Mending The Broken Self

“The world breaks everyone and afterward many are strong at the broken places.”

– Ernest Hemingway

Greetings Reader,
20 Years is a long time to be doing hypnosis. It’s enough time to have worked with 10,000 clients. Were you to ask me what these people have in common I would have to say that they are fragile, but they are fragile in a way that we are ALL fragile. Everyone of us have found ourselves broken at times. Sometimes it’s by loss or trauma. Sometimes we are broken by the choices we make. These choices are the best we could do at the time but they head us on a path from which it can be hard to escape.
The most broken part within most of us is how we feel about ourselves. We want to feel that we are strong and confident when we feel anything but.
Japan has a centuries old practice of taking broken porcelain bowls and joining them with gold. The technique, called Kintsugi, is not meant to hide the breaks but to make them stand out in beauty.
People are often surprised how quickly they can mend with hypnosis. The hurt and traumas don’t disappear but are changed through the process. The end result is a person more whole and complete. The past is no longer something to run from, it is what has made them better.
David Barron
aka Dantalion Jones

PS, If you, or someone you know, thinks hypnosis could help, feel free to contact my office (603)589-8033. Successful hypnosis work can easily be done over Skype.


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