Bill Noon Healing Freedom

Christmas – is the Goose getting fat?

Control the calories before and during Christmas so January doesn’t see you FAT

It is the old rhyme that features the Goose being fattened ready for the Christmas feast. Don’t follow in the steps of the Goose getting fat from eating too much in a short period of time. Extra weight is often put on during the Christmas celebrations when large amounts of food in the home somehow signifies wealth and happiness. At festive times there is always a list of highly calorific foods available. If you are going to eat any of these high calorie rich food goodies e.g. mince pies, rich fruit cake, hand made chocolates then take control and limit what you eat. Check out the calorie count before you buy or eat any of these seasonal celebratory foods. The same goes for alcoholic drinks, moderation is always a valid path to take.

Try swapping something out of your normal meal when you have one of these treats. For example cut out bread and butter for the base of a sandwich and have a wrap instead or use large lettuce leaves stuffed with your choice of filling. There are plenty of ideas for healthy lower calorie foods and meals on the internet – having a balance is the aim of any good meal and diet.

Some people get caught up eating or even gorging on these high calorie foods at Christmastime due to stress or upset, so try relaxing quietly on your own for 5 or 10 minutes. Just have a quiet day dream imagine somewhere special for example a favourite holiday place.

So don’t wait for January until you see the FAT problem.  Christmas is coming and so is January, New Year resolutions can start now and get you ready to avoid extra FAT and weight gain.

Good Luck.

Sales – Be the best sales person with self-hypnosis

Who is a sales person? We all have a role as a sales person, believe me it’s true.

Whatever we do in life somewhere along the road we have to become a salesperson. Whether we know it or not, like it or not. Whether it’s for financial reward or just to improve our life the art of selling is a part of our existence. Remember your first girlfriend / boyfriend, you had to sell yourself to them whether it was done consciously or not. We go on through life using our in built ability to promote ourselves in a job, a relationship, a family, a sports team to name just a few. Where we need to persuade, coerce or win over others then our selling ability needs to shines through.

Not everyone is good at sales. There are lots of people who are not at all good and this often includes people who have been trained to sell some obviously are better than others. Some will have to work at it, rehearse and polish their performance to a level that looks natural and convincing. Everyone providing a service or doing a job of work has to accept that they have a part to play in ‘selling’ themselves and the benefits of their organisation internally as well as externally.

‘He’s a natural born salesman’ and ‘he could charm the birds out of the trees’  are couple of sayings and descriptions that when examined relate to a person’s ‘natural’ ability to communicate, to talk and ultimately to ‘sell’ themselves to their intended target.

Often the good sales people have an abundance of ‘in built skills’ that they have subconsciously gathered during their formative years. Communication skills in particular give the good sales person an edge.  I’m not just talking about talking, instead I mean listening to the words used,  looking at the facial clues, the body language, eye movement and micro expressions.

When someone is telling you a story, you may have a ‘gut feeling’ that you are perhaps not getting the truth. This instinctive reaction is based on detailed evidence that you have stored in your subconscious during your formative years and your subconscious is now sending you a warning. Facial expressions, body movements and tone of voice are just a few. I know that is a very simplistic explanation yet that is how we evolve and move forward in life. Benefit from discovering some new ways of getting in tune with your customers, colleagues, family and friends.

So could you become a better salesperson using self-hypnosis? Of course it’s possible. Recognise your natural intuitive abilities and harness them in a more effective manner and see your performance improve. Hypnosis and self-hypnosis allow you to find a way to access deep relaxation which better prepares you to handle pressure. The challenge of meeting targets, closing the deal and managing stress in your workplace becomes easier to control.

Hypnosis and Self Hypnosis can make a difference to your life. A good place to start to learn is from a trained Hypnotherapist, open up a new way of enjoying and improving your life. You can drop me an email and start the ball rolling today!

High blood pressure

Hypertension – Hypnotension practical help.

Modern life here in the west gives us many things to be grateful for – clean water, sanitation, good housing, good & plentiful food, the latest technology and cutting edge medical treatments, to name just a few.

Yet with all of our good fortune many people suffer from hypertension or high blood pressure (among many other illnesses). Often this condition ‘sneaks’ up on you and around 90% of people with the condition have no clear reason as to why it occurs – there are many causes the difficulty is attributing what causes your particular situation.

Is it hereditary, genetic, a diet rich in ‘the wrong type’ of fats, a high intake of processed food and sugars,  a lack of exercise, smoking tobacco, drinking alcohol, exposure to uncontrollable high levels of stress, fear, guilt and anxiety these are just some of the most recognised causes.

Then how do we cope with this condition a trip to your local Doctor will establish your blood pressure and determine if it is within a ‘normal’ range. The Doctor will if required prescribe medication and advise you on life style changes that are required. There are plenty of things you as an individual can do to help yourself – reduce the intake of alcohol, avoid the wrong type of fatty food, monitor the type of diet you are eating, reduce and manage stress where possible and exercise (check with your Doctor first) on a regular basis 3-4 times a week for 30-45 minutes is suggested (no need to run a marathon).

In addition to the above you could consider Hypnotension™ (therapy combined with hypnosis aimed purely at tackling high blood pressure) from a certified practitioner. This method helps you to find ways of improving areas that perhaps medication alone cannot overcome. For further information visit http://www.hypnotension.com and take a look at what’s on offer.

 

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