Are you feeling overwhelmed with stress and pressure? Do you feel out of control?
Are you always in a hurry, feel like there is never enough time to get everything done, and concerned about falling behind or worried about the future? You are not alone… Last year 83% of Americans reported that they are stressed. And there is a light at the end of the tunnel.. stop suffering!
Hypnosis combined with coaching can help you decompress, learn to manage your stress naturally, and help you get your life back.
In my hypnosis coaching program I don’t just teach you how to handle unnecessary stress – I can give you the tools to prevent it. Did you know that there is a recipe for stress, and that you have unique triggers which can cause it? Stress has a very predictable pattern, and that is where my program can help you.
Getting To The CORE
Stress and anxiety are ever present–at home, at work and everywhere in between.
At the CORE…all of the stress, pressure, and anxiety are part of an internal dialogue – it’s you talking to yourself in your head worrying about being okay. We worry about money, health, being loved, acceptance from others, and whether or not we have enough of each. Yet, it’s not the lack of these things that makes us worry – it’s wanting and needing it to be different than it actually is.
Very few of us really are destitute or dying on a daily basis. For most of us, we worry excessively about things we really can’t control, and often spend more time worrying than actually doing something to change it.
They hypnosis coaching program focuses on helping you to recognize the environmental triggers that increase your anxiety and responding to those triggers with a calm state of mind and heightened sense of well-being.
In order to be the parent, professional or spouse you need to be, you owe it to yourself to manage your stress and to learn to conserve your energy for what really matters. The core of our stress hypnosis therapies gives you a new mastery over your actions, emotions and comfort level on a daily basis.
Although hypnosis for stress reduction won’t make your stress disappear, it will help you significantly lower your stress levels and learn to manage the day to day pressures more effectively. In life, you’re going to have challenges, but you can go about your day and life in a more relaxed and easy fashion – and that’s where hypnosis and coaching can help.
How Does Hypnosis Work?
it’s not mind control – it cannot make you do something you don’t want to do
Let’s start with what Hypnosis isn’t. Hypnosis is not sleep, because you’ll most likely be awake and alert the entire time – though it’s common for your attention to drift periodically during a session. Usually, the only people who actually fall asleep are those individuals who are very tired, or have a habit of falling asleep when watching a movie.
Hypnosis feels good
Hypnosis is a powerful tool that can assist you in re-enforcing and strengthening decisions you’ve already made for yourself and that you want to re-enforce.
When you utilize it properly, you can gain significant leverage over unhealthy, unproductive, or unwanted habits. Especially the ones you often do without thinking.
You can even use hypnosis to reduce stress and maintain a healthy mind and body.
Hypnosis feels very similar to the state of being ‘zoned out’ in front of the TV or Computer. It happens easily through natural relaxation and focus of attention. You are aware and alert, and if you need to get up or interrupt yourself you can – but you are focused intently on what you are doing.
The more you allow yourself to relax and focus your attention on the suggestions given (just like when you are watching a movie following the story), the more receptive you will be to that suggestion – and the more likely you are to agree with and act on that suggestion. Of course you can always reject any suggestion give to you that you don’t wish to re-enforce.
Hypnosis is relaxing.
Like anything else, the more you practice going into hypnosis the easier it becomes, and before long you’ll get very good at going into hypnosis whenever you want – whether it’s in a session with your hypnotist or at home using an autogenic self-hypnosis program.