Travel into the past ...
into the most appropriate time and place ...
back and back and back
into a different life
to find the answers you've been looking for
Allow yourself to see, what you don't allow yourself to see.
Milton H. Erickson
Intuitive Diabetes Support
"Are you going to make me quack like a duck?" a client asks me as we are getting ready to begin our session.
"Do you want to quack like a duck?", I ask back laughing. What most people do not realize is that they are actually the ones in control. All I am doing is facilitating the connection between their conscious and unconscious to help bring about the change they are looking for.
This is why sometimes hypnosis does not work on the first attempt. You may say you really want the change to happen but really deep down inside there is something that is saying, "No Way!".
It may take some time for us to figure out what that resistance is so we can address it. Once the resistance is removed everything changes.
I have been so amazed at the answers that come through past life regression session. Sometimes they come during the interview process. Other times they come through the life or experience that is visited. And other times they come through the questions presented to the Higher Self. But most often it is a combination of all three things.
When we are open and willing, our Higher Self has a way of reaching us in the way that is exactly right for us. Our only job is to trust the process.
"Thank you so much for this experience. I feel like I’ve learned so much and the got the answers I’ve been searching for. Communicating with the higher self was simply amazing. I am forever grateful.
Thank you, Elsie "
There are many reasons that quitting can seem like an impossible feat and most of them are not consciously your fault.
Repeating the same behavior over and over again creates a programming in our unconscious. Once that program is established it becomes automatic like a program that runs on our computer.
By changing the program the behaviors attached to that programming change
Getting that Diabetes diagnosis can be overwhelming. I know it was for me. I sat in utter disbelief as I look at my phone seeing my blood results.
"How could this happen?" I asked myself. I was numb with disbelief and horror. Yes, horror. I could not fathom it. I closed my phone and then opened it up and looked at the results again as if this time the results would be different. And each time they were exactly the same.
As I look back upon it now, I realize that all the signs were there, I had just chosen to ignore them.