Mindfulness and Self-Hypnosis Treatment Program
Mindfulness can significantly reduce your amount of stress and will improve your ability to remember and learn. Hearing the term mindfulness will make you associate it with the image of a Buddhist monk that is sitting calmly on a cross-legged position in a temple located on top of the mountain which is far from the noise of the city. We cannot certainly say that the image you are depicting in your mind is displaced.
The practice of mindfulness is a tradition that started in the Far East and an integral part of the Buddhist monk training. However, you will not have to live in the mountainous region in order to achieve this state of mind. Hypnotherapy can help you in training your mindfulness.
Release Stress with Mindfulness Hypnosis
The art of mindfulness is now being utilized by different people as a form of releasing the stress and pressure that life is throwing them. It is a form of taking a step back in order to look at the bigger picture and remain calm. During a stressful occasion, it may be tempting for us to dwell in the past or fantasize on our future which will make us forget about our present situation.
Attaining a level of mindfulness during this occasion can come as a challenge but through self-hypnosis, you will able to learn to concentrate on your present without creating any judgment on your feelings, experience and your thinking. It will help you to be more grounded, and you will not be overwhelmed by any circumstances.
Hypnotherapy: The Best Way to Learn Mindfulness
Hypnotherapy for mindfulness is an audio self-hypnosis session that is designed by expert hypnotherapist and certified psychologist that will make the process of learning mindful enjoyable, easy and simple. Listening on the hypnotic audio on a regular basis will help you relax in a profound manner and in an extensive period.
You will be more conscious about your present, and you will start to be in control even during an emotionally-arousing situation. You will notice that you’re starting to think clearer and you are now looking at an image at a broader point of view rather than a single perspective.
The role of the suggestive reiteration of self-hypnosis to mindfulness is quite evident. Hypnotherapy surrounds the process of composing and delivering suggestions that will enhance the client’s awareness both sensory and bodily, inject various kind of empowering and positive behavioral patterns, create a profound experiential assimilation and interaction with individual’s attention.
You will be able to promote acceptance and awareness when you download our hypnotic audio. You will have the power to eliminate the negative assumptions and direct your thinking pattern into a more useful and healthier ways.
Learning mindfulness will be a struggle especially for the beginners abut it provides a lot of benefits in our daily life such as being mindful of the present and facing the things that come our way calmly. Fortunately, with self-hypnosis, we will be able to reach this state of mind easily.
What Is Mindfulness?
Mindfulness means to focus on the present moment with intention, and also accepting it without judgment. Being mindful means that you are able to maintain a moment-by-moment awareness of your feelings, thoughts, bodily sensations, as well as what is going on in your surrounding environment.
It means that you aren’t so focused on the past or the future that you are missing what is happening right now. Being mindful also means that you are accepting of your thoughts and feelings without judging them, or believing that they are right or wrong.
In simple terms, it means that you are aware of everything going on around you and how it makes you feel.
Origins of Mindfulness
Mindfulness has become increasing popular in Western societies, although it originated in Buddhist philosophy more than two and a half thousand years ago. Just because mindfulness has its roots in the Buddhist religion, that doesn't mean that you need to believe or practice the Buddhist faith to gain anything from using mindfulness. In fact, mindfulness can be practiced by anyone of any faith or religion. It involves training the mind and does not enforce any religious beliefs.
Daily Mindfulness Practice
You can practice being mindful in your everyday life, by simply staying in the present moment and not focusing on the past or worrying about the future. Mindfulness can be applied to many everyday situations, for example, mindful eating means paying attention to each and every bite, instead of mindlessly wolfing down your food while watching a television show.
Another example of being mindful in your day-to-day life is staying in the moment of what you are doing, so instead of worrying all day while at work about the horrific traffic waiting for you, you focus on what you are doing each moment of the day, and stay present in that moment.
Remaining mindful in your daily life takes practice, as most people are so used to living in the past or the future that they let the present moment slip away unnoticed and not enjoyed.
While we may not have control over what happens in life, we do have control over how well we are prepared to deal with it, mindfulness promotes calm, clarity and focus to that end.
With practice, you can master this skill and it will serve you in many different ways.
Controlling your Thoughts and Emotions
Despite appearances, most of us are not truly in control of our own minds. We think we are because we basically have the ability to decide what we want to think about and how we want to act, but this only happens when we consciously make the decision to do that. It only happens when we’re mindful of our thoughts and of our emotions.
The rest of the time however, we are simply free-wheeling and reacting. We don’t give much thought to how we’re thinking or what we’re focussed on and as such, our minds have a way of running away with us. For instance, you might be walking through a beautiful, scenic location with friends and really you should be in a very happy mood and enjoying yourself.
But instead, you’re actually just stressed and angry because you can’t top thinking about work. As a result, you don’t enjoy your experience and actually it’s pretty bad for your health. But you don’t think about the role your own mind has in this – instead you blame your job. You act like a passive victim with no ability to decide what they will focus on.
Likewise, we will sometimes come home and feel tired and completely devoid of motivation when really we should be focussed and engaged – so we can work out, work on side projects, tidy our homes or do any of the other things that we’re constantly telling ourselves (and other people!) that we’re going to do.
Sometimes we will have difficulty getting to sleep because we can’t stop thinking about the tasks that lie ahead.
We don’t approach people in bars or we fail exams because we lack confidence and feel nervous. So the question in all these scenarios becomes: how do you go about getting back in charge of your thoughts? How can you decide to stop letting emotions run away with you?
Now that you have read the effects that mindfulness can have on your body, mind, and quality of life, it is clear to see that there are many benefits that come from practicing mindfulness, and mindful meditation. In fact, some of the ways that being mindful can affect your life may even surprise you. Practicing mindfulness will bring positive benefits to your emotional, mental, and physical well-being as well as how you interact socially.
While learning how to practice being mindful is going to take some time and effort on your part, you will find that it is more than worth it when you begin to notice the benefits it is bringing to your life as well as to those who are around you. Everyone wants to be less stressed and happier in his or her lives, and being mindful is a great way to accomplish just that.
Keep in mind that being mindful is not the same as ignoring what is going on around you. It is not the same as clearing your mind of all thoughts; instead, you are going to be more focused on what is happening around you and more accepting of how you are reacting to those same things within the present moment.
Stay mindful and take care!