When you think of hypnosis, you may envision someone swinging a pocket watch, saying, “You are getting sleepy, very sleepy…” In reality, hypnosis is not scary and it can actually help employees get ahead at work. Self-hypnosis and meditation are very similar but do have one main difference: In self-hypnosis, there tends to be a goal in mind, this could be to make you more confident, or to overcome anxiety, to cope with stress etc.
We all have those voices that echo inside our head – some of them are helpful, and some of them are hurtful, harsh and judgemental. That hurtful voice and negative inner dialogue is what we call our “Inner Critic”.
When we focus on gratitude we can change our mindset. This workbook is a great tool to use daily to change your focus to a more positive outlook. You might like to also listen to our Mindful Journaling audio and Daily Gratitude audio.
Self-hypnosis is simply taking yourself into a calm, relaxed meditative state, calming your busy mind and making positive statements or suggestions to yourself. Here's our step-by-step guide to self-hypnosis.
It's something I now do every single day, without fail. Even if I scribble quickly in my notepad while preparing the breakfast.... I do it without fail. And I am talking about penning my daily goals (which are the small steps that form the bigger goals of life). I find it focuses my mind and reminds me of MY unique purpose.
Great athletes all share a common practice, and it’s called self-visualisation.
“I’ve been visualizing ever since I was 12 or 13 when my amazing mother introduced me to it … I find it very helpful … I believe we create our reality with our mind.”
Have you ever had a gut instinct about something? A hunch or an intuition that somethings going to happen? Well, that's your unconscious mind talking to you. It's a profound concept - that deep within each of us is a powerful force, and even more profound is that we might not be making the best use of this inner intuition.
Hypnosis is an important therapeutic tool that can help people overcome many psychological, emotional and even physical problems.
Did you know you have five different brainwaves. Yes, our brains have five brainwave frequencies and each one has a distinct electrical pattern that operates even when you're asleep.