There are common occurrences shared by all of us throughout our lives. One is the less than pleasant reality of being confronted with something we do not like about ourselves or our lives. We may find a flaw through self-reflection and analysis in our private time, or we may have it thrown in our face; maybe by losing a job or a partner. No matter how we are confronted with it, it really sucks to not have the life we want or be the people we want to be. The goals of Hypnotherapy and Life-coaching are self-realizations that can help define the path we’re on, find where we want to go, and keep ourselves from falling back down the old path in the future.
Many of us do not take the time or devote the concentration needed to explore our inadequacies or the roots of our unhappiness or frustration. What we seem to do instead is project these broadly out into the world, then we grow frustrated at how the world works. It seems that society as a whole, or pieces of it, seems to be spinning out of control. We can feel powerless to change the world, or help society, or fix the government, etc.
So how do we change the big picture, for the better, over the long term? We do that by fixing what we can, ourselves. We all have the power to change ourselves. We commonly forget that all society consists of, are individual people. Therefore societal problems are merely conglomerates of the problems facing billions of people. Therefore, we all have the power to change the world, as long as we focus on our own problems, not the problems we attribute to others. All society’s big issues are the outcome of the issues facing billions of individuals.
“Few will have the greatness to bend history itself; but each of us can work to change a small portion of events, and in the total; of all those acts will be written the history of this generation.” John F. Kennedy
The disconnect we all face between recognizing what we want to change and actually changing comes with recognizing, in real time, the opportunity to change our ways instead of carrying on as usual. This is where hypnotherapy and life-coaching can help us the most. We have all looked back on situations we wished we’d handled differently. By learning why we acted that way in hypnotherapy, we can recognize triggers and actually change our future behavior in the
“If you don’t know where you are going, you’ll end up some place else.” Yogi Berra
Hypnotherapy and life-coaching are tools that empower us to make changes to our own behavior through self-discovery. The best way to effect the change we want to see in the world is to make those changes in ourselves. We may feel powerless to receive, but we can provide for others. We may feel wronged or treated unfairly, but we can treat others fairly. The philosophy behind Hypnotherapy and life-coaching is that the client has all of their own answers within them. You are the one who will recognize your problem and you’re the one who will determine where you want to go from there. It is not about curing you but instead, it’s more about discovering what is blocking you from your own greatness and finding ways to release those blocks and make a plan to create the life you truly desire. Then, by healing ourselves and bettering our own lives we can’t help but to contribute to making a better world for everyone.