The research shows that only 8% of people maintain their new year's resolutions. That is because "resolutions" only address the behavior rather than the deeper emotions that drive us to unwanted behavior. We, at The Wellness Institute, address the root cause of our unwanted behavior rather than just the effect. This is the key to sustaining real change. Watch our video and get inspired to follow Your Vision for the New Year.
Many people come to me, in different states of anxiety, fromgeneralized to specified PTSD. They have mild to severe episodes of Anxiety and/or Panic “driving” their lives down aroad they do not want to continue to go down.
Learning to Breath, is the major way out… the major way to start traveling a different road. Sadly, many look at me, at first with a look of, “but I already know how to breathe”OR “ One more person telling me to just breathe and GET OVER IT!
As I reflect on this past two years working professionally and personally with Hypnotherapy, I want the share what I have learned:
First, that Heart-Centered Hypnotherapy is the most unique form of psychotherapy that I have ever come across. It embraces and synthesis the best of the best... Jung's understanding of the workings of the Archetypes... Pearl's motto of "get out of your head and come to your senses"... Burn's mapping of the intra-relationship of the Parent-Child-Adult dynamic.
Change is often simple, but rarely does it come easy. We all carry the energy of resistance, because as much as we might want to change, there is the fear of change/the fear of the unknown within us. Here is some of my recent thoughts about the process of change:
Six Approximations of change:
1. You become aware of the problem or negative pattern and you go into “denial”, a protector surfaces because you see “the solution” and/or the change as a threat.
Our first weekend of Letting Go was a great success. A small, humble beginning to a very profound process. It was great to see & feel Spirit working "It's Magic" as the weekend progressed. The group bonded so quickly that love could be seen pulsing between them as they talked & shared with each other. Even lunch, almost did not need food, as we shared around the table at the Union Grill. It was a spectacular two days, thank you, one & all. Especially to Sarah who traveled from Cleveland to be with us, Her meditations & leading us in Breath Work were invaluable contributions to the weekend.