Hypnosis helps ordinary everyday people with ordinary everyday problems, using individual hypnosis techniques
On the Path of Organization Audio
Do you have clutter in your life? Is it hard to motivate yourself to clear it out? This is a revolutionary program to clean clutter in a relaxed, easy way! Hypnotherapy uses the power of your subconscious mind to achieve success. This recording uses guided imagery to create the positive feeling to begin action. Put an end to the procrastination, agony and overwhelmed feelings, and begin a practice that reduces your obstacles for creating a beautiful home or office. This is the second recording in the Clutter to Clarity™ series. By Beverly Taylor. 32 minutes.
Clutter to Clarity™ for Practitioners
Are you a hypnotherapist or therapist? One of the newer uses of hypnotherapy, HypnoClutter™, will help you work with cluttered people to assist them on the path of orderliness. This is a revolutionary program to help people clean clutter in a relaxed, easy way! This book teaches you the knowledge you need, together with the techniques and scripts for success. Help the 35 million people who need this. This is the second book in the Clutter to Clarity™ series. This hypnotherapist version is the same as the other book, with an added chapter with a lot of information for hypnotherapists. By Beverly Taylor.
Free Your Mind And Achieve Peace
Discover How To Live In Peace And Harmony In A World Full Of Uncertainty And Dramatically Improve Your Quality Of Life Today!
Finally You Can Fully Equip Yourself With These “Must Have” Tools For Achieving Peace And Calmness And Live A Life Of Comfort That You Deserve!
In this world full of uncertainty – Wars, economic crises, killing, rape and robbery, it’s difficult for one to lead a calm and peaceful life. Sometimes, the unnervingness of it all can lead to disease and complications which harm our health.
And once get caught up in such situations, it’s hard to improve our health situation or worse, the disease can progress or worsen.
But here’s the good news:
Stress can be reduced with the right tools and techniques!
Introducing… Stress Soothers
Here’s an overview of this ultimate guide to achieving peace and calmness:
– With this guide, you’ll be equipped with the most powerful tools and strategies to helping you reduce stress.
– You will also be exposed to plenty of highly effective methods for identifying triggers and preventing them.
– You’ll also get tons of extra information on your conditions and how you can deal with them in a variety of ways to achieve peace and calmness in stress using natural methods.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: What is Stress?
Chapter 2: The Different Types of Stress
Chapter 3: Factors that Lead to Stress
Chapter 4: The Effects of Stress
Chapter 5: How to Abolish Stress
Chapter 6: How to Avoid Stress
Easy Key to Life™ For Practitioners: A Method to Easily Release Obstacles
The Easy Key to Life™ Method is a simple, yet profound, way of clearing out emotional pain to access one’s true love, happiness and wisdom. With this method, people have been able to stop smoking in 1 to 3 sessions, lose weight, clear clutter, reduce anxiety, improve their career and many, many other improvements in their lives. Learn the method that creates success! Easy Key to Life™ is a scriptless, interactive, NLP-based easy hypnotism method! No more wasted time with scripts and preparation! The client is in total control with the hypnotist as a guide. Get certified in this up and coming method.
Just about everyone who you talk to nowadays will complain about being “stressed out.” Thirty years ago, no one ever even used this term. Today, however, it is a staple in most conversations. We often refer to ourselves as being “stressed out” when we discuss our careers as well as our personal lives.
Recent studies indicate that even children are “stressed out.” Little kids, who shouldn’t have a care in the world, are becoming “stressed” due to activities at home or at school. In most cases, they are simply inheriting the stress from their parents.
Psychologists who deal with “stressed out” individuals blame the current situation on everything from the foods we eat to our society. Most agree that people today attempt to do “too much” and end up getting burned out.
We all experience stress during the course of our lives. There is a difference, however, in being constantly stressed out and experiencing stress due to a certain situation. Anything that dramatically disrupts our lives is a cause for stress. Most people recover from the stressful situation after it has been resolved or over a period of time.
Other people tend to get stressed out all the time. In fact, their entire life appears to be one big stress factory. This is unhealthy and is gradually taking its toll on our society. Each year, billions of dollars are spent on symptoms of stress. There are dozens of prescriptive medicines on the market today that address stress and anxiety. Millions of people are on some sort of medication for “stress.”
What has happened in the past thirty years that has caused us to become such a nation of stressed out individuals? Is society expecting too much from us or are we expecting too much from ourselves? Why are so many people suffering from the following:
• Anxiety disorder
• Social anxiety disorder
• Obsessive compulsive disorder
• Anorexia Nervosa
• Panic attacks
Years ago, no one ever even heard of these conditions, now they are featured in every magazine you encounter. There is a huge market to treat both depression and anxiety, which usually go hand in hand and are the offspring of stress.
Pharmaceutical companies are cranking out different anti-depressants all of the time. These are said to be ‘better” than the other anti-depressants that they discovered a year prior. Thirty years ago, no one ever even heard the term “anti-depressant.” If you used that expression back then, people would think you were talking about something to do with your car.
Today it seems as if every single person you encounter is “on something” for stress, depression or anxiety. All of them can neatly be lumped into the same category and are caused by stress.
Stress is usually at the root of all of the above psychological disorders. It also affects us physically as well. Stress has been linked to every disease known to man, including heart disease and cancer. Clearly, it is not a good idea for people to be under stress. But, as human beings, we are going to experience stressful situations. There is no avoiding this fact. Therefore, in order to really be able to help cure ourselves from being “stressed out” we need to know how to do the following:
• Identify stressors that affect our daily lives;
• Eliminate the stressors of which we can free ourselves;
• Learn to deal with stressful situations in a healthy way
If you are one of the millions of people who are feeling stressed out, you must take a look at the reasons why you are stressed out and try to do what you can to eliminate as much stress as you can from your life. If you continue to be “stressed out” you will most likely find yourself taking some sort of prescription drug for one of the above disorders. Taking prescription drugs for stress does not mean that you are “crazy.” This book will discuss alternative ways to deal with stress, but as a last resort, you are better off with the medications than allowing your body to be battered by stress.
Life is way too short to go through it being stressed out. And chances are that you will shorten your lifespan significantly if you continue to be “stressed out “ through the daily course of your life. This is especially true as many of the things over which you may be stressed are minor, but have been blown up in your mind to be worse than they actually are.
Wouldn’t it be nice to actually be able to go through life without being “stressed out” over everything and without drugs or medications? This book will teach you everything you wanted to know about stress and how you can avoid this scourge that seems to be plaguing millions of people.
Healthy Weight Loss
Are you finding that diets don’t work in the long run? Is it hard to motivate yourself to lose weight? Creating a healthy lifestyle is the best way to let the pounds drop off and stay off! Hypnotherapy uses the power of your subconscious mind to achieve success. This recording uses guided imagery to create a healthy body image, then guides your subconscious mind to make it real in your physical body. Put an end to the dieting, losing and regaining weight syndrome, and begin a practice that reduces your obstacles for creating a safe, sensible weight loss. By Beverly Taylor. 34 minutes.
Easing Your Stress With Yoga
Yoga originates from the language Sanskrit and it means “union” or “merger”. And the essential purpose of it is to achieve a stable balance between the mind and the body and to also to achieve self-enlightenment. And to accomplish this, yoga applies movement, breathing, pose, relief and meditation as various means of maintaining a healthy, lively and balanced approach to life.
Yoga is believed to be a physical exercise that is the oldest still being practiced. Thus, yoga signifies stability in every area of life. In earlier times, the logic behind yoga practice was to achieve constancy and relaxation so one could get ready for the severity of meditation – that is, to stay sat still and remain alert for a long period of time. From today’s perspective too, yoga has a crucial role in achieving a fine equilibrium between work and a healthy mind.
Even though yoga is a systemic philosophical approach, yoga is not a religion, being more about attaining a spiritual balance than any code of beliefs.
And yoga is not solely about staring at candles and breathing incense or for flexible young people just to lie around relaxing either. Anyone, irrespective of body type, age, experience or physical abilities can practice yoga.
Hypnosis for Achieving Goals
Do you want to make it easier to fulfill your goals? Would you like to … stop smoking? …lose weight? … improve concentration? … improve self-esteem? …improve athletic performance?…enhance creativity? Would you like to relieve … stress ? … insomnia? … procrastination? … excess fears? The guided imagery in this CD or tape uses the power of your own subconscious mind to assist you in achieving your own goals.
Dealing With Stress Naturally
Anxiety, tension and stress are immutable facts of modern life. As the pace at which we fly through every day seems to become increasingly hectic, it becomes ever more difficult to find the time and space to relax, to take things easy every once in a while.
And yet, stress is a recognized killer, a condition that is known to be a contributory factor to many fatal conditions such as heart attacks and strokes. As these two conditions are respectively the number one and number three killers in the USA every year, the importance of dealing with stress cannot be overestimated.
Most of us have our own ways of dealing with or handling stress but it does not necessarily follow that we are all good at dealing with the anxiety and tensions that are part and parcel of everyday living. No matter who we are or what we do, there are always situations or times when things seem to get on top of us, when life throws us a curveball that we just can’t deal with.
In those situations when life seems almost too much to bear, we all have different ways of coping with what is going on around us. Whilst a few resolute stoics might be to handle things through nothing more than strength of character and willpower, the majority of people need some kind of ‘prop’ to get through times like these.
For some folks, it’s alcohol whilst others turn to cigarettes. For many however, times of great stress and tension immediately send them scurrying to the doctor’s office or surgery to get a prescription for something that can calm them down and make them feel less stressed. In all of these scenarios, it is a fact that drinking, smoking or even taking prescription drugs may not necessarily be the best thing for you. Of course, they may bring a temporary respite from the stressful situation that you found yourself in, but unfortunately, this respite is only a temporary. Moreover, more often than not, the stressful problem comes back with a vengeance all too soon.
Stress is a problem for everybody from time to time but the good news is that there are plenty of different things that you can do to reduce stress problems that are completely natural. The purpose of this guide is to look at as many natural ways of dealing with stress as possible, whilst also highlighting how each particular natural stress treatment can be fitted in to your hurry-scurry daily existence.
Before beginning the quest to find natural ways of dealing with stress that everyone can use, let’s start by considering what stress is, and what causes it.
Release and Relax
Use the Easy Key to Life™ method to gently guide you to release whatever is in the way of you relaxing. This is followed by relaxing words to help you go even deeper. By Beverly Taylor. 15 minutes.
Stress is a misdemeanor waiting to happen. Stress will wear heavy on your nerves when it builds up, causing you to feel depressed. You may start to develop unnatural health issues that seem to have no justifiable cause for its development. This can lead to problems, which is why you want a guide to thriving on stress. You can avoid many problems by taking action instead of letting stress get you down.
How can I learn to be stress free?
In order to be stress free you have to work at it, it will not come to you over night. It takes time to train your brain to deal with stress. Stress is very bad for you so if you can learn to be stress free you will be better off in the long ran. There are many ways to train you brain to get rid of the stress.
What are some of the things I can do to train my brain to be stress free?
You have to decide what you may want to try first and see what will work for you.
Some people may like to read, which is good for you to be lose in times with a good book. Others like to just walk or even work out. Working out is a good way to get rid of stress so if your stressed you are doing something healthy for your body.
Stressors in Stress Management
Stressors are something that causes us to feel stressed. We get stressors build up from activities, experiences, or any situation that may cause stress. When we do not have sufficient foodstuff, water, or when we feel overworked, it causes stress to increase.
To learn how to manage stress, we must learn how to cope and reduce stressors. However, some of these stressors are encouraging. When you join in activities for example, you often have fun. Still, stress mounts. Therefore, after enjoying activities the best way to thrive on this positive stress is to relax. Relaxation comes from reclining and enjoying something that brings you happiness. For instance, you may relax by watching a healthy program on television, read a book, or just simply recline.
When you take time to relax you, reduce stress by lessening up the stressors. On the other hand, when you are stressed from lack of foodstuff, this is unhealthy stress. You have the willpower to take control however by accumulating resources. Instead of letting the stress wear you down, take action. Call resources in your area to see if you have options in getting foodstuff to feed your family. Family community centers, welfare programs and other resources can offer you link to managing your problem. This will help you reduce stress by slacking up on stressors.
You can also ask for help from family members, friends, etc when you do not have enough foodstuffs. Perhaps someone will lend you a hand until you receive your next check. Learn to rely on you however, rather than others. Start to think of ways to make extra income so that you and your family can survive. Perhaps you can reconsider your current job. If you do not get enough wages, think of your skills to find out what job you can apply for to increase your income.
Perhaps something in your past is haunting you. These stressors, you can minimize by taking action to conquer your ghosts. Learn to meditate and relax often. The strategies you learn will help you to bring your mind in harmony, which will reduce stress. Learn to accept what you cannot change. If you have emotional responses often because of some experiences in your past, practice some helpful therapeutic techniques to take control.
Try self-talk. Use this is a guide to Stress Management by refocusing on what you need to do to accomplish your goals.
Some other stressors include bills, work, family, relationships, kids, school, etc. Consider each stressor when you are stress management to accomplish blossoming into a new you.
If you stress bills, perhaps you can set up a budget that fits your income. If your problem emerges from your relationship, then maybe you need to review what changes you can make to make your relationship better. You cannot change someone else, but you can take steps to change you. Rather, you can change other people by making necessary changes to reform your conduct, which will encourage the ones you love also change their behaviors.
When you are stressing over children, learn to discover what your child needs to make him or her happy. Happy kids often bring you great rewards. Sometimes you just have to take time out to spend with your children to help them develop healthy behavior patterns to make your life easier.
If you are working, attending classes and sweating family and bills then learn some time management schemes to help you readapt to a new, healthier way of managing your tasks. Handle the larger tasks first, avoid procrastination, and seek support to thrive on stress and to control your life.
Clutter to Clarity™ Mini-Module: Mail Handling
Calm…like calm that exists in the beautiful blue sky, has come to visit with you today. Calm, a state of being that exists in your mind by the thoughts you choose to think, desires for you to embrace it. Calm, a friend you attract to you from within the thoughts you think in your own mind, creates the feeling of calm in your mind, body and soul.
Inhale and exhale slowly and let your shoulders relax as you continue reading the rest of this message from Calm, your internal friend…
Imagine if you could feel Calm’s presence each time before you handle a piece of mail. What would that be like for you? Would you want to experience calm today, right now, or also tomorrow? The choice is yours and ONLY yours because the feeling of calm exists first in YOUR mind.
In the book Clutter to Clarity™ Mini Module: Mail Handling, another resource for recovering clutterers, you’ll get secrets to finding your companion of calm. Did you know that when you purposely train your mind to relax and respond, you also can positively create balanced brain chemistry? It’s true.
You’ve probably heard about the brain chemical called serotonin, right? Well, with sufficient amounts of serotonin, you feel calm; like everything’s okay. When you feel like everything’s okay, THAT is evidence you have sufficient serotonin. By letting Clutter to Clarity™ Mini Module: Mail Handling be your guide to calm, you’ll have found a natural way to create sufficient serotonin. No drugs, just you, doing it all by yourself.
What benefits would more calm help you enjoy in your life today? Better feelings about your self-esteem? Confidence to know you can get things done that really matter to you? Having more meaningful relationships? Yes, these things can all happen when you have more calm in your life.
If these things sound like something you want…like something you have to have, get Clutter to Clarity™ Mini Module: Mail Handling. If calm is precious to you, use this guide to help you create more of it…starting today.
The following testimonials come from some of my decluttering clients and customers:
“Beverly Taylor’s clutter work cleans up the basic mental and emotional clutter, which then manifests in the outside environment and would otherwise take years of psychotherapy. Revealing the immense power of the mind, this work is world changing.”
“Drew”, Clutter Study Participant
”Clutter to Clarity (TM) brings a unique, new approach to the ever growing issue of clutter. By combining guided imagery with organizational techniques, Beverly provides an in-depth understanding of the topic, together with practical advice and a thorough program.”
John Gray, Ph.D.
author of Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus
”Clutter to Clarity (TM) offers a welcome understanding of the deeper issues involved with clutter. Beverly provides ‘tips and tricks’ that range from practical to inspirational, insightful and deeply healing. For a professional organizer, it is important that we blend our practical advice with this understanding, and we can now work collaboratively with hypnotherapists. Clutter to Clarity (TM) is a valuable resource for all … those of us who are cluttered, our loved ones …, and our organizers and hypnotherapists!”
Professional Organizer, Anita Berg Organizing
Beverly Taylor’s Clutter to Clarity™ program played a huge part in my transformation into a happier, more confident, more organized, and definitely less cluttered person. Before Clutter to Clarity™, I didn’t think it was possible for me to be this balanced and unattached to my “stuff”. Carol B.
THANK YOU BEVERLY, You have NO IDEA how much you have been helping me to deal and face with my clutter issue. Sincerely, Susan S.
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