We have all been a victim from time to time of a lowered self-worth and confidence. Our society sends us daily messages on how we potentially don’t measure up to the “best in class” of any particular area of life. As children we form a strong pattern of belief and one part of that strong pattern is self-confidence and self-worth. We measure ourselves through life events to gauge how we should be viewed. Such events as losing the 3rd grade spelling bee, last to be selected for a backyard kickball game, or even the cruel responses that children often dish out to each other can and do make a difference on how we see ourselves. Our early childhood events shape much of our adult life and can overshadow that belief system. Have you ever felt inadequate, inept or out-of-place? These are often responses directly related to our self-worth and self-esteem.
How Can Hypnosis Help?
We all, from time to time, struggle with not being as good at something or someone we desire to be. But those individuals that can psychologically support the desire and courage to improve usually do. Hypnosis can help with a wide range of support for those situations in which it is challenging to eliminate the road blocks or muster up the courage to forge ahead. With positive reinforcement and hypnosis one can affirmatively support their desired change and move forward in a more confident and comfortable way.