Give Yourself a Second Chance
7th November, 20090 Comments
Are you living the life you were meant to live? Or have outside influences changed the real you into someone who is unfulfilled, unhappy, stressed, overweight, depressed or just plain unhappy.
You can give yourself a second chance. Regardless of what’s happened in the past you can get back to what I like to call essence. Who is the real you?
Close your eyes and imagine for a minute that there is a parallel universe and you have a parallel “you” who is exactly the same age as you are now. Only this “you” has had everything in their lives nurture them. Perfect parents, perfect schooling, perfect friends, perfect partner everything perfect, nothing standing in the way of letting you be the person you are entitled to be.
This you is standing in front of you under a spotlight, in your imagination step into that spotlight and into the real you. Have a good look around, notice how it feels and what the difference is. Really live that real new you and then decide whether you want to stay in that frame. Live your life to the full, we can choose how outside influences affect us. Its not just your physiology but your mind set, make up your mind to be the person who looks back on their life knowing that you’ve lived the life you were born to.
A good hypnotherapist will take you through this process and lead you further to understand what your life can be like. If only you give yourself a second chance.
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