Is It Really Possible to Change?

by | Mar 15, 2020

Yes, of course it is. It’s actually a hundred year old myth that it takes a long time to change. It was Freud and psychoanalysis that heavily influenced this outdated idea.

In psychology, we say that thinking affects our feelings, which in turn affects our behaviours. There is a statistic that 80 percent of what you believe about yourself was formed before the age of 8 years old. This is before we have the ability to discern or rationalize. Therefore a lot of what we subconsciously believe about ourselves is outdated, unwanted and false. We are all affected and held back in life by our self-limiting beliefs, so it’s really important to identify and change these limiting thoughts.

The changes that matter most of all are changes in perception rather than any changes in the world around us. With the tools we have available today we can change the way we perceive our world in a heartbeat.

We now know that most change needs to take place on a subconscious level. If we could just decide to consciously change what we want, then why does it not just happen for us? Milton Erickson once said that patients would be patients as long as their conscious and unconscious minds are not in rapport. It is very valuable to have an objective person to help you to work on changing these self-limiting thoughts.

Therapies such as Hypnosis and NLP techniques can provide you with the ability to remove any subconscious blocks that may be preventing you from generating your desired level of attraction. These type of therapies are wonderful tools for change, where we can access the subconscious mind, thereby changing unwanted thoughts, feeling and behaviours and installing new positive ways of thinking, feeling and acting. Many people are surprised that we can now cure a phobia in one hour or help them quit smoking that fast.

When it comes to the healing power of the mind, Dr. Alfred A. Barrios has reported that with Hypnotherapy there is a 93 percent recovery after 6 sessions and with Psychotherapy only a 38 percent recovery after 600 sessions.

If there is something you would like to change in your life, know that there are really easy and rapid techniques that can help you bring about these changes. Change is more that possible, it can happen in an instant.

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