What clients say
Hypnosis or Hypnotism, these words often puts, not surprisingly the layman in predicament. Stretch your imagination and we see wild images of a Freud-like doctor swinging a pocket watch to and fro in front of someone in deep emotional trouble? If so, don’t worry you’re not alone. This is typical movie images and far from reality.
Any time we start something new it is exciting and we are very motivated and committed. As time goes by, however, the burst of enthusiasm can wane as the reality of how much work is going to be involved kicks in. When you find yourself slacking a little and not being as enthused about the new change or goal you are working towards, that isn’t a sign to quit. It is a sign that it is time to re-commit.
In Part Three, I promised we would get into the resources. Before we do, however, let’s discuss a treasure that most of us have been exposed to, but don’t take nearly enough time out of our day to focus on – the power of prayer. This may offend some people, but I hope it does not; as that is not my intent.
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