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An at home weight loss program available for purchase that helps you lose weight on a deeper, more powerful level by simply breathing, listening, and changing.

 A subconscious reprogramming that helps you lose the weight you have struggled with for years.  

Hypnotherapist, Alexandra Janelli has released her Weight Loss Hypnotherapy Program that utilizes the power of the mind over body technique to help clients create the changes they want in their lives.  By harnessing the power of the subconscious mind, weight loss is as easy as:

Breathe. Listen. Change.

 

Having worked with numerous clients on weight loss issues from sugar cravings and binge eating to portion control and virtual Shrinking Stomachs, Alexandra has helped her clients gain control of food and change the subconscious associations clients have about food. Through her extensive research and work with clients, Alexandra has developed her 6 session Weight Loss Hypnosis Program that allows clients to create the changes they want from the comfort of their own homes.

Attaining a healthy lifestyle has never been easier on the Weight Loss Hypnotherapy Program. Each session allows you to harness the power of your subconscious mind, helping you lose weight, curb cravings and gain control of your relationship with food.  As stress and resistance fade, unwanted body fat will be released and your energy and metabolism will increase.

This dynamic program helps clients:

  • Building a Foundation for a new healthy body and lifestyle
  • Decreasing resistance to working out
  • Evolving to a smaller stomach capacity to prevent over eating
  • Thinking thin by resetting the internal image of their body
  • Eliminating their suggestibility toward past negative experiences
  • Providing motivation for continued success so efforts feel ingrained and not fragile

While working with several clients on this program, including myself (I lost a total of 24lbs), I found there were a notable reoccurring themes that formed the basis of a successful weight loss program. This is how the foundation of the Weight Loss Hypnosis program was born. Since not everyone lives in New York City, I wanted to be able to share this ability to attain a healthy weight with the world through a hypnosis program that is representative of the success I have had in my private practice.

Hypnosis works by creating new associations within the subconscious, which accounts for 88% of our minds. Our subconscious is purely reactive and has no logic, reason, or willpower- that’s in the 12% of our conscious minds. These associations we make about food, our weight, how we look, and stomach capacity become locked in as knowns. Breaking these old habits and associations with willpower alone is fighting 12% verse 88%. Hypnosis helps to understand the subconscious associations and then change them. Putting you in control by creating a roadmap to success, rather than driving in the dark toward what might be.

 

You can learn more about the Weight Loss Hypnotherapy program by visiting: www.BreatheListenChange.com.

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Theta Spring Hypnosis in the Art World

Crystal Dyer in Conversation (Dossier Journal Article)

Crystal Dyer’s studio is made up of a several small rooms, one leading into the next like a series of dimly lit caves. The ceilings are low and many of the walls are ripped up, exposing puffy insulation and thick metal wires. A large black sheet of peeling wallpaper hangs off the wall; this is Crystal’s newest canvas. Ivory muslin is draped over the corners in the main room, where a candle burns.

To Crystal, a multimedia artist,  spaces often act as a representation of the mind, and in this case her space also reflects a great deal about her work. Her drawings indicate a sensibility that is at once methodical and mystical, clinical and expressive. Her current project, “Hypnosis Drawings,” is characteristic of both late 19th century occult practices and medical anthropology (picture a séance held in a doctor’s laboratory). And past projects have similarly involved such a pairing of the spiritual to the scientific. Process isn’t the only objective though—her work, and its primary intention, is based on self-discovery: “It’s a process of knowing, studying and learning myself, ” she explains. Far from self-important, however, her work draws more from Jungian concepts of the self and psychoanalysis than from the pool of narcissism. Her thirst for knowledge is her motivation and what makes her drawings so interesting. She locates a point between spirituality and science that is seldom visited in contemporary art, and her patience with her work, or “experiments,” is remarkable.

Eugenie Dalland: Tell me about what you’re working on right now.

Crystal Dyer: In November I went to see a hypnotist at Theta Springs Hypnosis on 27th Street [in Manhattan]—I’ve never been hypnotized before. I’d read a lot about it, and I’d been thinking of doing this project for a long time. The hypnotist was really into my idea so she hypnotized me, recorded it and let me use [the recording] for post-hypnotic suggestion—that’s technically what its called. So I listen to it and I do drawings.

Eugenie: So you hypnotize yourself?

Crystal: Yes, but it’s different than self-hypnosis. It’s a deeper state. I’ve tried doing self-hypnosis, and it’s more just relaxing. This one is specifically for me and for doing drawings.

Eugenie: It’s specifically designed for making art?

Crystal: Yes, it’s for doing a drawing by getting information from your subconscious.

Eugenie: What is it like being hypnotized?

Crystal: Well, you’re conscious of what you’re doing but you’re like, “Why am I nodding my head right now?” It’s really fascinating. I want to be honest with my artwork, and hypnosis makes you more focused and less distracted. It really is an amazing experience, one where I’m fully conscious that I’m being hypnotized but feeling and seeing visions that the hypnotist dictates.

Eugenie: That sounds incredible..

Crystal: I definitely recommend it! People have been studying it for a long time. Actually, most of my research has been reading books I get off eBay from the 1940s and 1950s about hypnotherapy.

Eugenie: Which in particular?

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Fight or Flight: Stress on a Primitive Level

I had originally written this blog post for my friend Nicole Jardim who owns the site TheHealthyElements.com

Fight or Flight? This is the question we face everyday when our stress levels peak and anxiety takes control.

Society has dictated that neither is an acceptable response. But what our bodies fail to let us forget is that we are in fact animals, and within us lives a primitive instinct to run or fight in the face of uncomfortable situations. If our animal instincts dominated us completely, we’d either run for the hills or stand and fight.  Alas, we are humans and have buried this primitive behavior – replacing it with depression, anxiety, stress, and feelings of overwhelm.

As a Hypnotherapist, I find that stress is at the root of most presenting issues.  Two questions that I ask my clients (which at first may seem rather random) but are quite relevant are:

  1. Are you experiencing any tension or tightness in your body that you or a medical doctor is unable to explain?
  2. When you think about your issue, where do you feel tightness or tension in your body?

When stress cannot be released through fight or flight, it goes inward to our bodies as a “body syndrome”. Each body syndrome is directly correlated to a feeling or struggle that that individual is experiencing. A description of the various body syndromes is described below:

Arms and Hands
Reaching or fighting for the unobtainable.

Legs and Feet
Trying to escape or run away from an issue.

Stomach and Lower Back
Guilt, worry, and sometimes even sexual frustration.

 

 

Head down to sternum
Called the Crying Syndrome, this syndrome has to do with persons who are having a hard time making decisions or expressing their emotions.

Shoulders
Too much responsibility, and at times not wanting it.

If the tension is on the right side of the body, it deals with logic and finance, while the left side has to do with creativity and relationships.

By beginning to understand where in your body the stress is presenting itself, you can begin to recognize how to alleviate the symptoms.

Remember, not all stress is unwanted or bad. What if I told you that we all need a required amount of stress to function at peak performance? Stress, while it tends to carry with it a negative connotation, plays a very important role in our daily lives. When our stress levels are too low, we can become unmotivated, unfocused, or even lazy.

However, finding this balance of peak performance can be tricky as our motivations, societal obligations and pressures, and job requirements can often push us into the over- stimulated and overwhelmed category. Here, our bodies become taxed as stress moves inward and we lose our sense of control—our animal fight or flight kicks in.  And yet despite knowing the benefits of maintaining control, we are unable to disassociate in order to return to peak performance.

So why can’t we allow ourselves to relax in order to feel the benefits of returning to peak performance, thus letting go of the stress, anxiety, and overwhelm? This is because our subconscious mind is made up of known associations that we have been creating and embedding in our subconscious since birth. For example, we have made the association that disconnecting from the day may have negative consequences. This association becomes stored in our subconscious, which makes up 88% of our mind. The remaining 12% is our conscious mind, which is where our logic, reasoning, and willpower reside. No wonder creating change on a conscious level can be so hard when you are only working with 12% of your mind!

The subconscious is purely reactive.  Thus, when your conscious mind says ‘its time to go to bed and turn off the phone,’ your subconscious rebels and says ‘this isn’t how I have been programmed to react,’ and it refuses to switch off, needing to check the phone or email one last time resulting in spiraling thoughts and sleeplessness. While your conscious knows that by disconnecting you would be doing yourself a big service in getting a good night’s rest, your subconscious refuses to respond in tandem with the conscious because the idea of change is scary. It’s much easier for the subconscious to stay the same, and in turn why habits and patterns are so hard to break.

So what does one do when faced with these situations?

1.    Thank your subconscious mind

When you feel anxious or nervous and cannot consciously identify the cause, this is your subconscious reacting to an embedded trigger that something feels uncomfortable. Very often we don’t recognize the things that trigger us on the subconscious level. Thank your subconscious and begin the process of deductive reasoning to understand what is subconsciously triggering you to react in such a way.

2.    Listen to your intuition

Ask yourself, what is it about this situation that is causing your subconscious to react? Could this be your intuition saying this is a bad idea? or this brings up unpleasant or painful memories? Would changing your thought or actions help you re-route your stress and anxiety toward a more calm and relaxed state?

 3.    Take a deep breath

When anxiety hits, your breathing is normally shallow, short, and from high in the chest. Take a deep breath—breathe from the tips of your toes.  With each breath make your stomach move in and out rather than your chest. This breathing technique will elicit, on a chemical level, a reverse reaction to the anxiety in your body.

One thing we can learn from smokers is that the reason they feel so calm after a cigarette isn’t because of the tobacco, or the thousands of chemicals that are in it. But rather, their deep relaxation is due to the way they are breathing. Each ‘drag’ is bringing oxygen deeper into their diaphragm eliciting a calming reaction in their body. Each deep breath relaxes them.

Begin to notice if you are breathing from shallow in your chest. Start taking in deep breathes of fresh air, which in turn will naturally begin to start a chemical reaction to calm your body. Thereby reversing the fight or flight reaction.

4. Realize you have a choice

When anxiety hits, think of it as standing at a fork in the road. To the left is the path to feeling out of control and anxious. To the right, is the path that leads to relaxation and calm; this is the path where you are in control of your body and thoughts. Empower yourself to choose which road to take. Simply, these two paths cannot coexist. With your knowledge and understanding of anxiety and stress on the subconscious level, you are now empowered to take control.

As a certified hypnotherapist I work with clients to begin to create new associations within the subconscious mind so that they can create the changes they want in their conscious life. By creating these changes, clients are able to bring forward new patterns, habits, and behaviors where even small changes snowball into larger ones. Begin to live the life you imagine. Balance and align your conscious desires with your subconscious motivations. When you are working with 100% of your mind, change becomes much easier.

Letting Go of Past Relationships.

Ending a relationship is never easy. On a conscious level, you may understand why it happened. However, even after that relationship ends our subconscious mind brings with us many new associations that dictate our behaviors and patterns. In fact, these associations can even inhibit us in our new relationships through jealousy, mistrust, possessiveness, or inability to express our feelings, along with a whole slew of other things.

 Our subconscious mind contains associations we’ve created since birth. We use these associations as a way of helping guide us through life, and in turn they dictate our patterns of behavior. For example, if you were cheated on by a partner, you may recognize certain behaviors they had in a new relationship and think your new partner is cheating. These actions will elicit your subconscious mind to bring up these old feelings of hurt, mistrust, anger, or however you felt, despite the fact your new partner may not be cheating on you, but is exhibiting a characteristic that reminds you of your old partner. Consciously you recognize you are comparing one relationship to another. Apples and oranges. But your subconscious mind can not discriminate due to its purely reactive nature.

Because you subconscious mind is pure reactivity it lacks logic, reason, and willpower.  In fact, your subconscious makes up nearly 90% of your mind. When it feels uncomfortable, it will let you know through a reaction or an action. Fight or flight in the most primitive sense. Consciously arguing with your subconscious is a losing battle of tug-o-war.

Your life is a continuum of events and experiences that keeps moving forward. It never stops just because a relationship ends. However, sometimes it can feel like we are dragging forward the baggage of past relationships along with us on this path forward. It weighs you down and starts to adversely affect the enjoyment of new partners. It’s as if there was a voice in the back of your mind setting off an alarm all the time telling you to beware at each red flag you see in a potential partner. Wouldn’t it be nice to walk into a relationship with a open mind, rather than a pessimistic view as to when your partner will mess up?

Just because negative experiences, relationships, and traumas have happened in your life doesn’t mean that you need to keep reliving the hurt and pain of them. While all of these experiences were significant in their own way, each one was a learning experience that when you look back at them from this new vantage point (having given it time and distance) maybe you can see how these experience can be used to make you stronger or to grow. The past is the past, but you do not need to keep circling back and dragging forward the hurt. Each experience you look back on has 360 degrees of perspective. If you are going to choose to circle back on those events, how can you begin to see those events in a new light? Taking from them the ability to grown, gain knowledge, and dating data?

There are thousands of doors in your subconscious hallways of memories. Isn’t it time you stop revisiting these ones. Put the past into perspective. Learn from it. Take your past and remold it into an empowering learning experience, gaining perspective that can help you move forward toward more fulfilling, enjoyable, and loving relationships without the anticipation, worry, and anxiety that past relationships have been having on your. Leave these in the past and begin to move forward toward your future!

 

Starting a Relax-ationship

[Stress & Relaxation]

two emotions that can not co-exist.

[Stress]

a word that carries a negative connotation, but something that we need relative  amounts of in order to function at our peak performance.

[Relaxation]

            a feeling that is relative to stress, and measureable through lack thereof.

 

Having worked with a number of clients on stress related issues, I realized how many clients don’t know how to relax.  Everyone’s idea of relaxation is different. For some, relaxation means taking a long jog, while for others it’s lying on the beach. Whatever your idea of relaxation is, committing to a relaxationship with yourself can be a difficult thing.

 

Like dating, we need to be ready to relax. Forcing relaxation is as useless as trying to make water boil by blowing on it. So how does one commit to such a relaxationship?

Use these following questions to begin to outline your motivations:

  1. How is stress negatively affected your life?
  2. How will being in a relaxationship benefit you?
  3. will your life be better if you allowed yourself to be in a relaxationship?

Once you have outline the above points you can begin to outline the perfect venue for your relaxationship to meet. To manifest your idea of relaxation you can use the following questions below to help:

  1. How does your body feel when its relaxed?
  2. Is there a smell that reminds you of relaxation?
  3. If you closed your eyes and thought of a calming relaxing place, where would your mind take you?
    1. Is it inside or outside?
    2. Night or day?
    3. Hot or cold?
  4. Are you alone or with people?
  5. What sounds can you hear that relax your mind?

Committing to your new relaxationship can be difficult, but the benefits far outweigh the negatives. Here are a few tips to help you with understanding your relaxationship:

  • Relaxation doesn’t have to mean being in a quiet room alone
  • Sometimes just taking a moment to process the day and your thoughts can lead you to feel relaxed
  • Deep breathing elicits a physical change in response from your body that can allow you to relax when you mentally cant bring yourself to a relaxed state
  • Try to use visualizations of what it was like on a vacation you went on when you were able to feel relaxed
  • Go to the gym. Sometime physical exhaustion can be a person’s form of relaxation
  • If watching a TV show allows you to disconnect from the day and that means relaxation, do that!
  • Dive into a book and allow it to take you to a different place

 

Relaxationships are a process and can take time to build. It’s a learning curve for learning about what you like and don’t like. Things that work and don’t work.  But I promise you, when you find the right relaxationship its life changing. Don’t you deserve a little relaxation in your life?

 

 

The scale that never moves.

Ever been on a diet, working out, eating healthy and kept going back to the same weight on the scale? You’re not alone… This same weight syndrome is called your subconscious set point!

[subconscious set point]

the weight that your subconscious identifies with as being comfortable and known. It locks onto this weight because it can associate this weight with some stage in life that makes it feel comfortable.  This set point is dictated directly by experience and its reaction to those experiences. Your subconscious set point lacks reason and willpower to change.

Your subconscious set point is engrained within you, and simply going on a diet (which is a conscious decision) isn’t going to be enough to convince it unlock itself. This set point is dead-set on staying the same, even though it may lose the weight temporarily. However, typically clients always find they go back to that weight again, if not heavier.

So why is our subconscious so stubborn and resistant to losing weight? Below is a list of examples that may explain why you are holding onto weight that just wont come off:

Deflection & Protection

Extra weight can protect you. Or at least, that’s how your mind sees it. Some people may have experienced a very traumatic experience within a relationship or with an individual that has left the subconscious mind with negative feelings about attention being put on them. By having the extra weight, they are able to deflect attention away, thereby protecting their emotions and body.

Genetics & predisposition

When you have grown up in a family that is predominantly overweight many times a person will create the subconscious association that they too are predisposition to be overweight as well. That they too must conform to this visual of what their family is like. In addition, if a child grows up constantly being overweight or struggling with their weight, they will constantly identify with being an overweight individual and have a hard time breaking free of that identity, despite knowing they consciously want to change.

Prominence

On the contrary, some people feel that extra weight can provide them with added prominence in a room. Thereby, providing them with extra attention they may not have had when they were of a smaller stature. This new presence in a room becomes pleasing to the subconscious mind.

While there are a variety of reasons that a person can hold onto weight, the bottom line is that when you have made a decision to lose weight, nothing can be more frustrating than putting forth all of your best effort and not feeling the benefits of your actions.

 

Change your subconscious set point.

Lose the weight successfully and sustainably.

Identify with a new you

 

When you can begin to think thin, and get in touch with your future you, you can let go of your old habits. How you are now is not how you have to be forever. When you reset your subconscious set point, it sends a signal to your body alerting each cell to release the weight. Your body can begin to rebalance and realign to that of a lighter, healthier, and more energize person.

Without recalibrating to the new weight you achieve, your subconscious still stays thinking about the old weight. Maybe even though you have lost the weight, you still look in the mirror and see the old heavier you. Maybe you still buy bigger clothes in anticipation of gaining the weight back. This is you not moving forward and letting go of the old you.

 

These past experiences and preconceived notions can be put into perspective. You can learn from them. Thank them for the purpose they served at the time. But now, you are choosing to move forward without them.  You are choosing to creating new associations about this new you, a new weight, and how it will be, look, and feel. Reset to your goals.

 

 

For Those Located in NYC:

In session work with the Mind Over Body Program incorporates the Past Perspectives Session.  This session deals with creating a fresh start on your path to healthy living. Let go of past experiences, perspectives, and habits that have caused you to retain unwanted weight. Unblock yourself from moving forward to meeting your goals.

 

For Those Located Outside of the NYC Area:

Skype sessions are available or a Past Perspectives recording from the Mind Over Body Series can be purchased for easy listening from the comfort of your own home. Contact us to learn more.

 

Chasing Ghosts into the Theta State

Hypnosis and Mediumship: Different Professions with the Same Desired State

[Mediumship]

is defined as the practice of certain people—known as mediums—to mediate communication between spirits of the dead and other human beings. While no evidence has been accepted by the scientific community in support of the view that there has been communication between the living and the dead, some parapsychologists say that some of their research suggests that such communication may have taken place.

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As a hypnotherapist I have been trained to lead sessions in past life regression, and on more than one occasion have been asked whether I personally believe if these visualizations are actualized past lives or just the minds way of explaining underlying emotions. Certainly, everyone has heard ghost stories, experienced strange bumps in the nights, or chills when entering a room. There have been many movies such as Ghost and the Sixth Sense which outline the connection between the living and the spirit world. But the question of how does this bridge between the two worlds become created. While I have struggled with answering these questions myself, I was given some relatively interesting insight while meeting with a Medium who explained a bit more about her skill and studies about her talent.

During my training as a Hypnotherapist my curiosity has always lead me down the science based path in explaining the theories that explain the hypnotic state. Thus, when a client enters into a deep state of hypnosis their brainwave activity exhibits theta waves. However, what was pointed out to me recently, by a medium, is that when she enters into her medium-state,  opening her connection to the spirit world, this is also the theta state.

Clients when they enter into hypnosis will move through three stages, where the deepest one is the theta state and can be characterized by the eyes rolling backward as if they were looking out of the minds third eye, located in the center of your forehead.

For both Mediums and Hypnotists reaching the theta state is the ultimate goal. However, mediums desire this state for communication with the spirit world, while hypnotists seek it for creating changes in behaviors in their clients.

While working with this Medium, she had asked me specifically to help her go in and out of the theta state easily so she could relay information to her clients and then go back to theta state. While in the theta state, clients express having feelings of lightness, floating, and a disassociation from their body. Focus becomes very clear to the task at hand, and visualizations, sensations, and auditory perceptions can become increasingly heightened. For the purpose of hypnosis, I use this state to describe the end results/goals that a client wants. I have them feel what it will be like, see what it will look like, hear what it will sound like, so they can create a road map to where they are going. Thereby, bringing forward new behaviors and patterns when awakened from the hypnotic state. While working with the Medium, I utilized the power of her breath to draw her up from level to level. That each breath in she took, it was as if she was drawing herself higher toward connecting with the spirit world. As she felt her body relaxing, and her thoughts disassociating from her body, we began to elevate her awareness out of her body allowing it to lift up towards this high energy level out of her minds third eye. From there it was all about having her just listen and watch. In order to have her be able to go in and out of the theta state, she would simply count down from 5-0. Zero would be her trigger to go deep into the theta state. To rely information she would simply tell herself open your eyes and convey the message. To go back into the state it was 5-0 count down. To shut the door to the spiritual world it was as simple as counting herself back from 0-5. At 5 her eyes were open and wide awake with no connection to the spiritual world.

While there is no direct explanation for whether the theta state can be used as a gateway to connecting with the spirit world, I certainly do know it can be used to create positive changes in my clients lives. Changes that they want. I also can attest to the fact (from having talked with many of my clients after their session who have entered the theta state) that while in this deep state, they are able more apt to listening to their inner guides. Or as some have described it, their spiritual guides, or even their gut/intuition. While I have no scientific evidence to provide for backing up past life regression, I do find that many clients come out of their travels with a sense of relief, direction, and purpose. It’s as if they come forward into their currently life understanding the reasons for a unwanted behavior that no longer serves a purpose in their life. For Mediumship, this state can be used to listen, observe, and feel the sixth sense that many believe we have been given since birth, but have just been taught to deafen. By opening up our minds third eye in this state we can begin to create a new connection to the past lives of those we have lost, or simply to just create the changes that we want that we having been blocking.

 

Sleep Issues + Hypnotic Recording for a Better Sleep

Cell phones, busy schedules, and stress have become constant reminders to our subconscious that getting a good night sleep comes second to be “on top of things”. At night when you lay in bed you might find that falling a sleep and staying asleep can become an increasingly daunting task. Disconnecting from the day, week, month, or even the year can leave us feeling helpless in our search for a good night sleep.

As a hypnotherapist, I always ask my clients whether they are having issues sleeping, and 9/10 times the answer is YES.  The important thing for me to find out though, isn’t whether they are having sleep issues, but at what time of the night these issues are occur. Below is a description of the sleep issues that can be encountered and how these areas can be indicators or insight into why the sleep issues are happening.

Trouble Falling Asleep

Clients who come in stating that they have issues falling asleep tend to have a hard time digesting what has happened that day. This period of the sleep cycle is about letting go of, and processing, the things that have happened that day.

For many people, their schedules are so full of tasks, emotions, stress, and being accountable to their emails, cell phones, and work that disassociating from the day can sometimes be virtually impossible. The thoughts of what happened that dat consume our mind, lead us to worry about what we might have forgotten to do, or if there is just one more email or call we need to check before we sign off and head to dreamland. Whats worse, is that after days and weeks of become tied finger to fist to our cell phones and computers, we have create a subconscious association that we need to be connected at all times. Thereby, stating to our subconscious that disconnecting to sleep (a time when you can recharge your batter) would simply be unadvisable.

Waking Up in the Middle of the Night

The middle of the sleeping period is typically tied with future thinking and thoughts. Those clients that come in stating that they are waking up in the middle of the night typically are having blockages, worry, or fear about something that is happening, going to happen, or could happen in the distant or near future. One common example, although not directly related to sleep issues as it pertains to this article, is when you have to be up early for a flight or to be somewhere at an unusually early hour. You may find that you wake up constantly throughout the night wondering if you had missed your wakeup call. That is your subconscious kicking in and worrying about the future.

Early Morning Dreaming Period

The early morning period tends to deal with you refusing to digest and vent out the issues that you are dealing with on a subconscious level. When people talk about the dreams that they had during the night, they are typically referring to this period of the sleep cycle. As hypnotherapist, this stage of dreaming can be very helpful in seeing what the client is currently venting out, or subconscious working through. For clients who find they wake up very early and have a hard time going back to bed, they may find that they are refusing to move past certain things in their life, and may even at times, become overwhelmed with the feelings of being stuck.

Moving forward to getting a better night sleep starts by identifying which time of the night you are having problems sleep. If its falling asleep, you need to start to think of ways to disconnect from the day. If its the middle of the night, you need to begin to identify the things in the future that are eliciting this unwanted response of not being able to fall back asleep. If its the early morning dreaming period, begin to ask yourself what issues you may be sweeping under the carpet and not dealing with. Because the early morning venting dreaming period is like a jigsaw puzzle. Once you have put all the pieces together (moved past and vented out the emotions) you can then pack up the puzzle and put them away. Thereby, moving on with your life feeling unsuggestible to the negative emotions they had once brewed in your subconscious. 

Below is a recording that I had made to help clients fall asleep, stay asleep, and to disconnect from the day so they can wake up feeling refreshed, energized, and ready to take on the day. 

——————-> Restful Sleep Audio Recording <——————-

 All you need to do while listening to the recording is Breathe. Listen. Change.