Words Can Inspire and Words Can Destroy
If life gives you lemons make lemonade.
Your Magic mind
Your conscious mind is your amazing goal setter, but thats just the tip of the iceberg
FAQ: Is Bounce Back Hypnosis Related to Mindfulness?
Yes! Absolutely! There is so much that can be said about Mindfulness but in a nutshell. Mindfulness is a meditative practice which comes from Buddhism. Key Sanskrit translations include the words “awareness”, “retention” and “memory”. In essence mindfulness is seeking to accept the stirrings of our jangled mind and restless bodies
FAQ: What Do I Mean By Hypnotherapy?
Dictionary definition of hypnotic: “having a compelling or soporific effect.”
Hypnotherapy is the use of compelling and relaxing techniques and language to encourage successful and satisfying change. Hypnotherapy is an invitation to the client to connect with themselves in an altogether more rewarding and resourceful way.
FAQ: What Do I Mean By Hypnosis?
In fact my job is to dehypnotise my clients!
Dictionary definition of hypnosis: “a state of consciousness in which a person loses the power of voluntary action and is highly responsive to suggestion”. Mmmm doesn’t that sound an awful lot like the automatic pilot response that
FAQ: Why Bounce Back?
All of us have set backs, challenges and sabotaging habits. It is part of what it means to be alive. The trouble is that these things can chip away at our self esteem and at our ability to get back up again to fight another day. If we have an Achilles heal in a particular area no amount of well meant advice or comforting yet
Fear of Flying
A clients story of flying freely
“I just wanted to say thank you very much for your help. You worked miracles! I took the flights with no bother and had the most amazing trip! Thanks to you my world is definitely my oyster” Lauren
Here is a snippet of Laurens story.
I’m Ok, So Very Ok
You Wouldn’t (and Shouldn’t) Believe it
When I was a little girl I had a habit of jumping
up quickly if ever I fell. Even if my knees were bleeding and hurting I’d jump up and say, a little too hysterically to be convincing, “I’m Ok, I’m Ok”.”
My mum tells me that she just wished I would cry and let my hurt out so that