Healing Hypnotherapy
  June 2011 
Healing Hypnotherapy Newsletter
For Your Health & Well Being
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Are You FOR or Against YOU?
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Quotes to Inspire
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Law of Attraction 


Articles by Jackie 


Reducing Anxiety in the Dental Office 


Dr. Joe Dispenza   


Emotional Fitness: Self Acceptance-Video 


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Wow, it's almost the end of June already!  Well, Happy Summer Solstice to you!  If you've been following my e-zines for a while, you know how I

love this time of the year!  The days are so wonderfully long, time seems to be endless!  But of course, that's not entirely true, as I found myself realizing I haven't been in communication for quite some time! 


I do have some valid reasons!  I was on a 17 day trip in Italy from mid May until first week in June.  Then, nine days later I was in Nashville, TN at the

American Dental Hygienists' Association's annual Center for Lifelong Learning.  I presented

"Calming Dental Anxiety" at a Lunch & Learn to other dental hygienists and staff.  I've been busy having fun, learning, and working. I'm back now and have lots valuable information to share with you.


Italy was absolutely great!  Went with one of my sisters and her husband and we all had such a fabulous time.  The hillsides of the Tuscany region of Italy are a sight to behold.  Then there's the beautiful Amalfi coast, which we visited last year and just had to return again on this trip.


So much of this trip was about ease.  We took it easy, got to see what we wanted to see, yet did not have to get intense about it.  Just allowed it to happen and flow. We got into the spirit of the Italian meals, where no one rushes you, you simply take your time, enjoy the wine, enjoy the food, and especially the conversations.  In Italy, no one ever gives you a check unless you ask for it, so you definitely do not feel like they want to move you along and out of there!  So pleasant, eh?


The walled hillside towns called for lots of walking along uneven surfaces, a skill I perfected even in my "walking boot"!  I've had a fractured bone in my right foot since February (a slow healer) and was put into "the boot" right before going to "The Boot", yet knew that was not going to stop me from walking (within reason) and enjoying myself fully.  I just accepted that boot and got into vacation mode!


It's funny how "the Universe" works or we could say the Laws of Attraction, because as I accepted that the boot was going to be part of my vacation experience, I was then in a mode of "allowing".  Since I was in this place of allowing, the ultrasonic bone stimulator that was ordered by my healthcare provider arrived just in time before my trip, allowing me to use it twice a day the entire trip. (it's a small portable device).  As a result, when I got back, I learned that my bone had healed significantly more than where it was at before I received "the boot"! 


Now, of course, being human, I did go through some negative thinking and emotions upon learning about the very slow healing that was occurring in my foot prior to Italy. So, I got extra diligent in using all those support systems I have been using for many years now.  The support system consists of the tools I've shared with you in the past on how to get relief from those negative thoughts and feelings. By using them, I managed to get myself in a place that released resistance and instead opened up to receiving.


So, have a look for yourself.  What are your negative thoughts and emotions?  What are you

resisting?  What's not working for you?  What would you like more of? What tools can you use to get you out of your own way? 


Check out the article below to gain more insight. 


Meanwhile, be easy, take it easy and enjoy the summertime.  It is the season for lightness and fun. Embrace the lightness, engage in the fun and you may just find yourself feeling good and being in that wonderful state of receiving!





P.S. I'm currently in the middle of redesigning my website for better ease of use.  Please stay tuned.  After its completion, you'll see more NO COST teleseminars coming your way.   


Sneak preview of topics to come:   

  • Feeling "stuck" in the weight loss game?
  • Less is more-Have less stress and have a more fulfilling life!
  • Is that habit making or breaking you?


And more...stay tuned!

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Are you FOR or Against YOU? 



Imagine you are standing in front of a full-length mirror. Naked. You have been asked to gaze at yourself for two minutes.  


Now take a quick inventory of the feelings that were aroused by this suggestion.  

  • Did you feel curious or afraid?  
  • Interested or hesitant?  
  • Willing or unwilling?
  •  Or did you reject the whole idea as something you would absolutely never do?

Imagining the experience gives you an indication of your level of self-acceptance; actually doing it will tell you even more.


Self-acceptance is an action; it is something we do, not just something we feel. To say "I value myself" is an act of self-affirmation that provides a base from which self-esteem develops.


When we practice self-acceptance we don't have to condone or even like everything about ourselves. In fact, it's almost certain that we won't. What it does mean is that we recognize and accept our thoughts, our actions, our emotions, our bodies, our dreams - everything about us - as our own.


"But I don't want to be insecure (or afraid or judgmental or angry or fat or old or alcoholic or any of a dozen other things)," someone might say. "If I accept that about myself, it means I don't want to change. Or I won't change."


Here's the paradox: without acceptance of what is, it is impossible to change.


When we deny any part of ourselves we name that part alien or outside. To say, "I don't want to be _________, therefore I won't accept that I am," is self-rejection, the opposite of self-acceptance. To say, "I don't want to be ________, but I am and I am willing to change," is the kind of self-acceptance that gives birth to transformation.


Healing and growth can enter only when awareness and acceptance open the door. According to Nathaniel Branden, author of The Six Pillars of Self-Esteem, "Nothing does so much for an individual's self-esteem as becoming aware of and accepting disowned parts of the self."


Here's another exercise: Try on any emotion that is difficult to face - insecurity, jealousy, anger, fear. Try it on as if it were a sweater or a pair of shoes. Breathe into it and focus on it; feel your feelings. Notice how, as you accept and experience it, the feeling begins to melt away.  


If you are resisting - tightening your muscles, holding your breath - accept your resistance. If you deny the resistance, it will only gain in strength. But, like the feelings themselves, if you embrace the resistance, it will dissipate.


It's not only negative feelings or thoughts we sometimes don't accept; we refuse our positive sides, too. In fact, some of our bright side can seem more frightening than the dark. What a loss to refuse to accept our excitement or joy, our sensuality or our beauty. How sad to be frightened of our brilliance, our ambition or our dreams.


It has been said that the greatest crime we commit against ourselves is not that we deny and disown our shortcomings, but that we deny and disown our greatness.


"Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of God. Your playing small does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won't feel insecure around you. We are all meant to shine, as children do. We were born to make manifest the glory of God that is within us. It's not just in some of us; it's in everyone. And as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others."   

Marianne Williamson


Self-acceptance is what keeps us alive. It is the strength that keeps us moving; it is what gives us the courage to finally say "No!" or "Yes!" It is the hand that reaches out for help.


To be self-accepting is to be for yourself, not against yourself. It is the birthright of you as an individual and every human being.


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Does any of this sound like you?:


  • Did the exercise above and can't stop the negative thoughts?
  • Didn't even bother with the exercise above for of fear of what you'd see? 
  • Keep having self talk that disempowers your goals ?
  • Wondering if you'll ever reach your potential?  
  • Lost faith in yourself?
  • Feeling blocked and/or stopped and have no idea what's causing that?


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Quotes to Inspire

"Let a man's talents or virtues be what they may, he will only feel satisfaction as he is satisfied in himself." 

William Hazlitt 

"It is not the eyes of others that I am wary of, but my own"

 Noel Coward


"A man cannot be comfortable without his own approval."

Mark Twain 


"What you think about yourself is much more important than what others think of you."
Marcus Annaeus Seneca

Perhaps the most important thing we can undertake toward the reduction of fear is to make it easier for people to accept themselves, to like themselves.
Bonaro Overstreet




As always, I want to thank you for taking your valuable time in reading this e-newsletter.


I welcome your feedback and look forward to continue supporting you in getting the most out of your incredible powerful mind and having an incredible life!


Please feel free to pass this on to anyone you think would benefit from receiving it!


Jackie Foskett, CH

Facilitating highly motivated people desiring change to transform their lives!