Hypnosis for Happier Holidays, Tip 30

Happy Holidays seems an after thought utterance from most, a lot like our Good Mornings exchanged in hallways in office towers.

What does that mean anyway?

Happy Holidays? Sure it is the PC way to say Merry Christmas or Happy Hanukkah  for a majority of people, it is a diluted message that wraps up the winter time festivities of many religions, faiths and countries.

But I think Happy has also been diluted. Maybe because there are not many people who are happy, really happy anymore.

Stop and think of people you know that are truly happy. How many do you come up with?

One of the fastest ways to feel happy is to remember a time that you did feel that way. Remembering an event and imagining stepping into it and being in the scene with all senses engaged has a way to producing the same brain chemistry that was attached to the original event. Those serotonin, dopamine and endorphins then help you to feel better and when you focus on previous happy events it lifts you up and out to a brighter, lighter and well happier place.

Being in an Hypnotic state easily allows the good memories to flood back in and sine the brain doesn’t know the difference between a real or imagined event, your body thinks it is happy again. Hypnosis for Health and Happiness because happiness promotes good health and good health promotes happiness.

Tip 30 for a Happier Happy Holiday

Take and walk and Reminisce about past funny or sweet holiday memories and share that smile.


About Valerie Grimes

Besides assisting individuals in behavior change and self improvement, Hypnotist Valerie Grimes specializing in dependencies such as alcohol, food, shopping, pain medication, and smoking. She is also trained in the area of hypnosis for PTSD and Auto Immune Disorders. And is a Reiki Level 2 Master. For More about Valerie, Go To Her Personal Web Page.

She is a 2002 graduate of the Dallas Hypnosis Training Institute, and certified by the American Council of Hypnotist Examiners. Continuing Education is maintained 15 hours per year through Hypnosis Motivational Institute in California.