Do you have difficulty breathing from allergies, asthma or COPD? My new audio file/CD, Relax and Breathe Easily, helps calm your respiratory system for greater comfort and encourages natural healing.
In this recording Amy uses only positive suggestions that help you:
Get more information and your instant download HERE!
This Groundhog Day, will you come out of your burrow with continued, easy action toward your goals for the new year or will you retreat back into the comfort of your old habits and put those improvements back on your resolution list again next year?
Tap Into Your Superpowers for Fast & Easy Change is a new workshop that’s all about keeping up the positive momentum with which you started off the new year. I’ll work with your individual goals and aspirations for yourselves this year, defining what you really want and making them standard operating procedures for your brains. We’ll get away from trying to boost willpower and instead make permanent transformations that help you down the road to what you want to improve. This will be an interactive workshop and you’ll receive valuable tools that you can use for any future improvements you might like to make.
In this class you’ll learn how to:
– release negative feelings and limiting beliefs that aren’t serving you
– give yourself suggestions or affirmations that really work
– reprogram negative influences on the fly
– discover if past emotional programming may be keeping you from moving forward easily
– tap into your natural superpowers and take off!
GET READY TO BE INSPIRED AND EXCITED! Wishy-washy doesn’t live here. We’re pumped. And we have cookies. 🙂
February 2, 2016, from 5:30-7:30 pm at my office. $25 in advance, $30 at the door. Get more information HERE.
You just finished your hypnotherapy training. Congratulations! Now what? How are you going to get your new business started? Where are your clients? How do you take the business advice you received in school and whatever you can find elsewhere and apply it to your new career?
This is my story, how I created myself as a hypnotherapist. I have never considered myself business-owner material. I learned everything I could find, tried all of the best business practices I was taught and threw everything at the wall to see what would stick. I learned that a hypnotherapy practice is a unique kind of business, and traditional business practices don’t always work out well for us. In this book I let you know what worked and what didn’t to get me up and running and making a living wage my first full month in business – and what has kept me going and growing ever since. You might be surprised what has worked and what hasn’t!
Geared toward hypnotherapists, there are lessons and exercises helpful to many other types of entrepreneurs, as well. This book is for anyone looking to create a unique and personal brand for his or her business.
Available now at Amazon.com (click here)!
Surgery preparation the natural way! Research shows that using hypnosis to help prepare for any medical procedure can result in many positive benefits, including a shorter hospital stay. Why? Because hypnosis mobilizes and focuses your body’s natural healing abilities, so that you can do your part to help your medical team keep you healthy.
I’m excited to release a new audio file to help you maximize these healing benefits. In this recording I use only positive suggestions and imagery that help you:
You can start using this recording up to several weeks before your procedure and can even use it during and after surgery as needed.
You know that guy – we all work with one – who works late every night and comes in on the weekend, yet he doesn’t ever seem to get much done? He has all of these projects on his plate and you may even have to help him out by doing some of his work for him. He prides himself on how little sleep he gets because of all of the work he’s doing, and he has little-to-no personal life, which he wears as a badge of honor. We wonder why he doesn’t make some changes to have a better life, and we’re glad we aren’t him. Yet a part of us admires his dedication and work ethic – and we’re more like him than we may think.
An interesting article just came out in the Harvard Business Review (read it here) that shows that the business world is now listening to research psychologists and is concerned with their findings. For awhile now, researchers have been publishing article after article, which, when taken together, show that we tend to program ourselves (or are programmed by others) to maintain momentum of action even when we have nothing to do. We tend to avoid idleness at all costs, even when it serves us to take more productive action later, in favor of constant action, even when it gets us nowhere and decreases our productivity.
Why is this? Our society definitely rewards us for being busy. We are programmed by our bosses to work long hours without taking breaks, eating lunch at our desks. It’s not like we’re trolling Facebook; we’re working on our projects and keeping ourselves organized. We’re doing what every good little worker bee should be doing.
Perhaps we make a few unnecessary trips to the break room for coffee throughout the day, but what’s really killing our productivity is what we’re doing at our desks.
If you’re like most people, you probably feel like you get more done when you’re humming along at a good pace, fueled by caffeine and cortisol (a big stress hormone). You can multitask like a boss and make decisions quickly and easily to keep your business moving, moving, moving. As it turns out, the success of this approach is only in our heads. We may be doing better than before, now that we have some processes figured out and securely implemented and everyone knows what they need to do. That’s great, but what if you could make whatever you’re doing now even more productive? I don’t mean implementing new, more efficient processes, though that might be a good idea, too. I mean maximizing the effectiveness of every worker in your business, including you.
What are the two things that the Harvard Business Review is now telling us to do to be more productive?
Stretch & smile!
The benefits of practicing mindfulness keep piling up in the scientific literature. That meditative or hypnotic state of relaxation is now seen to improve health, creativity, productivity, increase gray matter in the brain, decrease inflammation and even lengthen life. And the benefits increase the more you practice mindfulness techniques. Check out a great article from Scientific American HERE.