56 min

How To Truly Live In The Moment - Part 1 of 2 A Higher Branch

    • Health & Fitness

A lot of our anxieties are locked away deep in our subconscious. As hard as we may try, we cannot control anxiety until we unlock the subconscious and find out the source of our anxiety. Lyn Macpherson is a hypnotherapist who over many years has cured and healed people with trauma and anxiety, even after many years of traditional therapy. She sees anxiety as a message with clues.

In this episode, Lyn shares with Sam some of those clues.

You will learn:

How living in the moment gives you power over your anxieties

The typical anxieties carried around by people these days?

The unconscious and conscious mind

The difference between hypnotherapy and talk therapy

How anxiety is a misunderstood

The body and mind connection

How hypnotherapy is not ‘a one size fits all’

Why are people scared of hypnotherapy

Common causes of addiction


Short for time? Skip ahead using the below timestamps:

1:19 - Challenges in life

2:08 - Sams personal experience

3:10 - Misconceptions of hypnotherapy

4:58 - Anxiety

5:58 - What Involves the unconscious ad conscious mind.

5:57 - The difference between hypnotherapy and talk therapy

8:04 - How anxiety is a misunderstanding of the body and the mind

9:39 - How Lyns has used hypnotherapy

15:15 - Sam’s personal experience

18:35 - Body and mind connection

22:38 - Hypnotherapy is not ‘a one size fits all’

24:50 – Why are people scared of hypnotherapy

30:03 – Common causes of addiction

33:09 – Why you should respect an emotional wound

36:31 - It's necessary to talk about it before being able to let it go

40:06 - What anxiety is being carried around by people these days?

40:31 – Being in the moment is where your power is

47:43 – Who else works with the unconscious mind

51:54 – How clients communicate more then just through there words

53:03 – What does sense of self mean to Lyn

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A lot of our anxieties are locked away deep in our subconscious. As hard as we may try, we cannot control anxiety until we unlock the subconscious and find out the source of our anxiety. Lyn Macpherson is a hypnotherapist who over many years has cured and healed people with trauma and anxiety, even after many years of traditional therapy. She sees anxiety as a message with clues.

In this episode, Lyn shares with Sam some of those clues.

You will learn:

How living in the moment gives you power over your anxieties

The typical anxieties carried around by people these days?

The unconscious and conscious mind

The difference between hypnotherapy and talk therapy

How anxiety is a misunderstood

The body and mind connection

How hypnotherapy is not ‘a one size fits all’

Why are people scared of hypnotherapy

Common causes of addiction


Short for time? Skip ahead using the below timestamps:

1:19 - Challenges in life

2:08 - Sams personal experience

3:10 - Misconceptions of hypnotherapy

4:58 - Anxiety

5:58 - What Involves the unconscious ad conscious mind.

5:57 - The difference between hypnotherapy and talk therapy

8:04 - How anxiety is a misunderstanding of the body and the mind

9:39 - How Lyns has used hypnotherapy

15:15 - Sam’s personal experience

18:35 - Body and mind connection

22:38 - Hypnotherapy is not ‘a one size fits all’

24:50 – Why are people scared of hypnotherapy

30:03 – Common causes of addiction

33:09 – Why you should respect an emotional wound

36:31 - It's necessary to talk about it before being able to let it go

40:06 - What anxiety is being carried around by people these days?

40:31 – Being in the moment is where your power is

47:43 – Who else works with the unconscious mind

51:54 – How clients communicate more then just through there words

53:03 – What does sense of self mean to Lyn

Make sure you subscribe to our mailing list to receive our newly released podcasts straight to your inbox. Sign up here.

56 min

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