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Few can accept happiness if it means change. We want the life we have now, only happier. Imagine if all you had to do was to change your mindset and how your brain processes situations
The worst feeling in the world is knowing you've been used and lied to by someone you trusted. Forgiveness is a process where someone who has been wronged chooses to let go of their resentment, and treat the wrongdoer with compassion. Forgiveness does not mean forgetting or condoning the wrongdoing, granting legal mercy, or reconciling a relationship. You can forgive a person while in no way believing that their actions were acceptable or justified. Clients who continue to hang on to painful emotions related to a mistreatment—even though they have every right to hold those emotions—can receive great benefit from forgiveness therapy. A number of positive outcomes, such as reductions in depression, resentment, and rumination, have been associated with forgiveness.
If you do tomorrow what you did today, you will get tomorrow what you got today
Perception is Awareness Shaped by Belief Beliefs control perception Rewrite beliefs and you rewrite perception Rewrite perception and you rewrite genes and behavior Dr. Bruce Lipton
No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it - Albert Einstein.
You are NOT your illness. You have a name, a history, a personality...
Laughter is the best medicine, a cliché to be sure, but a new study has shown that laughter can significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood-pressure levels, as well as bring about significant reductions in the stress hormone cortisol. Source: Chaya MS, Kataria M, Nagendra R, et al. The effects of hearty extended unconditional (HEU) laughter on physiological, psychological, and immunological parameters in the workplace: a randomized control trial. American Society of Hypertension 2008 Annual Meeting; May 14, 2008; New Orleans, LA.
What you have to remember is. Sometimes people just don't listen.. No matter how much pain it will cost them in the future.
Life is difficult. We all have problems – life is a succession of hurdles to overcome and difficult choices to consider. Sometimes we need help to overcome issues such as an unwanted habit, fear, phobia or wanting to change a part of your life which you feel is holding you back. Hypnotherapy can help – and it really does work as many of my clients will tell you. Don’t be confused by stage hypnosis. The clue about what hypnotherapy can do for you is in the title. You are not ‘put to sleep’, made to do anything you don’t want to do or made to give away any secrets! What you will be, is in a heightened state of relaxation. Imagine having an hour just for you, to imagine yourself doing whatever you want to do. In today’s ever-demanding world how good does that sound? In your relaxed state, your subconscious mind is more receptive to suggestions on how you can overcome your unwanted habit, fear or phobia. This is where the hypnotherapist does their work – by talking to your subconscious and replacing unwanted unhealthy habits with suggestions which will change your life for the better.
In the past few years, we have seen a HUGE rise in clients coming in to us for Gambling addictions, mainly due to the ease and instant gratification of online Gambling, but why exactly do we love gambling?
How to help someone with Anxiety Disorder. Anxiety and fear are different. For example one can see the fear object and become anxious or have a panic attack related specifically to this particular external scenario. For example, the person with a fear of flying may think of flying and the aeroplane crashing and this may produce a panic attack. However with anxiety, the focus is internal, not external and the client cannot really tell you what the anxiety is about. It is subjective, free-floating, out of control. One can have a feeling of ‘impending doom’ or a sense of a vague, distant or unrecognised danger. Anxiety effects your whole being. It is an emotional, physiological, mental and behavioural reaction all at once. Examples of anxiety disorders: Panic disorders Agoraphobia Social phobia Generalized anxiety disorder Obsessive compulsive disorder Post traumatic stress disorder Acute stress disorder Anxiety disorders due to a general medical condition Substance-induced anxiety disorder
Do or Do not. There is no TRY...