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Struggling with overload or overwhelm?
Not feeling like you are performing at your best?
Become aware of how you are contributing to you own frazzlement!
A book on well being and resilience…
This book presents a compelling picture of what we do to ourselves on a daily basis, sometimes on an hourly basis, and what we could do instead.
It summarises and simplifies a wealth of current writing and research on neuroscience and related fields of personal well being.
Offering practical insights into the challenges to overcome, and the simple solutions which can make this possible.
Gain a better understanding of what you’re doing, how you can do things differently, enabling you to feel stronger and more resilient.
Certainly worth a look!
Such a little word…
But it creeps into so many peoples lives and sets up in the background of their mind. Always ready…
Ready to set off and take hold of your thoughts, at the slightest invitation.
I know this to be true for myself, in my own thinking.
In my work as a Hypnotherapist…
anxiety is regularly present in people’s thought processes:-
– about what has happened in their life
– what concerns they have right now
– how they can change things
– where they are going…?
I use hypnotherapy to access inner resources for myself and clients…
to build on skills we already have, but have lost sight of!
Isn’t this true?
We are busy, life changes and we forget the strategies we have been regularly using or used in the past. Once you have felt anxious, at times of stress, rational thoughts can go out of the window!
We all have to work on our thinking skills and notice our negative thoughts, in order to avoid being kept in the same place.
Hypnotherapy helps you change habits by accessing inner resources, via your subconscious. It raises your awareness to the skills you already have. With practice you can establish or re establish new neural pathways, so you can function better in everyday life.
The process takes commitment from you, the client, too but the experience is pleasant and relaxing.
The outcome is to enable you to feel more in control of your thoughts.
The mind is very powerful, so harness its potential to work for you!
When you want to change something for the better:-
feel more in control of your weight
manage feelings of anxiety
get rid of a phobia
perform better in a situation
improve your health and sense of well-being
seek support from a Hypnotherapist.
You can learn skills to practice in everyday life.This starts you on a pathway to new habits or ways of thinking and being.
A small change over time leads to larger changes – the ripple effect.
Consider hypnotherapy to start and sustain change!
A parent needs to be ‘good enough’at offering the love, care and attention to meet the needs of their child. Understanding their stage of development is important. Having fun, giving opportunities and embracing other family members and friends, to help raise a child, creates great pleasure and feels less like hard work.
I love this blog, except for the reference to the Almighty which is personal choice.
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Hopefully you’ve had some time away over the summer months – space to reconnect with who you are and what you enjoy in your life.
Some moments to really appreciate where you are in your life.
If you’ve struggled to achieve this on account of some thoughts, feelings or behaviours and reducing your ability to refresh and revitalise, maybe you would benefit from some support?
Is anxiety in the background?
Source: This previous blog on Anxiety may be helpful.
Feeling put upon?
Think people take advantage of your good nature?
Take many things in your stride on a daily basis and then suddenly everything goes pop!!
Maybe you like to think you are easy going and accommodating of other people. Are you kidding yourself?
Is it really that you are not standing up for yourself and setting a boundary?
We all need boundaries to feel safe but also to perform well.
– set limits for ourselves and others.
– are guided by our beliefs and values.
– help us identify with the ideals and principles we live by.
– draw a line between what is acceptable for us and what is not.
These may be different in lifestyle, friendship and living norms. It may relate to habits, hobbies, career choices and leisure time.
Boundaries need to exist in most aspects of our lives.
Without them or with blurring of the edges we become anxious, stressed and muddled.
Which boundaries do you need to review?
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