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A few weeks ago I was lucky enough to attend a beta-test of a hypnotherapy workshop here in Omaha. In this episode, I share some of the takeaways from that workshop.
There are upcoming versions of this workshop.
You can find details at: https://www.mesmerisehypnosis.com/
We all have addictions. Small habit loops that suck us into social media or watching videos for longer than we expected. Did you know these little things could be having a massive effect on your motivation and overall sense of wellbeing?
This episode talks mostly about recognizing some of these small addictions that most of us have. It's also about a practical way to reset those behaviors to a healthy level.
The term "Dopamine Fast" is a bit misleading, but that's what the internet is calling it. The idea is that "fasting" or cutting out some behaviors completely for a short period of time can help reset the systems those behaviors are effecting in the brain.
Here's a great, in-depth article on the subject if you want to do some further reading:
Emotional mirroring is a natural part of human development. It's one way we feel empathy for each other and can communicate without words. There is a concerning trend in media that I only just noticed. Here is what to look out for and why you should care.
Article on Emotional Mirroring: https://www.psychologies.co.uk/psychology-emotional-mirroring
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Happy You Are Here shares tools, techniques, and ideas to help us all live more fulfilling lives.
This show is for you if you find yourself asking:
We can do more than just survive. We can thrive and live a fulfilling life full of joy.
We can attain financial, spiritual, and intellectual freedom.
Stop wasting your potential. This is a beautiful abundant life, even if it doesn't always feel like it.
With love, Craig Inzana