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Did you know that a habit is a set of automatic, unconscious thoughts, behaviours and emotions that is acquired through repetition?
My name is Jess and I help people let go of anxiety, stress, limiting beliefs and unhealthy habits, freeing you to create a healthier and happier life.
It took me 40 years to discover that we are not anxiety, it is something that we do…and if it’s something that we do, then we can change it by simply doing something else instead.
A habit is when you’ve done something so many times before that your body now knows how to do it better than your mind. Anxiety, depression and stress are habits too. A way of being that has been repeated so many times that it has become automatic. The irony is in fact that when it feels worse it’s because you have become better at doing it. A habit becomes programmed into our unconscious mind. Some habits work well for us, like blinking and breathing. Other habits, like cracking open a bottle of wine or two every evening, or screaming at every other driver on the road, or mindlessly eating are not so helpful.
So, we wake up every day and trigger those old often unhelpful programmes in our brain because we are basing our experience on only that which we know currently. As Dr Joe Dispenza says, “95% of who we are, by the time we are 35 years old, is a memorised set of behaviours, emotional reactions, unconscious habits, hard wired attitudes, beliefs and perceptions that function like a computer program. So a person can say with 5% of their conscious mind ‘I want to be healthy, I want to be happy, I want to be free,’ but the body is in a whole other program.”
So how do you begin to make those changes? Well, we get beyond the analytical mind because what separates the conscious mind from the unconscious mind is the analytical mind and that’s where hypnosis comes in. We talk to the part of the mind that has been running those old programs. People are awake during this process and their mind is in a certain place, as we slow down brain waves and access the learning state – opening our minds to new possibilities and new ways of being.
You have probably heard the expression, ‘children are like sponges?’ Well, by accessing the learning state we are putting the analytical mind, the ‘yes but!?’ to sleep. We plant seeds of positive suggestion, aligned to what we would like to achieve and we embed these in our minds.
Over the next few hours, days and weeks these seeds grow and the new ideas are reinforced in your unconscious mind creating new healthier and happier programmes of thought, emotions and behaviours.
“So most people wait for crises or trauma or dis-ease or diagnosis. They wait for loss or some tragedy to make up their mind to change and my message to you hear and now is why wait? You can learn to change in a state of pain and suffering or you can learn to change in a state of joy and inspiration.” Dr Joe Dispenza.
People are waking up to mental health and speaking up, seeking help and making changes, quicker than they thought and not as soon as they would have liked.
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Jessica Crowley BA Hons Anxiety and Emotional Wellbeing Coaching NLP Master Coach and Hypnotherapist, CNHC Reg., GHR Reg, DBS email@example.com