#006 - We are graced with programmer-turned-hypnotherapist Sue Wilhite to speak about the techniques that get rid of negative thoughts, emotional triggers, and how hypnotherapy can help against stress.
As someone who spent many of her early years in Silicon Valley, for her, “stress is a natural part of our body.” Despite stress being inevitable, Sue shares how stress can be alleviated with sound, nature, and the basic understanding of one’s history.
In this episode you will learn:
· Sue Wilhite – from I.T. to entrepreneurship
· The body’s 90-second reaction time to stressors
· Can sound help with triggers?
· The seven (7) emotional triggers
· What techniques can you learn against negative thoughts?
About Sue Wilhite:
Sue Wilhite specializes in getting her clients unstuck and encouraging them to fulfil their own destinies. She’s a best-selling author, Law of Attraction coach, sound healer, and Master Tarot consultant.
She spent over a decade of her early career in various I.T. departments doing programming and database design in Silicon Valley, resulting in a healing crisis in the form of an ulcer. A friend invited her to a hypnotherapy demonstration, and the hypnotherapist helped her ulcer vanish. Sue decided it was time to catch up and develop her right brain by going back to her early fascination with alternate realities.
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