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“You may have a fresh start any moment you choose, for this thing we call ‘failure’ is not the falling down, but the staying down.”
—Mary Pickford

Conscious Healthcare has been a germ of an idea since 2006. Not of the e-coli variety though, thankfully. (Ah look at me…topical!) This germ I want to incubate. I’ve even had a go at blogging before but stopped when I’ve hit an obstacle, or it’s brought up “stuff” – life phlegm that needed coughed up and cleared – best for all that is done in private, it’s just common decency, no-one likes being coughed on do they? Especially with all these mammalian, avian flu’s springing up everywhere, gets people twitchy I find.  So mucus gone, why not create a new start for Conscious Healthcare on new platform?

I’ve had my own personal fresh start recently having called off my wedding, which would have been on the 21st June this year. It was a step that I didn’t take lightly, although I am now looking forward to a frivolous day at Alton Towers on that date. Found out recently it’s also national kissing day, can’t decide whether I think that’s funny or slightly cruel fate! Actually I’m single now, I can kiss as many people as I want can’t I? Maybe it is just fate!

Conscious Healthcare, to me, is about recognising that everything you do has an impact on your health. It includes every aspect of your life, and means if you are not being authentic in one area, or feel that something is out of balance, then it is likely that your health is out of balance too.

While I don’t want to go into detail about my relationship, out of respect for my ex-fiance, I will say that the wrong relationship has a large impact on your health. In the run up to the wedding, instead of feeling excitement, energy and a flowing sense of being on the right path, I was feeling nauseous, anxious and even depressed sometimes as I looked at a future that I couldn’t align with my picture of my ideal life.

I do want children, and I’m not getting any younger(!) but I also believe it is an incredible responsibility, that shouldn’t be entered into lightly. Children will look up to me to teach them about life and love, and I feel that it is my duty to ensure I am teaching them about the importance of integrity, authenticity and being true to yourself and your core values. These are things I wasn’t honouring in that relationship, so how could I teach it if I wasn’t living it myself?

I do believe the first step on a journey into conscious health is identifying your core values – how can you live them if you don’t know what they are? This is where the hypnotherapy came in for me. It helped me to engage the unconscious mind, and get really clear on what was important to me.

Identifying values can be a key part in the hypnotherapy process, whether it be for smoking, weight loss, confidence, or any of the multitude of things that hypnotherapy can help with. It is something I suggest all my clients look at and find that those who really embrace the process get the most out of their sessions with me. I’ll write more on this in the weeks to come.

Let’s take this journey to conscious health together.

Looking forward to meeting you along the way,

Live, Love, Laugh and do it consciously,

Lynn x

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