Use your inner mind to find the meaning of life - your life
If you've ever wondered about the meaning of life, you are not alone. For thousands of years we've all been asking:
Why am I here?
What is my life for?
Where am I going?
What is the point?
Family, teachers, religious leaders, and influential members of society may all have influenced you (positively and negatively) as you began to ask these questions about the meaning of your own life.
And the fact that you are reading this now indicates that you are not altogether satisfied with the answers you have had so far, and are wondering if there is more. Or maybe you used to feel that life was full of meaning for you, but now find yourself lost and adrift.
Why is it so important to find meaning in life?
Although many people understand that you've got to have the basics (food, shelter, work, social connection, for example) in order to have any kind of a life, it's less commonly appreciated that a sense of meaning is also actually vital to our well-being.
We need to feel that our lives have a purpose and a direction that's worth striving for, worth devoting ourselves to. If we don't find this meaning, we can become depressed, or try to hide the emptiness from ourselves with drink, drugs, sex, shopping, etc.
The meaning of life - a cruel joke?
It's easy to become cynical. The aforementioned drink, drugs, sex and shopping can all give you the illusion that there is some meaning to what you are doing, because of the intensity of the experience. But as soon as you come down from the high, that emptiness encroaches again.
There is an answer
Victor Frankl, famous psychiatrist and writer, survived the hell of the concentration camps and made a study of what really makes it possible for people (including himself) to come through such experiences. In his powerful book Man's Search for Meaning he identifies meaning as the prime driver, more important even than pure survival, and has this to say:
'Ultimately, man should not ask what the meaning of his life is, but rather he must recognize that it is he who is asked.'
He recognised that the 'meaning of life' is not a ready-made commodity that you can pick off the shelf. You make the meaning by how you live.
How hypnosis can help you find the meaning of life for yourself
Nature has dictated the needs that we must satisfy to live well. And nature has also endowed us with the resources to get those needs met. The most dramatically powerful resource you have is your own unconscious mind. The Meaning of Life session will show you how you can let your own unconscious mind be your tutor.
Meaning of Life will get you deeply relaxed and in a state where your mind can really open itself up to the possibilities of living with meaning, right where you are now. It will help you stop looking in the wrong places and concentrate your attention where you can build your own true meaning.
Download Meaning of Life now and set out on the most important voyage of discovery you will ever make.
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Meaning of Life
Narrator: Roger Elliott
Download Size: 8.97 MB
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