Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Hypnotherapy - it cures everything

I'm a convert.  I'll admit it, I was still a bit skeptical about how I'd go today, but thanks to all the work with Mr P, the presentation was fine.  In fact, it was better than fine.  It's amazing to go from terrified and ready to throw up (and a big frown to the colleague who kept giving me gorgeous sympathetic smiles at my last fear-filled speech) to something close to relaxed.

Ok, so I wasn't relaxed. But on a scale of 1 to 10, 10 being ready to throw up, I think I was a 3.  Which was exactly what Mr P promised me.

So, next is dealing with my motivation to exercise and eat better. I want more energy. I'm sick of feeling tired all the time.  I've got a full-time job, part-time uni and a house that I'm busy 'fixing' (because everyone needs a book covered library with a massive Chesterfield for snoozing in).  Life is busy, and my eating and exercise are always the first things to go.

I've got a bit of extra cash from all my public holiday work, so perhaps I'll book a few more sessions with Mr P.


  1. Wowser! Go you Miss A, I knew you could do it! I'm super pleased for you.

  2. Thanks Jess! It's nice to feel in control! Such a weird thing to have faith in.

  3. I don't think it's weird to have faith in hypnotherapy at all, cause it feels to me like it's faith in your own brain.

    Now I'm thinking of a scene from Firefly, when River says "I can kill you with my brain." It's pretty great.

    Now I'm worried you're going to ask your dude to teach you how to do that.

  4. I am ashamed to say that I didn't even think of that.

    I'll ask him next week. Also, you are awesome. Faith in my own brain indeed.