Jo Woodland - Dedicated Practitioner QHHT (Level 2)     Contact:  0448 745 896    

Email:  jo@soulhypnosis.com.au    

Vermont South 3133, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia    

What Do You See In The Mirror?

Have you ever looked in the mirror and not loved the reflection you got back?  We will all go through times in our lives where the self love is running on empty.  We want to feel comfortable in our own skin but that can be especially difficult when we compare ourselves to others.

 

During my clients hypnosis session we asked her Higher Self for some wisdom in regard to her not loving the body she's in, this is what it had to say...

 

 

J:  Something she has been trying to work on in this life is finding the beauty within herself, how can she do that?

 

HS:  Yes.  She can be beautiful if she wants to be, she just has to see it.  She must “love who she is.”

 

J:  What advice would you give people who look in the mirror and don’t like what they see?

 

HS:  There isn’t one version of beauty.  Beauty comes in all different forms and your job is to own your beauty and make that be known in the world.  People think that beauty is something that you “see” whereas it is actually something that you “feel” much more.  “Seeing” beauty and “feeling” beauty are VERY different things.  When she looks in the mirror and doesn’t like what she sees, she is judging her beauty from a very small place.  She has to take time to feel into her beauty, love each part of her, always talk to each part of her, she can talk to the grey hair and just let it know that it is part of who she is and it has taught her a lot so thank it, don’t hate it and she will find she doesn’t notice it as much.  She knows what she needs to do, she is just not “still” long enough to figure it out and do it.

 

J:  She has also been struggling with thinning hair. What message is the body trying to send her?

 

HS:  The thinning out is because of anxiety.  Be “still” every night before she goes to sleep, clear her mind of thoughts, visualise a good sleep and let the sleep balance the hormones.  Wake up and focus on what she is grateful for, gratitude can balance her hormones because she focuses on the negative too quickly.

 

J:  So gratitude can be good medicine?

 

HS:  Yes.  She has done it before where she kept a gratitude journal and she should do it again.  It doesn’t matter if she misses a day writing in it but capture those thoughts and build the momentum.  Her hair can be thick and lush, visualise it being thick and lush is what I can say to her.  Always still your thoughts and emotions before you go to sleep, that is really important for her.  Don’t take your anxiety or worries to bed, she is prone to worrying.

 

J:  When she does feel worried about something, what can she do in future to help ease those worries or release them?

 

HS:  She can write them down as if the worries are flowing out of her pen.  Worries are just thoughts that you think over and over again and putting them on paper will take them out of your head.  She is capable of doing it, she is a wise soul.

 

 

*A special thank you to my client for allowing me to share this information with the collective.

 

 

 

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