The Power of Positive Thinking

Authors Ian Geddes and Susan Chan

Paul McKenna says that ‘depending upon the meaning, we give to situations or events, we will feel and behave differently’. Your mind has a massive control and influence on what you think, what you do and how you feel. So is the glass half full or half empty? When using a modern psychological technique such as NLP and applying this with deep relaxation (hypnotherapy) you have the ability to change the way that you look at life, events and relationships. When you view something in a new more positive way, the term ‘reframe’, is used. The whole business of advertising is based on the power of getting you to view a product in a positive way, to get you to feel good about buying a product. Similarly, public relations, marketing and ‘spinning’ information and even the shopping experience all place emphasis on providing you with a relaxed, enjoyable environment or ‘frame’.

You are more likely to buy, be persuaded or convinced when you feel good.

We work with young people preparing for exams at school and university. They come to us stressed and anxious. Over a few sessions we can work on creating positivity. Through hypnotherapy we can help people to relax, regain confidence and view the future with a greater degree of personal control. Of course they still have to work hard to pass, but they know that success will come. The  power of positive thinking can also assist clients passing a driving test, lose weight and making that desired change.

So if you are feeling low or worthless, or fearful of failure then work with us to sharpen and tap into your mind and use the ‘power of positive thinking’ to get you moving forward towards being the person that you want to be.

4 top tips for positive thinking

Work on turning all negativity and thoughts into positive ones

Be kind about yourself. Value all your strengths

Adopt a ‘can do’ philosophy.  Give you best

Seek out positive and supportive people. Avoid those that rejoice in spreading misery

“Fear less, hope more; Eat less, chew more; Whine less, breathe more; Talk less, say more; Love more, and all good things will be yours” Swedish saying.

Posted in: Neuro Linguistic Programming
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