Tag: Anxiety

GDPR May 2018


The General Data Protection Regulations comes into effect on 25th May 2018. We are all busy putting templates in place to deal with this. Look at your inbox these days and you will find you are bombarded with emails asking you to opt-in or opt out of something.

But what about you? There are also templates running in your head but you can’t see them. You can hear the internal chitter-chatter and that is a template too. When you feel anxious or panicky that’s also a template. Your mind runs patterns of behaviour when you are triggered, whether internally or externally.

Your subconscious knows everything about you. It retains all information, every thought you have ever had, and all those secrets too. Isn’t that amazing?

Millions and millions of neural pathways criss-cross and build and strengthen every time you even think a thought. Our brains are the most fascinating thing about us and within your brain there is so much potential.

It has recorded all your great qualities, skills, and unique strengths, perhaps not tapped into, and also how you have overcome challenges in the past.

We must all be compliant with GDPR but surely we must also be compliant with what our real self wants: peace, that ease of being where emotional wounds are dealt with, so you can opt-in to feeling more at ease. Your consent is required 100% for this. It starts with one thought : opt in and take responsibility for yourself. Put that in your psychological database and everything changes.

If I can help you or someone you know, get in touch, my contact details are here on my website.

“I am the Greatest” – Muhammad Ali

We sat around the old black and white television. My father ran into the room. “Has it started yet” he said with the greatest excitement. It was the big fight. Muhammad Ali (then known as Cassius Clay) came into the ring. You knew he was going to win. He had that look of unshakeable belief in his eyes. He knew too. He had seen this fight in his head so many times, heard the cheer of the crowd and felt the feeling of being a champion long before he had even placed a foot in the ring. As he danced his way around that ring he did truly “float like a butterfly and sting like a bee”.

“I am the greatest” he said. His belief was embedded in every cell of his body. That’s what champions are made of. He told the world he was the greatest. He believed he was the greatest and he acted and boxed like he was the greatest. He became the greatest. Over and over in his mind he told himself this. It wasn’t just in the gym that he practised. He went right into his deeper mind and developed a belief so powerful that he became champion of the world.

“I am the greatest, I said that even before I knew I was.”

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I Just Want To Be Happy

 

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                  “I just want to be happy –  I want to feel more confident”

This is what I hear each day in my Hypnotherapy and NLP practice in Raheny when clients come to see me. They want to feel less stressed. They have all sorts of issues: low self-esteem, fears, anxieties, eating disorders, depression, lack of confidence etc. They yearn for happiness.

Details of new exciting seminar The Happiness Habit:

http://www.eventbrite.com/e/happiness-habit-seminar-tickets-11268505403

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Voices of the women in Ireland

Voices that call for justice all being heard.

GDPR May 2018

GDPR but what about you?

Against all the odds

Often in life when all the odds are against us, it would be easy to throw in the towel. It’s the ability to train your …