By Stephanie K. Smith, C.HT, MBA

June/July 2017

Why are you your own worst critic? Life is easier when your mind helps you instead of insulting you. That “not-so-nice” little voice you hear in your head is coming from your subconscious. Your subconscious is like a huge memory bank with nearly unlimited capacity.

It permanently stores everything that happens to you. Its job is to make sure you respond just the way your life experiences have programmed you to react. All of your habits of reacting are stored in your subconscious mind. It has memorized your comfort zones and works to keep you in them. Hypnosis can change that.

Forget that stuff on TV! With today’s hypnosis there is no barking like a dog or quacking like a duck.

In the process of hypnotherapy you are in an office and talked into a state of relaxation that’s a lot like guided meditation. You remain awake, in control, and fully aware of everything going on around you. Your mind and body are strongly connected. When you are relaxed, your subconscious is able to take in new ideas that will help you change your thoughts and feelings. Your hypnotherapist is a guide. It’s your own powerful mind that makes the changes.

Changes like – feeling comfortable networking with clients, confidently speaking up in a big meeting, ending procrastination, or stop stressing out about your to-do list.

No need to struggle along with unwanted feelings or “grin and bear it” anymore. When you talk to a hypnotherapist, you start talking to your subconscious in a language it understands for fast change and lasting results.

The Hypnosis Center of Howard County 2850 N. Ridge Road #107B | Ellicott City, MD 21043 | 410-204-1401 | www.HCofHC.com

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