Mindset for Happiness

Three Leading-Edge Ways To Get What You Want

     As a Hypnotherapist, I tend to consider myself in the business of helping people get what they want. People from all walks of life from children to seniors come to me to assist and support them in making desired changes in their lives. 

     It’s true that sometimes they would like me to push a magic button and create immediate change or be ‘fixed’ and sometimes, yes sometimes, it’s like that for things like taking away cravings; adding in a new behaviours like drinking more water or walking; quitting smoking and letting go of a feeling or a fear. Actually, it can be like that for any number of things we want to stop doing or do more of, but, all magic buttons aside, having the right mindset is the real key to riding the fast track towards getting what you want in and out of hypnosis sessions. 

     In my practice, I have found that the clients willing to work on being involved in and open to changing the way they think about things experience the greatest success. The words of Wayne Dyer, ‘If we change the way we look at things, the things we look at change’ allow us to begin to see how we have a choice regarding the way we look at ourselves and our lives.

 Here are 3 great ways to create a healthy mindset and get what you want:

  1. Focus on what you want more than on what you don’t. According to the Law of Attraction we get what we focus on, good or bad. Even in the moments when you are seeing right in front of you what you don’t want, use it as an opportunity to become more clear about what you do want. 
  2. Stop beating yourself up! Like, right now. This is the most detrimental thing you can do and immediately blocks you off to what you want and to how you want to feel. When you are hard on yourself it creates a feeling within of unworthiness and when you feel like you don’t deserve to feel good it is not only harder to make healthy choices but it also fuels the cycle of self sabotaging behaviours.
  3. Get support from the right people. When going through difficult moments it can seem like a good idea to reach out to friends and family that care for you and want you to feel better. While it can feel good to share, it can be extremely beneficial to get help from someone who is trained and experienced and can help you to see what you need to do for yourself, outside of the needs that may be placed on you by others. Also, it is much easier to have confidence in those choices when you have the right support.

 Remember, this is about practice not perfection and it can’t hurt to have a little fun along the way too!

Heartfully Yours,

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