“Your visions will become clear only when you can look into your own heart. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes.”
― C.G. Jung
I've always felt that using mindfulness and self-awareness exercises alongside hypnotherapy can have very positive effects on people who want to become well-rounded individuals intent on reaching out towards their goals. Beyond that, it can help people who suffer from mental conditions, addiction or experience persistent chronic or acute pain.
This excellent article on Mindful.org explains to readers how techniques for self awareness can help you get a grip on your emotions and feelings of pain.
Techniques are used in the business world as well. There are many major publications such as the Harvard Business Review and Business News Daily that rave about these techniques as being a central part of setting your mind towards success.
Self-Awareness and Hypnosis Go Hand-in-Hand
This piece by Nicole Fallon of Business News Daily echoes my advice to clients undergoing hypnosis: "Don't repress your emotions or deny their causes; instead, be able to bend and flex with them, and fully process them before communicating with others."
When you are able to be so in touch with yourself that you can identify the moment an emotional trigger begins to develop-- that is when you'll have full control over your emotions.
We can also apply this practice to people dealing with bad habits and addiction.
There is always something-- anger, an image in the mind, grief, etc. that prompts people to act out in a certain way or to turn to drugs or alcohol.
Sometimes your goals, addictions or pain could seem like daunting mountains to climb.
If you've tried just about everything, but still need that extra motivation, reach out to Advanced Clinical Hypnotherapy at 888-333-3688 or visit www.hypno4success.com. You can make arrangements for a free consultation.
Take that first step!
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