Sexual Harassment – Sexual Assault – Domestic Violence

Have you or someone you know being a victim of sexual harassment, sexual assault or domestic violence and are hurting and living in fear and pain as the result. My name is Paul Holcroft and I am an Australian and internationally trained hypnotherapist and I have worked with and helped many women and men who have been the victims of physical and psychological trauma… and I can help!

One area of trauma that is not often talked about is psychological abuse where the victim is constantly berated and demeaned until their self-esteem and self-confidence is eroded away, and eventually begins to believe they are worthless and unlovable. This is all part of the game for the controller, usually a psycho-narcissist, in turning the victim into a possession… a virtual slave.

There are many symptoms of these deep-seated traumas including:

  • Feeling down all the time, stressed or can’t stop worrying.
  • Cannot understand why certain things always happen to you or why you always attract the wrong partner into your life.
  • Living in constant fear
  • Finding when you are in particular situations… it re-triggers the emotions.
  • You may be carrying extra weight as a protection measure (you may not consciously be aware of this one but it is quite common).
  • Avoiding and fearful of being in social situations or places where you feel venerable.
  • Have turned to alcohol or drugs to mask and suppress the thoughts and feelings.
  • Have a problem with eating food (under-eating or over-eating).
  • Feeling sick all the time or worried about your health.
  • Worried about your sexuality, identity or relationships.
  • Feeling unlovable and unwanted… worthless.
  • Have lost trust or are having difficulties communicating with family or friends, perhaps because they don’t understand what you have been through… or worse don’t believe you.
  • Have feelings that perhaps you are to blame… it’s your fault… that you attracted it into your life by your behaviour or lack of behaviour.
  • Carrying guilt, anger or sadness about the event(s).

Physical and psychological trauma is a heavy burden to carry and the emotional stress from the event(s) can become emotional blockages in the body, which can cause a myriad of physical and mental health issues… but here is nothing inherently wrong with you… you are hurting… you are in pain and you need help and support.

And being the victim of physical and psychological abuse is not the only issue here… many people, especially children, become victims by merely witnessing the event(s).

Many times the event, especially a childhood trauma, is buried somewhere in the unconscious mind… it has been compartmentalized to protect you… and you are no longer consciously aware of it. When this happens, you tend to have physical ailments in the body, or your mind begins to act differently and you may start to develop disorders like anxiety, panic attacks, and depressive thoughts, OCD, ADD and ADHD.

But you don’t have to live with it… there is a way out!

Using techniques such as double disassociation, the rewind technique, uncommon psychotherapy, and Ericksonian hypnosis, I have helped many individuals break free of the cage trauma had them trapped in by releasing the emotional charge surrounding the event… the emotional charge that has kept the memory trapped in the amygdala… the flight or fight centre of the brain.

Your first step to healing is to call and have an obligation-free chat over coffee or tea to see if I can help. Call Brain Spa Health today on 0424 671 411 or message me to arrange a time.

Pain Management

YOU DO NOT HAVE TO LIVE WITH PAIN…

Chronic pain syndromes are caused by many different diseases and conditions. These have created serious disabilities, lifestyle limitations, incapacitation, and led to useless surgeries, causing great suffering and needless expense. Mind-body connections play a crucial role in all pain relief. No condition is all physical or all emotional but eighty to eighty-five percent of diseases are exacerbated or completely caused by psychological emotions.

 

You have probably been endlessly chasing the cure for any persistent or recurrent body pain. You are stretched, manipulated and twisted like a pretzel. You try acupuncture… you meditate or practice yoga or take Pilates classes… you do specific exercises like special core training… you stretch… you swim. In desperation you take dangerous and addictive drugs and, you may even have contemplated or undergone surgery to alleviate the pain.

 

But what if we been working in the wrong area of the body… what if where the pain is situated in your body is not the source but merely the symptom of your pain?

Heal Your Pain… permanently… with NO Drugs… NO Surgery… NO Physical Therapy…

 

What if the source of you pain was accumulated stress psychologically trapped in your body and, your body, in an attempt to alert you to the stress overload, creates pain in different parts of your body? Pain shifting to different areas of your body is one clear sign of stress related pain.

 

When the stresses of life get too much, your mind and body will react in a variety of different ways to try to handle the stress… one way the body copes with stress is by creating tension, which creates a change in blood flow to muscles, nerves and/or tendons… it creates what we call an emotional pain blockage.

The tension is the result of stress… and this can be in the form of repressed emotions stemming from relationship stress… family stress… workplace stress… stress about finances… stress concerning you or your family’s personal safety… and stress from exposure to a traumatic event.

 

These emotions are considered too terrible and dangerous by your unconscious mind and therefore, your unconscious emotional mind represses these “dangerous” emotions.

 

This repression begins a process that produces the emotional blockage… the pain and other symptoms including weight gain or chronic weight loss.  It is a condition that affects your muscles, nerves and tendons, and can cause pain, sometimes very intense pain. Common symptoms also include burning, tingling, numbness and/or weakness, and fatigue anywhere throughout your body.

 

As I said, many times these blockages will show up initially as pain or excess weight in the body and many times both… and eventually, if not resolved, these emotional blockages can lead on to more serious conditions such as anxiety, depression, and illness in the body.

 

Did you know that it is estimated that over 90% visits to the doctor for aliments is stress-related? Hypnotherapy is a powerful way to not only eliminate pain in the body but also to address a multitude of other stress-related issues including depression, eating disorders, OCD, ADD, ADHD, migraines, and anxiety and panic attacks.

Do you or someone you love suffer with pain? I have worked with numerous people, with all types of different pain, and being able to alleviate their pain and reduce it to a point where it is manageable and often, eliminated the pain completely… forever!

 

My name is Paul Holcroft (known as the “uncommon hypnotherapist” for my unique hypnosis style and spiritual healing sessions) and I am Australian and internationally trained and certified in Ericksonian Hypnosis, NLP, Uncommon Psychotherapy, and the “Rewind Technique” (for fast, effective relief from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

 

I am based in Port Macquarie but plan regular “uncommon hypnotherapy” road trips up and down the east coast of Australia. If you are not in Port Macquarie and would like to take advantage of one of my road trips, please contact me to be put on the notification list. I can be contacted on 0424 671 411 or message me through Facebook. If you are not currently on my friends list, please send a friend request, and don’t forget to visit my website: http://innerhealthblog.com or check out my inner health hypnotherapy Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/innerhealthblog

 

Testimonials:

“Hypnotherapy? It works! If you like reading miracle stories, then this one’s for you!

 

I’m a 32 yr old woman who suffered from chronic Sacroiliac joint (lower back) pain for 17 years. I had tried everything from therapeutic remedies to cortisone injections to assist with on-going pain not to mention daily pain relief tablets.

 

Long story put short, I have now been pain free for four months straight and have waited this long to tell my story in case the pain decided to come back and prove me a liar, but it hasn’t!

 

After seeing Paul Holcroft, an International Certified Hypnotherapist stationed at Port Macquarie, my dreams of living a pain free life has finally come true. Between his professional first consult to write a personal script that met my needs, to a comforting session where my integrity and sense of well being was put first, I cannot fault Paul’s passion to want to heal others.

 

Despite my sceptical preconceptions regarding hypnotherapy, I was and am still shocked of the results. I’m a different person! I no longer have to spend loads of money and time suffering from chronic pain. I can get in the garden and play with my kids without knowing I will suffer later for trying to do everyday stuff that I ‘should’ be able to do.

 

So why did it work? We all have ‘old baggage’ and sometimes we store negative emotions which our body shows through physical pain. Our sub-conscious mind is super clever and holds on to stuff which may be detrimental to our health, and we may be doing it without even realising it!

 

So if you are someone who has suffered from long term pain, maybe you too can benefit from some mind cleansing stress relief. I highly, highly recommend seeing Paul because let’s face it, life’s stressful and we can all benefit from unpacking some ‘bad luggage’ whether you have long term pain or not. Hypnotherapy had changed my life! Live, love, laugh.”

–Leemarie C.

 

And hypnotherapy is not just for pain…

“Hey Paul, Thanks for the call regarding my progress… doing really well. There is a subtle little stream of renewed energy coursing through my veins. I feel relaxed, energised and calm. Have slept really well the past two nights and my anxiety in the mornings has reduced significantly to almost unnoticeable. Thank you.  This renewed sense of myself is exciting and I thank you sincerely for the calm, caring, safe environment you created with my treatment… much gratitude and respect.” –Annie N.

 

And this one…

“Hi Paul, I wanted to say thank you for your hypnotherapy sessions…

They have really helped me got to the origin of my feelings of worthlessness and understand how it has impacted my life in all areas of my life. It was preventing me from moving forward in my career.

It impacted on the quality of my relationships and it often left me feeling helpless. I am now feeling more powerful and in control of my life knowing that I have the strength, ability and determination to achieve anything I have set my mind to.

This quiet self assuredness allows me to face challenges on my own in a confident manner. From the bottom of my heart… thank you for your help and believing in me when I did not believe in myself…that reflection of myself that I saw from you really helped me in ways that I am still comprehending. THANK YOU….xx”

Are You Holding onto Pain?

What causes pain in our bodies? We know that knee and joint pain is a condition in which a tendon and or its ligaments become irritated and inflamed, causing pain and tenderness around a joint. The condition can occur in any of the body’s tendons, but is most common in the knees, ankles, elbows, shoulders, heels and wrists…

 

We also know that when muscles become stressed and tense they tend to tighten up, restricting movement, and can cause acute pain, even throwing other parts of the body out of balance to compensate…

 

So when we injure ourselves inflammation and swelling takes place, which is part of the body’s protective process, and the body immediately sends an emergency message to the brain (pain) that something is not right and instructs all our internal healing processes to go to work to heal the affected area.

 

But what happens when the area is healed but the pain persists… sometimes for years… and all the treatments and pain killers just don’t seem to work? So what if I suggested to you that the treatments and pain killers are not working because you are treating the symptom not the source of your pain.

 

You see the greater part of human pain is unnecessary. It has been said that it only takes only 6-8 weeks for pain to dissipate, even after a major injury… so much of the pain we experience in our bodies is not injury or surgery related… it is an emotional blockage created when our unconscious emotional mind runs its programs unchecked.

 

This type of pain is always some form of non-acceptance, some form of resistance to what is… and it stores itself as an emotional pain blockage in our bodies. So the pain in your body can be caused as a result of stress in your life… family stress, relationship stress, workplace or schoolyard stress, and environmental stress.

 

Emotional stress blockages in the body can also be caused by a traumatic event in your life that has not been resolved. The body sends a message to the brain and the brain creates pain somewhere in your body… and sometimes it moves around to get your attention. When this happens and you get treatments or pain killers… or even surgery for the pain… it doesn’t work because you are dealing with the symptom of your pain not the source.

 

THE EMOTIONAL PAIN PATH

  1. External & Internal Stress – Physical & Psychological Activity – Signals Sent to Brain
  2. Changes to Nervous System – Reduction of Blood Flow – Oxygen Deprivation
  3. Inflammation – Muscle, Nerve & Tendon Pain – Weight Gain or Weight Reduction

 

Stress and negative thoughts create emotional blockages in the body which mainly manifest as either pain or fat storage… or sometimes both… stored somewhere within the body… It can also cause weight reduction (anorexia and bulimia).

 

On the conscious thinking mind level, the resistance is some form of judgement you have made, and on the unconscious emotional mind level, it is some form of emotional negativity.

 

These manifestations of the emotional blockages, pain and fat storage, are the “symptoms” of the emotional blockage… not the source. This is why diet and exercise programs, and traditional pain treatments from a physiotherapist or chiropractor, or strong prescription drugs sometimes do not work… they are all working on the symptom… not the source, which is the psychological or emotional blockage… and they operates on an unconscious level in the emotional mind.

 

Emotional pain and stress are the main causes of physical pain and disease in the body. Emotional negativity like self-pity, depression, resentment, anger, hatred, jealousy, feelings of rejection or unworthiness can all contribute to emotional pain blockages. Many people already know from their own experience how easily and quickly an intimate relationship can turn from a source of pleasure to a source of emotional and sometimes physical pain…

 

There are two levels to your pain… the pain that you create now… and the pain from the past that still lives on in your mind and in your body. This, of course, includes the pain and/or traumas you suffered as a child. The accumulated emotional pain is a negative energy field that occupies your body and mind… and it’s very real!

 

This emotional pain blockage does not want you to observe it for what it really is… because once you observe it, and feel its energy field within you… take your attention into it… the identification has been broken… a higher dimension of consciousness has come in armed with your inner guide…

 

Your emotional blockage wants to survive just like every other entity in existence and it can only survive if it gets you to unconsciously identify with it. And when you identify with it, it rises up, takes over you, and then lives through you… by “becoming you”… but it needs to get its “food” from you…

 

It will attract and feed on that which resonates with its own kind of energy vibration… anything that creates further pain in whatever form… destructiveness, hatred, grief, sadness, emotional drama, violence, and even illness… pain can only feed on pain… pain cannot feed on joy or happiness… it finds it quite indigestible…

 

Once this emotional blockage has taken over you, you want more pain… you become a victim… or a perpetrator… you want to suffer pain… or you want to inflict pain… and sometimes both… there is really not much difference between the two…

 

The dilemma here is you are not consciously aware this battle between the conscious and unconscious mind is going on and will vehemently claim you do not want pain… but on an unconscious emotional level that is what has been happening… and if you look closely at your behaviour and thinking you will see they are designed to keep your pain persisting…

 

In order to remove persistent pain… to remove the emotional pain blockages from your body you must work on an unconscious level… and the most effective way is with hypnosis…

 

What is Stress and How Does Affect Us?

The young attractive woman with an awful migraine. A headache attack

There are many external and internal forces that trigger stress within our bodies and throw our lives out of balance. Many people will say “that type of thing always stresses me out” or “she or he stresses me out”.

 

Stress is any change in the environment that requires your body to react and adjust in response and can be triggered by relationship difficulties or breakdown, workplace related stress, and environmental stress. The body reacts to these changes with physical, mental, and emotional responses and these emotional stresses store themselves in the body in what are commonly called emotional blockages.

 

Forty-three percent of all adults suffer adverse health effects from stress and seventy-five percent to 90% of all doctor’s office visits are for stress-related ailments and complaints. The earlier we detect and relieve stress, the quicker we can get ourselves back on track.

 

The first thing we need to understand about stress is it is created from within. It is not the event that causes the stress in our body… it is how we interpret, react and respond to the event or embedded internal triggers which creates the stress and creates what are commonly called emotional blockages within the body.

 

So the event is outside, and the stress and emotional triggers and blockages are created from within.

 

When stressed, the body thinks it is under attack and switches to ‘fight or flight’ mode, releasing a complex mix of hormones and chemicals such as adrenaline, Cortisol and norepinephrine to prepare the body for physical action.

 

 

Stress related issues arise when we put our bodies into unnecessary states of stress or by becoming stressed in inappropriate situations. This can lead to an inability to ‘think straight’; and if not addressed, can lead to panic attacks, anxiety, suicidal thoughts and depression.

 

Stress also targets the weakest part of our physiology or character; if you are prone to lower back pain, joint pain, headaches, acne or eczema, this will flare up.  If you have low levels of patience or tolerance for others, this will be the first area to present under times of stress.

 

Many people will try to relieve their stress by turning to alcohol, tobacco, or drugs to try to relieve their stress. Unfortunately, instead of relieving the stress and returning the body to a natural relaxed state, these substances tend to compound the problem by keeping the body in a stressed state which eventually leads to more problems… physical, mental and emotional.

 

Unless these emotional stresses are addressed; they can build up on top of each other and eventually show up in the body as chronic pain (often lower back pain), excess weight and, when years of stress blockages build up, disease in the body.

 

Fortunately Hypnotherapy is a powerful way to address and release emotional blockages and stress triggers from your body and mind. Hypnotherapy is holistic in nature and is about bringing about harmony and balance within… emotionally, physically and mentally.

 

Hypnotherapy is not something that is done to you. The hypnotherapist merely guides you into a deep state of relaxation, also known as a trance, where you are able to shut down the conscious thinking mind for a short time in order to communicate with the unconscious or subconscious mind and uncover tools you can use to enhance your life and wellbeing.

 

Hypnotherapy is not like the common talking therapies such as psychology or counseling. The hypnotherapist works on a deeper level… with the unconscious or subconscious mind (which actually runs the show) rather than the talking to the conscious analytical thinking mind.

 

Hypnotherapy is NOT like what you see with stage hypnotists… we don’t make you run around like a chicken… a hypnotherapist is a healer and may incorporate several different methodologies within the hypnotherapy session including; Erickson Hypnosis, Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), Time Line Therapy and the Rewind Technique.

 

The outcomes and powerful results that can be achieved through hypnotherapy are many and varied and can include personal, professional, emotional and health benefits at extraordinary levels.

 

Paul Holcroft is a certified Hypnotherapist trained in Erickson Hypnosis, Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), Regression and Time Line Therapy and the Rewind Technique which is specifically designed for dealing with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Phobias. Message me or call on 0424 671 411 to arrange an obligation-free initial consultation to see if I can be of help.

 

However stress is not all bad, stress is necessary and can sometimes even be desirable. Exciting or challenging events such as the birth of a child, participating in a challenging sport, completion of a major work project or moving to a new city generates as much stress as does tragedy or disaster. And without it, life would be dull.

 

In the modern world, the ‘fight or flight’ mode can still help us survive dangerous situations, such as reacting swiftly to a person running in front of our car by slamming on the brakes. The blood flow is going only to the most important muscles needed to handle the situation.

 

What is Hypnotherapy?

By Paul Holcroft, an International Credited Hypnotherapist & NLP Practitioner

 

There are many external and internal forces that cause stress within our bodies and these stresses throw our lives out of balance. Hypnotherapy healing is based on the concept of making whole… it is holistic in nature and is about removing stress and emotional blockages and bringing about harmony and balance within.

 

Hypnotherapy is similar in many ways to counselling except a hypnotherapist works on a deeper level… the unconscious mind and, can involve several different methodologies within the session including; Erickson Hypnosis, Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), Time Line Therapy and Body Wisdom.

 

The outcomes and powerful results that can be achieved through hypnotherapy are many and varied and can include personal, professional, emotional and health benefits at extraordinary levels.

 

Many people have a fear or are sceptical of hypnosis. This is due to television and stage performances which portray people being put under hypnosis against their will. The reality is hypnosis is not something that is done to you. The hypnotherapist, utilizing different deep mindful techniques, is merely the guide that leads you to a state of deep relaxation and a state of heightened mental awareness.

 

Once in this state of deep relaxation and heightened awareness you are able to communicate with the unconscious part of your mind where you can uncover any unconscious patterns you may be running that are controlling your life… and many times you are not even consciously aware that these patterns even existed.

 

Hypnotherapy empowers you with tools that you can use to adjust and tweak these unconscious patterns to better serve you and the goals you have for your life. Hypnotherapy allows you to transform yourself… and the transformation happens from the inside out… it comes from within. The transformation comes from the insights you discover inside (the unconscious mind)… not from the external information you receive (conscious mind).

 

Did you know that many famous people from all walks of life including sports stars, business executives, professional speakers, singers, stage actors and movie stars use hypnotherapy on a regular basis to remove stage fright, emotional stress, self-confidence and self-esteem issues as well as keeping themselves positively on track with their life goals. Hypnotherapy is one of the most powerful methods for getting permanent results. You only need to Google this to discover more.

 

You see there’s nothing strange or mysterious about hypnotherapy. It’s just a profession like any other profession. Hypnotherapists are trained professionals just like a psychologist or a solicitor or an architect… except in our case we are a profession that leads the way for business goal setting, getting the right mindset, creating abundance, tackling self-confidence and self-esteem issues, dealing with stress, anxiety and panic attacks, phobias, pain management, quitting cigarettes, weight-loss, sports performance enhancement and many, many other issues people have to deal with on a day-to-day basis. And it all has to do with the power of the unconscious mind.

 

You may have heard people describe the mind in many different ways but let’s look at the structures of the mind – the conscious part of the mind and the unconscious part of the mind. The conscious mind being what we are consciously aware of at any point in time in the present moment. The conscious mind is where we do all the analysing an evaluating. It is where we make all the day-to-day decisions.

 

The unconscious mind is where everything else is stored, everything we have ever seen, heard, felt, smelt or experienced… good and bad… much of which, we may no longer be even consciously aware of. Your unconscious mind is also responsible for all of the body’s automatic functions. It makes your eyes blink, your heart beat, makes you breath faster or slower when you need to.  It digests your food and controls your hormones.

 

What I am saying, metaphorically speaking is to look at your unconscious mind as your automatic pilot. Your unconscious mind runs your life for you.

 

Every event and experience you have ever witnessed is all stored in the subconscious mind. All learning, all behaviour, all change is in fact programmed into your unconscious mind. And you have been programming things you learn, beliefs, values, morals, habits (good and bad) and all sorts of other things into your unconscious mind since the day you were born. These habits and beliefs then create neurological patterns.

 

When we learn things, we store them in the unconscious mind and they become automatic.  You see, everything you do automatically, without thinking, is an unconscious habit. Even you’re breathing… it just happens for you.

 

If you run and your body needs more oxygen pumped to the cells in your muscles, you don’t need to think about it, you automatically breathe faster and heavier and your heart rate increases to pump that extra oxygen around your body quickly to get it to where it is needed. Your unconscious mind takes care of all of the body’s autonomic functions for you.

 

When you need to think about something to do it – it is a conscious process. For example when you first learnt to read, you really had to think about every letter – every sound – and just take in small pieces of information at a time – because that is all the conscious mind can handle.

 

When you learnt to drive a car – it was think, think, think … gears … blinkers … brake … check mirrors ….  And so on. It was difficult concentrating on so many things at once. That’s because the tiny conscious part of the mind gets overloaded very easily.

 

So what happens is that when we practice something over and over again, the conscious mind downloads that information to the powerful unconscious mind which then handles all those sorts of things and they become automatic – an easy habitual behaviour.

 

So you learn something, you practice it, you relegate it to the unconscious mind, the unconscious takes over that function for you – and then you get access to it on automatic pilot. So you see, when you no longer need to think about something … when you do it automatically, it is unconscious.

 

It has been programmed into the unconscious mind which then takes it on board as an automatic behaviour or habit.  Now some of these habits and learning are useful – like driving a car or reading and writing.  But some habits and learning are not useful – such as smoking or overeating … or phobias or panic attacks.

 

Whatever we program into the unconscious mind will become an automatic function that is no longer under our conscious control.

 

You may have tried previously to change unhealthy habits or unwanted programmed responses with conscious willpower but how hard is that?  You see, the reality is we come hardwired to actually protect those old habits because it’s the job of the unconscious mind hold onto them.

 

It doesn’t forget or let go of them. It holds onto them to protect us and keep us alive. You don’t unlearn something that you have programmed in. And remember… the unconscious mind does not analyse whether it is a good or bad habit or response or program… it simply accepts what you have programmed into it, runs that program and holds onto to it to protect us.

 

Take for instance; driving a car, you wouldn’t all of a sudden forget what you have to do. The unconscious mind holds onto everything so we don’t have to relearn them all over again… it is our survival mechanism. The unconscious mind protects the body by protecting the habits and learning that you have formed and programmed into the subconscious mind.

 

That’s right!  The unconscious mind never forgets. That’s why when you consciously try to break a bad habit, the unconscious mind holds onto it… to protect you… and it feels like there’s a battle going on inside. This is because that is exactly what is happening. There is an inner conflict between the conscious and the unconscious mind.

 

So whenever you try to stop smoking or lose weight, or break any of those unwanted habits or responses, the conscious mind may be trying to release it – but the unconscious mind hold on to it because it thinks it is protecting you..

 

So it naturally follows that when you want to make changes to these programmed patterns and behaviours the changes must be made at an unconscious level… and this is what is achieved through hypnotherapy.  Hypnotherapy, simply stated, bypasses the conscious mind and speaks directly to and reprograms the unconscious mind.

 

By using hypnotherapy we can bypass all that difficult practice/relearning stage… the hard way… and then changing unwanted habits and behaviours becomes easy… an automatic process.

 

It is a method of controlling or breaking a habit in a quick, easy and effortless way and regaining control of our lives.  And when hypnotherapy is done correctly, that’s exactly what happens.

 

So where do habits come from?  Let’s look at smoking. Many people tried smoking in their younger days because it was ‘cool’ or for some other ‘feel good’ reason. They did it consciously and battled through the coughing and spluttering – the awful taste – and then they kept repeating this behaviour until the unconscious mind said okay… I’ve got it… I’ll make this an automatic habit for you.

 

And the unconscious mind programmed it in as a ‘feel good’ habit because at the time, that’s what it was… it was “cool” or you felt part of a group, or you believed it relaxed you. And from that moment onwards you became a smoker.

 

Now you can tell yourself consciously “I will not smoke, I will not smoke, I will not smoke” but you find yourself desperately wanting to reach out for a cigarette because the conscious mind is the thinking part of the mind but the unconscious mind is the feeling emotional part of the mind… and it runs the show.

 

The unconscious mind is much larger, much stronger and far more powerful… it’s your survival mechanism. And your feelings (emotions) will always over-ride your conscious thoughts unless you elicit tremendous will-power.

 

Therefore, it is a simple fact that when you try making changes consciously, it is difficult because the unconscious mind holds the power and it will keep running the programmed behaviour – in this case, smoking because it is programmed in as a “feel good” habit.

 

The reason hypnotherapy is so powerful in changing unconscious habits and behaviours, is because you do not have to consciously try over and over again to think a certain way or to behave a certain way. Hypnotherapy speaks directly to the unconscious mind so the change is instantaneous – automatic. It makes it easy and effortless… and it makes it permanent.

 

So now that we know that hypnotherapy is a totally normal and natural everyday occurring state where you’re totally safe and in totally in control, the question is, does hypnotherapy really work? The answer is a definite yes.

 

So as you can now see, during a therapeutic hypnotherapy session, you and the hypnotherapist are working together toward the same positive outcome. This is the reason we tailor our programs so carefully for each individual and the reason we maintain such a high level of success.

 

What makes our practice so unique is the advanced processes and innovative techniques we use to address the individual requirements of each client. We conduct a free first session to talk about your particular challenge and see if we are indeed able to help and, if not, we will gladly refer you to the appropriate professional.

 

Many studies, conducted over long periods of time, have proven the success of hypnotherapy and, modern technology is now actually scientifically able to monitor its effectiveness. So it certainly works and not only that, we have, over time, actually improved it. Our advanced hypnotherapy techniques are achieving phenomenal success in many different areas… and normally in just one session.

 

Are You Under Constant Stress?

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Did you know that being under constant stress (family, relationships, workplace, and environment) can lead to emotional blockages within the body? These emotional stresses store themselves in the body in what are commonly called emotional blockages.

These emotional stresses show up in the body as chronic pain (normally lower back pain), excess weight (reason which store in the body as fat, chronic pain (in particular lower back pain) and, when years of stress blockages build up, disease (dis-ease) in the body.

Some of the signs of stress build-up in the body include:

  1. Lack of worthiness, self esteem and confidence
  2. Tension in neck and shoulder areas
  3. Lower back pain
  4. Weight gain (just cannot lose even when exercising and dieting)
  5. Weight loss (usually combined with low energy levels)
  6. Feeling overwhelmed
  7. Anxiety and Panic Attacks
  8. Get frequent headaches (migraine headaches)
  9. Feeling angry and irritable all the time
  10. Hormonal imbalances including fluid retention (mood swings)
  11. Worsening pre-menstrual tension symptoms
  12. Feeling cold all the time
  13. Mentally foggy
  14. Feeling fatigued even though getting plenty of sleep
  15. Low sex drive
  16. Feeling bloated or sickly
  17. Worrying all the time, sometimes for no reason.

The good news is these types of high emotional stress levels in the body can be released through a holistic approach incorporating specialized hypnotherapy (using a mix of traditional hypnotherapy, NLP, time line therapy visualization, and body wisdom techniques), mind-body coaching, and specialist massage techniques like Quantum massage.

Incorporating these holistic methods will in most cases eliminate all the emotional stress blockages from your body leading to elimination of the above mentioned aliments and lead to a happy disposition, increased positive outlook and more balanced life.

If you, or someone you know, are suffering from any of the symptoms listed above, please contact us through the Facebook messaging system. We offer a free 1st consultation to ascertain whether we can help with your particular condition. If not we will refer you to someone who can… you don’t have to live with it.