|Posted on August 10, 2016 at 10:25 AM|
What makes you happy?
There is plenty of information and advice out there on how to attain happiness: “7 things you won't believe science says can make you happy". Or what about "10 simple things you can do today that will make you happy” on and on. We can find these articles in magazines and online all day. Should we try them all? Is happiness attainable by following all this advice? Where do we really find happiness? What if happiness is within us at all times? What if we saw ourselves put together somewhat like a map ?(Where all these states are within us at all times. (Sadness, hostility, anger, jealousy, hopelessness, overwhelmed, etc...) When we look at a map it is usually because we want to map out a course to reach a destination. We have a starting place and a destination that we would like to reach. We find where we are on the map and then we plan out a course on how to reach our destination. The farther we are from our destination, the longer we realize it can take us. Of course there could be bumps in the road. Twists and turns, some uphill climbs and some downhill coasting...we never really know what the conditions will be like until we are actually there and if we can’t figure out the map ourselves then we ask someone that can help us. The one thing we do know is that we cannot be both places at one time. Would you agree? The same goes for happiness. We cannot be happy when we are stuck in another state (sadness, hostility, anger, jealousy, hopelessness, overwhelmed, etc...
How do we get to the state of happiness?
I would like to propose that we see ourselves like a map:
1. Take a good honest look and find where you are right now?
2. Now see your destination, where is it that you want to be?
3. Have you attempted to reach that destination? And if so, what is it that is in your way? What in your mapped out course can you change?
4. Remember you cannot be in two states at one time.
5. If you cannot figure out a plan for yourself, there are people out there that can help.
Imagine, for a moment, living your life as your happiest, most vibrant and productive self.
If you can imagine it...it's already within your reach.
Hypnosis can be used to help you gain control over undesired behaviors or to help you cope better with anxiety or pain. Mayo Clinic
Hypnotherapy and NLP Neuro-Linguistic Programming are proven to help you get closer to that state of being by enabling people to eliminate negative emotions, change negative behaviors and eliminate self-limiting obstacles in order to increase their happiness and to attain their goals quickly and comfortably. Even a troubled past can be resolved and even turned into a valuable resource by reprogramming the unconscious mind.
Use Hypnotherapy and Neuro-Linguistic Programming to increase your happiness!