Lastnight, I had the pleasure of hosting a masterclass on the Sacred Rebel Summit as part of the book launch that I co-authored in. As I prepared my talk, I called in all the women that I have sat with in my practice over the years. It occurred to me that I have held space for nearly 2000 women. I sat in honour thinking about what I have learnt and how they have inspired me over the years. I got a clear inspired insight into what I have facilitated for these women and what ha
You can not simply take one hypnotherapy technique and know that for everyone it will be successful, just like not everyone will respond to hypnotherapy the same as someone else. There are so many ways to change the way you think, feel or behave. Over the years of being a hypnotherapist I have seen some surprising changes and then no change at all. I’ve seen a Man that smoked two packets of cigarettes a day walk into my office wreaking of old and new cigarette smoke. Told me
There a We can all have behaviours we want to change or emotions we want to be free from, but if we sit and think about doing a different behaviour or ‘wishing’ to feel better nothing changes. In order for something to change we have to do. The doing part is the obstacle for most people. The hardest one to climb over. We might consciously be aware that walking in nature makes us feel better, but when we are feeling yucky, we choose to sit inside, doors and windows closed, and
Put your hand u *****In the past I would have raised my hand at this***** But in fact this is not how we ‘let go’ The easiest way to let go is to bring the pain close, and stop pushing it away. Hold it with love and acceptance, and just be present with it. Without judgement we just observe the pain, without trying to change it, just let it be, feel it in your body.
Then you will be giving the space for the pain to move through you, and very quickly and easily feel a softness
Take Monday mornings for example The alarm sounds, you switch it off and roll over…ANOTHER WEEK. you want to hide under the doona and make it all go away, but you can’t, so you think of something that will make you feel better and that will get you out of bed..it might be coffee. It might be a chocolate…it might be facebook. It will be anything that is going to console you so you can get out of bed. This is how we roll through life. Letting our ‘INNER CHILD’ rule the roost.