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LAUREN BEST

Unlocking the Power of Resilience with Hypnosis and Visualizations

Hypnosis and visualization can be tools used to help build a more resilient mindset by influencing the subconscious mind and promoting positive thought patterns… because our subconscious mind cannot differentiate whether something has happened in real life or if we simply imagined it!

I want to share with you, how together, they contribute to building greater resilience for the mind and body:

  1. Stress Reduction: Hypnosis and visualization techniques often involve deep relaxation. By inducing a state of calmness and reducing stress, these practices can help lower cortisol levels and promote a more resilient response to challenges that pop up all around you.

  2. Changing Negative Thought Patterns: Resilience is closely linked to one’s ability to cope with adversity and bounce back after finding ourselves in the doomed, yet very real, negative thought spiral that we all know and don’t love. Hypnosis allows you to access the subconscious mind and modify negative thought patterns or limiting beliefs that may hinder resilience by rewriting the stories from your past that you’ve stored deep that influence the stories you now tell yourself. By replacing these negative thoughts with empowering ones that support an alternative narrative, you can develop a more glass is half full mentality that actually begins to spill over into the different parts of your life.

  3. Enhanced Coping Strategies: Through hypnosis, you can visualize and rehearse effective coping strategies for various challenges you may face. This mental rehearsal can contribute to a sense of preparedness and confidence, safety in the body, and building bravery and boldness to navigate difficult situations.

  4. Building Self-Efficacy: Visualization, in particular, involves creating mental images of success and feelings of self-trust and confidence. By repeatedly visualizing yourself overcoming obstacles and experiencing the feelings that once felt out of grasp, you can enhance your self-efficacy—the belief in your ability to handle challenges and actually experience the feelings that always felt like they had to be achieved to be experienced.

  5. Promoting Positive Emotions: Hypnosis and visualization can be used to evoke positive emotions, such as gratitude, hope, and joy. Focusing on positive emotions, and showing the body and mind what it feels like in hypnosis can help you increase emotional resilience, enabling you to better cope with stress and adversity and tap into those positive emotions more easily both in our minds and in our bodies.

  6. Mind-Body Connection: Both hypnosis and visualization emphasize the mind-body connection. By promoting relaxation and positive mental states, these practices can have positive effects on physical well-being. A healthy body contributes to a resilient mindset, as physical well-being is closely linked to mental resilience. Hypnosis allows us to talk to the body and subconscious mind at once.

  7. Encouraging a Growth Mindset: Hypnosis and visualization can be used to foster a growth mindset, which I like to believe is that your abilities and wisdom can be developed through surrender, trust, and consistency. A growth mindset is associated with resilience because it encourages individuals to view challenges as opportunities for growth rather than insurmountable obstacles.

There are so many possibilities all around us, and even more become accessible to us when we give ourselves the space to engage in resilience-building strategies, even beyond hypnosis and visualization, such as social support, engaging our own discernment, and prioritizing healthy choices for ourselves.

If you’re ready to explore hypnosis as an amazing, expansive tool for gaining more resilience…

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Lots of love,

💕 Lauren

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