Ready to Change Blog
Written by Lesley - Thursday, 7 July 2016
Fear of flying is one of the most common phobias. About 30% of the population avoids flying altogether due to fear and anxiety. Millions more fly in various degrees of misery, often resorting to the use of alcohol or tranquilizer. Yet this is an easily treatable problem. If you want to fly in comfort without fear, you can! Usually in a single session of hypnotherapy.
Written by Lesley - Monday, 8 February 2016
Mindfulness is a wonderful way to learn to relax and great way to facilitate change. It can be used to help with many physical and emotional disorders including depression, anxiety, stress and pain. It is based on the teachings of Buddhism, but you don’t need to sit cross-legged for hours in the pursuit of enlightenment to practice Mindfulness.
Written by Lesley - Tuesday, 29 April 2014
The person we are today represents a culmination of all the past experiences we have had through numerous lifetimes. These past life events affect many aspects of our behaviour, and in some cases, past deeply emotional traumas can cause psychological problems that cannot be cured with ordinary psychotherapy. Past life regression therapy can release these repressed thoughts and bring about a beneficial change.
Written by Lesley - Friday, 14 February 2014
We all have our special little likes when it comes to food, whether it be chocolate, cheese or maybe bread. but what do you do when it gets out of hand? Here is a Magical TFT (Meridian Therapy) technique I use with my weight loss clients.
Written by Lesley - Friday, 20 September 2013
S.A.D. (Seasonal Affective Syndrome) - The Winter Blues
As the nights are starting to draw in are you finding that you are lacking energy and feeling a less sociable? If this sounds familiar you could be suffering from Seasonally Affected Disorder (S.A.D). The amount of sunlight that you get can affect your mood, appetite, energy level and sex drive. This may result in excessive weight gain through binge and comfort eating compounded by the lack of energy. S.A.D is thought to affect 2 million people in the UK.