Do you dither about what you should do? Do you like to have lots of choice? Do you worry that you don’t know enough? Some people find making decisions difficult for various reasons, from not wanting to be responsible for making the wrong choice to thinking they don’t want to upset other people by making a different choice.
As you listen to this audio, you can learn how to relax and feel calmer about making decisions. It includes a self-hypnosis process - 'A Special Place' - which guides you to create a place where you can go, in your mind’s eye, to help you be more relaxed, happier and calmer. It also includes tracks to help you stand back and view things from a different perspective. You are encouraged to realise that decisions can be changed, and that new choices become available to you once you’ve decided.
The tracks contain background music, supplied by Royalty Free Tunes, Tranquil Moods, Volume 1.
Customer Feedback: 'I like to keep my options open, but this audio helped me realise that I can still do that and make decisions more easily. All anyone can do is make a decision based on the information they have at that time.'
Anne Morrison is a qualified and experienced clinical and cognitive behaviour hypnotherapist, life coach, and NLP master practitioner. She is a full member of the British Society of Clinical Hypnosis, a Practitioner Member of the General Hypnotherapy Register, and an Associate Member of the Association of Coaching. Anne Morrison and Glen Harrold, another first class hypnotherapist, both trained with the prestigious London College of Clinical Hypnosis. Anne has their Diploma in Clinical Hypnosis, their Practitioner Diploma in Clinical Hypnosis, and their Practitioner Diploma in Cognitive Behaviour Hypnotherapy (CBH). CBH is a relatively new field that combines the best of CBT and hypnosis, helping people make changes consciously and unconsciously. Many of Anne Morrison’s audio products use this combination to help listeners make the changes they want to make to how they think, behave, and feel.
©2011 Anne Morrison (P)2011 Anne Morrison
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