Deep down, those who want to achieve anything significant knows change is required. But your lifestyle and habits have not allowed you to make those changes.
You need a different approach.
However, it’s not as simple as telling yourself it’s time for a change. For any number of reasons, many people can’t permanently commit to a new change. You are not alone. For example, you know that commitment and discipline to your plans or goals rather than procrastination will do you a world of good, but you simply can’t stick with it.
This is not just a question of willpower; there are neurological issues at work here.
Think of yourself as entrenched in a comfort zone. You cling to habits that keep you content and away from anything you consider threatening. The sum of your life experience is working against you. Somewhere along the line, your brain has contracted a kind of computer virus and whenever you encounter something threatening, uncomfortable or unknown, that virus throws up a firewall. It locks you into your protective shell, so you maintain status-quo. This infection is either part of a belief system or a deep-seated memory that affects how you approach your daily life.
To achieve effective, long-lasting changes you need to find out what exactly is holding you back. You need to reprogram your brain to embrace positive changes and form a new comfort zone. From there you will re-create your lifestyle and belief system. But it’s difficult to do alone. The most effective way to achieve your goals is to enlist the help of a hypnotherapist. Not just any hypnotherapist – you need one with a Ph.D. who is also a licensed Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) trainer.
You may be wondering why and what the differences are between the two. Let me explain. Hypnotherapy does not just use hypnosis. A hypnotist will lead you into a relaxed mental and physical state, and then send messages to your unconscious mind that will help you improve. However, these messages can circle outside your comfort zone for a long time. They might get in eventually, but you won’t see rapid, long lasting change.
On the other hand, a hypnotherapist will take this method to the next level. This professional will put you into a deeper level of relaxation, and then detect the hidden negative experience that prevents you from adhering to the necessary changes that will help you reach your goals. Once that experience is isolated, the hypnotherapist will render it powerless. When that happens, it’s like taking off the emergency brake of your car while driving. However, this is only part of the solution.
Once you have sorted out why your brain is not letting you achieve your goals, you must reprogram it to keep your mind and body running at their peak. This is the role of the licensed NLP trainer. At its core, NLP is the study of human excellence. When your body and mind perform at the level you desire, keeping weight off is second nature. The crucial change first happens in your mind “mental software,” NLP can also rid you of the negative self-talk which also holds you back.
In a nutshell:
Using a hypnotist to make the necessary changes is like walking to your destination. You will get there, but it takes a while.
Using a hypnotherapist is like taking a bicycle.
Employing a hypnotherapist with a Ph.D. is like taking a car.
Now, using a hypnotherapist with a Ph.D., who also is NLP certified and licensed trainer, that’s like taking a jet.
Dr. Hyong is a Doctor in psychology/hypnotherapy, Certified & Licensed NLP Trainer and completed the most prestigious Achievement Motivation Symposium at Harvard University.
Lectured at U.S. Olympic Training Center
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