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New Year, New You?
The New Year seems to be synonymous with making resolutions and setting goals.

Goals are easy when you are an addict. First goal, get your drug, second goal, do your first hit, third goal get high. Then sometimes a fourth goal, play out the fantasy that runs in your head. Later on there is another goal, recover enough to do what you need to do next. Whether it is go to work or school, or meet family or friends, or even if it is just to go out again and get more drugs. You have to be recovered enough to make the calls, drive or whatever.

These goals pretty much always remain the same and that makes them familiar and comfortable.

In the real world, goals are not that easy. First of all, sometimes it is hard to even know what it is you want. That may seem silly, but the truth is there are many people out there who don't know what they want. Sometimes it's because they just gotten out of a bad relationship and are somewhat shell shocked. Sometimes it's because they've been using alcohol, drugs, gambling, sex or whatever their addiction is for so long and that's been their goal for so long that they've forgotten how to want anything else. Sometimes it's because they've been told what they want by someone else for so long that they forget how to think. Sometimes it's because they've made their goal the goal of another person. For example, the wife who's goal is and always has been to help her husband get a promotion or succeed at his job. There's many, many reasons why so many of us don't actually know what we want.

This, though, can be fixed. When you clear away the build up of trash you've been carrying around in your subconscious and you mute the chatter in your head, you give yourself the opportunity of learning again what you love, what gives you that spark of excitement.

Sometimes all it takes is a small shift in energy, thinking and awareness to transform not only your health and your life, but also of those around you. As Norm Shealy (neurosurgeon) and Dawson Church (health researcher) and authors of "Soul Medicine" have so succinctly stated, ".the most potentially powerful source of healing on the planet today: the human spirit." They demonstrate how your consciousness (and even more so, your subconscious) hold the key to your well being. Hypnotherapy is the key that can unlock your subconscious and reveal the answers you seek.

Norm Shealy and Dawson Church's authors of Soul Medicine ".the most potentially powerful source of healing on the planet today: the human spirit. An innovative neurosurgeon and a pioneering health researcher are your trustworthy guides through the emerging landscape of energy medicine, which is unlocking remarkable new sources of healing that are accessible to every human being alive. They show that your consciousness holds the key to your well-being, and that small shifts in energy and awareness can produce major shifts in health. .has the potential to dramatically reduce suffering, extend life, and transform the health of our entire civilization.

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