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Weight Loss

As we know, there is no magic when it comes to weight loss. Diets don't work. Staying motivated for that exercise program fades. Lack of motivation comes not from your conscious brain but from your subconscious brain. The part of your mind that wants pleasure and avoids change. We work with clients who are truly interested in losing weight, having a healthy lifestyle and are ready to invest in the time and effort that it takes. We don’t accept all clients because some people are not ready yet to focus on why they are not successful. Even people who have had bariatric surgery and fail are sometimes not ready. Hypnosis is not magic, it takes a commitment to finally address the weight loss issues in life. 

Unfortunately, all the willpower in your conscious mind can’t resist the pleasure-generating effects of food if you feel punished or deprived by not eating (diet). 


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Repetitive Body Behaviors

Hair Pulling, Face Picking, Nail Biting, Teeth Grinding, Cheek Biting...the list goes on and on. When you have a bad habit and not a "diagnosis"...then give us a call to see if we can help. 

The subconscious is the habit center of the mind. These repetitive behaviors may indicate an underlying anxious or worry issue. Sometimes it is just a deeply engrained habit. 


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It’s enough to make one crazy. We know we should do something—like work out, eat better, give the dog a bath, finish that work project, or call our mom—but we can’t seem to get it done. We’re on the couch feeling unmotivated and frustrated. If we want to achieve something, we’ve got to make sure that our entire mind is onboard with the plan.

The human mind has both a conscious and a subconscious element. The conscious mind tends to be that intelligent, goal-setting, analytical part that knows exactly where we want to end up. The subconscious mind is the part that wants to make life easy, help us be comfortable, protect us and keep us safe. To achieve a goal, both parts have to be in agreement that the goal is of the highest benefit. If there’s conflict, the subconscious will most likely win. Our protective or comfort instinct will find a way to overcome that hard-thinking, willpower-fueled, gotta-get-there drive that our conscious mind can build.


Alcohol is a great distractor from our issues, however it causes even more problems. Some people want to cut back and others want to stop completely. By forming new healthy habits, clients can address the underlying problems that trigger the habit. What if you could control your behaviors and break the cycle? Become empowered today. Our services are confidential and discreet. No diagnosis in the file. Call to see if hypnosis can help you. Individual results vary. 

Willpower Versus Habit

While willpower can overcome some resistance, long-term habit-forming success comes more quickly when we can identify and resolve the subconscious resistance. So, how can an individual or a team leader overcome being dragged down by an unmotivated subconscious? There are two key elements: First, you’ve got to show the subconscious the benefit by making the end result visible. You have to visualize yourself healthy and you have to show the team members what success looks like. Second, you’ve got to make sure that the subconscious doesn’t become distracted along the way. Success comes from constantly seeing the end result in a believable and achievable series of steps. It isn’t just having the steps laid out consciously for the individual or the team but rather being able to visualize those steps being taken and being able to visualize being successful.