Sometimes we try to solve problems with our conscious mind when the solution should be to use the subconscious mind.
For example, a smoker may know he wants to stop smoking, he might make the decision to stop one morning (conscious mind) but find that he is unable to stop. Someone who wants to lose weight may know what they need to do and may make that conscious decision to stop but then cave in to temptation. These are examples of people trying to solve their problems using just their conscious minds.
It is not always as easy as just wanting to change, we all have needs, emotions, behaviours that can be more difficult to change.
Hypnosis is a tool that enables us to communicate more with the subconscious mind. Your subconscious mind controls your needs, emotions and behaviour. Simply deciding to stop overeating, smoking or being anxious is not enough. Success will come when needs and emotions are also addressed.
Your conscious mind is limited, it takes energy and effort to try and change some behaviours. Your conscious mind has limited beliefs about what you can and cannot achieve. Your subconscious mind never tires, never switches off and isn’t limited by beliefs.
Most people have experienced a time when they achieved something they didn’t think they could achieve. Consciously you didn’t believe you could do it. Many people have had ideas of things they want to achieve, whether it’s writing a book, running your own business or something else but then they stop themselves before they even try because they don’t believe they can do it. Don’t be limited by your conscious mind. You have a subconscious mind that is very powerful, that works quickly, easily, effortlessly.
Hypnosis can help. A growing body of research supports the ancient practice as an effective tool in the treatment of a variety of problems, from anxiety to chronic pain.