What I really do in a hypnotherapy session and what I really don’t do!

Just a few words to tell you one or two things about the work I do and what I don’t do. So let’s start  first with what I don’t do.  Hypnotherapy

I don’t do one stop, close your eyes, snap my fingers change…why? Because I want to be sure the  changes we make will last.

I don’t do hypnosis tricks such as making clients forget their name. However I do give my clients  hypnotic words and phrases, ideas and valuable understandings that can really help improve the  quality of their experiences on a daily basis.

I do therapy that works, trance that works, hypnosis that works, Neuro Linguistic Programming,  Emotional Freedom Technique and Eye Movement reprocessing. These are techniques that work.

I encourage all my clients to take the information we work on in each session and practise it at  home to help them improve the present and the future for the rest of their life.

The exercises can be as simple as choosing whether to look up or look down. In fact just choosing  that simple change will massively impact the way our brain chemicals and neurons are connecting.

If we want to be more confident then, with a very simple adjustment our mind and our body posture and even our voice will become more confident to others around us and to ourselves. And all we  will have done is flip a mental switch in our mind.

Just like the master switch for your electricity this will bring the lights back on so you can enjoy  your new way of thinking and being.

I’ve spent 25 years designing these sessions to help clients find real answers and lasting positive  change. Stress, depression, confidence and many many other issues are regularly turned around  often in just 2 to 4 sessions.

This work can as easily be done online as in my office or even by phone.

So if you are ready and would like to enjoy hypnotherapy and holistic change work delivered in a  relaxed, fascinating and empowering way just text, email or call and we can discuss how I can help  you and your particular circumstances.

rogerfoxwell.co.uk rogerfoxwell.therapy@gmail.com 07970218451

Could breathing and looking be among the most important things to improve in our lives?

What have you been doing all day? Looking where you are going I presume.

What have you been doing all day and all night? Breathing I hope.Breathing fresh air

Looking and breathing are fundamental to our lives yet it is very easy to take them for granted. Think about it, if we aren’t “looking in the right place” and not breathing efficiently then we are spending a large part of our lives running our physical and mental systems inefficiently. This can lead to physical and mental issues, less control over our daily experiences and less pleasure and fulfillment in our daily lives.

In my hypnotherapy, EFT and holistic therapy sessions these areas are two of the most important starting points and foundations for helping clients heal on any level.

For instance, using our peripheral vision helps us engage our vagus nerve and the parasympathetic relaxation part of our autonomic nervous system. However, looking down and holding our awareness to a narrow field of vision will send us into the “fight and flight” mode of our nervous system. These two modes of awareness are quite different and each generate massively different body chemicals, neurological connections and feelings. We could read as many scientific articles and studies as we like but the only real way to actually improve our experience of the feelings we would rather have, and experience fewer of the feelings we don’t want is by choosing to connect with the appropriate body and neurological connections at their optimal levels.

When we were borne and into our early childhood our bodies would breath with a perfectly natural balanced physical harmony. But life came along giving us a “knock” here and a “kick” there so to protect ourselves we had to tense up, go into fight and flight, breathe into our upper chest and brace our shoulders to save us from predators and danger. Soon we would unconsciously be locked into this primal pattern to help “keep us safe”.

However by relearning our original breathing patterns we can get our whole body and brain to respond and help regain the original efficient and healthy ways to direct the balance of oxygen and carbon dioxide into our bodies. And without having to know how it all works.

So are we going to continue to “feel a bit down” or wouldn’t we prefer to feel that

things are looking up”. 

It’s hard wired into our language so why not rewire it back into the body and brain just like

a breath of fresh air”

To find out more about how I help my clients make the changes in their lives they are looking for, please visit my website www.rogerfoxwell.co.uk

Online or one to one sessions are available