Do you ever get inspired to make a change ...
But when it comes to actually doing it, you find yourself binging Netflix instead?
Maybe you even wonder, “What in the world is wrong with me? I know what to do. I just don’t do it.”
Good news, my friend. There is nothing wrong with you.
Nada. Zip. Zilch.
You simply have two different motivators that are working at cross purposes.
One of them is in your conscious awareness.
It’s what you know you want.
But the other one is hidden in your subconscious mind, which makes up a whopping 94-96% of your brain power.
So when there's a battle between the conscious and the subconscious — the subconscious always wins.
Take a recent client of mine.
She'd already reached some big milestones in her business.
Yet to break through to her next level of success, she needed to do a lot more public speaking.
Unfortunately, that’s when all her demons kicked in.
She’d hear a little voice in her head saying, “What do you know? You’re bothering me. Just sit there and shut up.”
Clearly the conscious part of her wanted to succeed.
But a subconscious part of her felt threatened.
And that part wanted nothing more than to keep her safe and hidden.
So in our hypnosis together, we eliminated all the old fear, guilt and shame she'd picked up along the way.
She felt so free, she started doing Facebook Lives every week ...
And picking up a lot more clients.
Later when someone asked her how she felt about being in the public eye that much, she said:
“I knew in my heart I could do it. But now I OWN this space.”
That’s why I love the healing power of hypnosis, especially for women.
Using a process that’s as natural as daydreaming, we remove the hidden blocks that are keeping you stuck ...
So you get to enjoy the success you deserve.
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DISCLAIMER: As a certified professional hypnosis specialist, my role is to help you resolve everyday problems using hypnosis. I am not a medical doctor nor a mental health practitioner. I do not diagnose, prescribe, treat, cure or heal any physical, mental or emotional illness