Confidence and Hypnosis

Do you wish you were more confident and assertive?

Confidence is often seen as something you are either born with, or without. People are often described as “naturally confident”.

It is true that some people do develop more outgoing, more confident personalities at a younger age, and this is why we often think of confidence as a character trait which is genetic / inbuilt, rather than one you can develop.

However, this is just not true!

Confidence is something which you can develop. Even if you are currently shy and introverted, if you struggle socially – you can boost your levels of confidence.

This Is Where Hypnosis Comes in

Hypnosis is a really simple tool you can use to increase your confidence.

Confidence is a mindset. The only difference between yourself and these people who are “naturally confident” is two main things:

Firstly, your patterns of thinking. For example the way you take into account socialising, about networking and meeting people, about public speaking, about offering your viewpoint – whether you concern yourself with, or enjoy all of these activities can have a huge impact upon your amounts of confidence.

Then there are your self beliefs. i.e. how you feel about yourself, whether you see yourself as somebody who is assured or not. Like the old saying, whether you think you can, or you think you can’t, you’re probably right. So a move to more positive self thinking, will in reality lead to you getting more confident.. which will lead to more positive self views and so on. It will become an authentic positive self fulfilling prophecy.


Hypnosis simply operates help you in these 2 basic ways. It will eventually ultimately instill within you more positive self beliefs, and much more positive patterns of thinking that will naturally rewire your mind to make you more self-confident. It actually works to give you the same types of thinking as these effortlessly confident people, so that you will think confidently, and become more confident too.

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