Words can killWritten by Jaya
You wake up early, do your morning chores, while brushing you take a glimpse and admire yourself at mirror hoping it to be most beautiful day, at same time enthusiastically brainstorming errands for day. You grab a bite of anything on table just to fill you up, not forgetting your morning tea. In no time you kiss your mom goodbye and you are out of house. In midst of traffic, your phone rings and you get a call from one of your favorite people, someone that has always been rhythm to your ears. She called to discuss about plans for next major event in your community, and both of you happen to come up with same ideas giggle at how similar you are and at peak of your laughter, she says something that strikes you deep down, perhaps highlight your weakness or emphasizes your character that you most inferior about. But you still laugh, not believing what she just said or meant, continue conversation as if nothing really happened. While struggling to forget her major insult, she attempts to make you feel better, however making it worse by saying, "But I really didn't mean that... ". Hmm..., now what are you supposed to think? Well, basically she just confirmed her statement.
Changing Your LifeWritten by Therapy Inspired of Birmingham
How Hypnotherapy Can Help
Hypnotherapy is process of using hypnosis to unlock capacity of unconscious mind to bring about therapeutic changes by modifying deeply-held assumptions, fears and misconceptions.
The issues that prompt people to turn to hypnotherapy for assistance include:
· Phobias · Pain management · Panic attacks · Performance enhancement · Habits – e.g. smoking · Obsessive Compulsive Disorders · Stress management · Performance anxiety · Insomnia · Confidence, self-esteem and assertiveness
What Hypnosis Is
Hypnosis is a natural state of mind, enhanced by deep mental and physical relaxation. Without knowing it everyone drifts into and out of mild hypnotic states daily. These periods of time are commonly referred to as “day-dreams” or “running on autopilot”.
Hypnosis has nothing to do with being asleep or unconscious in any way. You are able to hear and remember everything, and will know exactly what’s going on.
People often worry that, under hypnosis, they can be made to do things they would not ordinarily agree to. This is incorrect: you remain in control all time and cannot be made to do things that you genuinely object to.