Ground Hog Day

In a previous post I talked about skeletons in the closet. I talked about them being the paradigms or programmes through which we live our daily lives. In this post I will be expanding on that idea a little more…..

Remember the movie “Ground Hog Day”? In it a weather man (played by Bill Murray) finds himself living the same day over and over again..until he learns his lesson.

So what has a movie got to do with skeletons in the closet and self hypnosis? Well quite a lot from from where I am sitting 🙂 Just the other day I caught myself reacting automatically to a situation from past programming. I eventually awoke from the living dream 🙂 and applied my new program!

Events we encounter in our daily lives can cause us to unconsciously repeat the programming built into our subconscious mind (the skeletons). So every time we experience a ‘trigger event’ we react automatically to it (round Hog Day!”). That trigger event may be around money, relationships (personal & work), health, or security (home) or anything else that is part of our lives. Our habits also form part of the skeletons….. So we seem to be perpetually doing the same things we have always done but somehow expecting different outcomes… 🙂

Sooooo can hypnosis or self-hypnosis help with getting rid of some of these skeletons and stopping having Ground Hog Day moments? In my experience – yes!

Hypnosis helps by working directly on the sub-conscious mind to replace the old programming with new, better, self selected programming. Programming that supports a better life, not programming that holds you back!

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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