Respect your loved ones
Train your unconscious mind to honor those you love - even when they irk you
Do you sometimes (often?) find that you respect your loved ones rather less than you would like - and they deserve?
Do you get overly impatient, brusque, short-tempered or dismissive with the people who really matter to you?
You would think that, when you love certain people, when they are more important to you than anyone else in the world, you would just naturally always treat them well. You'd be patient, tolerant, understanding, ready to forgive mistakes, ready to forget past hurts, always willing to listen. You'd be constantly aware of how much you value them, and let them know it on a regular basis.
And indeed, when you first fall in love, or when you first become a parent and your child or children seem nothing short of miraculous to you, you feel so overwhelmed with love that when you're with them you just naturally behave angelically. And that feels totally normal and right, and you don't give it any thought at all. It's just how it is. It's just how you are.
The pain of discovering that you don't respect your loved ones
So it can be quite disconcerting - not to say humiliating, even though you are unlikely ever to admit it to anyone - when you start to notice that the angel seems to have flown off without telling you. When you find yourself being quite unnecessarily short with a dear one, because you were tired, because you were worried about something, because you'd had an argument with someone, because... whatever it was.
Of course, you know you're not perfect (and nor are your loved ones), and such incidents are bound to occur occasionally. And normally you'd kiss and make up, you'd apologize and make amends somehow. But when that angel has gone, you find that you're being brusque and dismissive on a regular basis. That you don't apologize. That you sometimes get 'in a mood' - and stay in it, as if out of spite.
Your loved ones don't like this. At all.
You don't like it. At all.
It really doesn't reflect how you truly feel about them, and how much they actually matter to you. It hurts you and them.
But it's become a habit.
Can that angel be recalled, and re-installed?
Hypnosis can help you reconnect with your true feelings
Respect your loved ones is an audio hypnosis session that will help you reconnect with the fundamental love you feel for the people who are dear to you and re-establish the link between that love and how you act.
As you relax and listen repeatedly to your download, you'll find yourself naturally
- experiencing an increased flow of loving feelings
- sensing a growing inner commitment to treat those you love well
- staying aware of how much these people matter to you
- basing your actions naturally on that awareness
- able to deal with occasional upsets and disagreements
- more actively enjoying the precious time you have together.
Download Respect your loved ones and make sure your time together is what you want it to be.
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Respect Your Loved Ones
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