Find Inner Calm – How to Find Inner Peace With Self Hypnosis

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You can find inner calm in yourself through self-hypnosis. This approach is ideal for creating calming thoughts that allow you to look within yourself instead of to outer resources. The seeker and the finder is you in this process and you can learn much about yourself using hypnotic exercises.

Taking Control of Your Mind

You can take control of your mind in spite of its seemingly chaotic state. Organizing your thoughts and emotions is possible through approaches like cognitive therapy. However, cognitive therapy takes considerable time and effort.

Your mind may also fight your quest to find inner calm through cognition. This is because you have core beliefs that work against you in your subconscious mind. This mysterious realm is closely associated with sensation and emotion.

When you use self-hypnosis to enter the subconscious mind, you enter a path of change. If you currently feel disharmony and anxious feelings, you can replace them through your mind control programming in your subconscious mind. You can find inner peace in the subconscious when you foster peace.

Conscious Thought Patterns

Your conscious thought patterns are driven by your subconscious. When you are filled with anxiety and stress in the inner workings of your mind, you think in terms of anxiousness and stressfulness. These thinking patterns are difficult to control in the conscious mind. The more you try to take charge, the more chaotic your situation becomes.

Your conscious thought patterns are heightened when you activate them. As you try to think about getting rid of stress, you develop more stress. As you try to force yourself to relax, you find that you become more and more tense. These patterns set off other negative patterns in your system.

Thought and Emotion

When you try to control your emotion with conscious thought, you begin an internal struggle that is works against in your attempt to find inner calm. You become frustrated that your efforts are going nowhere and a feeling of hopelessness floods over you.

Your emotions respond in kind, providing more stress and anxiety. You feel that you have no control over you mind. Ironically, your intention is to take control on a conscious level. Your attempts to control your mind to develop peace within lead to an internal struggle.

Relaxation Self-Help to Find Inner Calm

Relinquishing control is the first step in gaining control. This may seem counterproductive but it works. When you let your thoughts move freely while you are in a deeply relaxed state, you release all of the tension you feel in your body. You also release your inner struggle.

Self-hypnosis helps you enter your subconscious mind when it is in a receptive state. You can reprogram your thoughts, taking control of them from within. You seek peacefulness and calmness in your quest. You have the ability to find inner peace within yourself if you allow your thoughts to flow naturally.


J. Seymour is a writer with Self Help Recordings. ‘Circles Upon Circles’ is an excellent recording by Kathy Welter-Nichols, an experienced healer, NLP practitioner and hypnotherapist who brings decades of experience to these recordings. To find out more, visit this Great Site. A range of other self hypnosis products can be found here – more information. All of the recordings on Self Help Recordings are backed by an impressive sixty day guarantee, so to find out more simply click on the links.


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1 Response to Find Inner Calm – How to Find Inner Peace With Self Hypnosis

  1. sonny says:

    Reblogged this on The Sunny Side and commented:

    a little on self-hypnosis from Hypnosis Vancouver – sending love – S

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