Video Blog

Today we are going to talk about sleep because many people don’t sleep well. Some can’t fall asleep and some can’t stay asleep. Many don’t sleep restfully.
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Clients come to me with lots of beliefs about their past or their future. The past does not exist. It is gone - The only thing that exists is what you create in your mind at any given moment about the past- it’s either the good part or bad part, not the entire thing.
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Anxiety is used like the word Kleenex is for a tissue, or Google is used to refer to looking something up on the internet. Hypnotists do not treat anxiety - in fact they don’t diagnose or treat anything - that is for a licensed psychologist or doctor to do. 
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I’m very excited about a new line of products I’m offering. It’s the FARE Online Coaching program. The first product is for weight loss. I lost 45 pounds last year and I’m still on this journey. I’m about 1/2 way there to achieving my goal.
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Last Friday I posted a Friday Photo with a quote from Stephen Covey - “We are not a product of our circumstances. We are a product of our decisions.”
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This past Saturday on my radio show, Minding Your Health, my guests were an ER nurse and a medical director of a clinic who use use hypnosis everyday in the medical setting. You can listen here. They take about how easy it is to implement hypnotic techniques in their day to day routine and help patients improve their recovery. 
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  Two weeks ago my blog was on opioids. In response someone sent me a copy of a recent survey from the CDC - the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. They studied 1.3 million non-cancer patients. Here’s what they found:
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Today I’m talking about the difference between shame and guilt. These are two emotions that people confuse and it is critical to understand the difference. Shame says, “I am bad.” It’s a focus on the self and it corrodes that part of us that believes we can change. Guilt says, “I’ve done something bad.” It’s more about the behavior, not the person. This is especially important with young children (tomorrow night is a free workshop - Parent’s Are Hypnotists, Too at 6pm), as they are always in a state of hypnosis. Joey’s just been caught in a lie. Mom can say “Joey, lying is not ok,” or she can say, “Joey, you’re a liar.” How does that feel. The first is about his behavior, the second tells Joey that HE is bad. If he’s told this often enough, he starts to believe that he’s a liar. I’m Roberta Fernandez, a Board Certified Hypnotist and Certified Trainer at The FARE Hypnosis Center, helping you take back control by unlocking the power of your mind to reach your goals of any kind.
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