Stop being self centered and reconnect with the world
Re-orientate yourself outwards with hypnosis
Have people close to you told you that you're a bit too self centered?
Do you think you might be excessively wrapped up in your own affairs and concerns to the detriment of relationships with others?
Self-centeredness is one of those attributes that's hard to pigeonhole categorically as 'good' or 'bad'. Every single living thing must put itself first in a number of ways, because survival depends on it. What you focus on is only important if you're alive to do the focusing. So we and every other creature strive first to do what favors our continued survival, and only when that survival is assured do we give attention to anything else.
So far, so good.
Humans - self centered or other centered?
We humans have evolved exceptionally sophisticated and subtle ways of managing our physical survival and psychological well-being. When everything is in balance, and our primal needs for safety, attention, stimulus, status, connection and meaning are adequately satisfied, we become capable of quite marvelous feats of creativity and ingenuity.
But a sophisticated and subtle system can easily go out of kilter if we don't take good care to look after it. Things can go wrong in any area, and whether we focus more on ourselves or on others is one are that is particularly susceptible to over-balancing. In either direction.
If we focus too exclusively on others, our individual needs and well-being may suffer, and we will not flourish as well as we might.
But if we focus too exclusively on ourselves, we risk damaging the delicate relationships we have with others that are also necessary to sustain us, and again we will not flourish as well as we might.
Why it feels hard to stop being the center of your own world
The trouble is that being overly self centered, as a default position in life, is rather addictive. Finding oneself and one's own affairs and problems far more fascinating and important than anyone else's just feels so right and natural. Thinking of the bigger picture, and how you really fit in with the rest of the world, seems like hard work, even if you have woken up to the fact that you need to redress the balance.
Here's where hypnosis can come to your assistance.
Hypnosis can help you turn your focus outwards again
Stop being self centered is an audio hypnosis session developed by psychologists that will help you to re-establish a healthy equilibrium between meeting your own needs and those of others.
As you relax and listen repeatedly to your download, you'll notice that the powerful hypnotic suggestions have brought about significant changes. In particular, you'll notice that you
- have a clearer vision of what your life is about
- experience a deep shift in your personal perspective
- spend less time dwelling on and analyzing your 'issues'
- are genuinely more interested and engaged in what is happening with other people
- enjoy healthier, more balanced relationships
- get much more out of life
Download Stop being self centered and wake up to everything that's good in life.
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