Jean’s Hypnotherapy Toolbox
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Hypnotherapy and reaching your full potential!
What is hypnotherapy?
A powerful and effective way to access and remove subconscious blocks that hold us back from being who we really are and living the life we truly desire. It opens the door to countless possibilities for healing, self-exploration and change.
How good would it feel if:
Your confidence levels were so high you could shine in every area of your life?
You could give up smoking for good, using neither patches, chewing gum nor will power?
Thoughts or feelings about a person or situation could be clarified and maybe put to rest by accessing your past?
Take me to the hypnotherapy page…
Wouldn’t you want to stop smoking right now if you knew that smoking cigarettes kills more people each year than obesity, alcohol, road accidents, illegal drugs and HIV infection combined? Tobacco smoke contains 7,000 chemical compounds as gas or tiny particles of carbon monoxide, arsenic, formaldehyde, cyanide, benzene, toluene and acrolein. Cigarette smoking is a psychological habit – more than a chemical habit – that can be kicked in just one hypnotherapy session.
The Happy News is – you CAN become a Non-Smoker again!
You didn’t always smoke… you were once a Non-Smoker.
With only one session of hypnotherapy, you can get back to that healthy state again and free yourself from the misery of your addiction to cigarettes.
Your nearest and dearest will thank you for taking this decision.…?
Take me to the Quit Smoking page…
Hypnotic regression is often used to take someone back to a meaningful moment in childhood, to one or more past lives, or sometimes even to a point between lives.
The main reason to undertake such work is to help someone come to terms with a current, ongoing situation that makes no sense to them experiencing it.
Maybe it’s a family drama, or an unceasing health or financial problem, or simply the need to understand why something unpleasant or confusing keeps happening over and over again.
Take me to the Regression Therapy page…