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How Self-Hypnosis Will Enhance Your Business

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With a constant search for fulfillment and success, there are countless resources available to better your life.  Having an altogether healthy life requires discipline across all areas, including a healthy mind, a healthy diet, exercise, and healthy relationships.  Living a healthy and balanced life helps manage stress and will influence the success you have in your businesses as well.

Without practicing self-care, you are limiting your potential. We have tools accessible to us everywhere.  The internet makes research and knowledge readily available to anyone searching.  So, why can’t we still seem to control our actions and behaviors? The problem is not knowing what to do, but how to implement the needed changes in our lives, and that’s where self-hypnosis comes in.

What is Self-Hypnosis, and How Does it Work?

To better understand self-hypnosis, we should first define hypnosis. Hypnosis is a practice where suggestions are given to a subject during a state of focused awareness.  In the hypnotic state, the mind is more willing to listen to suggestions, resulting in the suggestions being applied to the subject’s life.

Self-Hypnosis references the practice of a person providing suggestions to themselves while inducing their state of hypnosis, and is usually, but not always accompanied by a relaxed state.  Using audios from certified hypnotherapists, like UpNow, is a great way to start your hypnotherapy practice to help guide you in understanding the process and creating the best practice for you and your goals.

Certified Hypnotherapist, Christine Deschemin says “During self-hypnosis, bypassing the critical factor enables you to achieve a heightened focus and enhanced awareness. By rebalancing the brain’s activity, you can harness the natural power of your brain and overwrite the programming that holds you back.”  

 

Benefits of Self-Hypnosis

Hypnosis will help guide you towards changing your mindset and lead you to have your thoughts work with you.  This can be applied to many different areas of your life, including your professional life.  Our actions are a result of learned behavior, and our subconscious mind affects many of the decisions we make. By implementing self-hypnosis into your daily routine, you will change your thoughts, and as a result, adjust your actions to accomplish the outcomes you are looking for.

Healthy Body

If you are trying to lose weight, but find you lack self-discipline, you can use self-hypnosis to guide you towards making the right decisions.  What’s so great about self-hypnosis is that you can guide your practice to suit your specific needs, whether you struggle from emotional eating, sugar cravings, or portion control, you control your goal in your self-hypnosis practice.

Self-hypnosis can help adjust not only your eating habits but your motivation to exercise. Again, your self-hypnosis practice is adjustable to you and your needs.  A healthy body is empowering.  Having a healthy body will support a healthy mind and vice versa.  Our mind-body connection is powerful, and we need to care for both.  Performance coach, Stephen Claybourn, believes that if you don’t take care of your body, you won’t be able to take proper care of your business.

Healthy Mind

Everybody has their own emotional and mental struggles they face daily.  Too much stress can lead to serious health problems if not managed.  Stress not only affects our physical health but also affects our ability to perform at our peak. Healthy amounts of stress can drive motivation, but too much can leave people burnt out.  Self-hypnosis can help you manage and control your stress, providing a happier, healthier, and more successful life.

Self-hypnosis does not only target stress.  There are so many other limitations we place on ourselves that, if not managed, will have a negative impact on our success and our happiness.  Lack of confidence will limit people by discouraging them from taking steps forward. Manifestation and success coach, Kathleen Cameron, says, “You cannot outperform your self-image.”

Let self-hypnosis guide you to having confidence that will allow you to succeed.  This isn’t the only limiting mindset that needs to be managed, fear of failure prevents people from taking action, a lack of concentration can lead to disorganization and a decrease in productivity, and your self-esteem has a direct influence on your actions. It will either drive your success or block it.  Do not let your mind prevent your progress, train it to help you succeed.

Enhanced Life

Having a daily hypnotherapy routine is an important part of your self-care.  This practice requires no more than 30 minutes out of your day to find a time to sit and listen to your specific self-hypnosis audios.  Consistency is key, and implementing this tool will help change your physical health, your emotional health, and your mental health.  Each one of which will influence the other and have an impact on the other areas of your life.  Use trusted hypnotherapy tools to guide you towards the success and fulfillment you want to find in life.

I am a physician and career entrepreneur. After studying medicine, I founded a social media marketing agency and a fitness equipment company as well as direct a non profit. My goal is to inspire others to achieve their dreams and create the freedom in their life that they know is within reach. I host a podcast Mentors Collective to interview some of my favorite business minds.

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