If you are considering self esteem hypnotherapy, I’m guessing you don’t feel great about yourself. You’re probably also engaging in a lot of negative self-talk that exacerbate your problem. Doing this is like trying to swim a river upstream. You will never feel confident if you continue to feed negative thoughts and concepts to your subconscious mind.

So it’s time to learn how to use your mind. Things that we say to ourselves and about ourselves all create and reinforce the subconscious beliefs that make up who we ‘think’ we are. And that’s really great if we say positive things about ourselves.

The problem is that most people insist on putting themselves down. They say ‘He doesn’t like me’, or ‘I’m hopeless at meeting people’. What they don’t understand is that by making these statements, they are continually re-affirming their own negative subconscious beliefs. These beliefs then manifest themselves in our day to day lives, therefore ‘proving’ to us that they are in fact true.
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Your subconscious belief systems are shaped and reinforced by your inner self-talk. Everything you say to or about yourself either creates a new belief or re-affirms an existing one. Once you have a set of belief systems, your subconscious mind brings into your direct awareness everything that supports your beliefs to the exclusion of everything else. It doesn’t discriminate, and it does not have the power to reason. So put simply, you are what you think.

Your subconscious mind is the humble servant of your conscious mind. Whatever you tell it, it will say ‘Yes. Okay. So it makes sense that knowing this information, we would want to start to develop some beliefs that get us more of what we want and less of what we don’t want. How do we do this? Well, if we want to change our beliefs we must first find out what they are. A skilled hypnotherapist will help you to do this very quickly. Here are some common beliefs that cause low self esteem:

• I am a ‘Loser’;

• I am hopeless;

• I am lazy;

• I am Useless;

• I am ugly;

• Nobody will ever want me;

• I am too (fat, ugly, etc…);

• I am not (pretty, smart, etc…) enough;

• I am not loveable;

• I am selfish;

• People don’t like me;

• People find me boring;

In order to release your negative beliefs, you must first know what they are. Whatever your blocks to confidence are, self esteem hypnotherapy can help you get to the bottom of the problem quickly and effectively. From now on, whenever you catch yourself in a negative thought, touch yourself on the wrist and say to yourself: “NEXT”. Then, immediately follow this by stating out loud the corresponding positive thought that you have written down. This takes a bit of practice but I promise you, it is well worth the effort!

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