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Friday, May 24 2013

 Why Can’t I Sleep?


How many times have you asked yourself this question or said the words, “I Can’t sleep?”  I had a client tell me she is not a ‘sleeper’. I asked her, “You don’t sleep?” Her response was, “well, I sleep but only for 4 hours at a time.” So, I said, “you do sleep but you keep telling yourself you don’t.” And therein lies the problem. All hypnosis is self-hypnosis! Every time you tell yourself something, you are creating a new reality.  Change your self-talk. Be careful what you say to yourself because your unconscious mind does not know the difference between reality and fantasy. It is like a camcorder recording all your experiences and thoughts, the good, the bad and the ugly. “I’m not a sleeper,” is one example or, “I can’t lose weight,” or “smoking relaxes me.” None of those are true, but they become your reality. They become your truth.

There many causes of insomnia. It can be sleep apnea, stress, caffeine, eating late or medicines. Except for sleep apnea, which sometimes goes away with losing weight, they can all be eliminated without medical help. Insomnia can run in families. Did you hear your parents complaining that they ‘can’t sleep’ or ‘our family are poor sleepers.” If you believe you can’t sleep, you’re right! However, everyone sleeps, eventually. Sleep, like eating, is just a habit. We get into a poor sleep habit and then the fear of not being able to sleep prolongs the habit.

Quality sleep can make the difference between a happy or miserable life. Our mind and body require sleep. People who don’t sleep well cannot lose weight, are cranky and get depressed.  

There are ways to overcome sleep problems without drugs.  You can do it, if you believe you can. Relearning to sleep begins with changing self-talk. Eliminate the word insomnia from your vocabulary. It is just a fear-based belief. Change the belief to; “sleep is easy and I fall asleep and stay asleep.” Repeat that over and over again, fake it till you make it! Change the fear of not being able to sleep, to motivation to learn how to relax your mind and body.  Learning to relax not only feels good, its good for you.  There are many ways to relax and I will list a few:  Meditate or create a movie in your mind that brings you a calm, relaxing feeling.  Stop eating 3 hours before bed. Avoid TV if it creates heightened emotions. Learn progressive relaxation. Take 3 long, slow deep breaths and then focus your awareness on your breath. If your mind begins to wander, or thoughts pop into your head, let them come and let them go without a second thought. Refocus on your breath. Clear your mind. One way to clear your mind is to tell yourself to clear your mind and write down everything you need to remember for tomorrow, on a piece of paper by your bed. Use relaxing music and expect to sleep. Learn self-hypnosis to reprogram your mind. Instead of saying “I can’t sleep.” Say, “I can’t stay awake.” Your unconscious mind does whatever you say! You can’t find sleep, it has to find you but you have to be willing to relax and let it happen.

I can help you relearn how to sleep. Hypnosis is most effective for changing those bad habits!  If not now, when?


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Wednesday, May 15 2013

In light of the recent tragedy in Boston, many people are asking the logical question: What is in someone’s mind that drives them to randomly killing innocent people?  The answer, “they” say, is complex. As a certified hypnotist, to me, it is not that complex.

My goal is to help you understand how the mind works. Once you understand the mind, you can get it to work for you instead of against you.

We have two distinctly different minds, conscious and unconscious.

The unconscious is also called  subconscious. The conscious mind is logical, rational and analytical but only a small part of you mind. The unconscious mind, larger, contains emotions, beliefs, habits and memories and cannot distinguish between right and wrong, true or false. Its goal is comfort and protect us. It protects us against danger, real or imagined.

When we are born, our minds are like a blank hard drive of a computer. Our experiences, the good, the bad, and the ugly, create our programming.  Throughout our life we get programmed and reprogrammed. Some programming is voluntary;  attending classes, join religious groups, or political groups etc. We expose our selves to those thoughts or beliefs the group. Thoughts create feelings and feelings create behaviors. A belief is a thought that you, or someone else, repeats over and over again.  When that thought comes with passion and comes from someone you respect or feel connected with, it has a lot of power.  Think about the beliefs you have gotten from your parents. Some of them were good and empowering, while others were damaging and filled with unnecessary fears and hate. There are beliefs you got in school from your peers, some were bullies or out of ignorance or jealousy, made you feel insecure.  Sometimes the influence comes from another source, video games, in the case of children and adults who watch them. While watching video games, or TV, we are actually in a state of hypnosis and very susceptible to mind changing feelings.All those old thoughts, feelings and beliefs are kept in the unconscious mind until replaced with a more powerful or compelling belief.  Even though the video experiences are not real, the unconscious mind does not understand that, and there in lies is the danger.

Values are beliefs we hold dear to us and they influence all of our thoughts and feelings. When we behave in a way that goes against our values, we feel guilty. When the thoughts about a behavior are supported by our values, or the values we adopted from someone else, the convictions become stronger and the behaviors appear justified in our mind.  When someone else’s values or opinions are imposed on us, we have a choice. We can reject or accept the opinions of others. When we have poor self esteem, we are easily influenced by others.

When you stop and analyze your self-talk or the thoughts that keep repeating in your mind, ask yourself a few questions: Are the thoughts positive or negative? Who first said that to you? What if they were wrong or mistaken? Are your thoughts or feelings based on old, out dated information that your unconscious mind could not filter? What would you rather think or feel about yourself? Begin by creating a new message in your self-talk that brings you closer to feeling the way you want to feel and disregard all the old thoughts and beliefs that are getting in the way of your personal success.  Self-talk in my business is called self-hypnosis. You can create the reality you want by taking control of your thoughts and beliefs. Do it now, before someone else does!


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