Struggling to get a good night's sleep? Do unexplained noises in the middle of the night spook you? Adam Cox uses this episode to challenge irrational belief systems of ghosts etc .., which can generate a 'flight or fight' alertness just when you need to drop off. By re-interpreting such sounds as those of, perhaps, a guardian angel, and re-visiting calmer emotional responses he points the way to more peaceful and relaxing nights ahead.
This episode uses the childhood experience of watching Star Trek and the Enterprise crew in order to resolve the challenge of gaining weight as a coping strategy: where it's used as a defence mechanism to deal with issues such as childhood trauma.
Recorded at a group meeting at RippleFest, this session uses the metaphor of a lake to encourage listeners to tap into their highest level, their key mission. Adam Cox steers away from behavioural aspects to focus on identity, using the ripple effect. Enjoy!
Adam Cox has designed this session around building muscle mass - not reducing body fat. He focuses on being resourceful for having the mind-set to succeed, ensuring your protein diet is appropriate, and targeting key muscle groups with exercises 'out of the comfort zone'. And he refers to a useful app to help you get you underway.
For those whose perfectionist approach leads to anxiety, this hypnosis session may offer relief. Many people are very resourceful and resilient, but at the same time get stressed and worried if things can't be just right. If you have a struggle keeping this noble motive in balance, Adam Cox's therapy session could be for you
Do you find yourself becoming distracted and irritated by things outside your control? If so, this short episode of The Hypnotist could help you to become less bothered by such things. Adam Cox dwells on developing an ability to deal with extraneous things as they are, without allowing them to build up negative stress inside.
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