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Specialist help for all types of addiction, smoking, gambling, alcohol and substance abuse. When your habit dominates your life, I will help you take back control.
Fears and phobias are ‘learned’ behaviours. Our therapist will help you to unlearn negative responses and feel comfortable in any situation without the need for lengthy exposure therapy.
Are you stressed or suffering with social anxiety and/or panic attacks or compulsive behaviours. We can remove the beliefs causing these issues and install feelings of calm and serenity.
If a lack of confidence or low self-esteem is holding you back, you can be pleasantly surprised at how quickly you can become empowered and learn to really love yourself.
You do not need to believe that you have lived a past life to benefit from this experience You are certain to enjoy the session and to find it very relaxing. Why not Invite some friends and book a PLR Party!
Fully immerse yourself in a restful, peaceful and more nourishing sleep without the need for aids or medications
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Don't let pain hold you back any longer. We can assist with pain management and help you to live a happier less painful life.
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Finding peace in a chaotic world
Mindfulness is a very simple form of meditation that was little known in the West until recently. A typical meditation consists of focusing your full attention on your breath as it flows in and out of your body. Focusing on each breath in this way allows you to observe your thoughts as they arise in your mind and, little by little, to let go of struggling with them. You come to realise that thoughts come and go of their own accord; that you are not your thoughts. You can watch as they appear in your mind, seemingly from thin air, and watch again as they disappear, like a soap bubble bursting. You come to the profound understanding that thoughts and feelings (including negative ones) are transient. They come and they go, and ultimately, you have a choice about whether to act on them or not.
Mindfulness is observation without criticism; being compassionate with yourself. When unhappiness or stress hover overhead, rather than taking it all personally, you learn to treat them as if they were black clouds in the sky, and to observe them with friendly curiosity as they drift past. In essence, mindfulness allows you to catch negative thought patterns before they tip you into a downward spiral. It begins the process of putting you back in control of your life.
Over time, mindfulness brings about long-term changes in mood and levels of happiness and wellbeing. Scientific studies have shown that mindfulness not only prevents depression, but that it also positively affects the brain patterns underlying day-to-day anxiety, stress, depression and irritability so that when they arise, they dissolve away again more easily. Other studies have shown that regular meditators see their doctors less often and spend fewer days in hospital. Memory improves, creativity increases and reaction times become faster