On the surface, being a “people pleaser” sounds like a good thing; being willing to do whatever it takes to make people happy. Unfortunately, being a “people pleaser” can be a sign of a major inferiority complex and low self-esteem.
When you’re a “people pleaser”, you make self-defeating efforts to please others – like passing up a round of golf to babysit for your sister, or missing out on your book club to make cookies for the PTA bake sale. Your own feelings and time are so unimportant that everyone else’s needs and wants come ahead of you. You may feel inferior to everyone around you, so you focus your attention on meeting their needs, instead of your own.
Usually, someone becomes a “people pleaser” because that’s how they were raised. Perhaps your parents always told you what to do, think, and say. You probably never received any praise or positive attention – unless you were doing something that made Mom and Dad happy. So, as a child, your ultimate goal was to make Mom and Dad happy, even if it meant passing up on things that made you happy. As you’ve gotten older, you may have treated others the same way.
Hypnosis can help reprogram your mind and facilitate behavioral change.
The New York Hypnosis Institute 4 Step Improve Self Confidence Hypnosis Program Can Help You
- Identify When, Where, and What Triggers Your Low Self-Confidence
- Replace Catastrophic Thoughts with Truthful Statements
- Assist in Reprogramming the Way You Think About & React to Negative Feedback
- Teach Self Hypnosis for Daily Reinforcement
If you want to stop caring so much about what other people think, you can do it with self-acceptance hypnosis.
We can re-program your subconscious – the part of your mind that’s responsible for most of your thoughts and actions. If your subconscious can derive pleasure from meeting your needs, instead of everyone else’s, you will be able to focus on making yourself happy and fulfilling your own needs.
During a self-acceptance hypnosis session, your subconscious will learn that you are important and that your feelings, opinions, and interests deserve attention. Hypnosis for self-confidence will give you the boost you need to take yourself and your needs seriously.
Once you develop this self-acceptance, you will be able to tell people no, without feeling guilty. You will have the confidence to pursue your own interests without apologizing for it or feeling “uncool” or “selfish”. Self-esteem hypnosis can give you the power to balance being nice to others and being nice to yourself – making you a much happier person!
Hypnosis is a natural state, that when achieved, allows your hypnotist to access your subconscious mind. When you watch a movie, read a book, or focus on a project at work and lose track of time, you are experiencing hypnosis. Once a client is guided into hypnosis, we at the NY Hypnosis Institute can then give positive suggestions directly to the subconscious mind.
Chances are something in your past is to blame. However, it’s not uncommon for the subconscious mind to blow things out of proportion, so you may not even remember the past event that has led to your current feeling of low self-esteem!
During a New York Hypnosis Institute self-esteem acceptance hypnosis session, you can identify the event from your past that has been blown out of proportion. Your hypnotist can then reframe the way your subconscious mind perceives that event, allowing the low self-esteem to be released. Essentially your hypnotist will teach your subconscious mind that those negative experiences from your past no longer need to impact you today.
We will identify the feelings and triggers you experience so that the suggestions given to your subconscious mind will be tailored to your specific challenge. With the combination of regression and suggestions, the self-acceptance you deserve can be yours in as little as just a few sessions.
If you’re tired of being a people pleaser then you should consider a New York Hypnosis Institute self-acceptance hypnosis session.
A New York Hypnosis Self-Acceptance hypnosis session can retrain your mind to:
•Be more objective about your good qualities
•Build Self Esteem and Self Respect
•Develop a positive attitude
•Become more Assertive and Express yourself clearly
•Increase Overall Confidence and Motivation
Disclaimer: Results may vary from person to person