As I was talking about hypnosis today in the café I had someone approach me and tell me that he doubted hypnosis could be used to induce pain. He said pain like the kind you get when someone says your a douche is not real pain. This is a community challenge for application. How or what you would do with hypnosis to demonstrate this is your challenge. Put yourself in this situation and use apply what you know. Punching the guy in the face is not going to work here. You're goal is to describe what you could do and put those skills to work in a potential application. Don't read any farther until you think this through for yourself and apply your skills to the problem. Good luck!
2020 Is finally here and what best way to start the year than to start a new self love routine?
You have 6 hours of homework to do, but Bailey’s birthday lunch is today.
We've all been there. That deadly monster called procrastination has hit us all and I am sure every one of you out here reading this article has felt guilty mindlessly browsing on the internet for hours at a stretch without keeping track of the time. Before you know it, you've spent your entire day online without any productive task accomplished. If its not online, your mind will find some or the other reason to deviate you from your task and switch to something else. As a college student, I remember every time I had an important assignment or a project to complete, which I had no motivation to do, I would find other menial tasks that would make me feel slightly productive, like clean my room instead or do my laundry. Here's the trick now, your mind can be tricked into increasing the significance of a task and hence getting to work! The good part about beating this procrastination demon and getting to work is awareness. By the looks of it, if you're reading this article, you have reached that stage. Without further ado, I will break down the steps needed to actually quit procrastinating and getting to work.
"If you can see it in your mind, you can hold it in your hands." - Bob Proctor
I'm constantly learning. One of the biggest lessons I've had to learn and am still learning about is confidence. It's hard to be confident, right?! Sometimes I find that I really struggle with this, and my biggest insecurity is other people disapproving of what I do. I'm especially sensitive to this, and I've always been worried about being perfect and meeting expectations.
I tend to be an over-planner. I used to make multiple plans for one weekend just to ensure that I never had downtime or stayed in on Saturday night. I would often tell myself that “I am a loser” if I spend a Saturday night watching Netflix alone. I’d rather have anyone to spend time with someone, versus time alone. This was really intimidating and would cause a lot of anxiety.
I wouldn’t say I have my life together. Not in the slightest. I’m nearly in my twenties and don’t drive, I work part-time in a job that people wouldn’t call a “proper” job, and I have no clue what I want to do with my life. However, I do know I want more to my life than what already exists.
This is for the dreamers who are waking up to their desires, speaking it into life, and taking the leap of faith in pursuing their dreams. To you, I pray that you follow your heart.
The only person you should try to be better than is the person you were yesterday. ~ Unknown
“…You know that story of the Russian cosmonaut?…He sees the curvature of the Earth for the first time…and he’s lost in that moment. And all of a sudden (he hears) this strange ticking...few hours into this, begins to feel like torture. A few days go by with this sound, and he knows that this small sound… will break him. He’ll lose his mind…So the cosmonaut decides…the only way to save his sanity… is to fall in love with this sound. So he closes his eyes… and he goes into his imagination, and then he opens them. He doesn’t hear ticking anymore. He hears music. And he spends the sailing through space in total bliss… and peace.”