Posts Tagged ‘negative emotions’

Our Hypnotherapy in Cambridge ~ So why do we do this stuff?

Saturday, November 12th, 2011

 Hypnosis, hypnotism ~ So why do we do this stuff?

This thing , which some people say doesn’t exist and others hold in mystery (if only they knew !).

 

Here’s the answer on the form of another question(s).

Why would two young men, 18 and 24 year old respectively, decide to enter into the world of helping people and in affect totally risk their livelihoods? Changing steady careers to one of uncertainty.

 

Why would someone highly experienced and respected in business say no to that life and change direction completely towards caring for people?

 

Why?

 

Because the answer to all the above must be PASSION. Having a passion for what we do and getting the best buzz life can give you when you see someone change, let go of old ‘stuff’ like depression which has held them back for years or overcoming low self esteem such as “I’m not good enough, deserving enough etc. etc. There are few things in life that gives you that feeling and we get to experience with our clients.

 

And the best thing is the passion is growing.

 

Sorry the answer is so short ~ but it is sweet.

Hypnotherapy in Cambridge really works!

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011

It’s great that our clients not only give us feed back on how they have changed they are also willing to share it with the world through allowing us to show it as testimonials.

We have had two this week and it’s only Wednesday morning!

Both Luke and I know it wasn’t what we both did that created the change in these and all our clients it was their desire to change and willingness to do whatever it takes that really made the change ~ They did it (with, we would like to think , a little help from our unique way of therapy)

“Hi Luke,
Sorry it has taken me a while to reply. I would like to say a massive massive thank you because my work with you has really made a big difference! I am feeling much more confident in a range of situations and am feeling better week by week”

“Dear Paul,

I wanted to let you know that I won’t be needing my next session as I feel extremely happy with what we covered, and I feel fantastic!! I am so grateful to you for helping me look at everyday as a positive and a happy one! Haven’t felt that way for such a long time!!!”

I know other people like to have testimonials to show ‘how good they are” but we see it differently and believe ours show:

  • what’s possible and give hope if hope were needed.
  • and to give encouragement to those who at the time of reading them feel isolated, lonely and and what we often hear looking for a last resort, a last chance.

And it’s been our experience that even the seemingly biggest problems, negative emotions/feelings do have simple and easy solutions when we are prepared not accept the way we feel and ready to do what it takes to change and have what we want for us.

Sometimes “have what we want for us”  can seem a little selfish doing this purely for us and no one else but when we feel back to being the real us and happy being us everyone around us gets to feel that good too! It this way it would be selfish to hold on to the old way,  not change for you and deny people seeing you at your happiest best.

We all deserve to have more happiness than you can stand (was that a hypnotic instruction? )

If any of this has made you think you would like to find out more contact us by clicking  here and we’ll do all we can to help you

Resolving grief (hypnotherapy in Cambridge)

Monday, March 7th, 2011
 

 How long do we have to, need to grieve?

Some time ago I wrote about remembering in a different way which in no small way was brought about by my writing my own book about overcoming grief and a personal journey in resolving and moving on from grief.

You see we tend to immediately think as grief being caused by the loss of a loved one and so it is. The thing is there are so many more things that happen to us that cause us to grieve and create that hollow feeling inside. These can come from a myriad of losses such as:

  • the loss of a job
  • retirement and losing the feeling of being useful
  • someone leaving us but still alive
  • losing our home
  • losing a business we created
  • etc. etc. the list goes on.

There’s also the beliefs we have of how long should we grieve. Is it being disrespectful to only grieve for a short time and what will others think of us. All these factors create negative emotions within us, over and above that real grief feeling.

So with all that going on inside us it’s no wonder we suffer and usually in that isolated feeling of loneliness.

So that’s why I wrote my little piece following the progress of my ‘best friend’ until someone was brave enough to challenge me.

You tell the story of a “friend”. It is your own story, isn’t it? At least, it seemed to me to be your own story. If so, I wonder, if you would consider to tell your story using “I” ? Don’t feel embarrassed when you tell your own story. This is why books are read. Authors need to be shameless and find the words for what others can’t say.

and so I have re-written my book, my Story and no hiding behind the facade of my friend. I have told like it was, what I did to change and how it felt and how it feels to be free of all those horrible feelings.

Added to this I have included hypnosis tracks to download that take you through some of the exercises I describe in this book to compliment and speed up the process of letting go of grief and all the other emotions that are attached.

Track 1 Mind Mapping,

Track 2 Accessing your unique Qualities and finding your Passion

Track 3 Releasing and Moving On

My final piece is to narrate this to audio to make it easier for those who like to listen and hear which will happen sometime soon.

At the moment it’s called “IT DOESN’T HAVE TO BE THIS WAY

It’s not meant to be instead of getting help from people like us at Cambridge Hypnotherapy and is intended to support, encourage and teach ways of finding our selves again.

 

Dealing with being (made) redundant ~Redundancy

Monday, December 8th, 2008

If you have never been there, being made redundant, it’s very difficult to imagine how it feels. The very term Redundant has deep emotional meaning to those who it affects.

The dictionary definintion “1. superfluous 2. no longer needed (at work)”

For some it can be taken as an identity issue ~ I AM redundant, I AM no longer needed.

And all of this can raise what we would term ‘negative emotions’ such as anger, sadness, guilt and for some the feeling of grief as real as losing someone.

BUT……..

This does not have to be this way … Oh No! (nearly swore there)

We can change those feelings into what we want. To replace them with expectation, opportunity, relief, passion and even gratitude.

The past is exactly what it is THE PAST, it’s gone and the great thing about the future is that it hasn’t arrived so we can make it the way we want to experience the now.

How?

By using the one thing that’s more powerful than anything else in the world……Our Mind.

When we use our mind in such a way we can feel the way we want to feel, see what we want to see and attract what we want in our lives.

Sounds too easy?

That’s because you haven’t experienced it

With Hypnoisis, NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) and Time Line Therapy plus a whole lot of other things we have learnt and developed we can make those changes. All you have to do is want to do it now.

Remember what ever thought you’re thinking~ You’re more than that and more than that too!

At the moment I am in the middle for creating an audio book for dealing with loss and in that I guide my listener ( there must be at least one) on ways to overcome loss, grief of any kind easily and quickly based on my work with a friend of mine. I’ll post a couple of simple things they did real soon

You’re more than that

Paul