Increased Self-Esteem


Self-esteem refers to your beliefs about your own worth and value. It also has to do with the feelings you experience that follows from your sense of worthiness or unworthiness. Self-esteem is important because it heavily influences your choices and decisions.

When you have healthy self-esteem, you tend to feel positive about yourself and about your life in general. It makes you better able to deal with life’s ups and downs. When your self-esteem is low, you tend to see yourself and your life in a more negative and critical light.

High self-esteem means generally holding yourself in positive regard. However, if you have high self-esteem the positive thoughts about yourself outweigh the negative—and the negative doesn’t make you discount your worth as a person.

High self-esteem is not just liking yourself but generally affording yourself love, value, dignity, and respect, too. Positive self-esteem also means believing in your capability (to learn, achieve, and contribute to the world) and autonomy to do things on your own. It means you think your ideas, feelings, and opinions have worth.

Some Benefits of high self-esteem:

  • You can be yourself.
  • You accept disagreement.
  • You can articulate your view when challenged.
  • You accept new challenges.
  • You do not fear uncertainty.
  • You are more resilient.
  • You do not need approval.
  • It’s ok to not know everything.


How To Get The Best Results From Your Audio

The Unconscious Mind thrives with repetition for the long-term installation of a new habit. Generally, most people can start to experience results within the first 21 days, so make sure you listen to the audio every day for it to have the maximum effect.

Because our minds learn by repetition, and you repeatedly listen to your download over 21 days, then you will notice much better results.


What Is Hypnosis?

Hypnotherapy is essentially a way of reprogramming how we think. Self-hypnosis is where you induce a deep sense of relaxation in your mind and body. This allows your mind to be open and receptive to the positive suggestions you wish to give it.


How does Hypnosis work?

Based on the work of Sigmund Freud – the human mind can be split into three distinct areas of consciousness; the conscious, the subconscious, and the unconscious.  It can be useful to think of each part of the mind on a scale of depth.

The conscious mind is the top or shallowest part of the mind and is responsible for making sense of the things we are directly aware of – like stress levels.

The subconscious mind is below consciousness most of the time, a deeper level – it is therefore not so easily accessible and controls how we may feel or react to certain situations or circumstances, based on what we have learned through experience, in the past.    It also controls and regulates our essential bodily functions, such as breathing.

The unconscious mind is the deepest part of our mind and is much more difficult to reach – it can include suppressed memories of traumatic events.

Hypnosis works by reaching a relaxed state whereby it is possible to sink deeper into our minds and rewrite or reprogram our unconscious. The more relaxed you become, the more easily your unconscious can accept the suggestions.

Through physical and mental relaxation, self-hypnosis can allow people to bypass their conscious minds and introduce positive thoughts and ideas into their unconscious.  Upon ‘awakening’ from the hypnotic state, the new thoughts and ideas in the subconscious will, eventually, affect the conscious mind and can, in turn, lead to changed behaviours.

Hypnotherapy does not claim to be a ‘quick fix’, such methods require perseverance and practice in order for the subconscious mind to pick up and apply the new messages.


Is Self-Hypnosis Safe?

Hypnosis is a natural state of focus and relaxation. It can be likened to a guided meditation or even daydreaming. Everyone enters this “hypnosis” at least twice a day, when we’re waking up in the morning and falling asleep at night – that point in between awake and asleep, it’s the same as hypnosis.

Daydreaming, being absorbed in a book or movie, driving on “auto-pilot” and drifting off to sleep are all examples of ordinary hypnotic states. You will always be in control when you use your audio, and you will simply relax into a state of heightened control.

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