Stop Self Sabotage

Self-sabotage is a nasty feeling. It’s the nagging voice in your head that keeps telling you no matter how hard you try, you’ll never be good at anything. Self-sabotage is the thought process that often leads to giving up on our goals before they’ve even had a chance to take shape. We may not want to admit it, but self-sabotaging behaviour can creep up on us without much warning. Keeping track of what triggers self-sabotage can help us avoid it in the future and limit its damage. If we catch self-sabotage early enough, we can stop it before it causes lasting damage and move forward with our goals instead.

Self-sabotage is a nasty feeling. It’s the nagging voice in your head that keeps telling you no matter how hard you try, you’ll never be good at anything. Self-sabotage is the thought process that often leads to giving up on our goals before they’ve even had a chance to take shape. We may not want to admit it, but self-sabotaging behaviour can creep up on us without much warning. Keeping track of what triggers self-sabotage can help us avoid it in the future and limit its damage. If we catch self-sabotage early enough, we can stop it before it causes lasting damage and move forward with our goals instead. Think about it this way: self-sabotage is like a boa constrictor wrapped around your goal of becoming more successful and fulfilled in your life. When you first set out on this path, everything seemed great—you were excited about your new plan and ready to take action! But as time passed, maybe there was some small hiccup or setback that made you doubt yourself and feel like you weren’t capable of accomplishing anything great. Maybe someone close to you discouraged you and made you feel like there was no point in trying again after so many failures until now?

Why we self sabotage

It’s not always easy to pinpoint the reason we sabotage ourselves in the first place. Self-sabotage can be caused by a combination of factors, such as feeling overwhelmed with life, being afraid of change, or feeling like you don’t have enough free time to dedicate to your goals.
But there are also some undeniable reasons why we self-sabotage; for example:

  • We fear our failures will look embarrassing in front of others.
  • We worry about what other people think and how they might perceive us.
  • We feel that our attempts won’t achieve anything because they aren’t going well now.

The dangers of self preservation

The worst part about self-sabotage is that it can ruin our lives. Without a clear goal, we are left with the feeling of not being good enough and a sense of hopelessness. We begin to give up on our goals, losing all hope that we’ll accomplish anything great. This leads to increased anxiety, depression, and an overall sense of disappointment. If this cycle continues, we can become severely depressed or even develop an eating disorder.

How hypnosis can help stop self sabotage

One of the ways hypnosis can help stop self sabotage is by helping you focus on the positive. Instead of focusing on all the reasons why your plan won’t work, you can try to focus on what will work and how to make it a reality. This helps shift your mindset into one that is more positive and able to move forward with your goals rather than dwelling on why they won’t succeed. Hypnosis also offers the opportunity for insight into what motivates you in life and what you find rewarding. Hypnosis has been proven to be an effective way to change people’s outlooks so they see themselves differently and are able to accomplish more in life. In fact, research shows that those who go through a hypnosis session are 19 percent more likely to stick with their weight loss goals compared to those who don’t, while those going through cognitive behavioural therapy are 14 percent less likely to give up.

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