How to Build a New Self-Image

Hypnosis for Self-Image – A Confident You is a Productive You

The difference between accomplished, happy people, and everyone else is that successful people have core subconscious belief systems that empower and motivate them to achieve their goals. Fit, healthy people are that way because they envision themselves as physically healthy and fit, and therefore their actions support their beliefs. Their subconscious thoughts and ingrained patterns motivate them to do healthy things, like exercise regularly and say no to poor food choices. They have control over their emotions and moods, which dictate their healthy behavior, even under stress.

Top performers can motivate themselves to take risks and make commitments that would terrify the average person because the have a positive self-image. They have a healthy control over fear and are realistic about mistakes because they are programmed to consistently expect success. Their confidence and actions therefore produce successful results.

When you look at the most productive and successful people that you know in your life, whether at work or at home, you easily notice the one thing they all have in common: self-confidence. Their confidence does not come from being successful. It is really the other way around.

  • A person with confidence tends to impress those around them.
  • A person with confidence tends to be easy to like.
  • A person with confidence comes across as a capable person.
  •  A person with confidence creates their success, one moment at a time.

If you don’t have 100% confidence in yourself, start listening to Laura’s Self-Image Builder self-hypnosis series today. In just 20 minutes a day, you can completely change any negative attitudes you have about yourself – even some you aren’t aware that you have.

This series allows you to take control of your health by increasing your motivation to exercise and teaching you ow to make healthy food choices. Make physical changes in your body by learning how to strengthen your mind and your spirit.


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July 25, 2013

What is hypnosis?

Hypnosis is a state of related but focused concentration during which the subconscious mind allows and accepts suggestions for change. Brain scans have recently been used to observe the activity that occurs in the brain, turning hypnosis. These scans are being performed by the medical establishment to explain why hypnosis is so very effective. If you have ever been so focused on TV, a movie or even driving, that you lost all track of and everything else around you, you have been in a state of hypnosis. All types of habits and behaviors can be eliminated, changed or improved through hypnosis. All that is necessary is a sincere desire for change.
Can anyone be hypnotized?
Almost everyone can be hypnotized. However, you must allow yourself to experience gnosis. Because it feels like relaxation, many people do not feel as though they have been hypnotized at all.

Will I lose control in any way during hypnosis?
No. You control whether you enter into hypnosis, which suggestions your subconscious mind accepts, and you also have the ability to bring yourself out of hypnosis anytime you choose. You maintain your free will and will not say or do anything in the gnosis that you would not do in a waking state.

Will I remember what you said during the session?
Most people hear every word that is said by the therapist and remember the content of the session.


Will you make me quack like a duck?

Not unless you want to! In order for suggestions to enter your subconscious mind. They must bypass the “critical factor.” This part of the brain decides whether or not, your subconscious mind will allow that particular thought to become part of your belief system. Therefore, you can only be attached to make the changes that you truly desire.

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