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When Life it get's tough... There's always a new start!

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Everything Happens for a Reason


Forgiveness Give us Back The Power To Be Happy

The Problem Is Not The Problem The Problem is How your Deal with The Problem

To Forgive Is To Became Free From The Pain

When doors are open for you, you'll need to see them

What is Hypnosis?

The nature of the mind has led to different conceptions of suggestion to the mind.

The concept of suggestion also depends upon this view of the mind. By contrast, hypnotists who believed that responses to suggestion are primarily mediated by the conscious mind, such as tended to make more use of direct verbal suggestions and instruction  by an "unconscious mind", like [[Milton Erickson]], made more use of indirect suggestions, such as it has been The words hypnosis and hypnotism both derive from the term neuro-hypnotism (nervous sleep).

What is the history of hypnosis?

Hypnotherapy regained popularity in the mid-1900s due to Milton H. Erickson (1901 - 1980), a successful psychiatrist who used hypnosis in his practice. In 1958, the American Medical Association and the American Psychological Association recognized hypnotherapy as a valid medical procedure. Since 1995, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has recommended hypnotherapy as a treatment for chronic pain.

Other conditions for which hypnotherapy is frequently used include anxiety and addiction. Hypnosis can respond well for illnesses and behaviour problems as well: Anxiety, Phobia, Stress, Anger, Sadness, Shyness, etc.

Hypnosis involves an induction with suggestion and the responses of the clients to the procedure of the hypnotic session can provide the client with  the response to the experience  and  the changes in   behaviour can provide   the outcome for the client.

Your Conscious Mind versus your Unconscious Mind

Nearly everyone is aware of their conscious mind in the way we talk.

Also we are aware of the things that we say and think, alsoof our actions and behaviour.

Sometimes we are so conscious of everything we do and say that we forget our body also has an unconscious mind that we   don’t often use and are unaware that it exists. That’s why we do not trust our own instincts.

Your Unconscious Mind

How powerful then is your unconscious mind?

Not many people know that the unconscious mind is so powerful that it is not used the way it should be.

Our unconscious mind helps us in our everyday life through memories of our childhood, or when we have a flashback of events or pictures that make us suddenly recall our memories.  That is your unconscious mind.

Your unconscious mind helps you to relax and helps you to sleep. When you are asleep how does your body know when to breath!  That is also your unconscious mind working again.

You have the power to decide how you choose tofeel in your every day.

Through your unconscious mind you can decide that.

The New You- NLP can help you to cleanse your unconscious mind of unpleasant memories that are stopping you from achieving your goals and being happy.

The New You can also help you to restore the memories that you would like to keep together   with suggestions from the practitioner.

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