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Dr Tracie O’Keefe DCH is one of the most highly qualified and experienced clinical hypnotherapists practising in Australia today who has received worldwide recognition and praise for her research and development of clinical procedures.
Would you like to be able to program yourself to increase your abilities?
Do you need a disciplined and peaceful mind?
How would you like to balance your mind and body each day wherever you are?
Do you need a professional hypnotherapist to help you achieve these skills?
People who practise self-hypnosis find that their life becomes more balanced and happy.
The brain is your central control room where all the strategies of your life are planned and from which they are initiated.
It is the place to start if you want to change anything or make new discoveries. In self-hypnosis you are continually in control of your situation, from which you can wake up any time you want to.
Your conscious mind is only a very small fraction of your whole mental capability; in fact, it is probably less than 1 per cent. You could say it is your window on the world where you meet the environment.
Probably more than 99 per cent of your mental capabilities work on an unconscious level, therefore doesn’t it make sense, in order to be efficient, that you need to work on an unconscious level?
You have a lifetime of experience and resources that you have collected and experienced that are stored in your unconscious mind. These may not be available to you consciously but they are unconsciously. Just think of all the things you have actually experienced – but of course, you can’t, can you, consciously?
Interested in tapping into the vast abilities of your unconscious mind?
However, you never forget anything unconsciously, therefore you never forget anything you have learnt to do well. And just remember that you can remember what you have learnt when you train your brain in self-hypnosis and forget only the things you don’t need.
We all dream of being really smart and of course we are. Perhaps we may have forgotten that consciously, but the truth of the matter is that we are incredibly intelligent human beings and learning to discover that through self-hypnosis gives you a whole new lease of life.
Learning to hypnotise yourself is fun as you discover what an amazing brain you have that can help you towards so many of the things that you want to achieve.
Learning the ability to go inside and search through those unconscious memory banks, giving you a chance to repeat anything you once did well, learn new things, imagining far beyond your possible conscious awareness.
Would you like to learn to become your own self-hypnotist?
You can use self-hypnosis for weight loss, sleep, stopping smoking and a whole range of other issues.
What is really enjoyable as well is that when you practise self-hypnosis daily you can experience a deep sense of calm, peace and control over your life.
Yes, you can really do that…I know… I do it to help me in my life and help me focus on the things I want to achieve until I achieve them.
When you practise self-hypnosis your brain calms down and goes down into the alpha and theta brainwave state so it takes out all that over-stimulation that you may experience each day. Suddenly you get a wonderful sense that you can control your life and mind.
I teach self-hypnosis to clients in my Sydney clinic in a very short space of time, giving you the knowledge and abilities to go out into the world to use it anywhere, anytime, to move your life forward in a way that is right for you. It really is that good.
Book your appointment to learn self-hypnosis with Dr Tracie O’Keefe DCH by calling 02 8021 6429.
Dr Tracie O’Keefe DCH, BHSc, ND, Clinical Hypnotherapist, Psychotherapist. Counsellor, PACFA registered Mental Health Professional and Naturopath in Sydney. You can get help by booking an appointment with me at the Australian Health & Education Centre.