Habits Are Made to be Broken … Today

In our formative, impressionable years, people try to teach us to be good children, and even if they do a good job, guess what? Being a good child is the wrong answer, once we’ve grown up! How many of those “good” habits we picked up, way back when, are holding us back today? It can be hard to take charge when you were taught to wait your turn, to hold your tongue, or to do what the people around you do, instead of finding opportunities.

Bad habits hold you back, and good habits propel you forward, don’t they? Who doesn’t want fewer bad habits and more good habits? But few things are harder than adjusting your habits consciously. You only have so much attention to spend, and it’s mostly called for already.

That’s where hypnosis comes in. Hypnosis bypasses most of the need willpower and constant vigilance when adjusting your habits, because it communicates with your unconscious mind directly, in terms it understands, so you start acting on your desires quickly and easily, in just a few short sessions.

Does it work like magic? No, because magic doesn’t work! But because it’s the right tool for the job, it’s that much smoother and easier than what you’ve tried before. That’s why so many people turn to hypnosis for difficult habits like stopping smoking, losing weight, and any other habit, good or bad, that they need adjust for the better.

Are you held back because you’re not doing things you already know how to do, such as making the big decisions, or picking up the phone and calling strangers, or just putting in the hours? Take a moment and imagine what would happen if you habitually, automatically, and cheerfully did the things that were so hard before. Even if you don’t actually do them any better, when you do them sooner and more easily, how much will your life improve? So make the decision, pick up the phone, and put in a few short hours to improve your life.


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Robert Plamondon has written three books, received over 30 U.S. patents, founded several businesses, and is an expert on free-range chickens. Robert's publishing company, Norton Creek Press, is a treasure trove of reprinted classics, including Hypnotherapy of War Neuroses, which covers treating PTSD in veterans. Robert and his wife Karen sell free-range chicken and eggs at the Corvallis farmers' markets. Robert's hypnotherapy office is in downtown Corvallis.

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