Looking for (Whatever) in All the Wrong Places
A woman comes home to find her husband tearing up the house, obviously looking for something. The sofa cushions are on the floor. The rug is pushed into the corner. Every cabinet door and drawer is open. Things have been moved around and are in disarray.
"What are you looking for?" she asks.
"My glasses," he says, not stopping his search.
"Why don't you stop for a moment and think logically. when do you remember having them last?"
"I was playing football with the kids out in the yard. They were on top of my head."
"Well, why don't you go outside and look on the lawn?"
"No way! It's dark and cold out there!"
How many of us make a big show of looking for answers where they don't exist, because it makes us feel as if at least we're doing SOMETHING? Therapy, medication, self-help courses, spiritual quests are not without their benefits, but we must be careful not to be too passive or complacent when it comes solving our own problems.
The important answers always lie outside our comfort zone. (If they didn't, we would have already found them!)
Hypnosis and NLP will help you explore those "scary" places with a feeling of comfort and safety, often bringing solutions to lifelong issues in just one or two sessions.