7 Healthy Habits Hypnotherapy Can Help You Create
Everyone struggles with their bad habits in the past and right now, whether it’s nail biting, hair chewing or twirling, and smoking for example.
What about forming good habits though? We never really seem to think about what they are and how we use them, do we?
Let’s turn the spotlight over to these kinds of habits, because sometimes it’s nice to highlight the positive and not just the negative. These seven good habits can be learned when you undergo hypnotherapy.
1. Public Speaking
Are you always avoiding day-to-day life-affecting things like asking for directions, talking to the cashier at the store, or going to a job interview? You may have a fear which goes beyond making a speech.
Hypnotherapy helps to alleviate the fear of public speaking by addressing the root cause of the issue in your subconscious. By using suggestion and visualization and interactive therapy techniques we can encourage positive thinking, boost your confidence, and reduce your anxiety to help you feel calm and collected if you have to speak in public.
2. Concentration and Focus
In order to work on our concentration and focus, we must clear the mental clutter from our minds. We don’t realize it, but we end up picking up mental clutter the same way in which we pick up physical clutter. If we don’t deal with this clutter as it occurs, it builds up over time and will take up space in your mind.
Mental clutter can look like:
- Inability to concentrate
Hypnotherapy can teach you to concentrate deeply and identify the matters you need to address. Together, we’ll be able to reframe each matter individually and resolve them like you’re deep cleaning your mind. When undergoing hypnotherapy for focusing, you can make subconscious changes which simplify the process. You will learn to focus on making small changes that create a big impact on your day-to-day life, rediscover what makes you shine, and rediscover your passion in life.
3. Study Habits
Academic accomplishment relates to four key abilities:
- Studying and remembering facts
- Seeing how these facts fit together and form larger patterns of knowledge
- Thinking for yourself in relation to facts
- Communicating your knowledge vocally or writing it down
Our brains are designed to store information and retrieve information. It’s when we are stressed however when our “mental environment” hinders our brain’s natural abilities.
With hypnotherapy, we can teach your brain to use techniques to maximize its ability to absorb and retain information and create easy recall when needed. It can also help to understand the information and communicate it.
Hypnotherapy also gives your mind a break from the anxiety, helping to relax any tension you may be carrying, which may or may not be study or test anxiety related.
4. Confidence Building
The “inner voice” tends to have its way with how we see ourselves and it puts a damper on our self-confidence, and self-esteem.
Using hypnotherapy, we are able to quiet that negative “inner voice” of yours using the power of suggestion. We can reframe these unconscious, automatic thoughts. We can get to the root cause of where your low self-esteem has come from and help prevent your overly critical thoughts from rearing their ugly heads.
5. Healthy Eating
We all know how difficult it is to eat healthy and do what’s best for our bodies, especially with the addition of online delivery services like Skip the Dishes and DoorDash.
This is where I’d like for you to look at it from a different, more positive perspective. The key is the psychological strategy.
We know that exercise is an important part of staying healthy, and all we need is a small walk each day, or perhaps 10 minutes on a bike outside or at home, or skipping or dancing or doing something creative that you find works for you and your body.
Food intake and a healthy relationship with food is the most important relationship. Yes, relationship.
Hypnotherapy for this good habit comes in different forms, such as my program called the Virtual Gastric Band (if you’ve got a significant amount of weight you’re looking to loose), or if you’re just looking to reshape your relationship with food, and create a healthy balance, a regular session with me will help as I can tailor your sessions to work toward your goals.
Hypnotherapy for healthy eating isn’t simply going, “Here, eat a carrot,” and then calling it a day. It’s a conscious effort to send this intention to your subconscious, training your brain to release cravings for certain foods, and learning how to shift to choose something better for you. You don’t need to feel like you are on a diet or feel deprived of anything when you use hypnotherapy techniques to address eating habits.
Gratitude isn’t always something we remember to do. Even while knowing it has many benefits, helping with positivity, and contributing to greater success in work, health, and a higher sense of well-being, it can still be difficult to keep up the practice.
Sometimes it’s a good idea to keep a gratitude journal, to write 3 things you’re grateful for right before bed. Some find this recommendation difficult at first, but easier as time goes on.
Hypnotherapy can help you practice gratitude with some visualization techniques if you need more than just a gratitude journal. It can also add some positivity tools into your subconscious arsenal.
If you feel like the world around you is against you, like people are selfish and mean, and you find it hard to find the good in difficult situations, you may have what’s called a scarcity mindset.
The scarcity mindset leads toward the dark path of negativity, depression, and regrets.
Hypnotherapy can help to form a good habit that’s often referred to as the abundance mindset. It is positive, focusing on the limitless possibilities life has to offer.
When you have an abundance mindset, you believe life is plentiful, and you’re optimistic about your future, even with bumps along your path. You keep things in perspective and focus on the whole picture when making decisions.
Hypnotherapy for abundance can help with confronting fears, beliefs, and feelings. To create positive healthy habits and act with confidence, you need a positive attitude, and this starts with your mindset.
Now you know more about how hypnosis can help to form good habits. If you’re more interested in seeing how hypnotherapy can break your bad habits, check out Using Hypnosis for Breaking Bad Habits.
And as usual, if you have any more questions about learning good habits, or you’d like to make it a goal with a hypnotherapist’s help, I’m just a phone call away.
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