Neuroplasticity is the
brains ability to rewire itself. The brain can change or alter
connections at any time to create physical, psychological or
emotional healing. Under hypnosis, the brain can be directed to make
those changes taking away the huge effort it requires to consciously
change ingrained habits and behaviours.
The unconscious mind has 2
jobs. To move us away from pain and towards pleasure and to make life
as easy as possible. To make life easy, it quickly learns new habits
and behaviours that we adopt and once we have repeated an action a
few times, it starts running that action on automatic pilot.
who has ever experienced an addiction will be very familiar with the
'hamster on a wheel' sensation. You are on a wheel that despite all
your intentions to the contrary, you just can't get off! With this
comes a sense of powerlessness, helplessness, shame, embarrassment,
self loathing together with a feeling of being totally weak. Anyone
experiencing these negative emotions is in extreme emotional pain
which will obviously further drive the addiction as a form of escape.
view our emotions as something to endure or avoid if they are negative, or
something to enjoy if they are positive.
We think that our emotions are created by events or circumstances in our
external world. This leaves us often
feeling powerless because we cannot effectively control the world and the
people around us. This is a very
stressful form of existence. However, our belief that our emotions are created
by our surrounding circumstances is untrue.
It is an illusion.
This story highlights the impact that just
one limiting belief can have on your quality of life. I was pregnant and eager to be the best
Mother I could be. I really wanted to
stay at home with my daughter and be a full time Mother, but finances at the time
would not permit so I had no choice. I returned to work feeling totally
stressed. The stress I felt at this time could have been hugely diminished if I
had just changed my perspective at that time.
You can be a good Mother and work!
As a Homeopath, I deal with a large number of clients (adults and children) suffering from anxiety. So, I’m writing this article to give you, the reader, information about homeopathic medicine, and also to give you information about which remedy may be useful for your anxiety. The correct homeopathic remedy cancureanxiety swiftly and painlessly.
Although homeopathic medicine works on all physical and emotional ailments, I decided to focus on anxiety in this article because anxiety seems to be at an all time high in our society.
First let me explain what addiction is. Addiction is frequently beingcompelledto indulge in a behaviour that offers short-termrelief, but long termdamagein any area of your life (heath, relationships, finance and work to name just a few areas). The important word here iscompelled.
Addiction is a difficult challenge to overcome. Not because the addictive behaviour is hard to break once the addict realises they have an addiction, but because addiction is shrouded indenial,preventing the addict from seeing their behaviour with clarity.
What you Believe you PerceiveYour Path to Emotional Freedom
To uncover a limiting belief, all you need to do is to look at an area of
your life that is not working for you. Contrary to popular belief, the
circumstances of our lives are a direct reflection of our inner world. Our
beliefs absolutely create our reality. Now at first glance you may think
this is really bad news. You may be thinking that not only do you have
areas in your life that you find challenging, but now you are being told
Are You In An Abusive Relationship?
What is an abusive relationship?
An abusive relationship is anintimaterelationship (married, co-habiting, same sex partners) whereby one partner (the abuser) uses various methods to exert control and power over their partner (the victim). If you are reading this article, it is very likely that you know orsuspectthat you orsomeone close to you is in such a relationship. If you are at the point where you are just suspicious, I strongly encourage you to read on because one of the ‘symptoms’ of being in an abusive relationship is