Learn Mindfulness Effortlessly With Hypnosis
Combining ancient wisdom and 21st century science, Mindfulness is a powerful set of skills to help anyone achieve more out of life, but in particular, individuals suffering from stress, worry, anxiety, chronic pain, addiction recovery, depression and a wide range of long term physical or mental health issues. The word Mindfulness means compassionate and lucid awareness, a sense of knowing what is happening in the external and internal world in the now as it is happening.
Most of us are more used to its opposite: Mindlessness – times when we are not really conscious of what is going on within us, when we find ourselves repeating unhelpful thoughts or behaviours without noticing, eg eating that whole packet of biscuits before realising.
Mindfulness means waking up and checking in to what’s actually happening so that in the moment we can make wise and healthy choices.
Essentially, Mindfulness is the awareness that emerges as a by-product of cultivating three related skills:
(a) intentionally paying attention to moment-by moment events as they unfold in the internal and external world
(b) noticing habitual reactions to such events, often characterized by aversion or attachment (commonly resulting in over-thinking)
(c) cultivating the ability to respond to events with full awareness, rather than react, with an attitude of open curiosity and compassion without judgement.
Mindfulness Meditation: A Traditional Daily Practice
Mindfulness is traditionally cultivated by the daily practice of meditation in which people learn to pay attention in each moment with full intentionality and with friendly interest.
Meditation is not about clearing or emptying the mind, but rather observing and coming to terms with the minds patterns.
Daily meditation practice allows people to see the way in which certain patterns of mind lead to escalation of emotions. It allows for the ability to see more clearly leading to the ability to create more wholesome outcomes in everyday life.
Benefits of Mindfulness
When you practice mindfulness, the benefits you can experience include:
- Inner calm; increased ease of being
- More Joy in life
- Clarity of thought; can see more clearly
- Increased connection with your true self
- Peace of Mind
- Freedom from worry and negative thinking
- More energy
- Better sleep
- Freedom from old negative emotional patterns or habits.
- More compassionate to yourself and to others.
- Increased ability to ‘go with the flow’ of life
Make Mindfulness a Way of Life
Alongside formal Mindfulness Meditation practices, Mindfulness can be weaved into daily living in a less formal way and become a lifestyle by bringing Mindfulness into routine day-to-day activities, such as mindful eating, drinking, making tea, cleaning, washing, cooking, dressing, allowing everyday activities to become a meditation in themselves. Mindfulness can be practiced more by exploring and developing mindful movement practices, e.g. Yoga, Tai Chi and walking meditations
Mindfulness Learnt Easily through Hypnosis
I don't teach the formal 8 week group Mindfulness courses that are generally on offer to learn Mindfulness skills.
I offer a unique bespoke personalised one-to-one method of teaching Mindfulness under Hypnosis where you’re learning of Mindfulness can be more rapidly accessed and integrated into your mind and life. By working closely on an individual basis with you, not only can I help you develop a practice that works with you and your commitments, I can help you remove any potential obstacles to your practice ahead of time by recruiting the power of your unconscious mind and inner resources.
The Benefits of Using Hypnosis to Learn Mindfulness
Hypnosis makes learning any new skill easier by recruiting your inner resources into the process. Using hypnosis as a tool to help clients develop mindfulness skills has the following advantages:
- Sessions are One-to-One and Personalised to you making your needs the priority.
- Heighten state of inner awareness is present allowing mindfulness practices and gentle positive change to be developed more easily, rapidly and more comfortably.
- Increased internal focus means distractions to learning a mindfulness practice are less troublesome.
- Greater depths of physical, mental and emotional relaxation can be reached using hypnosis allowing for new learning of Mindfulness is integrated more deeply into your nervous system.
- Use of hypnosis allows potential obstacles (e.g. worry habit, poor motivation, not feeling worth it) to your mindfulness practice to be resolved ahead of time
- Your newly developed Mindfulness practice can be enhanced and reinforced using a variety of methods e.g. post hypnotic suggestion, future focused techniques, guided imagery and motivational hypnotherapy
- I can help you use Mindfulness in the areas of your life where you need it the most e.g. if you are of a very self critical nature, I can help you 'soften' that with mindfulness
About Me and Mindfulness
I have been qualified to teach Mindfulness since 2005 and have had a regular personal daily practice and a daily Yoga practice for over 15 years. As well as being a highly qualified Clinical Hypnotherapist, Hypno-Psychotherapist, Coach and Medical Doctor, I am a member of the Mindfulness Association and the National Society of Hypnosis, Psychotherapy and Mindfulness. I am also a fully qualified Sivananda Yoga and Meditation Teacher. I teach Mindfulness Meditation, Mantra Meditation and Guided Imagery Meditation Methods.
If you are considering learning Mindfulness and are wanting a bespoke personalised and rapid approach to developing a practice that will fit beautifully into your life, please call me on 01244 470181 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Emma Rae Rhead Hypnotherapy
Safe, Effective Hypnotherapy Chester Mindfulness with a Qualified Medical Doctor
Hypnotherapy Chester, Hypnotherapy Harley Street London, Hypnotherapy Liverpool