Hypnosis to be kind
It’s Valentine’s Day! What a great day to use hypnosis to be kind to your partner. At Roger Moore’s Counseling & Hypnotherapy LLC, I teach individuals and couples self-hypnosis so that they can be in control of their thoughts, emotions and behaviors.
Remember that you are always in trance and that hypnosis is taking control of the trance that you are in. When you are being unloving and unkind, you are in that trance of being less than your best self. With hypnosis you have the power to change that. You can use hypnosis to be kind and loving to your partner.
To learn more about using hypnosis to be your best self, read Becoming the Greatest Expression of You.
Learn to be kind
I am a Certified Counselor in the State of Washington with a Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy. With more than 40 years experience in counseling individuals, couples and families, I counsel and guide clients in adjusting to life situations, developing new skills and making desired changes in their life. You can learn to be kind to yourself and your partner.
From my perspective, all healthy relationships begin with a healthy relationship with yourself. If you are in an unkind, unhealthy relationship, changing it will begin with you be kind to yourself and by creating a healthy relationship with yourself.
Your Hypnosis Health Info Hypnotic Suggestion for today:
I listen with an open heart and a loving ear.
Here are some articles on relationships that you can find in the Hypnosis Health Info Article Library:
The Conscious Garden, Frankie Perez
The Joy of Connection, Frankie Perez
The Little Things, Frankie Perez
Love Looks…With The Mind, Dr. Anne Spencer
New Wings To Fly, Frankie Perez
Re-Inventing Cupid, Frankie Perez
Socks On The Floor, Susan French
To Perfect Our Loving, Frankie Perez
Kindness Begets Kindness
The Huffington Post, By Sanaa Hyder, M.S.Ed., December 17, 2016: How can you cultivate a habit of kindness in your relationship? Below are 3 powerful tips that you can put into action right now, regardless of where your partner is on their journey:
1. Think good thoughts
We are wired to feel how we repeatedly think.
2. Accept responsibility
Take responsibility for assessing your own feelings before presenting them to your partner.
3. Let hope win
Have faith in the relationship and in your commitment.
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