dISCOVER THE POWER OF HYPNOSIS FOR CONFIDENCE AND SELF-eSTEEM
Confidence plays an incredibly important role in our lives, whether it’s confidence in relationships, career, finance, decision-making or any other aspect. The ability to approach certain situations with confidence doesn’t come naturally to everyone. Think of confidence as a skill. In order to refine that skill, it’s best to use certain tools and practices to assist you along the way. Hypnosis offers a natural and effective way to do this. Using hypnosis, you’ll learn how to develop confidence in all areas of your life.
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Insecurity, low self-esteem, performance anxiety, and a lack of self-worth often can be traced back to overwhelming negative thought patterns. Some of us may play scenarios over and over in our minds, with each outcome resulting in disaster. We prime ourselves to make decisions out of fear or doubt, instead of approaching conflict or problems with confidence. Plenty of individuals experience self-doubt and low confidence in areas such as:
- Their professional lives
- Social situations
- School or other forms of study
- Relationships, platonic and romantic
- Public speaking
- Financial matters
- General decision making
Low confidence and negative self-talk can sabotage the way we approach life and impact important decisions. In some cases, low self-esteem leads to a loss of motivation in our careers, feeling distanced from our loved ones, and an increase in anxiety and depression, among other challenges. The good news is there are natural, effective options to address low confidence, such as the use of hypnosis and self-hypnosis.
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How Hypnosis Helps to Improve Confidence
In order to address low self-esteem, it’s helpful to be able to make change at the subconscious level of the mind. In working with this area of the mind, rather than the ‘thinking’ or ‘conscious’ mind, lasting change can be made. This method for creating change is called hypnosis and can be administered by a hypnotist but is truly always a self-directed process of self-hypnosis. Hypnosis allows the user to ‘reprogram’ their subconscious mind in order to approach interactions, ideas and decisions with more confidence.
Many people turn to hypnosis in order to address low confidence and other self-esteem-related issues such as:
- Communicating directly and effectively
- Taking initiative at work
- Letting go of the past
- Setting clear boundaries
- Setting and achieving goals
There is no standard-issue way of administering hypnosis, either on another person or on the self. Each hypnosis session is unique and tailored to the immediate needs of the user. In other words, much of the effectiveness of hypnosis can be attributed to its versatility and dynamism. Whether you're struggling with self-doubt, negative thought patterns, or lack of assertiveness, hypnosis can help you.
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- For anyone interested in taking hypnosis into their own hands, applying the techniques that accomplish lasting behavioral change, the Series One training is a life-time access and comprehensive compilation of materials. For anyone who has completed Series One and would like to be eligible to be certified, Series Two is available.
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Hypnosis Helps You Change Negative Thoughts
Hypnosis for confidence helps you identify negative thought patterns that create self-doubt, insecurity, and lack of self-worth. It can be hard to break out of these types of thought patterns, and hypnosis offers help in doing so. Not only can hypnosis help in identifying negative self-talk, hypnosis will help to replace negative thoughts with empowering beliefs, such as "I am capable," "I can achieve my goals," and "My opinion matters". It is effective in helping overcome creative blocks, career indecision, underachievement, and several other issues associated with a lack of confidence.
Hypnosis Supports Confidence in Communication
Shyness, social anxiety, or lack of assertiveness can hold you back from expressing yourself effectively. Through hypnosis for confidence, the connection between your motivation and your actions becomes more clear, allowing you to relax and trust your decisions. . Hypnosis can even help hone specific communication skills like better eye contact, active listening, and assertiveness to increase overall confidence in communication. If you have a hard time setting firm boundaries and communicating directly, those are also great reasons to apply the techniques of hypnosis.
Hypnosis Helps You Relax and Reduce Stress
Stress and anxiety can make you tense, nervous, and unsure about certain situations. And it's probably no shock that people pick up on this kind of body language in others quite easily. We all may be sensitive to what we’re saying and how we’ll be perceived, especially in situations we care a lot about or are important to us. Our minds are incredibly powerful and can, for reasons beyond our understanding, tell us stories that aren’t true. Stories about how we are being perceived and reasons we may feel inadequate or not ‘good enough’.
Although they might not hold any truth, these stories can take hold in not only the mind, but must therefore start running as if ‘true’ in the body. This creates a natural resistance and bias against believing anything else. Hypnosis for confidence allows you to work with this in order to remain connected to your motivation, rather than your mind and body quite literally deflating and dowsing it. Using hypnosis, you’ll develop a personal method for remaining calm and grounded in situations where confidence is key.
Use Self-Hypnosis to Boost Confidence
Self-hypnosis involves the use of various hypnosis techniques applied on the self, with all of the benefits of having it administered by a hypnotist. Using self-hypnosis, you’ll enjoy the added benefit of practicing on your own time, at your own pace and in your own unique style. You can apply self-hypnosis for confidence, anxiety, stress and even for medical purposes including pain management and insomnia. For all the tools and benefits of self-hypnosis, consider diving into Self-Applied Hypnosis Techniques. This gives you instant, lifetime access to all the materials you’ll need in order to hypnotize yourself and achieve your full desired confidence. Explore information-packed materials such as lesson audios, trance-talk videos, guided imagery audios, hypnosis scripts, demo videos, quizzes, experiential sessions, and more!
When to Consider Self-hypnosis for Confidence
Self-hypnosis for confidence is a great asset if you struggle with self-doubt, low self-esteem, anxiety, or negative self-talk. Also, self-hypnosis comes in handy when you have specific goals to achieve. These techniques are available for you anytime, anyplace. Use them on your own time. Such goals could include having the confidence to change your profession, launch a new business, or seek a promotion. Besides restoring confidence, you can consider self-hypnosis to improve sleep, manage pain, and reduce anxiety.
Why Use Self-hypnosis for Confidence?
Self-hypnosis is a more effective way of experiencing or achieving change than working with a therapist. You really are the only one allowing change to your mind and determining what you are available for in your life. It’s not only an excellent alternative to someone else applying it, but a more impactful and effective experience of hypnosis. You might also prefer self-hypnosis over traditional hypnosis for these reasons:
- You have lifetime access to the techniques and tools of self-hypnosis which saves the expense of seeing a hypnotherapist
- You can evolve, in live-time, the tools most effective for you, knowing yourself in a way no one else can
- Self-hypnosis maximizes self-directed change You’ll be naturally supported to take control of your own growth, creating lasting change toward what you want
Learn More About Hypnosis and Self-Hypnosis for Confidence
Whether you're looking to boost your public speaking confidence or feel more confident and self-assured when in tense situations, hypnosis and self-hypnosis can help. Learn how to tap into the power of your subconscious to overcome limiting beliefs and boost your self-esteem. Book an appointment or check out Self-Applied Hypnosis Techniques to learn more about self-hypnosis for confidence.
Sometimes clients will feel an instantaneous improvement, while others report a more gradual transition. Keep in mind that every session will make an effect, but there is no need for ongoing treatment as hypnosis is not a long-term therapy.
Yes! The goal of the practitioner is for the client to feel safe and secure throughout the session. At no point in your session will you ‘lose control’ of your mind. In fact, hypnotism is entirely a self-controlled experience and cannot harm you.
Absolutely! Technically speaking, all hypnosis is self-guided since any change that happens in the brain, body or mind is allowed through the client’s participation. Self-Applied hypnosis helps to change not only habits, but your overall sense of self i.e. self-care and self-confidence. If you are interested in using Self-Applied hypnosis techniques, access the material and take control of your own mind!
Absolutely, hypnosis can be applied in combination with other treatment methods such as medication, exercise, therapy, etc.
There is no need to prepare for the session. Your presence and willingness to participate and follow instructions is enough! The idea here is to allow the practitioner to gently guide you through the session, in other words, there is no additional work needed on your end until after your session, when you might be given optional exercises to complete on your own. Self-applying hypnosis preparation can be as simple and instantaneous or as intricate as is your preference.
For the best results, you might choose to define measurable goals, avoiding the use of terms like ‘good’ or ‘better’. For example, ‘I want to feel confident when I am presenting in office meetings’. ‘I want to maintain confidence in my posture and composure when making sales-calls or whenever in large (or intimate) social settings’. The uses for hypnosis are endless - anything you can think of in the mind can be achieved by adjusting your subconscious beliefs in the mind!
Yes, hypnotherapy for confidence can be effectively performed over the phone or on a video call. It’s just as effective virtually as it is in person. Plus, you get to dial in from anywhere and enjoy the comfort of your own space! No traffic or parking!
There are no unwanted side effects from hypnotherapy. Directly after your session you might feel tingles throughout the body and perhaps some light-headedness that usually goes away after a few minutes. On the contrary, most people report feeling lighter and more serene for the first couple of days after their session with lasting energy and often better sleep and focus!
Anyone who is willing can participate in hypnosis. There is no such thing as a person who cannot be hypnotized. Hypnosis is an ancient technique that transcends the client’s level of intelligence, financial standing, lifestyle, etc. If a person can understand language, they can be hypnotized…we’re all already hypnotizing ourselves.
No, you do not have to be in any certain state in your session. Your practitioner will determine which styles of hypnotism to apply. These may be conversational, waking states or deep states of relaxation. There are no rules for your state of mind during hypnosis.
Yes you can drive directly after your session. You may feel more relaxed afterwards but you might also feel more energized and focused.
It is best to have a sense of privacy, even from family members. But if you feel absolutely dependent and can only be comfortable with an additional guest, this may be allowed by your hypnotist.