• A lack of confidence can restrict enjoyment of life, meeting new people, joining groups, clubs and can even hamper with work prospects.
  • To be confident means having the quality of being certain of your abilities or of having trust in people, plans or the future.
  • Confidence is not necessarily something you either have or you don’t. You’re not just born with it. It is absolutely something that can be developed. Because feeling confident can have such a significant impact, it is very worthwhile to find ways to increase it. Hypnosis is an excellent way to do this. For some people, hypnotherapy can bring about results much more quickly and easily than traditional therapy or self-determination. The results are often lasting in many cases.
  • One of the reasons hypnosis is so popular is because it is relatively inexpensive and has essentially no risk. And the results can be very quick without a lot of struggle and effort. Hypnosis works by accessing the unconscious mind so that positive changes can be made via the power of suggestion. During the hypnosis session, you will be guided into a highly relaxed state.  The process of reaching this state is referred to as the “hypnotic induction” and the extremely relaxed state is referred to as a “hypnotic trance”. You are not asleep during this time, but your mind is highly focused, and your anxiety is greatly reduced. This is important because anxiety and fear create resistance. The less resistance you have the more open to suggestion and change you will be.
  • Hypnotherapy will identify and remove the causes of stress, helping you cope well with the above situations, improve self-image and gain skills to remain calm and allow your true self to emerge.

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  • Does the thought of speaking in public leave you with butterflies in your stomach and your legs feeling like jelly?
  • No matter the size of the public address, speaking in front of a few friends, wedding speech to full public addresses, most people feel uncomfortable speaking in public.
  • Public speaking can cause the following anxieties:
  • Unfamiliar situation – because we speak in public rarely, the rarity of the situation causes anxiety.
  • Self consciousness – image, speech, grammar etc.
  • Fear of isolation – alone on the stage, by yourself and no one for back up in case of forgotten lines etc.
  • Hypnosis can help with building up your confidence, helping you to remain calm and relaxed. You can learn how to recognise your body’s unique reaction to stress and anxiety and to develop new healthy and positive ways of thinking and feeling.
  • Deep relaxation techniques used in hypnosis help you to focus inwards and start to build your feeling of confidence, calm and self-belief.