Hypnotherapy is Mostly an Inside Job
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“At the center of your being you have the answer; you know who you are and you know what you want.“ –Lao Tzu
With the guidance of a qualified hypnotherapist, one can find their way to their center, discover who they are, heal what ‘hurts’ and free themselves of unproductive past conditioning.
Our belief system regarding the safety of our world and our worth was established without our consent, knowledge or conscious input during the very early stages of development, typically before 6-7 years old. We become hard-wired to a certain sense of self-worth and safety that continues to play a huge role in how we react to life in adulthood.
There is a clear absence of language skills and physical and mental proficiency in a young child – skills that adults take for granted. But children do have feelings and it is these feelings that guide them. If they feel safe and secure, they continue their activities; if they feel unsafe and not fully accepted, they develop adaptive behaviors to restore the preferred feeling. Thus, over time, a person’s personality becomes a reflection of their view of their world. Their brain’s responses to life are entirely consistent with the child’s belief (inner feeling) as to his level of safety and always seek to satisfy the instinctual drive for survival.
A customized regression to root-cause hypnotherapeutic approach will assist clients in finding their way back to pivotal childhood events in a safe, dignified, label-free, drug-free manner. By guiding them through a subconscious course-correction of those events and a release of all unwanted issues and beliefs, clients can finally resolve the inconsistencies between their actions and desires. PTSD, anger, anxiety attacks, panic attacks, depression, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) and stress-related physical issues such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and Fibromyalgia, all become a thing of the past. The Mayo Clinic is only one of many esteemed institutions which have highlighted the benefits of hypnotherapy as an alternative to psychiatric drug therapy for emotional issues.
Becoming free of unproductive childhood imprinting allows clients to proceed along their life’s journey free to be them and all that being them means. Clients enjoy a new sense of being equal to all others – unique but equal. Hypnotherapy seeks to ensure that all clients fully believe, in the deepest part of their spiritual being, that nothing anyone can think, do or say – and nothing that can ever happen to them, can ever diminish their worth to this Universe. That’s freedom of the human spirit, the foundation for a fulfilled life!
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