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Building confidence through changing long standing beliefs
Confidence is a positive feeling arising from an appreciation of one’s own abilities, which means that you’re able to beat all the challenges in your life!
Hypnotherapy for confidence releases the confidence you were born with.
Acting confident teaches your subconscious, a new behaviour, in a natural way that integrates into your normal way of life. We need confidence in ALL areas of our life, from getting up in the morning until we go to bed at night each and every day.
We face many different challenges from relationships, work, health, education, finance and planning the future. If we don’t have an abundance of confidence we can find that small things throw us off track, slow us down and cause anxiety.
Confidence is something that you are born with, anxiety is something that you learn. Using hypnotherapy for confidence we can help you to release old beliefs and to change your current behaviour.
Perhaps you’ve noticed how a confident people seem to carry themselves differently. Confident people tend to come across as self-reliant, which means they recognise their self-worth and are comfortable with who they are.
If you’re comfortable with what you’re do, where you live, and the people you have around you, you’ll probably feel more confident as a person. If we believe (for whatever reason) that we are not good enough in some regard we feel less self-confident.
A confident person is someone who trusts themselves to do a particular task be that socialising, presenting or doing a job. Their confidence means that they don’t need or look for reassurance from others. They may seek advice but they trust their own judgement in real world experiences. Being confident not only to take on change, grab opportunities and trust themselves to do a good job in everything they do.
Your self-confidence increases as a result of life experiences of having completed particular tasks. Self-confidence involves a belief that in the future, you can achieve what you want to do.
Self-confidence is not the same as self-esteem, which is an evaluation of one’s own worth, whereas self-confidence is more specifically trust in your ability to achieve some goal.
What makes a confident person?
Everyone has a unique set of beliefs, skills, biases and conditioning that are usually set up, in the main, from childhood experiences and cultural environment. Conditioning plays a huge part in what we believe about ourselves.
If you were criticised, bullied, controlled, ignored or abused as a child it is likely that your self-confidence will be effected. The good news is that conditioning can be changed and it was part of that we focus on with hypnotherapy. If you think you’re not as confident as you’d like, we can work on improving the beliefs you hold about yourself and unpick some of the conditioning you may have received about yourself.
If you hold vile negative thoughts about you value, capabilities and worth, you will subconsciously be projecting them out into the world and people will respond accordingly. If you don’t believe in yourself how can anyone else?
Self-confidence helps you go after the things you want. Whether it’s applying for a job at your dream organisation, reaching out to someone in your professional network or even deciding to study further instead of working.
Using hypnotherapy for confidence
We use hypnotherapy for confidence with many clients with low self-confidence, low self-worth and low self-esteem. Some of the most common issues are :-
- Social Anxiety
- Lack of confidence
- Public speaking
- Driving test nerves
- Low self-esteem
- Pre-test nerves
- Exam pressures
- Stage fright
- Fear of rejection
- Fear of driving
How can hypnotherapy for confidence help you?
Hypnotherapy for confidence helps challenge negative thought processes and limiting beliefs and can eliminate self-doubt allowing you to generate a more positive future, improving self-image and increasing determination.
Lack of confidence can be rooted in negative experiences as a child or teenager, or significant difficult events in our adult life. If these negative experiences are not dealt with they can set a precedent for future achievement. It can be beneficial to pinpoint the initial sensitising event of the confidence problem and use hypnotherapy for confidence to change negative thought processes. Confidence can also be affected by simple day to day living.
A mistake or two here like a bad dating experience and your confidence can take a plummet. By utilising the full potential of the sub-conscious mind, we use hypnotherapy for confidence to improve self-confidence and create a more positive self-image.