With self-hypnosis you have a wonderful tool at hand, from which you can benefit in many ways. Among other things, you can use self-hypnosis to manage stress, boost your immune system, or achieve long-awaited goals.
Think of self-hypnosis as a short break, as a moment of relaxation in a hectic world.
Mindfulness means for us:
- To live in the now and
- Accept without judgment what is now.
For us, mindfulness including self-compassion is the basic requirement of any change. Running away from us does not help.
That’s why you do not just learn a simple self-hypnosis, but a kind of self-influencing technique that affects your body and mind in a sustainable way, allowing long-lasting changes: we call it mindful self-hypnosis.
When do you take your life into your own hands? Is it really selfish to think of yourself? No, it is not. We cannot love another person if we do not love ourselves first.
Self-care is often a very unpleasant thing.
Self-care can include making a spreadsheet of your debt and enforcing a morning routine and cooking yourself healthy meals and is no longer you just running from your problems and calling those distractions a solution.
Self-care is doing things you don’t like to do but you have to do, like sweating through another workout or telling a toxic friend you don’t want to see them anymore or figuring out a way to accept yourself so that you’re not constantly exhausted from trying to be everything, all the time.
True self-care is not salt baths and chocolate cake; it is making the choice to build a life you don’t need to regularly escape from.
Self-care means taking responsibility for oneself!
We meet again and again clients who are thinking all the time of other people but not of themself. Who are you when you care for yourself?
For us, the goal of caring is to become the person you know you want to be and are meant to be. Someone who knows that salt baths and chocolate cake are ways to enjoy life – not escaping it.
To learn self-care requires practice, the overcoming of blockages and fears.