VIP Why It’s So Hard Sometimes to Change

Have you ever wanted to change something in your life, but try as you might you just can’t consciously change it? I know I have.

It can be frustrating.

You try to consciously think your way to doing what you know you should do, but it just doesn’t work.

That’s why I was excited to talk with my friend Ewelina Szczeblewska on a recent Jamming with Jason podcast episode about hypnosis, and lots of other things.

Since 95% of what we do is subconscious, it’s a broken strategy to keep trying to think our way into change. You can’t consciously change something already programmed into your subconscious mind. Whether you realize it or not, you have to change the programming, just like you would in a computer program.

Often the problem was created by something we either don’t consciously remember, or seems to have nothing to do with what’s holing you back.

Hypnosis is a very natural state that you experience every day. It allows you to access your subconscious mind where you are able to delve deep into your feeling, beliefs and thoughts, that influence your life and make sense of all of them with the critical mind. Everything that you feel and experience during a hypnotic session is part of you already. Hypnotherapy enables you to create a conscious change in the form of new beliefs, behaviours, new patterns, ideas and feelings.

Hypnosis is one of the many tools you can use to reprogram your subconscious to free up blocks you probably don’t even realize you have… and it’s nothing to be afraid of since you already go into hypnosis every day without even realizing it.

As with all episodes, we are also talking about so much more than just hypnosis. So, whatever you do listen to the entire episode and then share with your friends and family.

Ewelina has an amazing life story you will want to hear.

When you do, you will hear exactly what you need to hear today that will help you BE more authentic, confident, mindful, and emotionally intelligent.

E248 Going to Where the Problem was Created with Ewelina Szczeblewska