You're probably wondering why a hypnotherapist is recommending a movie on Netflix. Well, it's actually because it is a great example of Regression Therapy. The Adam Project is not just about time travel, it's about coming to terms with the stories we tell ourselves. So many of us create stories about our childhoods filled with pain and loss. We make up narratives about why our parents were absent in our lives, about why we were bullied in school, about why our parents got divorced, etc. Many … [Read more...] about The Adam Project
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Have you heard of Parts Therapy? Parts work is a kind of therapy that addresses conflicts in ‘agendas’ between our internal parts. Sounds interesting, right? But what exactly does this mean? There are different parts of our subconscious mind making up our personality… sort of like different ‘people’ inside us. That’s right – we have different “managers” that exist inside us that can seem to either be for us or against us. These managers with their different opinions can get in the way of ou … [Read more...] about The Parts Inside of You
Don't! Stop! Don't Stop! These phrases read very differently depending on where you put the emphasis, right? Don't! Stop! OR Don't Stop! The same is true of resolutions. DO make them -- but be sure to make the goals reasonable ones and only those that you really truly desire. Let's break these down. 1. Reasonable Goals To know what is reasonable, let's look at what might be an unreasonable or unattainable goal. "This year I am going to lose 50 pounds!" OR … [Read more...] about A New Year & ANOTHER Resolution
*Be sure to check for my special gratitude gift at the end of this blog! According to an online dictionary, “To have an abundance of something is to have more than you need. It's often used to describe positive qualities, such as 'an abundance of love.'" To have more than one needs? How much does one equivalate to what they “need?” One person’s bucket being half full may be completely full to another. I think there is a better way to think about abundance. A New Look For me, I loo … [Read more...] about Another Way to View Abundance
Oh no! This disease is all too common. Have you heard of it? It's the dreaded Fun Deficiency Disorder! Many of us suffer from it and don’t even know it. We go about our life unable to recall the last time we actually had 'fun'. You know...like a really good time with loads of laughter? Here's the thing -- if you feel better -- you heal better. Laughter is truly good medicine. Laughter Heals This is why during sessions with my clients, we laugh - a lot! Laughter is heali … [Read more...] about Do You Suffer from FDD?
Gaslighting is a form of abuse when another person denies what you are experiencing and states this denial in a way that makes you think you might be crazy. Common gaslighting phrases are: Are you sure your memory is correct? I never said that. You’re being too sensitive. That never happened. You’re imagining it. It’s your fault. I'm only kidding. And so many, many other phrases that all signify that something is wrong with you. Gaslighting is a way of contro … [Read more...] about Are You a Victim of Gaslighting?