Freedom With Hypnotherapy
Updated: Aug 16, 2019
In a freezing Saturday afternoon on Alki Beach and while browsing at a garage sale, my eyes got caught by two symbols of freedom. They were almost side by side on a table amongst many small trinkets and treasures. It almost remind me a video game my kids were playing: The Ernest Uncle, story of a strange man who spent his life traveling the world and building strange machinery. According to rumors he would have found a fabulous treasure.
Was it a coincidence that the Eiffel Tower and the Statue of Liberty were almost exchanging some words and waiting for someone to buy them as a pari, a pair of freedom?
My mind started to wonder. Was it a coincidence ? something else? An information I need to explore or maybe just the fact that the owner of these trinkets traveled the world?
In fact I was amused!
The view of the Puget Sound emphasized my feeling of freedom, freedom of living where I want, freedom of thinking, talking, expressing myself and moving forward with my life. I think as freedom as a way to "do" or "choose" whatever I want. The definition of freedom is : the power or right to act, speak, or think as one wants without hindrance or restraint.
But when do we feel free in fact? Can we be our own hindrance and restraint? Could our emotions, feelings be limiting our ability to be free and enjoy life as we should? How can we feel free and not only be free?
As an hypnotist, I'm helping clients understand better what in their past is affecting the ability to free themselves, allowing them to move forward in their lives and not being trapped by their fears, bad feelings and emotions. Hypnosis allows for such powerful transformations because it creates changes in the subconscious mind and frees you up for real.
The satisfaction of feeling free of smoking, over eating, stress, fears, phobias is precious. You regain control of you life again and ready to embrace it the way you want.