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Power of The Mind

12th August 2019

Hayet Shahrezaey is an advanced Rapid Transformational Therapist and Clinical Hypnotherapist. She is based on the second floor of The Guildford Institute, alongside several other therapy-based and environmental organisations. Hayet has produced the blog content below in order to highlight some of the key work that she does.

“I had a job offer that pays 75K”, said one of my clients after two days of listening to her transformational recording that I tailor-made for her following a 90-minute Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) session. “I am now able to identify quickly when I’m about to go into a self-pity mode, pull myself out and look at the bigger picture in a matter of seconds” said another client during her weekly support call.

Our mind is amazing, and we have all the answers within, we just need to learn how to stop that critical voice that keeps telling us we are not good enough, or not worthy.

By finding out the root cause and beliefs that were blocking these clients’ advancement and changing the understanding around it, they are now able to continue to move forward and step into their power.

The mind is very powerful and has several rules it follows:

  • Its number one job is to keep you alive on the planet.
  • The mind does want it thinks you want it to.
  • It drives you towards what it is familiar and away from what is unfamiliar.
  • The mind cannot hold conflicting beliefs, so if you want money but think, it’s not available to you or you are not worth it, this will be stored in your subconscious mind and will create conflict between your mind and your vibration. If you keep pleasing people and find yourself in a hamster wheel not finding a way out, your self-esteem and confidence will be affected.
  • By telling your mind clearly what it is you want it to do for you, it will do it for you. That is the power of RTT, it can talk directly to the subconscious mind and free you from all limiting beliefs.

For more information about Hayet’s work and to visit her website, click here.

In order to view more information about the organisations based on The Guildford Institute’s second floor, please click here