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Creating an Abundant Mindset with Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT)

When you hear the word "abundance," what comes to mind? For some, it’s a luxurious seaside villa. For others, it’s the tranquility of a mountain peak. Abundance is often associated with wealth, but it’s a much broader concept. It is a mindset, a feeling deep within, and encompasses anything that exists in ample quantity—like opportunities.

Our beliefs about abundance, and almost everything else, are deeply ingrained in our subconscious. These beliefs are formed during our early childhood years when our minds are highly impressionable. During this period, our brains operate in a state known as "alpha" and "theta," where we absorb and internalize the world around us almost hypnotically. This is why a single comment from a teacher or a parent can have a lasting impact on our self-perception and beliefs.

Imagine a teacher’s offhand remark about your public speaking. It might haunt you well into adulthood, making you dread speaking in front of others. Or consider a parent’s comment about not being able to afford something. This can plant a seed of financial insecurity that grows with you. These early experiences shape our beliefs, often negatively, without us realizing it.

But here’s the good news: these subconscious beliefs aren’t set in stone. As adults, we have the power to change them. Techniques like meditation and hypnosis allow us to access the brainwave states of our childhood, making it possible to reframe these old, limiting beliefs. This process can be quick and transformative, sometimes taking just a few therapy sessions.

As a Rapid Transformational Therapist (RTT), I see the power of this change every day. I help clients shift their mindset and unlock their potential. Here are three ways you can start fostering an abundant mindset today:


Gratitude is a powerful tool. It shifts your focus from what you lack to what you already have. Start your day by appreciating the simple things—the beauty of nature, your achievements, and the progress you’ve made. Use moments like your morning shower to reflect on these positives. This practice sets a positive tone for the day and helps you see the abundance that already exists in your life.


Self-love is about appreciating your body and mind. Many of us, especially women, are harsh critics of ourselves. Change this inner dialogue by expressing gratitude to your body. During your daily routines, like showering, thank your body for all it does. If a critical thought arises, acknowledge it and replace it with a positive affirmation. Over time, this practice can rewire your brain, fostering a more positive self-image.

Change Through Meditation and Hypnosis

Finding quiet moments each day to listen to your inner voice is crucial. Meditation is a powerful way to rewire your brain and cultivate a positive mindset. However, many find it challenging to reach a meditative state. Hypnosis can be an effective alternative. Under hypnosis, you enter the same or even a deeper state of relaxation where positive suggestions can take root more easily.

A skilled therapist can guide you through this process, helping you reframe negative beliefs and replace them with empowering ones. For example, a fear of public speaking, rooted in a childhood experience, can be transformed into confidence through hypnosis. This change can open up new opportunities, boost your self-esteem, and improve your interactions with others.

In conclusion, each of us deserves to experience the best life has to offer. If your mindset is holding you back, it’s time to make a change. By embracing an abundant mindset, practicing gratitude, nurturing self-love, and seeking positive change through meditation or hypnosis, you can transform your life. Start today and unlock the incredible potential within you.

A while back, I created a Deep Hypnosis on wiring in wealth, prosperity and abundance. I welcome you to listen to this audio and welcome it into your life.


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