The Summer is a very hectic time for me, with four children to organise and all my usual work commitments to cope with too, I can end up rushing about all day, feeling I have achieved nothing!
I find it of real benefit to have just one task, that I ensure I target myself to complete each day and that way I give myself the satisfaction of achieving. This task is usually something small that I am confident that I can do and I would easily finish. By specifically focusing on this task, I give myself a greater feeling of achievement.
Many people take on too much and end up feeling that they are getting bogged down and can’t cope. It is important in life to break things down into bite size chunks in order to give yourself the ideal platform for greater well being and happiness!
My task today is to get to the bank!!
x Bunny x
Here I am, up late again, trawling through the complexities of the internet!!
With so much of our lives controlled by the web, it is essential that I can be seen on as many sites as possible… but I realise that I now need a full “ology” in web marketing too!!!
I must consider writing a technical phobia program!!!
Off to bed now with a glass of wine and a busy head… time for some sleep self hypnosis I guess!!
xx Bunny xx
Driving Test Stress
I was almost feeling sick with nerves yesterday morning ,knowing that my daughter was taking her test! I remembered the fear I had felt many years previous and that memory still burns strongly. I could recall the moment in such detail, the test and the examiner and the moment when I made that decision to overtake the bicycle on that hill, and the sound as the examiner sucked in sharply through his teeth and the sinking feeling in my heart!!
Unlike my daughter, who passed her first test, I had to retake mine 4 weeks later!
It is an interesting point, that our stronger memories are burnt through the release of powerful chemicals in our bodies, such as fear, anger and joy. In the most part this is a useful occurrence since we need to remember to avoid fearful situations, however, that which a child might find fearful may not be frightening to an adult.
Since we are burning memories from the day we are born, it is a wise idea that an adult spends sometime reflecting on their life and addressing any patterns which may have been set by a 2,3,4 year old and releasing themselves from them!
Hypnosis is an amazing way to undertake this process and through careful guidance any irrational fears, worries and nervous habits can be erased and overwritten by the adult self! I doubt you would allow a child to make important decisions for you now….
x Bunny x