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Gaining Freedom From Unhappiness Of Your Past

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Crystal Dwyer helps people examine the unhealthy belief and thought patterns from their earliest years and become free of their burden in the present, and for a happier future. She uses hypnosis to pinpoint the troublesome belief programming that has been hindering the ability to experience happiness in the here and now.

Crystal has experienced this type of depression and later freedom herself and wants it for every woman who is still dealing with depression.

(Transcribed from video interview)

Crystal Dwyer:
Our subconscious mind holds thought and belief patterns that actually place conditions on our happiness. We are not even aware this is going on, but often if those conditions aren’t met, then our subconscious mind tells us we can’t be happy. It literally tells us that something is wrong with our lives, and this is going on subconsciously. So our own minds are literally setting us up to experience depression and hopelessness.

Hypnosis is a powerful therapy for helping lift women out of depression. It actually goes in, with hypnosis we can go in and address those thought and belief programs that aren’t supporting a woman’s happiness and well-being, and then we purge those in various ways and move forward, introducing and implementing thought and belief programs that will actually support a woman’s well-being, joy and happiness.

Some of the ways that we use in hypnosis is we do an examination. We sort of do a regression into the past to find out some of those belief and thought patterns that were established, where they were established, how they were established. A lot of times we have taken in this information that is acting as the filter for the processing of the rest of our lives.

We have taken this in as a child; an incident might have happened when we were 5 years old, 10 years old, and we interpreted that situation a certain way and we laid down the programming.

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