Healing and Hypnotherapy Volume 2, Issue - 11, 1 May 2018 - Page 31

2. What were you doing before Hypnotherapy? I had spent most of my life up to this point working within the construction industry as a licensed homebuilder. Working a career that gave me personally at the time only adequate satisfaction for self- fulfillment. Hypnotherapy and helping other people see firsthand change within their own lives was the missing piece for me. 3. How do you see Hypnotherapy as a complete healing tool? I believe that Hypnotherapy works in conjunction with so many other natural resources already hidden within our bodies. With the mind, body & spirit working in harmony it allows our bodies to respond to many issues in a manner, I believe the body was originally designed to do before we allowed so many worldly issues get in our way. I believe that Hypnotherapy is a guiding tool and a teaching tool that gives people a more insightful look into their own true potential. Teaching us that our words do hold power, our thoughts become words within and our bodies are responding to the stories our words are telling. 4. How your perspective has changed towards life after you became a therapist? I stumbled onto this information much late in life. I was in my 50’s when I began my path to become a Hypnotherapist. It taught me that regardless of age I do have more control of how I want to spend the rest of my life. I feel in more control these days. I choose to be happier and feel I have access to the means to keep it that way regardless of what is happening around me. I’ve experienced struggles and hardships as so many others have done over the years, I use the same therapist modalities in my own life to overcome so much. 5. What is your most life changing experience during therapy so far? My most life changing experience is simply the personal knowledge I’ve gained by experimenting with hypnosis on myself. I’ve witnessed so much first-hand. It’s made a believer out of me and I think that is the most important of it all. 2