This is an inner conflict at an unconscious level that prevents us from taking action on something we consciously desire. Hypnosis can help identify and resolve the conflict that prevents us from moving forward.
Bannister’s 4-minute mile is the iconic example of breaking the barriers of possibility. What the mind can imagine, the body can achieve. In running, sports and life, hypnosis creates the belief that you can achieve.
Hypnosis helps your mind learn the skill of blocking out self-doubt and fear of others’ negative judgment. By imagining speaking with ease, your mind will record this confidence as real and will replicate it in real life.
Hypnosis can train the mind to block negative thoughts and feelings that interfere with exams and the learning process. Feeling free to learn becomes both a relief and a joy and motivates a student to work towards their goals.
Pain is a necessary survival mechanism but occasionally it gets stuck in a neural repetitive pattern long after the body has fully healed. Hypnosis helps the mind release that pattern as it no serves a function.