Fear Of Change

“Only I can change my life. No one can do it for me.” – Carol Burnett

Why Change Is Difficult For Many

Change is one of the toughest things for most people to go through, and yet we often have challenges accepting that it is we who control our own changes and our attitude towards it. As a simple example, although I haven’t had cable television in my house for the past 2 years, I do remember the frustration that my friends and I used to go through when the cable company periodically rearranged their channel line-up. It was a few weeks of confusion and complaining, re-learning what you had already memorized to ensure you found your favorite show. The most amazing part to me was that within about a month the complaining stopped, the new channels were committed to memory and the problem just seemed to dissolve away. Or better yet, the new change just magically became a regular part of life.

Whether it is the loss of a loved one, a job change, the prospect of a new relationship, quitting of a habit, or a change in circumstances—humans generally don’t like change. However, as a species, we have an amazing ability to simply/eventually adapt to that change, such that it then becomes a regular part of our daily routine. This includes the instances where we don’t have a choice, and the change is almost forced upon us.

That being said, there are many changes we, in fact, choose to make for ourselves and if we can let go of our fear, anything is possible.

Breaking Habits & Managing Stress

I’ve had clients who want to stop smoking but are almost afraid to do so because cigarettes have been the “friend” that they’ve had through thick and thin for so many years. The thought of quitting smoking is something they want to do for their health and to save money, but that fear of change can also be quite daunting. Those who want to lose weight often have a history of using food to “comfort” them in times of trouble, and the thought of not having that crutch can scare them.

I’ve also had many clients who are dealing with stress and self-confidence issues. They sometimes aren’t even aware that when they are in those states, they actually enable others to give them attention. The fear—even on an unconscious level—of no longer receiving that attention once they feel better and rely on themselves, can be scary for them. Of course, all of these and many countless more goals can be achieved, but letting go of the FEAR of change is always the first step.

How Hypnosis Helps

You can be in control of making desired changes in your life, and hypnosis is an amazing way to do this! Hypnosis is painless, drug-free, and also a lot of fun. With hypnosis, one of the first steps we do is learn how to relax, be in the moment, and let go of our fear of change. I teach clients how to embrace the change, not be afraid of it, and give them tools to help them cope better with their transformation.

Stephen King said, “You can, you should, and if you’re brave enough to start, you will.”  So if you’re ready to make a positive change for yourself, I offer a free screening to every client to determine whether hypnosis is going to work for them. Plus our amazing promotion continues on right now!

You can get $100.00 off any hypnosis program you sign up for. Just be sure to mention the code:  “ITSPOSSIBLE2018” when booking, to take advantage of the offer.

Hypnosis can help you take control of your own life and help you to make your desired changes in your life! Call now for your free 30-40 minute screening and see if hypnosis is right for you:  (647) 210-8842

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