My Best Self

Helping professional women, struggling with ageing,
feel younger again without cosmetic surgery or botox

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 About Me

Hi there! My name is Gwynne and I am a NGH Certified Hypnotherapist, Neo-Ericksonian Hypnotist, NLP Practitioner and ACH Practitioner, specialising in helping professional women feel rejuvenated and more comfortable with who they are.

I aim to help women tap into their own inner strength and resources to gain confidence to overcome the challenges of ageing and achieve their aims in life.

I believe that hypnosis is a powerful tool for personal transformation and growth and I am passionate about using it to help others achieve their full potential.

My approach to hypnosis is holistic and compassionate and I strive to create a safe and supportive environment for my clients to explore their inner selves and make positive changes in their lives.

I work with women who want to feel younger, more energetic and more confident in their own skin. Whether you are dealing with aging, low self-esteem or other challenges, I can help you tap into your inner resources and find new ways to feel empowered and in control of your life.

If you are ready to start feeling younger and more vibrant, I encourage you to contact me to schedule a clarity call and learn more about how hypnosis can help you achieve your goals.

I look forward to working with you and helping you discover your full potential.

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What happens in a hypnotherapy session?

Hypnotherapy is a partnership based on co-operation between therapist and client to achieve the changes you want.

To help you, I need to know your problem, what you hope to achieve with hypnotherapy and what’s holding you back? We then explore your thoughts, fears, beliefs, and other attitudes about your particular issue and discuss your goals and dreams as well as other aspects of your life that may contribute to you being ‘stuck’ or frustrated.

We also discuss the internal obstacles that undermine your progress (e.g., low-self-esteem, lack of self-confidence, poor self-image etc) and your problems dealing with them (e.g. social anxiety, procrastination, fear of failure, etc). I ask pointed questions, listening attentively and empathetically, to discover how those issues and problems adversely affect your happiness and well-being.

All our problems exist in the unconscious mind and this is where all the solutions are found as well so all change needs to happen unconsciously.

The unconscious mind is always trying to sort our problems out, is always trying to fix them. It's always trying to aim us towards health, well-being, a better life and better feelings but it's the conscious mind that interrupts this natural process.

Hypnosis, therefore, seeks to bypass the critical, conscious mind and take you to a place that we call ‘trance’ where we can access the unconscious mind which not only feels relaxing and tranquil but you also get to understand what's going on 'internally'.

It's almost like taking the lid off your subconscious power and you start to feel amazing because you get to understand the real you, inside.

This is what hypnosis does for people. It allows them to feel positive. It allows them to get excited about things and overcome not just one but many issues. You'll gain something you've been looking for, for a long time, that gives you what you need to see outside of your problem.

The key points to remember about hypnosis and hypnotherapy are:
• You are always in control of the session, and can snap out of the trance at any time, if you need to.
• You cannot be made to say, do or reveal anything against your will.
• You allow yourself to go into the trance, to the level you are comfortable with.
• You are aware, and able to recall, what is said and done in the session, just as you would from an ordinary conversation.

So, what's holding you back? Start your new life TODAY with MBSH.

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What is Conversational Hypnosis?

Conversational Hypnosis is a powerful tool that allows individuals to change thoughts, behaviours, and beliefs through simple conversations.

The father of modern hypnosis, Milton H. Erickson, discovered the power of this technique through his own struggles with ill health.

Despite suffering from polio and chronic pain, Erickson found a way to take his life's difficulties and turn them into his own superpower. He discovered he could access the strengths and resources deep within his mind, and even taught himself to walk again.

He also learned to read body language and understand people's innermost thoughts and feelings, and then used metaphor, stories, and tone to shift people's states of consciousness. 

When first hearing about "conversational hypnosis," it may seem unusual and unfamiliar. The common understanding of hypnosis is that it involves putting someone in a trance-like state, making them appear asleep, and then influencing them to quit smoking or perform strange acts for an audience.
However, hypnosis encompasses more than just this stereotypical image.

A skilled hypnotist can induce trance and bring about change through a seemingly normal conversation. This is the essence of conversational hypnosis, which is a scientific and systematic method of inducing trance through conversation.

Conversational Hypnosis Happens Naturally

Conversational hypnosis is a natural occurrence that happens regularly in everyday interactions. When having a conversation, such as discussing a vacation or reminiscing about childhood, it can cause hypnotic states to develop and dissipate, similar to waves on a beach. This is because trance is a normal part of life, and we often enter and exit hypnotic states without realising it.

It is possible for someone to be in hypnosis without feeling relaxed or having their eyes closed, as hypnosis, particularly conversational hypnosis, is a normal part of daily activities such as driving, daydreaming, and watching television.

Netflix is Your Hypnotist!

When we watch a movie or series, our attention is fully absorbed by the characters and plot, disregarding our surroundings. This is an example of hypnosis, where our awareness is narrowed and focused on the story. However, it is important to note that hypnosis is not mind control and a hypnotist can only influence, not control, the listener. In Neuro-Linguistic Programming, this is known as "downtime." Even daydreaming can be considered a form of trance.

Conversational hypnosis is related to the way we respond to a good story. It uses language to guide the listener into a receptive state, where new options can be considered, memories can be accessed, and change can happen. This is done in a more casual and less structured way than traditional trance inductions.

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