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The Subconscious Tool Box

January 20, 2020

When we are children, we are told to use our imagination. We can be anything we want, there's no limit to the imagination. That's not a cardboard box, it's a rocket ship and you're an astronaut or that's not mommy's bath robe it’s a princess gown and you are the princess. However, as we get older, we are told to focus, grow up, stop day dreaming! Everyone should day dream, think of wonderfully magical, happy thoughts that allow our mind even for just a few moments to escape and watch that butterfly or air plane in the sky. Or, in my case to stare blankly at a stack of paperwork or computer screen and think of beautifully colored flowers waving in the breeze or something along the lines of "did I remember to put toilet paper on the grocery order". Yes, in a busy world we even occasionally daydream about our grocery lists.

There have been studies that suggest that daydreaming is a sign of an unhappy person, a sign of depression or a sign that a person does not have the ability to focus which leads to unhappiness or depression. Honestly, in my opinion daydreaming is a quick reset for my conscious mind or even the subconscious mind at work just as when we are sleeping, meditating or experiencing hypnosis. The conscious mind rests or sleeps when our physical body is sleeping, in deep meditation or experiencing hypnosis. The unconscious or subconscious mind never sleeps. It is responsible for our respiratory system, heart, brain and all automatic functions of body, it is also responsible for dreaming, as well as holding memories that we may not even remember.

When a person has the desire to make changes in their life utilizing hypnosis it is within the subconscious mind that we work together to make the desired changes. During hypnosis we can bypass the busy conscious mind and work with the subconscious mind. For instance, when someone comes to me with a fear of flying, we first go through what the client physically and emotionally feels when faced with flying. Most commonly it is a feeling of terror, nervousness or perhaps nausea. Then we go through what they feel could possibly happen while they are on the air plane and most often I hear "I'm afraid the plane will crash". Once the client is in the hypnotic state, we can work together to replace those feelings of fear with pleasant feelings associated with flying.

By no means is hypnosis a quick fix, the client must want to make a change and it may very well take one or several sessions to reach the clients desired outcome. There are no guarantees. However, your mind, both conscious and subconscious are the most powerful tools you have in making the desired changes in your life. Why wouldn't you utilize the most powerful tool you have?

What is Past Life Regression?

Februarty 7, 2020

What is Past Life Regression?

(PLR) is a gentle form of hypnosis that takes an individual back through time to their previous lives or incarnations by accessing memories and/or experiences that are normally hidden in their subconscious mind. PLR guides you out of the mundane everyday noises into a deeply quiet and peaceful state where it's far easier to bring the memories from your subconscious mind to the surface. Some of the benefits of PLR are:

Reconnect with past life experiences

Understand why you feel such a deep connection to with certain places

Explore your past life and current soulmate experiences

Identify physical ailments you have, which may be remnants of past life experiences

Acknowledge and embrace the key lessons learned through those lives

Overcoming irrational fears

Understand and eliminate problematic relationship patterns

Overcome bad habits

Please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have concerning PLR Hypnosis or to schedule an appointment to begin your journey in healing and discovery.