Are You Stuck In a Rut?
Do you ever feel like you could be doing more with your life? You may be thinking your life isn’t bad, but it could be better. Perhaps you are feeling stuck, in a rut, and you are unsure how to get out of this situation, or where to go from here. Many people feel this way. Perhaps you’ve given some thought about how to make your life better, but you haven’t been able to solve the dilemma. Or maybe you have tried to make some changes, but find yourself no better off now than before.
Maybe you have issues with your health but don’t know how to improve the situation. Perhaps you’re dissatisfied with your job or don’t get along well with some co-workers. You might wonder if you are in the right line of work or if there is something better. Perhaps you are having difficulty with your partner or spouse but have no idea how to better the relationship. These problems are not unusual. But there is something you may not be aware of. There is a part of you that really knows what you need to do to improve your life.
Marsha Linehan, a psychologist who developed Dialectal Behavior Therapy, speaks about a part of all people that she calls the “Wise Mind.” This is your essence or your strong inner core. It has qualities of love, wisdom and strength. It is elevated consciousness. According to Linehan, the Wise Mind knows and experiences truth. This part of you knows the right thing to do. It helps you see things clearly. It is your inner wisdom and it knows what works. She reports that most adult problems stem from lack of contact with this inner essence. Healing occurs when layers are peeled off, revealing your essence to yourself. As one goes through the therapy process, he or she is then able to reach this inner essence. The problem is that it takes a significant amount of time and is not that easy to accomplish. There is, however, a way to do this that can be much easier and less time consuming. It is through the use of hypnosis.
Many people are now familiar with hypnosis. Perhaps you know somebody who has benefited from it, or perhaps you, yourself, have used it. If so, you understand that hypnosis is very helpful for a wide variety of issues, such as quitting smoking, losing weight, eliminating unwanted habits, overcoming fear, getting help with sleep problems, or dealing with stress, to name a few.
In addition to all of these benefits, hypnosis can be used, as mentioned above, to get in touch with the “Wise Mind” and find solutions to all kinds of problems. This is a part of you that knows what you need to do to solve your problems. It knows things you don’t even know you know.
As great a resource as the Wise Mind is, hypnosis can offer even more. Through hypnosis, you can tap into what has been called the “Super-Conscious Mind". Here, you can make contact with very highly evolved beings (also called guides, masters or angels), and can ask practically any question about your life and get the vital answers to your questions. Are you beginning to see the awesome resources that are available to you? Whether you tap into your Wise Mind or the Super Conscious Mind, you can get incredibly valuable information that can solve your problems and change your life.
With resources like these available to everyone, why stay stuck in a situation you are not enjoying? The solution to your problem is available for the asking. And with the use of hypnosis, one can gain access to these resources quickly and easily. There is a saying, “If it’s to be, it’s up to me.” If you are not satisfied with the life you are living, it is up to you to take action. It won’t just happen. No one is going to do it for you.
If you would like to find out more about hypnosis, and all of the ways you can benefit, please call Phil Rosenbaum at: 248-688-6469. You DESERVE to be happy!
About the writer: Phil Rosenbaum
If you would like to find out more about hypnosis, and especially hypnosis for losing weight, please call Phil Rosenbaum at the Self-Esteem Academy. Phil is a certified hypnotist, licensed counselor and has also been trained in past-life regression. Call: 248-688-6469.