- I wonder how many times in your busy week that other people come before you?
- Maybe, you don’t even have the time to stop and realise how much more you can achieve if you just had time to be?
- Wouldn’t it be wonderful to go to wherever you like to relax and find your inspiration on a daily basis?
If, like me, you can relate to that overwhelming need to rest even when your own special people [be them big or small] have other ideas, you may well have considered what you can do to ensure your own self-preservation. In recent years, I’ve lost count of the number of coaching or therapy clients who want to move on from stress or anxiety who when asked, “What have you tried already?” note that they would do something for themselves, if they weren’t too busy putting other people first.
Once I learnt to schedule self-hypnosis on a daily basis, teaching full-time, studying and family life got easier and easier. I was better prepared mentally, physically and practically than ever before. After just 20 minutes in trance, I not only felt re-energised and focused to achieve my short-term goals but whatever I set out to do happened easily. Not only was I in the right frame of mind, when you rehearse your success in trance your brain thinks you’ve already achieved it and supports you to succeed it “again” in waking time.
Tanya is a Clinical Hypnotherapist, NLP Trainer and Student Liaison Lead for the International College of Clinical Hypnotherapy. She works flexibly as a therapist, coach and teacher/trainer with clients of all ages, in her hometown [Bournemouth] and wherever her skills and interests take her. With a background in school leadership and a passion for life-long learning, her USP is of course…learning! Her core purpose is to inspire all clients to shine further and accelerate progress to achieve their goals.
Read the full article here to find out Tanya’s simple guide to self hypnosis can help you to easily learn the skills to boost your energy and achieve even more.