Can Hypnosis Help You Be A Better Golfer?

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Golf Hypnosis

Now that the nice weather is upon us golfers are dusting off their clubs and going to the golf course to play. Some golfers may be a little rusty unless they have been practicing their swing indoors throughout the winter at the PGA Tour Superstore in Paramus New Jersey. Even if they have been practicing all winter they still may want to improve their score, swing or feel more relaxed and focused on the golf course.

What better way to improve a mental game than with sports hypnosis? Hypnosis is a state of relaxation that allows you to go deep within yourself to the subconscious mind. In the subconscious mind you can find blocks that may be holding you back from the perfect swing, or limiting beliefs like I can’t make that shot, I am not a good player. In hypnosis you can visualize playing better, feeling relaxed, focused and playing a great game.

How Golf hypnosis can help you get in the zone

1. Relax – By creating anchors that bring back the feeling of relaxation you experienced in hypnosis, you focus on hitting the ball without the jitters.
2. Focus – By saying positive affirmations and listening to personalized CD’s you easily focus when hitting the ball
3. Blocks – By removing blocks that get in the way of the game you can become a better player
4. Visualization – By visualizing a positive game where you are relaxed, focused and have a great swing. Remember if you can see it you can achieve it.
5. Pain and injury – Hypnosis can help address many physical issues that impact your game like pain or pre/post surgery.

If you want to be like Tiger Woods and Jack Nicklaus and use hypnosis to give you an edge in golf then contact Metro Hypnosis Center in Oradell NJ to book a free consultation.

An Awakening Night

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Left Charlotte Stone, Right Kathryn Livingston

I recently attended a book signing for Yin, Yang, Yogini by Kathryn E. Livingston at Stone Center for Yoga and Health. It was an emotional and inspirational evening that started out with a gentle yoga session. I was excited to feel comfortable with the basics. We ended the yoga session in a loving circle around Kathryn sending her positive affirmations about how she has touched and inspired us.

The book is a true story of Kathryn’s midlife journey and how practicing yoga helps her get to a place of calm, living in the moment, connecting to her spiritual side and learning to trust in the universe. Kathryn writes about how yoga helps her deal with breast cancer, surgery and radiation. It weaves a wonderful story of friendship, marriage, motherhood and yoga in an easy to read, witty book.

Two of Kathryn’s yoga teachers and mentors read passages from the book at the signing and you could feel the love and support that surrounded Kathryn for her book Yin, Yang, Yogini. She thanked everyone for their support and signed many books.

It made me think about how all of us are on a path and journey in life to our own awakening. There are many ways you can connect to your inner self and learn to be calm, grounded and become awakened. For me it was hypnosis, for Kathryn it was yoga. What is your path to your awakening?