These resources are highly complementary to the work that we do in hypnotherapy. Neuroplasticity means that our brains are always changing— so use these resources to deepen you knowledge, find inspiration, and rewire your brain for the better.
loving what is — by byron katie
This is The Work, 4 questions to inquire of every stressful thought:
Is it true?
Can I absolutely know that this is true?
How do I react when I believe this thought?
Who am I when I don’t believe this thought?
I use this process personally, and I highly recommend reading her book “Loving What Is” to more deeply understand this process. You may find that doing The Work will radically change the way you think, free your mind from suffering, and open you up to joy and peace.
shawn stevenson’s interview with lisa nichols
get comfortable with being uncomfortable— ted talk by luvvie ajayi
The danger of silence— ted talk by clint smith
lost connections — by johann hari
If you or a loved one struggles with depression, or is on antidepressant medication, I highly recommend reading this book.
Johann Hari unpacks the myths that we’ve been told about our brain, the science behind SSRI medications (which, it turns out, is deeply unscientific), and what it will actually take for us to reconnect to joy and peace.