When we feel nervous or stressed because of a fear that I am not worthy and it causes us to feel pain or lose confidence, we often look for things to make us feel better in the moment. Food, alcohol, drugs, sex, work, or a number of other things can quickly turn from recreation to dependency or bad habits in order to cover up the stress and nervousness that often accompanies shame. Hypnosis is adept at getting to the root of these bad habits and addictions and dealing with the stress and nervousness that underlies them. When you remove the stress that causes you to engage in the habit or addiction, then what is the point of the bad habit or addiction? There isn’t one, is there?!
What hypnosis does is that it calms you down and removes the need for the negative behavior. One of my teachers said that at the root of all bad habits is “anxiety.” Remove the anxiety, remove the habit.
When we use hypnosis to remove the anxiety and therefore the need for the soothing behavior that comes from bad habits and addictions, we can install more resources in its place. Instead of reaching for the cigarette, we take a walk. The nice thing about hypnosis is that it not only can curb or eliminate bad habits altogether, it can install brand new GOOD habits! Imagine replacing smoking with exercise and loving it! Or Snickers with… anything but Snickers! How would this change your life?
Using proven techniques enjoyed by superstars around the world in sports, music, acting, and experts in every field, you will find that hypnosis can help you get into an excellent state and focus on the right things to make yourself successful in any environment.
You have YOUR side of the loop and they have THEIR side of the loop. You feed into their loop and they feed into yours. Change your loop and change their loop and change the relationship.
Imagine what would happen if you can “forget” about your physical or emotional discomfort even a few minutes a day. Think about how your life would change.
Pretend for a second you didn’t have that pesky habit… you know the one I am talking about! Suppose you got rid of it and how much better your life would be when it was gone.