A resounding YES!!!!
I can say with certainty that it is working and I’m so glad that I did this for myself. I Think that I will often consider this the best thing I ever did for myself, save going to College. I truly belief this to be true.
First and foremost, that emotional clutter is gone. I don’t have those wild emotional fluctuations through out the day. I don’t get hurt or offended when someone says something that may be slightly against me, intended or unintended. I’ve been having good days, no bad days yet.
And, I’m not crying as much at happy, sad or emotional things that are on TV. That’s so new. I just hate crying in public and dislike even papa seeing me cry at the TV or a Movie. But since going into the full hypnosis trance, I’ve not had trouble at all. Oh sure, I got welley eyed when the president took his oath, but I didn’t drop a tear. And… we’ve watched some movies where I got a little watery, but I just decided to think about something else and the feeling went away.
I’m a far more logical person than I was. I don’t feel the need to run around and chat with others, as I once did. I’m very content to get to work and do work and working makes me quite happy. I walk in and will do about 15 minutes of work before I trot off to get my coffee. Then, after a few short chats, I get a full 2 hours of work done before my first meeting. I’m in heaven.
I’ve also discovered that I’m a lot more like my Papa than I initially thought. I feel like I am, anyway.
And I’m fully able to handle criticism from my Supervisor and walk away not only non-pulsed, but I completely forgot about it after the next 10 minutes of work. It’s totally amazing. I also bit back a nice biting comment… so rather than being an emotional, crying mess… I was very much under control and enough into my faculties to think up a snotty response and bit my tongue before I dug a hole…. that is several new pages in this’ girls book, let me tell you.
I’m still me, I’m just the me I was deep down inside. I’m so very pleased with this, you just cant know how much.
© “Fizz” 2008