Women in Transformation

Whoa, I've fallen...and I can't get up!

Has life presented you with a major detour? Perhaps it's been a long time coming, or maybe disaster struck swiftly without warning. Either way, you're left feeling dazed and confused, uncertain as to where to turn next to pick up the pieces. One thing is for sure, your experience has shifted the very foundation upon which your life has been built. Maybe you're coping by running around in anxious circles, or laying paralyzed under your covers. Likely, you're doing the best you can in between these two extremes, just trying to get through one day at a time.

Fear and bad habits and pain - OH MY!

Big life transitions can cause a lot of uncomfortable "symptoms", such as addictions, sleep disruptions, mood swings and physical pain. The list of unwanted and negative side effects in the midst (or aftermath) of crisis is long, and these secondary "problems" only add to the turmoil of your situation. Bad habits and fears that begin as distractions and ways of coping can rapidly get out of control. Whether you're stuffing your feelings with food or blowing up at your kids on a regular basis, these negative "too much" behaviors and challenges can quickly take on a life of their very own. Sound familiar?

It's NORMAL to feel lost.

When we experience a big transition, it's natural to feel off balance, like we've "lost" a part of our old selves. Even if you don't recognize your feelings as grief, it's important to acknowledge the sense of loss that comes with any crisis, no matter how the details of your story have unfolded. It's OK to allow yourself the opportunity to safely express your sadness or anger; there are no hard and fast rules for how to move through this time! Your process is unique to YOU, and honoring your feelings is the first step.

It helps to have a guide.

I understand what you're going through, and I can can help you to navigate this period of your life, no matter how many confusing twists and turns your story seems to include. If you're in the midst of divorce, death of a loved one, job loss, or major illness / injury (just to name a few common personal "crises"), I  offer a calm, safe oasis for you to explore your inner self and your life events in a non-judgmental, caring manner. It can be an immense solace to find a knowledgeable, supportive professional who inspires insight and provides a fresh perspective.

Hypnosis can help.

Hypnosis is a powerful method for quickly and efficiently "cutting to the chase" by providing insight and resolution for even the most complicated or deep-seated issues that you're facing. Hypnosis accesses and activates the subconscious mind, a vast storehouse of memories and information that lies underneath our normal working conscious mind. Because there is so much "untapped" knowledge available, it is here, in the subconscious mind, where profound insights into healing are possible. In fact, you'll be amazed by how effective and EASY it is to make big, positive shifts when you employ hypnosis tools and techniques.

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    Helen Ellisonn (Wednesday, 18 April 2018 07:13)

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