In Retrospect, Looking Back
When asked the question: “How Many Hours a Day Do You Think of the Past,” is the number too high?
Every day we are faced with triggers that prompt our mind to take yet another look at the past. We have been in the basement of our past 1000 times, searching around for old and lost items, for memories that stayed intact, but are covered in mold and dust. Why do we keep going down those steps, when we know all we will find will be the trash that we’ve collected for so many years? It’s time to put “the lid on the blender of unpredictability”! (D. Ault)
I have a proposition for you:
Imagine the you are standing atop a beautifully ornate Japanese bridge with a small body of water running beneath. Below you see fish—beautiful koi in many different colors, shapes, and sizes. Each of these fish are memories. If you have ever fed koi before, they will see the food and stay beneath you, gorging until you stop feeding them. They will move on only after you have stopped feeding completely and stop paying active attention to them.
When you stop, they even will jump up with their mouths open wide, as if they are screaming at you to listen and pay attention. However, the more you pay attention, the more you give away your food storage (representing your energy). Even more will they beg. Even more fish gather to bring you further into your memories or distress.
What if you stopped feeding the thoughts (the fish) and just listened, as if you were the third person observer? What would happen then?
Truth be told, most people adept at meditation and peace are highly aware of how easily the deductive mind can be affected by our constant meddling in the past and insistence on believing every thought that moves through our head. Sleep will elude you, as well.
If we take a lesson from The Four Agreements, we can’t even take our own thoughts personally. Some of those thoughts are simply triggers and memories from the past that no longer are true or no longer serve you.
Today, let’s put away the old thoughts by listening but not engaging the thoughts with solutions. Radically forgive your past, today, and make peace with the fact that you can’t undo any of it in thought. You must move forward, live in the moment, and tend ro today as if it were your last.
How do we take control of our energy output and the faces we wear?
We can start with an overview and a budget of exactly what we give daily. And… if you are not on that list, the most important person is missing in your plan. You must be healthy to stay in your game and continue to have a life that is worth living. Don’t forget yourself.
Most of our stressful habits, even negative mind messages begin with a compulsive thought. We must gain control over these subconscious triggers. By stopping the negative thoughts that no longer serve your life, you will increase your joy by 200% immediately and ultimately resolve any tension, habit, smoking, weight gain, anxiety, stress, you name it.
How Hypnosis Will Keep Your Retrospect in Check and Get You Back to Peace?
Hypnotherapy will release habits, help you find peace in your daily chores, such as weight gain, cigarette smoking, and relieve anxiety? One person at a time, hypnosis is changing lives much faster than cognitive therapy. I’ve heard therapists say that hypnotherapy is like talk therapy on Speed.
A great hypnotherapist can help you observe, but not judge, the thoughts in your mind. From this external point of view, you can make radical change in your present thought thinking.
Psychology Today says that “it’s not bad to have negative thoughts …
We just have to stop believing them!” (Change your unhealthy thought process to a positive connection.)
What Is Hypnosis and How Can You Gain Self-Esteem? You will always find everything you need at Hypnosis on Las Olas with 31 years of experience. You can find what we do? and How we do it?
The Physiology of Hypnotherapy:
By going into a subconscious, light sleep or trance, a hypnotists helps find the pathways connecting your outside stimulus to your negative thoughts (food, smoking, anxiety). The work begins in the frontal cortex of your brain!
Disconnect the root cause (stress, relationship problems, no quality ME time) at the foot of the pathway (the place where our response to triggers happens) and build a healthy, new pathway to positive outcomes in your life—a new story for tomorrow.
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I’d love to help you find peace, regain control over your life, and build a bridge to a positive future.
Bo Sebastian, owner for 32 years.
Clinical Hypnosis has been known to help these 145 problems:
145 Ways Hypnotherapy Might Help You…
- Age Regression
- Assist Healing
- Attitude Adjustment
- Career Success
- Change Habits
- Panic Attacks
- Stage Fright
- Stressful days
- Study Habits
- Weight Loss
- Writers Block and much more
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