Each of my clients is an individual, it makes my life interesting. No case is the same. A client came to see me because birds especially pigeons were making them overreact. If they were out eating outside at a cafe somewhere and a bird came too close. The bird would make them feel uncomfortable and they would end up screaming. They were going down to London in a few days and we’re going to visit Trafalgar square which was full of pigeons.
I quickly got word back that the session had already started to have some effect on them. They hadn’t overreacted when visiting Trafalgar Sq. in London. Hypnotherapy isn’t a quick fix solution, it can take 1 to 5 sessions to resolve an issue. But on top of that, I provide you with a tailor-made Hypnotherapy session on CD to take away. You need to use the CD daily to get maximum effect out of it.
I have since heard that the client has conquered their fear of birds and has referred more clients on to me.
Fear or Phobia
Whatever your fear or phobia, to start with each session is preceded by a 15-minute chat about the issue. This enables me to direct your subconscious mind while under Hypnosis. I then guide you into a deep state of Hypnosis using language and visualisation.
Once in a deep state of Hypnosis, I suggest the positive outcome you are looking for. Hypnosis is like a light sleep that you may have one lazy afternoon, while on holiday. I extend this sleep but also use it to your benefit. All Hypnosis is self-hypnosis, I am the guide and you follow along.
Any negative memories from your past that are contributing to your fear are gradually released by your subconscious mind to reevaluate and store back in a more healthy way. Positive suggestions implanted while in Hypnosis change behaviours and beliefs.
Group sessions Sheffield and Rotherham
I can do one to one Hypnotherapy sessions in Dinnington or travel further afield to Sheffield or Rotherham to conduct group Hypnotherapy sessions. If you live further afield I can do telephone consultations.
You can ring me on (0044) 01909 282435.
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My experience of doing a firewalk and how we were programmed to do it safely and successfully using Hypnosis. Always use a qualified firewalk instructor.
I did a Firewalk on my 40th birthday, to celebrate it in a different way. Rather than do it as a sponsorship, I just made a donation to the cancer charity. I had first come across Fire walks when I heard about Tony Robbins and his version of Neuro-Linguistic Programming N.L.P., one of my N.L.P. trainers had been on one of his courses and carried out a fire walk.
Because other people had done a fire walk, I believed it was possible but didn’t know how it was achievable. Before we did the fire walk we had to go in a room for an hour or so to be psyched up for doing it.
The person leading the firewalk said there would be no dishonour in walking away from a fire walk, but in x number of years, he said nobody had walked away on his watch. At this point, my hands tingled and I thought I could do it.
I can’t remember the exercises we did, but I know we had to shout a lot and get into a certain state of mind, which I assumed was a state of Hypnosis. We also had to shout a particular word and cheer others on when they were doing it, a post-hypnotic suggestion.
When we came out they were preparing the fire and you can see flames in the picture. By the time we did the firewalk the flames had gone, but the coals were at the hottest and red. I can remember wanting to do it as soon as possible while it was at its hottest. It isn’t really a fire walk, more like a slow run, you aren’t really supposed to admire the scenery. I ensured I ran through the hottest looking part of the coals. I was disappointed that the fire walk was only about 15/20 feet long because it didn’t look very big in my mind.
After the firewall, I could find no damage on my feet and the coals actually felt wet. Some months later I picked up a hot coal which I thought was cool when using a BBQ later in the summer and burnt my hand.
Note the Orbs in the Photograph where I am actually doing the fire walk. The Orbs could be specs of dust from the fire, or ice particles in the air from a cold March night or it could have been something out of the ordinary.
Enjoy the rest of the pictures, there was a drumming exhibition for those not doing the fire walk and also a fire eater on the remainder of the pictures.
Ensure you always do a fire walk with people trained to do this safely.
One to one, group Hypnotherapy in Sheffield. Or I can do a telephone consultation and provide a tailor-made Hypnotherapy Mp3 for those living elsewhere in the UK or the world.
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