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Self hypnotherapy

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By S L J    

Mar 23rd, 2022 00:54
Self hypnotherapy

I posted as a guest by mistake apologies

I have recently qualified as a hypnotherapist, I have a few things I want to work on myself.
🌸Weight loss
🌸Giving up sugar and reducing carbs (I am diabetic)
🌸Dental phobias
🌸And safety phobias
How can I do this without over loading my mind please?
Thank you


Sharon Coates
Sharon Coates
Mar 24th, 2022 02:41
Re: Self hypnotherapy

Me personally would start working on one at a time, once I feel I've achieved that one move on to the next. I'd start with the confidence, because if you have confidence, then you will feel even more confident in what ever you choose next. This is only my personal opinion. Hope this helps. I've had more than one issue, I found this helped, however, what's good for our is not necessarily good for another.


Mar 24th, 2022 22:40
Re: Self hypnotherapy

Hello thank you , I will definitely try that, I was thinking confidence too.


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