Over the last 2 years I have helped over 100 people get freedom from their anxiety/ panic attacks in my private practice while also being involved in community projects and also serving as a vice-president for the merchant association in Union City, California. In many ways, I am living a life that I absolutely never dreamed possible.
Empower yourself to take action and live the best life that you envisioned!
The key to being successful at anything in life lies in the dual mastery of Focus and Concentration. At some point in our lives we have all suffered setbacks because of our lack of focus and concentration. In this day and age with the use of technology devices and social media apps, our sensory perceptions are being overly stimulated which makes being focused an overwhelming chore. Whether you are a kid, a teenager, a college student, an entrepreneur or a scholar, mastering the art of focus and concentration will definitely allow you to experience more success, more productivity and efficiency in your life.
As a hypnotherapist, I have worked with hundreds of people struggling with anxiety over the past four years.
It has been very rewarding for me to see my clients go from a place where they believed that something was wrong with them, to discover that they are great; they are enough and go about creating their lives filled with real joy and happiness.
Did you know that you can literally brainwash your mind into any new habit that works for you?
Here is the thing, all facets of life is hypnotic. And that is actually a very good thing. What you focus your attention on will expand, and this is true for everything that you do in life. By implementing daily even 3 to 4 of the principles that I am about to share, you will begin to strengthen your “Will Power” which will allow you to begin incorporating the habit/lifestyle you desire in no time.
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As with everything in life we always find a way to stop, sabotage ourselves and get set in our ways. Being lazy is something we learn. Overtime, we might make excuses as to why we don’t take action. After a while it becomes the natural way of “being” if you don’t follow through with your goals. If we don’t take any action in the moments that we feel lazy, we reinforce the habits of laziness which in turn creates chronic laziness and depression. Here are 5 steps to overcome chronic laziness.
As a hypnotherapist, I have worked with hundreds of people struggling with anxiety over the past four years. It has been …
Did you know that you can literally brainwash your mind into any new habit that works for you? Here is the thing, all facets …