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Hypnotherapy FOR Self-Sabotage

The client and Mr. Steve have an important item here in self-sabotage that usually is the trigger for so many events happening (or not happening) in one’s life. Self-sabotage can be looked at and worked on with the clarity of being in the Now through Mr. Steve’s method of unlocking one’s magical sense. The magical sense puts you in a state of clarity that,

in this case, the patterns of self-sabotage become so evident and upfront. The work can then begin in eliminating them.

One needs to identify the ways in which one gets in their own way.

Counterproductive mindsets including negativity, indecisiveness, and negative self-talk are all part of the patterns of self-sabotage.

These patterns of self-sabotage can stop any productive steps in self-improvement, achieving goals, being more joyful, being in the NOW, self-love and especially self-confidence.

Definition Of  Self Sabotage

Self Sabotage is when people do (or don’t do) things that block their success or prevent them from accomplishing their goals.

Self-sabotaging behavior refers to intentional action (or inaction) that undermines people’s progress and prevents them from accomplishing their goals. Self-sabotage occurs when people hinder their own success.

People thwart their progress for a variety of reasons. They may consciously or unconsciously commit acts of self-sabotage. The causes range from childhood issues to prior relationship effects.

Symptoms of self-sabotage

The signs of self-sabotage can be very subtle. Here are some common ways people self-sabotage — both at work and elsewhere:

  • Refusing to ask for help
  • Controlling or micromanaging behavior
  • Picking fights or starting conflicts with colleagues and loved ones
  • Setting goals that are too low or too high
  • Avoiding or withdrawing from others
  • Negative self-talk and extreme self-criticism
  • Making excuses or blameshifting
  • Undermining your goals and values
  • Substance abuse, overspending, or “overdoing it” in other ways
  • Constantly seeking approval
  • Reluctance to speak up for yourself

Hypnotherapy is considered one of the safest and easiest methods for disturbing patterns of self-sabotaging behaviors. It directs your subconscious and your conscious both to behave in a way that is beneficial for your being.

Hypnosis to end self-sabotage involves the use of various tools and techniques to create positive changes in attitudes and beliefs about the self, promoting a healthy self-image and increased self-respect.
At Unlocking Your Magical Sense, Individual Zoom therapy session(s) using Hypnotherapy techniques are integrated with THE METHOD (created by Mr. Steve).

It is a powerful tool designed to bring the client mentally, physically and spiritually as one in face-to-face with their patterns, habits, blocks, beliefs and desires to a point of realization of really (the unlocking the magical sense) what is preventing them from living in the moment, with positivity, creative forces flowing, and joy and not living by just avoiding obstacles in life but by seeing the magic all around ……using their magical sense.

Here are some examples of self-sabotaging behaviors:

  • Procrastination: Putting off important tasks until the last minute, or not doing them at all.
  • Perfectionism: Setting unrealistic standards for yourself and then giving up when you don’t meet them.
  • People-pleasing: Putting the needs of others before your own, even when it’s not healthy.
  • Negative self-talk: Talking down to yourself or making negative predictions about your future.
  • Substance abuse: Using drugs or alcohol to cope with negative emotions.
  • Self-harm: Deliberately hurting yourself, either physically or emotionally.

Self-Sabotage: Why You Hold Yourself Back

Self-sabotage is a pattern of behavior that prevents us from achieving our goals. It can be anything from procrastination to self-destructive habits. There are many reasons why we self-sabotage, but some of the most common include:

  • Fear of success. Some people are afraid of success because they don’t believe they deserve it. They may have low self-esteem or feel like they don’t measure up to others. As a result, they may sabotage their own success by procrastinating, making excuses, or sabotaging their relationships.
  • Fear of failure. Others are afraid of failure because they don’t want to disappoint themselves or others. They may have a history of failure or feel like they’re not good enough. As a result, they may avoid taking risks or setting goals that they’re afraid of failing at.
  • Unconscious patterns. Sometimes we self-sabotage because we’re not aware of the underlying patterns that are driving our behavior. For example, if we were raised in a family where success was not valued, we may unconsciously sabotage our own success as an adult.

If you’re struggling with self-sabotage, it’s important to first identify the underlying reason you are holding yourself back.

How To Overcome Self-Sabotage

Here are 5 steps to overcome self-sabotage:

  1. Identify your self-sabotaging behaviors. The first step to overcoming self-sabotage is to identify the behaviors that are holding you back. Are you procrastinating on important tasks? Are you sabotaging your relationships? Once you know what your self-sabotaging behaviors are, you can start to develop strategies for overcoming them.
  2. Challenge your negative thoughts. If you have negative thoughts about yourself or your abilities, challenge them. Ask yourself if there’s any evidence to support those thoughts. If not, try to replace them with more positive and realistic thoughts.
  3. Set realistic goals. If you set unrealistic goals for yourself, you’re more likely to give up when you don’t achieve them. Instead, set small, achievable goals that you can build on over time.
  4. Reward yourself for your successes. When you achieve a goal, take the time to celebrate your success. This will help you stay motivated and on track.
  5. Seek professional help. If you’re struggling to overcome self-sabotage on your own, consider seeking professional help. A certified hypnotherapist such as Mr. Steven Rosebaugh can help you identify the underlying causes of your self-sabotaging behavior and develop strategies for overcoming it.

Being In The NOW With Hypnosis

With Mr. Steve’s distinct hypnotherapy method, you will learn to be in the NOW. To be in the present means to be aware and focused on the current moment, rather than dwelling on the past or continuously worrying about the future. It involves being fully engaged in what you are doing, and experiencing each moment as it is, without judgment or interpretation.

If you’re struggling with self-sabotage, mindfulness can be a helpful tool. There are many different ways to practice being in the NOW. With regular practice and guidance from a certified hypnotherapist such as Mr. Steven Rosebaugh, mindfulness can help you overcome self-sabotage and live a more fulfilling life.

Self-sabotage is a destructive behavior that can lead to a variety of negative consequences, including low self-esteem, depression, anxiety, addiction, health problems, and relationship problems. If you are struggling with self-sabotage, it is important to seek help.

When you work with a certified hypnotherapist like Mr. Steve, you will have the guidance and support you need to feel more present and in the NOW.

Unlocking Your Personal Magical Sense is a very exciting and joyful experience. The result of what you have learned and how you have changed can be very powerful for you to use out in the world as you live you daily lives.

How To Get Started With Hypnotherapy To End Self-Sabotaging

Here are some steps on how to get started with hypnotherapy to end self-sabotaging:

  1. Do your research. There are many different hypnotherapists out there, so it’s important to do your research and find one who is a good fit for you. Ask around for recommendations, read online reviews, and check out the hypnotherapist’s website or social media pages.
  2. Schedule a consultation. Once you’ve found a hypnotherapist you’re interested in, schedule a consultation to meet with them and discuss your goals. This is a good opportunity to ask questions and get a feel for whether or not this is the right hypnotherapist for you.
  3. Be open to the process. Hypnotherapy can be a powerful tool, but it’s important to be open to the process. This means being willing to let go of your inhibitions and surrender to the experience.
  4. Expect results. Hypnotherapy can be very effective for overcoming self-sabotage, but it’s important to expect results. Don’t get discouraged if you don’t see results immediately. It takes time and effort to change old patterns of behavior.
  5. Be patient. Hypnotherapy is a journey, not a destination. It takes time and effort to change old patterns of behavior. Be patient with yourself and don’t give up. With time and effort, you can overcome self-sabotage and live a more fulfilling life.

If you’re looking for hypnotherapy services to help you stop self-sabotaging behavior, we are here to help you take the first step.
Use our website to contact Mr. Steve and briefly describe your issue. From there, Mr. Steve will contact you to schedule the first session.

Mr. Steve’s METHOD is used to bring truthfulness, beliefs and attitudes to the forefront and therefore is an integral part of each session and will truly deepen the resounding effects of the suggested positive affirmations and new attitudes.

Below is a testimonial about Mr. Steve’s hypnotherapy method from a client:

“I came highly recommended to Mr. Steve and so interested in my Magical Sense and what I have missed out on. I had tried so many different avenues for answers…but in each case time would go by and I lost interest…..They were not the right answers for me. And now I am almost 40…..I need to break through !! Mr. Steve and I worked through many feelings and beliefs that I had held onto for too long. He supported me and helped me find new beliefs that are very exciting and transforming…..He gave me the tools and the right questions for me to move on with anticipation and expectation. Mr. Steve and I met on ZOOM and it worked out very well….He is very patient and understanding…..I enjoyed the process. I did 6 sessions with Mr Steve. Thank you for the compassion and support Mr. Steve.” Lacy S. Los Angeles, CA

At Unlocking The Magical Sense, we are accepting hypnotherapy clients who need support overcoming self-sabotage, as well as other issues. Contact Mr. Steve today to start Unlocking Your Magical Sense.

Hypnotherapy For Unlocking Your Creative Self and More With Mr. Steve’s Distinctive Method

If you are feeling stuck, unmotivated, or not as productive or creative as you can be, you are not alone. It’s completely normal to feel stuck or unmotivated at times, especially when it comes to creativity. However, you don’t have to let this feeling hold you back.

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