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Why Slowing down to Speed up Powers Your Success

Why slowing down to speed up will unlock your Potential and Boost your results.

SLOW DOWN TO SPEED UP

When beginning anything new, even ‘slowing down to speed up’ clarify what you want to achieve, take the first baby step and JUST DO IT!  A 30 Day Challenge is ALWAYS a GOOD WAY TO START.  Journal your Results – it will help to keep you motivated and on track.  Create a reward for each week’s progress. Make creating new Performance Habits fun!

I teach Mindfulness skills, Meditation, Deep Relaxation Therapy and Self Hypnosis to UNLOCK THE MIND & BODY’S UNIQUE POTENTIAL.   These are not simply stress and anxiety-relief skills, YOU CAN unlock areas of your brain that improve creativity, clear thinking, epiphany moments and even bliss.  As the brain rewires itself to include this new activity, the benefits become more measurable. Health benefits include regulating hormones, lower blood pressure, improved digestion, less fatigue.  Sympathetic nervous system activity positively alters over time the quality of your sleep, mood and cognitive capability.

Blocks to utilising these incredible skills can include lack of purpose, not valuing yourself enough, not clarifying a BIG enough reason, having a negative ‘excuse, blame or all/nothing mindset’, failed past attempts, believing there isn’t enough time, not feeling disciplined, motivated or simply don’t know HOW TO GET STARTED.

Have you heard of the 5 second rule?  Don’t wait for the perfect moment. Just get started! Perfectionism creates Procrastination.  Soften your gaze and begin to focus on one thing such as your breath, a phrase, a word or a breathing exercise.  I have created easy ways to fit in tiny meditations throughout my day.  I personally prefer active mindfulness meditations and I can teach you how to slip these into a busy, balanced lifestyle with just a little practice.

At first it helps to limit yourself to no more than one or two 5-15 minutes each day.  Set your phone timer or choose a guided meditation.  By restricting the time you do it, it will make you want to do it for longer.  You want to make it your special treat or reward for a small achievement perhaps (like getting out of bed within 5 seconds of waking) or doing your morning yoga, stretching or plank challenge – a blissful ‘you time’ of tranquility and inner peace.

Science has proven that even a few minutes practice each day re-trains your hormones out of the ‘exhausting’ stress response. The cumulative benefits of mindfulness and meditation are now being used for peak performance throughout the world.

Remember, your body is either in a state of ‘stress’ or ‘rest and digest’ – never both!   So if you want all the amazing benefits of learning how this can work for you, give Suzi a call now.  +447836 635233  Because everyone has unique preferences and challenges, I am offering you a FREE 20 minute one-2-one telephone or video discovery session, to allow you to assess for yourself what style of relaxation therapy is possible for you to achieve.

By Suzi Tyler

Rapid Hypnotherapy & Breakthrough Coaching. Specialisms: Anxiety, Panic Attacks, Confidence & Self-esteem.
I love the sea, nature, exercise, adventure travel, delicious meals, sunshine and dancing.

1 reply on “Why Slowing down to Speed up Powers Your Success”

30 day Challenge. A simple way to start is to set your timer for just 5 mins twice daily. Put one hand on your heart and the other on your tummy. Breathe in as you Count 5 seconds, Pause for Peace (5 seconds), then Breath out as you experience the softening of your muscles. You can count out for 7 whilst Repeating phrase ‘release, letting go’. Become aware of your belly’s rise and fall. Rise on inhalation, flattens on exhalation. Any questions please ask. Your mind initially resists and may feel over active at first….after the first week you will notice an improvement.

Some days will go backwards, but persevere and let go of expectations. It takes consistent commitment and practice to train your mind. Enjoy! The progress can be subtle and surprising. Let me know how you get on. Suzi

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