Around people do you feel awkward or shy away? Perhaps you feel you under perform at, sports, your hobbies or work. Or maybe you just don't feel you are the best that you can be, like there is something holding you back. When we use hypnosis for confidence we want to change all of that.
For some people it feels like they never have been confident, while for others it feels like their confidence has just been sapped away.
Lack of confidence may arise in a very selective area in your life, like public speaking or it can be generalised into everything you do from talking to people, activities or just going outside.
Hypnosis can help build confidence by reducing stress and anxiety in different situations, and helping re-educate subconscious learning that hinder you from going out into the world and being that relaxed confident you, you want to be. The results between clients does vary, with each client have there own unique challenges to overcome.
When people use the words low self esteem what they generally mean is they don't act in a way that shows they value and appreciate the person they are. This lack of self respect, self appreciation is generally a learned behavior.
When you are a baby, you think a lot of yourself. You know this because if you are ever around any baby for long enough it cries and demands attention. Babies see themselves as the centre of the world. You too were once a baby and thought of yourself as the center of attention. That you were important enough to cry out whenever you wanted. At a subconscious level (by subconsciousness we just mean an automatic, habitual or reflexive way of reacting to a situation) your mind has learned since that time to act and see yourself differently. Like anything learned these perceptions of the world can be unlearned. And a way to go about this is using hypnotherapy.
Jim considered himself as having low self esteem. He felt lost. Unable to find any contentment in work. His relationships were unsatisfactory, divorced one child and he didn't relate to people the way he wanted. He seemed to lack the confidence to go out and create a different life. Jim was 44 and had been playing his life safe his entire life.
Jim was determined to change. He took a long term approach. Jim understood life wouldn't change instantly but with the use of hypnotherapy, it brought greater clarity and understanding to why he acted the way he did. Through this he developed a new confidence in the person he was, and this confidence shone through to other aspects of his life. Confidence in taking on new roles, in the world, confidence in creating relationships with people he once avoided. A year later Jim reflects back on his previous life and it seems but a shadow of where he is today.