The “Write” Way to Self Confidence

The “Write” Way to Self Confidence

We’ve talked a lot previously about building Self Confidence.

It’s something I help people with on an almost daily basis.

When people are struggling with different aspects of their lives, a feeling of low confidence is often present too.

Studies have shown that hypnosis can help you feel wonderfully confident in many different areas of your life.

What most people don’t know however is that you can replicate the benefits of hypnosis yourself through the act of reading and writing.

The "Write" Way to Self Confidence - Mark Darlington

In fact, by the time you get to the end of this article you may well feel more relaxed and positive as you discover how to use writing as a form of self confidence hypnosis.

When you write, your whole mind is engaged.

Your subconscious mind is so engrossed with the content that you are creating.

I’m sure you can remember a time when you were so wrapped up in a book or film that you may as well have been there in person.

Perhaps this is why authors of self-help and personal growth books seem to get more and more successful.

Their mind is reinforced by what they write down.

First off, take a sheet of paper and write out what you want to achieve.

Writing by hand reinforces the link to your mind much better than typing on a computer by the way.

Describe what it would be like to have the self confidence you desire.

How will you talk?

What would you be doing?

What other achievements or goals will be attained as a consequence of you gaining this confidence.

The more detailed you are, the better your subconscious mind will absorb the message.

Try to include all five senses in what you write down.

Along with sights and sounds, incorporate smells, touch, and taste.

If you struggle writing this about yourself make up a character, a supremely confident hero type.

Make the character as close to you as you possibly can same sex, age, height etc – you know where I’m going with that!

It would be best to do this a couple of times a week.

Repetition is also good for embedding hypnotic suggestions.

Be as descriptive as possible and enjoy how easy it is to feel confident now.

If you’re curious to know the facts about hypnosis, there’s lots of information on my website in the FAQs section and it’s all free.

Enjoy experimenting and growing your confidence.

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