We experience and we respond to the experience with an emotional state, well that’s the theory. Often when a problem or difficulty becomes entrenched either in the past or present it can create habitual moods.

Habitual mood checklist

  • Listlessness
  • Heavy/low/depressed
  • Highly anxious
  • Angry
  • Obsessive
  • Procrastination

Habitual moods can be inherited from family dynamics, stamped into the unconscious by protracted difficulty, be the result of a recent intense incident (that doesn’t seem to shift).

These moods can be linked to memories – both fully conscious and some unconscious.

They sit in the background – a bit like radioactive material – toxifying the moment to moment experience – even when it is theoretically a pleasant one.

After a time we may feel pressure to have ‘fun’ or ‘be positive’ and this can exaggerate the problem.

Often isolating memory or incidents and processing the memory via EMDR will allow you to experience the day-to-day without the toxification of old situations and memories.

Just some of the mood related issues Hypnotherapy can help with are listed below:

*Please note that the time needed to work on a problem can vary significantly from person to person, these examples are provided to give you an idea of the efficacy of Hypnotherapy, but are not intended as an indication of what you might expect personally.

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