How would one boost confidence with hypnotherapy? This is a question many people have on their mind. Everyone wants to have the confidence to able to achieve their goals or just go out and have a conversation with others without the butterflies acting up. Read on and find out how this technique helps people to overcome this debilitating problem and be able to accomplish their goals.
Lack of confidence affects people in many aspects of their life; such as not being able to speak in a group or voice their thoughts accurately. Some people find public speaking is such an issue that they prefer to remain silent then attempt to make the speech (and therefore remain unheard). This then becomes a low self-esteem issue which lowers their self-confidence even more. Speaking in front of a group can be intimidating for some individuals it affects their ability to move forward in their lives, relationships, schooling, or career. Rather than rise to the top they prefer to remain invisible where no one is able to see their potential. One of the major issues which cause confidence issues is being embarrassed, which causes anxiety and this leads to one feeling weak which then leads back to low-self esteem. This is a continuous cycle people can find themselves trapped in.
Is there a way out of this?
As a previous sufferer from this type of issue, I can personally assure you there is a solution. Hypnotherapy helped me greatly when I was learning to speak in front of groups. I was one of those people who suffered severe stomach issues whenever there was public speaking taking place in school. Sometimes I would deliberately miss school, so I could avoid it. It continued to affect my adult life and interactions with others. I came across as a snob, because I was so quiet and didn’t want to speak out loud.
The first time I heard about hypnotherapy helping to overcome severe shyness, I questioned as you might be now.
What I learned was amazing. Hypnotherapy takes place in the subconscious mind where most of our feelings originate. We learn if we change the feeling we can change the outcome. The hypnotherapist will help an individual to dispel an old belief (that they are shy) to help them to develop a new belief (they are confident and capable) which then helps them to perform (or speak etc.) thus raising their self-esteem.
According to a study done by Laurie Keefer, a clinical health psychologist and an assistant professor of medicine at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, is finding that treatment with hypnotherapy enabled some subjects’ to socialize more and get involved in activities such as eating at restaurants, exercising and road trips.
Hypnotherapy is a guided therapy led by the hypnotherapist to help the individual undergoing hypnosis make the change which will be best suited for their needs. Most people find they gain quite a bit of confidence after the first session and this is enough for them. Others who feel they need a boost any return for touch-up or two.
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