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What’s your New Year’s resolution?

8 Dec

I don’t really “do” New Year’s resolutions; there’s too much going on in December and January for me to think about adding yet another goal to my “to do” list. I’m more likely to resolve to make a change or learn a new skill sometime in the middle of the year. But regardless of when the resolution is made, you need determination and willpower to keep working on your goal after the first over-enthusiastic blush has faded.

Hypnosis is a powerful tool for all sorts of change, because it works with your instincts to affect how you feel about the change. You know when it’s the middle of January and you’re mentally arguing with yourself about whether or not to eat that last slice of holiday pie? Just two weeks ago, you resolved this would be the year you finally lost weight, but it’s been a long day, the kids got on your last nerve, or you’re celebrating dealing with the last of the unwanted Christmas gift returns. This is all happening consciously, in your thinking brain.

When you hypnotically change the way you feel about gaining better health and slimness (as well as how you feel about the idea of sugar as a comfort or reward), you don’t have to try so hard to “be good”. It just happens; it feels right and natural to do so.

This year, Uncommon Knowledge (the masters in hypnosis downloads and helping people reach their goals) are giving away a bundle of hypnosis MP3s specially tailored to one lucky person’s New Year’s resolution (be it weight loss, stopping smoking, making more effort in your relationship, or whatever). All you have to do is fill out this two question survey. They’re also still offering a free download to new fans of their Facebook page, so get over there and hit that “Like” button, then the “free download” tab, to give their work a free trial.

Good luck!

Food for Thought: Patriotism

24 Mar

We had eight years of Bush and Cheney, and now you get mad! Continue reading

Are your Internet friends who they say?

18 Feb

If you tell the truth, you don’t have to remember anything.  ~ Mark Twain

There’s a warm, fuzzy feeling I get when research backs up what I already knew.

Over on PsyBlog, the latest news is a recent study showing that “overall people were remarkably honest in representing themselves” on social networking sites (i.e. Facebook). Continue reading

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