- Road Rage
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- Birthday Blues
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- Express Your Love
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Express Your Love
Hypnosis can help free you to say how you feel more eloquently
Do you hesitate to come out and express your love to the people who matter to you?
Do you tell yourself that 'they know', or do you perhaps feel embarrassed and exposed?
It can sometimes feel hard to say "I love you", even when you do. We're funny creatures, we human beings. We all want to love, and be loved. There's nothing better than feeling that you matter deeply to someone, and that they matter to you. But we can get pretty hung up on exactly how we go about letting our loved ones actually know how we feel about them!
Of course, there's many different ways to show love. The way you pay attention to someone, or look out for what's important to them. The way you contribute to their well-being through what you do. And these subtle and concrete ways of caring for someone are the very bedrock of a good relationship. But… but… there's something very special about hearing the words. And getting the occasional surprise reminder!
Why it's sometimes hard to express your love
There are lots of reasons why people can find it difficult to express their deepest feelings. If you grew up in a family that didn't go in for displays of physical affection, for instance, you might find that 'love gestures' feel a bit alien to you. Or if you got teased or ridiculed for your feelings in the past, you might be wary of letting them show. Or you could just have got so 'used' to your relationship that it doesn't seem necessary any more.
Whatever the reason, it's possible to become more expressive about your love for someone, and the rewards will certainly justify your efforts.
If you're not in the habit of saying how you feel, it can feel hard to imagine yourself doing it. But there is a powerful and simple way to help yourself.
Hypnosis can help you relax with sharing your feelings
Express your love is an audio hypnosis session created by psychologists that will quickly help to free you up so that you can tell the one you love how much they mean to you in the way that works best for you.
As you relax and listen repeatedly to your download, you'll find that you
- reconnect deeply with your feelings for the ones you love
- become more aware of how important they are to you
- feel less concerned about yourself and focus more on them
- relax more and more with the idea of sharing your feelings
- become more creative and inventive with ways to show you care
Download Express your love and make sure your loved ones know they are loved.
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Express Your Love
Narrator: Roger Elliott
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