Skeletons in the Closet

Hi there again.  In my last post I talked about Be-Do-Have and hypnosis.  In tis post I will be talking about Skeletons in the Closet!

So what do I mean by skeletons in the closet and what does it have to do with hypnosis or self hypnosis?  Quite a bit really! 🙂

In my post – So What Exactly am I Changing – I mentioned operating paradigm.  A great word that paradigm!  What does it mean?: a philosophical or theoretical framework of any kind.  In a nut shell, for me it means the way in which we habitually think and act.  As I mentioned in my Be-Do-Have post, we get or have that which we Do.  We Do those things are in alignment with our Be.

Our skeletons exist in our Be.  We either can’t see them because they are habitual and we are typically blind to our habitual behaviours and beliefs, or we know they are there but make excuses for them.  A bit like an old friend that we make allowances for their indiscretions!  As someone once said – “unconscious incompetence!”.   These skeletons stop us achieving those things we desire and that are in alignment with our values.  They make us think that we can do the same things and expect a different result – yeah right!

And where did these skeletons come from?  They come from how we learned to make our way in the world.  They were developed at an early age before we were able to make rational sense of the world and how it works.

So how do we get rid of our skeletons?  Well one way is with the help of hypnosis.  With hypnosis or self hypnosis one is able to reprogramme the sub-conscious and start to get rid of those skeletons!

until next time



About selfhypnosisresource

Hi there. I have an interest in personal change - for the better and have done so for many years. I am working on meditation - that's a work in progress. I have been on a number of Vipassana retreats. I found these of great value. I also have an interest in self-hypnosis and how it can help with self improvement. My blog is on topics associated with personal change, hypnosis, Vipassana and Huna
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