robertgorick.com | rob’s music | Youtube | Facebook | Twitter | iTunes | Amazon | Sorting Out Your Life | Part 1 | Rob’s Hypnosis VIP | Artwork – Costanza Gorick The only relationships that don’t have problems are imaginary ones. Every real relationship is going to encounter a variety of…
I was over the moon for Hugo. I had been about to finish up for the day but when good news like that comes along it’s well worth staying late for.
Now that Hugo’s worries were in the past he was a totally different person. I mean, I had seen glimpses of his humour during our sessions together but it always surprises me when I see the effects of stress on a person’s personality. In my case I was seeing it in reverse – Hugo had been like a tightly wound coil when I’d met him, and now he was relaxed, and happy….
Hugo responded very well to hypnosis and suggestion therapy. Visualisation is a powerful tool, and together we worked on him ‘seeing’ his tumour shrinking, as well as projecting him into the future and showing him his life after cancer. Of course, I am not an oncologist and I could no more predict the future than the next man, but we all have to have hope. I tell all of my clients that H.O.P.E stands for ‘Hold On, Pain Ends’ and I truly believe in light at the end of the tunnel.
I wanted Hugo to have that hope.
When Hugo returned, I was shocked by his appearance. His doctor had referred him on to a specialist, and a short while later he was diagnosed with a malignant tumour on his rib. Life in the interim had been difficult, to say the least – quite extensive surgery had been carried out shortly after diagnosis, followed by chemotherapy and radiotherapy. The thinning hair he had joked about when we first met had completely disappeared, and he had lost a considerable amount of weight….
Molly wasn’t in a good way when she first came to see me. She had abandonment issues stemming from her childhood when her mother put her into care, and these issues had created a plethora of problems which had affected her for most of her 30 something years.
She was, by her own admission, a bit of a mess.