- Abundance Mentality
- All or Nothing Thinking
- Am I Normal
- Analysis Paralysis
- Be More Objective
- Creative Problem Solving
- Critical Thinking Skills
- Dealing with Disappointment
- Jumping to Conclusions
- Learn From Mistakes
- Limiting Beliefs
- Long Term Thinking
- Not As Bad As You Think
- Organize Your Thinking
- Overcome Indecision
- Overcome Paranoia
- Overcome Superstition
- Positive Thinking
- Self Talk Coach
- Stop Being a Control Freak
- Stop Being Closed Minded
- Stop Comparing Yourself
- Stop Daydreaming
- Stop Negative Thoughts
- Stop Thinking the Worst
- Stop Worrying
- Tame Your Inner Critic
- Think For Yourself
- Trapped in Your Head
- Trust Your Instincts
- Victim Mentality
- Worrying About Others
Become your own Self Talk Coach
Use hypnosis to train your brain to talk to you like a real friend and mentor
Is your self talk angry and critical or kindly and supportive?
Do you beat yourself up more than you encourage yourself?
It's natural to have a negative reaction when things go wrong or when you make a mistake over something important. After all, nobody's going to like it, are they? It's normal to turn the air briefly blue with a swear word or two, or allow the sting of disappointment to get through to you. But it's what you do next that really counts, particularly what you habitually say to yourself when it's all gone pear-shaped.
Telling yourself off is not helpful
If your head habitually fills with negative comments on your origins, skills, abilities, intelligence and potential, to the point where you can hardly think of anything else, you feel down and your self confidence and motivation is damaged. This is not the best state of mind to be in to put things right or make any other kind of progress in life.
People can fall into a habit of putting themselves down for many different reasons, and understanding the reasons for it is not as important as understanding that this damaging habit, like any other, can be changed. And when you do change the habit, and begin to encourage and support yourself, and give yourself good advice rather than a telling off, it can have a really positive transformative effect on your life.
What is the best way to coach yourself in the art of positive self encouragement?
Hypnosis can help you get better at encouraging and motivating yourself
Self talk coach is an audio hypnosis session developed by psychologists with wide experience in the field of personal motivation and development. Using the power of hypnosis to reach the unconscious mind, regularly listening to this session will soon get you
- relaxing very profoundly and accessing a powerful learning state
- feeling more detached and calm about the ups and downs of life
- developing a deeper, more nurturing relationship with yourself
- learning how to assess yourself more objectively
- encouraging yourself constructively and positively in all situations
Download Self talk coach and become your own best friend and mentor.
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