You needn’t live in the dark world of negative feelings.

Imagine living a life in which:

  • You’re glad to get out of bed each day
  • You feel motivated to do things
  • You’re fun to be around
  • You are happy and content
  • You display happiness and contentment
  • You’re planning the future
  • Every day in every way you are HAPPY!

It is not necessary to live with feelings of doom and worry.

Depression caused by negative self-belief can be reversed with hypnotherapy. Wouldn’t it be good to have your life turning back into happiness? Don’t you deserve that?

We’ve found that hypnosis destroys patterns of depressive thinking and creates confident and positive behaviour quite quickly for most people. Results vary from person to person but you’ll be surprised at yourself.

You Have the Power to Heal Your Shame

Shame is a complex human emotion that we all experience at one time or another. You might feel it because of something about your appearance, events related to your family, or even a lack of education. You might feel you are not worthy somehow. Shame shows itself in many forms.

Even if you struggle greatly with managing your shameful feelings, trust in the knowledge that you can heal it.

Consider the following methods to strengthen your emotional health and soothe your spirit:

  • Identify shame’s presence. Because we tend to try to cover up that which embarrasses or demeans us, you will probably need to do some personal confrontation of your own emotions.
  • Are there particular people in whose presence you feel embarrassed? If so, why?
  • Perhaps when you are in a specific type of situation, you notice that you tend to close down emotionally or feel numb.
  • Begin to take note of when your emotions are either stirred up or flat (which means you feel nothing at all).
  • Recognize you are “only as sick as your secrets.” In the counseling profession, there is a saying: “We are only as sick as our secrets.” This adage means that the things about ourselves that we keep to ourselves are the exact issues that we need to acknowledge and do something about.
  • Consider discussing your feelings with someone you trust. Because it can be a tough emotion to handle, it is helpful to have someone you can talk to about it. Whether it is a close friend, your partner, or a professional, it will free you to put words on those feelings.
  • The more you talk about it, the better you will be able to gain some understanding about what triggers your feelings. Not only that, but also talking about your shame de-mystifies it and makes it something real that you can resolve.
  • A mental health or counseling professional is trained to facilitate people in identifying their troubling issues and learning to understand and manage challenging feelings. If you believe you could benefit from this type of assistance, by all means, avail yourself of it.
  • Be brave. It requires courage to share your insecurities with another person. Your bravery reveals your passion, strength, and optimism.
  • Learn to love yourself. No matter what your shortcomings, you deserve to experience the uplifting feelings you can get from self-love. Even though you think you have a lot of spiritual “blemishes,” you must allow yourself to see your real beauty within.
  • Connect with your spiritual power. Whether it is your religion, an interest in Eastern philosophy, or a strong belief in Mother Earth, establish a connection with whatever spiritual power you believe in.
  • When you have a spiritual power you can lean on, you will likely find solace and the strength to face and resolve your personal shame.
  • Believe that you will overcome. At some point in life, we all have our difficulties to deal with, our challenges to manage. Reach deep within yourself and you will find the confidence to persevere.
  • Remember that you have resolved challenges before and know that you can conquer this one, too.

Shame is a normal human emotion that we have all felt. If you are willing to do the work, you can resolve the pain you feel inside. Use the methods outlined above to move forward toward a happier, more rewarding life. You do have the power to heal your shame.

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