much, low self-esteem, trauma, pain, (the list goes on and on), it seems that stress on the body and the mind is the superglue keeping us stuck.

I didn't want to go the medication route or spend lots of money on talk therapy (even though I am a mental health therapist!) 

So, I started doing some research into quick and effective techniques to get my stress under control. That's what led to my becoming a hypnotherapist.  Hypnosis has proven to be the answer I was looking for because hypnosis fuels the subconscious mind - the emotional mind - directly. Within just a few days of using hypnotherapy, I felt as though a weight (literally) had been lifted. I regained control over my thoughts, feelings, and actions. I became more responsive and less reactive in my everyday life. My physical health improved, as well as my relationships and emotional well-being. 

If you're ready to get unstuck, then I'm certain these brainy solutions can help you, too.  Manage stress before it manages you! 

Together, we'll achieve optimum mental and physical health. Hypnosis and other brainy solutions will get you moving forward quickly in a feel-good, natural way.







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Manage Your Stress - Manage Your Life

Why bother managing stress and working on self-improvement? The reality is most people don’t think about stress management until they’ve reached critical mass! Unfortunately, people tend to look into stress management techniques when they’re on the verge of burnout.

 

This comes as no surprise. With our busy lives, it often doesn’t seem important to take on the practice of stress management before a worn-out body or an overly taxed psyche force the issue.

 

Developing healthy stress relieving habits, however, does pay off in the long run. A regular stress management practice staves off the negative effects of stress, bringing about numerous positive outcomes related to both physical and mental health. Managing your stress fosters more happiness in general.

 

Why should you commit your time and effort to taking care of yourself?...



1. Your Health

Excessive stress can lead to poor health outcomes, from relatively minor things like headaches and digestion problems in the short run to major conditions, such as heart disease, high blood pressure and stroke after years of unmanaged stress.

When you manage your stress, you manage so many other facets of your life.

You manage pain better, boost immunity, improve cardiac health, sleep better, enjoy better sex, improve weight management, and lower your risk for just about every ailment you can think of!

Think of all the money you can save by cutting down on medical expenses, too.


2. Your Looks

Many stress relievers can make you healthier and even more attractive. For instance, taking care of your body by getting enough sleep prevents dark circles under your eyes and improves your complexion.

Keeping stress at bay can make you more productive and healthier.

Also, eating nutritious foods can keep your blood sugar levels even, keeping your emotions in check and making you more resilient to stress, as well as helping you stay in your skinny jeans or favorite T-shirts from college.

Regular exercise can help you blow off steam when you’re frustrated and keep your body fit and toned.


3. Your Increased Productivity

When you’re not stressed, you can be more productive because you’re more focused. When you improve your focus, you improve your decision-making skills and memory.

Certain stress relief habits naturally make you more productive.

Taking a power nap, for example, can help you catch up on sleep and be more focused and productive, making less sleep stretch further.

Being organized can also help you save time and money in the long run, reducing stress and helping you be more productive in virtually every area of your life.

Even limiting caffeine can help, improving your sleep and helping you feel less stressed at the end of the day.


4. Your Attitude

Having the right attitude is actually a habit that can be learned. Being an optimist can benefit you in many areas of your life, helping you let failures roll off your back, enabling you to achieve more!



5. Your Stress Level, Of Course!

The desire to avoid walking around feeling stressed-out is, in itself, a good reason to hone your stress management skills. Adopting a habitual stress management practice is of great value to you because, when you’re less stressed, you enjoy life more.

In this free stress management course, you’ll learn some of the best stress management techniques available, including meditation, progressive muscle relaxation, and the tried and true breathing exercises.

Putting in the effort to learn effective strategies for stress relief and low-stress living will pay off for you in major ways!


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