Release Your Past

Addiction – everyone knows how dangerous it can be to be stuck in one, and yet, addictions seem so very difficult to break.

There Is Hope!

It doesn’t matter what it is – drugs, alcohol, gambling, they all present the same challenges. You may be someone who has tried to kick an addiction in the past. You start off great, but then old demons creep back in, and you inevitably fall off the wagon. Try as you might, you just can’t seem to get rid of the feelings that cause this driving urge in you that makes you give into the addictive behaviour.
You may feel like giving up. But don’t. There is hope!

Why Can’t I Beat My Addiction?

Only 10 percent of you is conscious of the choices that you make. The rest of the 90 percent is unconscious, which means that you are not aware of what it is doing.  That 90 percent affects body functions like your breathing and cardiovascular functions. We don’t consciously think about the fact that we’re breathing, we don’t need to consciously think of digesting our food, our unconscious just does it.  That 90 percent also governs our habits, programs and emotions and the main job of the unconscious it to keep us alive and safe. Interestingly our unconscious doesn’t have any concept of time.  It hasn’t realised that what worked for you in your early teens for example is not that helpful for you now in your forties.  It’s this 90% that’s keeping you locked in your pattern of addiction.

Why does this happen?

The unconscious has such a vast workload that it tends to group tasks together so that you don’t have to manually think about them every time, they can be done automatically so to speak. It’s very efficient but sometimes, things can be grouped together in a way that no longer works for you.

It could be the first time you won a gambled game, you felt fantastic or maybe you were depressed one night, and took a few glasses of wine to feel better. Now though you gamble all the time, or drink all the time, the rush may not be there any more but you just have to do it. The unconscious mind thinks that it’s working in your best interests when you gamble away your life savings, or almost injured yourself driving home drunk. Your conscious mind may be screaming STOP but it’s no match for the 90% that pulling it in the direction of the addiction. This is why it’s been so hard for you to beat your addiction. You’ve been using 90 percent of your mind to do something that it actually thinks is good for you! Luckily, there is a way get to that 90% and release the chains of your addiction, and break through to something better.  Hypnosis talks directly to your unconscious so that you can reprogram it for what you truly want to create.

What Should I Expect In
a Hypnosis Session?

Before we step foot in the room, I will send you detailed intake forms that assist me in preparing for the session. It will include questions about your past, present and future, which help me to understand what may be going on with you and where you want to go. My goal is to hit the ground running, so we can get the fastest results possible. I want us both to be on the same page, so we can get the most out of our time together.

During the sessions, I will discuss the information that has been provided, do some coaching work and set the expectations for the sessions. It’s important that you are as comfortable and honest as possible throughout the session. Once the coaching part is complete, we will begin the hypnosis process. During the hypnosis part, you’ll be in a relaxed state, yet completely aware the entire time of where you are and what you are experiencing. You will be given a series of instructions and questions directed at the unconscious and designed to highlight and remove the root cause of your addiction and create alternate behaviours, beliefs and patterns so we can begin to create some immediate changes in your life.

How many sessions do I need?

There are a total of 4 sessions required for addiction release. Each session builds on the next so that you are able to strip away the old patterns, behaviours, programs and beliefs so you can build new ones that support your choice. The choice to be healthy and in control. The sessions help to keep you focussed on your goal of releasing yourself from your addiction and helping you to create a new lifestyle.

How long is the session?

Sessions are up to 1.5 hours each.

How can I expect to feel after the session?

Everyone will process the session differently and how you feel will depend on what was explored during the session. Each client will be given a recording of their first session which they can then listen to as often as they like. Depending on their presenting issues they may also require another recording required to assist with management of the addiction and reinforcement of the new lifestyle and this will be included as part of the program.

What should I do after the session?

Take some time out for yourself. Don’t book anything immediately after your session so that you have some time to process what occurred during the session. If possible go for a walk along the beach or sit in nature for a while so that you can just be.

How to get the best out of an addiction release session?

It is best to start at a time in your life when you are able to focus on yourself and the goals that you’re setting for yourself. In order to get the best out of your addiction release session you need to be organised and have a planned approach for what you would like to achieve. You may be asked to change certain activities in your life, take on different routines or engage in different social groups. Failure to do so may jeoporise your recovery so find a time in your life when you are able to really jump into making permanent life changes to ensure that you are on the right path.

It is possible to get your addiction under control and kick it to the curb with the right approach and strategies. Combined with lifestyle changes, you can step into a life where you are free from your addiction and stay on track with the life that you have always dreamed of. So, if you want to stop repeating the addictive habits and behaviours that you do, then let’s work together today.
The power is in your hands.