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Our latest edition offers a wealth of insight into becoming the best possible you in 2017. Gemma Holmes can help you achieve your goals with small steps instead of big New Year resolutions. Understand how hypnotherapy can help you build your confidence and grab any opportunity available to you. Trevor Silvester takes a more philosophical approach to therapy and coaching, by recognizing the bigger picture and that is the seeking of our ultimate purpose. Lesley McCall helps us to understand the root of unkindness and what we can do about it, in her regular Random Act of Kindness column. Dawn Walton offers an uplifting poem for our Kids Corner Christmas.
In this issue Trevor Silvester helps you understand why sometimes you end up getting the exact opposite of what you want from life; how you can change your thinking and understanding of what drives unconscious behaviours to help you get more from your life. Do you get anxious or overwhelmed with nerves when going for a job interview? Lynne Wilkins shares some great insights into the interview process and how to get those nerves under control. If the mention of incy wincy spider make you want to flee from the room, Sarah Ariss shares a spider phobia case study that can help you understand how Cognitive Hypnotherapy can work with you so you no longer have to experience that fear. We also have a regular piece on Random Acts of Kindness and in this issue Lesley McCall offers some advice to parents about how to use kindness to tame your teenagers and keep themselves sane. If you’re not quite a teenage parent yet but you have little ones running around your feet all day – then Dawn Walton provides you with a Kids Corner story that you can share with your little ones to help them understand some of the things life might throw at them.
In this issue you can learn more about how your brain work and why certain types of fear, uncertainty and anxieties might arise. Trevor Silvester shares insight into our unconscious programming that create a fear of difference. How that fear impact the choices we make and what we can do to ensure, through awareness of this primal fear, we make more updated choices in our lives today. Dawn Walton can help you leave your past behind and focus your thoughts more clearly on the present. We all hate having uncertainty in our future and the more uncertain our future is the more fear, stress and or anxiety we tend to have. Lesley McCall helps you understand why this is and how you can take steps towards gaining a sense of control over your circumstance.
Maria Richards writes about the benefits of changing our perspective in order to change our experience of day to day living. How small changes can empower us to create those bigger life changes that may challenge us.
Lesley Hibberd is back and having jumped out of a plane at 15,000 feet there is no stopping her as she asks the question: Can one person really make a difference? Her answer is yes because you never know where one simple act of kindness could take you and those involved. Speaking of Random Acts of Kindness – we do have a regular column from Tony Burkinshaw dedicated to that very subject and the many, many benefits it can bring.
If you are looking for change and scared to take that first step outside your comfort zone, Samantha Grant has just the story you need to read.
Fancy jumping out of a plane at 15,000 feet? No? Really? Ok so you are not on your own, many people have a fear of heights or some fears that hold them back from enjoying life to the full. Jumping out of plane might not be your thing, BUT imagine if you did let go of your biggest fear, what would be possible then? Watch Lesley Hibberd jump out of that plane after a life long fear of heights.
Fears aren’t the only thing that limit us, the beliefs we hold about ourselves and what we are capable of can limit us too. Our beliefs form a compass for our life direction, so if your life isn’t going in the direction that you would like it to, underlying beliefs could be getting in your way. Beliefs can be powerful but they are changeable, do you still believe in Santa?
The ultimate limiting belief we’ve found in our clients is the belief that ‘I’m not lovable or loved’. A belief that often generates other limiting beliefs such as ‘I’m not worthy, I don’t deserve…’ Once you start to believe that you are lovable and you are loved, so much of your life can begin to change.
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