Positive Change Through Hypnotherapy

In today’s hectic world, we continually search for ways to bring about positive change. Hypnotherapy is a natural and effective process that utilizes the strength of your subconscious mind to improve your life by changing unwanted habits, enabling you to accomplish your goals. Hypnotherapy enables one to overcome stress, anxiety, depression, addictions, eating disorders, phobias and pain.

Many doctors are utilizing hypnotherapy to enhance their prescribed treatment of diseases and disorders, and dentists are utilizing hypnotherapy as an enhancement to anesthesia.

I encourage my clients to utilize hypnotherapy for stress management, as stress is something that everyone deals with at one time or another. In fact, the most troublesome of all stressors in life are the ones that we create for ourselves. Recognizing that we create most of our own stress is extremely important...it is the first step in dealing with it.

Our quality of life is not so much dependent on how much money we make, or even how much leisure time we have, but on how much we enjoy and appreciate what we have right here and now.

Remaining in the present is very important to our well-being. It is here, that we have all the power, control and serenity to direct our lives and our thoughts. We are not promised tomorrow; therefore, we should not allow ourselves to stress out over it. The same holds true for our past...given the opportunity to make the choice today, we may chose differently; however, every choice we made in the past and the experience we encountered because of that choice, made us WHO we are today!

Our subconscious mind “helps” us to reflect on the thoughts that are currently dominating our conscious mind. Being non-judgmental, the subconscious mind actively supplies us with the kind of thoughts that it thinks we want.

This is why it is so very important to be aware of what our messages are to ourselves, what words we use, and how they affect our current thinking. We have the ability to select our thoughts, as we desire and hypnotherapy guides the process. Avoid negative self-talk, pessimistic thinking, self-criticism and over-analyzing. Don’t undermine your worth by comparing yourself to others. Don’t set YOUR goals by what other people deem important. Looking at things more positively, seeing problems as a chance to show off your talents and keeping a sense of humor are key factors in coping with and managing stress.

Since we are in the mode of positive change, I’d like to share part of a Nepalese Prosperity Mantra entitled, Instructions for Life:

Take into account that great love and great achievements involve great risk.

When you lose, don’t lose the lesson.

Follow the three R’s: respect for self, respect for others and responsibility for your actions.

Don’t let a little dispute injure a great friendship.

Remember not getting what you want is sometimes a wonderful stroke of luck.

When you realize you’ve made a mistake, take immediate steps to correct it.

Spend some time alone.

Open your arms to change, but don’t let go of your values.

Remember that silence is sometimes the best answer.

Judge your success by what you had to give up in order to get it.

Remember that the best relationship in one in which your love for each other exceeds your need for each other.

In concluding, please remember to call your mother, as Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 10th!


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Bonnie Morét is an award-winning photographer recognized by The Georgia Council of the Arts as "an exceptional representation of contemporary Georgia art work." Her photography is featured on Georgia Public Broadcast's Georgia Traveler. Her exhibitions include Fifth Annual Exposure Awards at Musee du Louvre in Paris, France, Art Takes Miami at Scope Art during Art Basel Miami, Metro Montage XIII at the Marietta/Cobb Museum of Art, World of Water at the Georgia Aquarium, Open Walls at Black Box Gallery in Portland, Oregon, Wholly Georgia: A Look at the Effects of Southern Religious Culture, sponsored by the Art History League and Georgia State University, at Mint Gallery in Atlanta, Georgia, 6x6 at the Rochester Contemporary Arts Center in Rochester, New York, @Phonography: Dialogue in the Wireless Age, at 3 Ring Circus in New Orleans, Louisiana, and About Lands and Lives of the Civil War at the 6th Cavalry Museum in Ft. Oglethorpe, Georgia. Her photography appears in Modern Luxury/The Atlantan, Jezebel Magazine, and hangs in the executive offices at the Georgia State Capitol as part of the Art of Georgia exhibit. Corporate clients include Atlanta Ballet, Atlanta History Center, Chanel Cosmetics, Christian Dior Cosmetics, Sharp Mountain Vineyards, PM Realty Group, Granite Properties, Road Atlanta, Patrón Tequila, StubHub, CBM Records and The Washington Auto Show.