Is the glass half-full or half-empty? A glass with some water in it is just that: a glass with water. It has no inherent meaning other than the one you assign to it. When you encounter any situation in your life, you see it through the lens of your worldview. The meaning that you assign to a specific scenario is no more inherent than the glass’ meaning: You simply see each situation through a frame.
While you cannot change past experiences or manage everything you encounter, you can change your frame. Reframing experiences with hypnotherapy in Hong Kong can give you a whole new view of the world and a new way of managing your choices and outcomes.
How Do You See the World?
Your mindset is not innate. Your unique view of the world is shaped throughout your life as you move through it thanks to your individual experiences, the environment in which you live, external influences, and your culture. As your mindset becomes more firmly established, it can begin to affect the way you experience the world.
Writer Anais Nin once said, “We do not see things as they are; we see them as we are.” If your frame of reference is skewed, it can skew your ability to see situations. You might repeat unhealthy patterns or respond to your preconceived notions rather than reality. With hypnotherapy in HK, you can learn to change your frame and redefine your worldview.
The brain is a complex organ. It sifts, sorts, and categorizes data constantly in a process called chunking. Without chunking, we would be assaulted with a constant barrage of sensory information, which would quickly overwhelm us. Chunking takes just milliseconds, giving our brains and us a way to quickly and effectively understand and interpret the world around us.
Because your brain automatically categorizes everything you encounter in a mere fraction of a second, it can be difficult to change through willpower alone. You might find yourself struggling with narrowing preconceptions, repeating patterns, and limiting thought patterns. Hypnotherapy works on a subconscious level, giving you a new framework from which to operate. Our hypnotherapist in Hong Kong can help you change the way you view the world and discover a whole new way to experience life.
What is Reframing?
Psychiatrist Aaron T. Beck developed the concept of reframing in the mid-20th century. He was working with depressed patients when he discovered that they were often burdened by negative thought patterns, which affected not only their outlook but also their behaviors. Your negative mindset may be holding you back, too.
Common negative thinking patterns include:
- Minimizing or magnifying situations
- Personalizing external events
- Absolute or all-or-nothing thinking
- Selective thinking, focusing on specific details, or taking things out of context
Individually, these issues might not seem to limit your life or feel all that difficult to overcome. Taken as a whole, however, they can interfere with your day-to-day function and shrink your world until it is impossible to see anything but negativity. Our hypnotherapist can help you rethink that unhealthy mindset and change the way you step out into the world each day.
Whether you are reframing past issues or struggling to see today in a new light, hypnotherapy in HK can help.
Reframing through Hypnotherapy in Hong Kong
Thoughts precede actions, which means that addressing the mindsets underlying those unhealthy habits can help you change the behavior, too.
Hypnotherapy has a long history of use in the field of medicine. Doctors have used hypnotherapy to help their patients manage pain, anxiety, depression, and other potentially serious health issues. It goes a step further than symptom management, however. Our hypnotherapist in Hong Kong can help change the way you see the world. You can improve your concentration, narrow your focus, and learn to see things from a whole new perspective.
If you are ready to see the world in a whole new light, then it is time for hypnotherapy in HK. Visit Renewed Edge to learn more or to schedule your consultation with our hypnotherapist in Hong Kong.