So, it is now one day shy of a week since my awakening experience, and what an interesting week it has been. If you read my first article, “The Awakening Experience”, you would have some idea of how profound the experience really was. Staying awake, however, feels like an entirely different ball game. It can… Continue reading The Awakening Experience: Part 2 – Attempts at staying awake
We have all experienced moments when we are so wrapped up in our thoughts and emotions that it feels like we might never escape. The emotional charge can feel overwhelming and cumbersome, weighing us down and stealing our joy. Our troubles and challenges - whether stress, depression, anxiety, trauma or any other emotional weight –… Continue reading How I found myself and my purpose in a Hypnotherapists office
How awake are you? No, I’m not talking about how much energy you have today or if you slept well last night, although that might influence your state of alertness. What I am referring to is how aware you are of your surroundings, of yourself and others. Take a look around the room you are… Continue reading Awareness and the choice to live your best life
In your mind, take yourself back to when you were a child. What did you need? You might recognise that you needed food, a roof over your head, a bed to sleep in, clothes to wear, toys to keep you stimulated, friends to have fun with and to improve your social skills, and so on… Continue reading The benefits of Hypnotherapy for children
Who are you? To answer this question, after mentioning your name, you might find yourself saying things like, “I am a teacher” or “I am a cyclist,” “I am a brother” or “I am an Accountant.” You might include somewhere lower down on the list that, “I am a dog lover” or “I am a… Continue reading Roles and Identities – Where does Hypnotherapy fit in?