Do You Feel Lost?
If you feel lost, you are not alone. Many people drift through life on auto pilot, wondering what is their purpose and what they are supposed to be. Some causes of feeling lost in life can include:
• Can’t identify a purpose or something that makes you feel alive
• Feeling alone
• Little support from family and friends
• Too much on your mental plate
• Too busy
• Health conditions
• The media creating false and unrealistic expectations
• Weight issues
• Self image issues
• Self-love and self-esteem issues
Hypnosis helps you break the cycle of “I feel lost”
Hypnosis and hypnotherapy are modalities that reduce lost feelings and bring your mind back to center. When meeting with our hypnotherapists, we help you identify what really “makes you tick” and what is your “true north” in terms of life’s direction for you. In the trace state, you are deeply relaxed and focused. During hypnosis the subconscious mind is accessed and desired goals or a new state of mind is introduced.
See yourself in a whole new positive light, allow others to see the glow within you, feel more relaxed around others and feel great from the inside out — its all possible using hypnosis. Meridian Peak Hypnotherapists craft a custom hypnosis plan that get you back on track. 99% of our clients report a significant change in how they feel after the first visit.
Hypnosis is proven more effective than traditional counseling
In a study in American Health Magazine, hypnosis and hypnotherapy have a 93% success rate compared with lower results from other methods of therapy which require far more sessions. Click here to learn more about hypnosis and its high success rate.
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