How can you achieve what is best for you?
How can you recognize yourself in your daily life?
Hypnosis is the most recent tool I have added to my box. Increasingly used for all kinds of ailments, it is now regarded with less fear. In fact, it’s studied with interest and its benefits are scientifically recognized. Hypnosis is a naturally occurring phenomenon which we experience spontaneously when lost in our thoughts, looking at advertising or a film, or driving, for example. You will be able to take ownership of this method for use at your own command to manage what you would like to change in yourself.
Among the other tools I offer is a tool for exploration called Voice Dialogue. It lets you discover who your "sub-personalities" are.
Voice Dialogue's approach is aimed at anyone wishing deeply to meet him- or herself.
Among the tools at your disposal is also Cardiac Coherence. This allows you to learn how to manage your stress. In our journey together, you will monitor your progress using a measuring instrument to synchronize your physiological, emotional and cognitive functioning.
We may also use EFT : the emotional release technique, which combines the work of the body and mind with stimulation of the meridians.
I read that interview in 2005 as I was a big fan of Jennifer Aniston. And her words still stick with me :
Jennifer Aniston vehemently rejects the interpretation that she was left by Brad Pitt for Angelina Jolie. "I don't feel like a victim," she says. "I've worked with this therapist for a long time, and her major focus is that you get one day of being a victim—and that's it. Then we take responsibility for our own input. To live in a victim place is pointing a finger at someone else, as if you have no control. Relationships are two people; everyone is accountable. A lot goes into a relationship coming together, and a lot goes into a relationship falling apart. She'd say, 'Even if it's 98 percent the other person's fault, it's 2 percent yours, and that's what we're going to focus on.' You can only clean up your side of the street."
Vanity Fair September 2005