Today, I’m diving deep into a topic many of us struggle with: breaking bad habits. You’ve probably wondered why it’s so incredibly tough to stop bad habits, even when you know they’re detrimental to your health and happiness. Well, the truth is, it’s not just about willpower, knowledge, or your inner strength.
In this blog post, I’m uncovering the fascinating reasons behind the struggle to break free from bad habits and how understanding the workings of your mind can be the key to lasting change and permanent relief.
The power of your subconscious mind
At the heart of the matter lies your subconscious mind, the powerhouse responsible for steering a whopping 95% of your thoughts and actions. Its primary goal? To lead you away from pain and towards pleasure – a fundamental aspect of human behavior. This is where the battle against bad habits truly begins.
The cycle of addiction
Bad habits often get intertwined with our subconscious desires for immediate pleasure and relief from pain. Think about addictions like alcohol, drugs, overeating, or even excessive screen time – they’re all forms of escape from life’s challenges and stressors.
For instance, picture this: You’ve just wrapped up a long, stressful day at work. Financial worries, a demanding boss, and irate customers have left you feeling drained and frustrated. So, you reach for that bottle of wine or a six-pack of your favorite beer, telling yourself, “Just one to take the edge off.”
One turns into two, two into more, and before you know it, you’ve polished off the whole bottle or pack. You head to bed, feeling miserable, and your sleep is restless thanks to the alcohol playing havoc with your blood sugar and liver function.
The next morning, the problem that triggered it still remains, and you’re left with regret to go with your throbbing hangover. You tell yourself it’s time to quit, but the cycle repeats and never ends.
Hypnotherapy can help you find the root cause of your addiction
It’s essential to understand that the root cause isn’t a lack of knowledge or willpower – it’s the driving force behind your need to resort to these habits for comfort or inner peace. It’s about soothing your mind, managing stress, and numbing the pain you face daily.
The exciting news is that you don’t have to battle this alone. In just one session of Rapid Transformational Therapy, you can uncover the underlying reasons behind your habits. We’ll bypass the analytical part of your mind using hypnosis, diving straight into your Subconscious Mind – the part of your mind that’s really in charge.
What sets Rapid Transformational Therapy apart is its ability to uncover why you’re drawn to these habits, helping you address the core issue. Remember, addiction is merely a symptom of something deeper.
Check out some of the success stories
I’ve helped many clients overcome addictive thoughts and behaviours in as little as 1-3 sessions of Rapid Transformational Therapy. You can check out some of the feedback and testimonials shared here
So now you know it’s not just about willpower or lack of knowledge
To wrap this up for you, breaking bad habits isn’t just a test of your willpower or knowledge. It’s a journey of self-discovery, understanding your key drivers and motivations, so that you can begin your transformation. And what I want you to take-away from this is this – you my friend, possess the power to change and conquer these habits, you don’t need to suffer or put up with it alone and I’m here to guide you through that journey.
P.S. If you have questions or want to learn more about Rapid Transformational Therapy, don’t hesitate to book a free
15 minute consultation call. Your path to breaking bad habits and achieving lasting change begins here!