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Have you tried everything to shift an old habit and feel exhausted?

Today I have a special guest post from my friend Dr Amanda Hordern. She works as a Hypnotherapist.  Below she explains how the process works.  I f you are having trouble shifting a habit or know someone that needs some help, this is a MUST READ.. 

“Have you ever felt that ‘part’ of you wants to change an old habit or a response to a situation and ‘part’ of you is holding you back? It can be a frustrating, internal ‘tug of war’ when you consciously decide to do things like regular exercise, change what you eat, quit smoking, overcome a phobia – and the ‘other part’ feels like it is undermining your goals.
Hypnotherapy is a relaxing and powerful way to achieve your goals with ease and confidence. While in a state of deep relaxation, a process of guided day dreaming, your subconscious mind can focus on the things you wish to change and on the ways you can best do so, free from critical and anxious thoughts of your conscious mind. You ‘let things happen’ through your subconscious mind rather than trying to make them happen with your conscious mind.

The great thing about this is that the subconscious mind is far more powerful than the conscious mind and the internal changes can be quite dramatic after one or two sessions.  Most people leave a hypnotherapy session saying ‘I feel so confident on the inside’ – and that’s where powerful change all begins.
With the guidance of an experienced therapist and while you are in a deeply relaxed state, it is easy to find a limiting belief from your past and change it to a new, healthier belief that will help you achieve your life goals. It’s like reprogramming ‘negative thought viruses’. You may have limiting beliefs about your weight, your moods and anxiety levels, about your relationships, your body and moving forward after cancer. For example, people will often put up with feeling anxious about attending medical appointments, lacking the energy or desire to embrace intimate relationships, fearing needles or how their family and friends will respond to their cancer news  – because at a sub conscious level they believe that is the way people feel after a cancer diagnosis.

Every day I am asked ‘can you make me cluck like a chicken?’ The answer of course is only if you want to! 
 In hypnosis you are not asleep. You do not ‘feel hypnotised’. You can hear everything that is occurring between you and the therapist, and the important thing is that you are always in control. Everyone can be hypnotised and there are different approaches the therapist needs to use for different people. Hypnosis can’t make you do anything that you don’t want to do. However once you decide what you want to change hypnosis makes it easier to achieve.
There are so many myths about hypnotherapy that I have made a short Mp3 track to dispel the myths and explain how it all works. Please call 1300 365 254, or email or go to to download your free copy today.”

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