Personal Development Hypnosis
Hypnosis is an ideal way for you to enhance your personal development. Whether you want to improve your personal performance in a specific field, or feel better able to handle challenging circumstances (or people), or want to foster particular desirable qualities in yourself, going into a deep trance state and using the power of hypnotic suggestion can make a huge difference.
For example, when you want to get into a specific confident and positive emotional state so that you can successfully deal with an upcoming situation that you perhaps dread, you can quickly learn how to hypnotically 'switch on' the state you want. And you can then reliably attach that feeling to the situation, so that in future you 'automatically' go into the frame of mind that you want for those situations. — read moreOvercome Fears and Phobias with Hypnosis
It's good to know that you can easily overcome fears and phobias with hypnosis, because such anxieties are extremely common. More than 10% of people will experience a simple phobia at some time in their lives. From elevators, spiders and birds, to heights, dentists and open spaces, there is nothing we can't develop anxiety or phobias about.
But you're not doomed to be stuck with them forever.
Happily, hypnosis provides an extremely effective cure for these problems as it provides the opposite of anxiety - deep relaxation. At the same time, it teaches the mind a different way of responding to the feared object or situation. Hypnosis for phobias works by detaching the stimulus (trigger object) from the emotional response (fear) and 'updating' the brain with a new, more realistic response. — read moreBe a better friend and get more out of life all round!
If you want to be a better friend hypnosis can help you augment the essential habits of good friendship
Do you get the feeling that the pressures of life crowd out your friends, or worry that you might lose them?
We all instinctively know that friendships matter to us, and that we can get a great deal of satisfaction and pleasure from close relationships with people who are not blood relatives. And scientific research has backed up this instinctive awareness. A study of people over seventy found that those who have a strong network of friends are much less likely to die. So friends are good for your physical as well as your emotional health. — read more