Keeping An Open Mind

Keeping An Open Mind

“The measure of intelligence is the ability to change.” ― Albert Einstein

By Kimberly Burns, OTR/L, CLT

Life is ever changing yet when it comes to bad habits, we tend to have difficulty changing. We can get stuck in a routine that’s hard to break free from. You try all the things that you know or believe work to help break a habit yet still it lingers. When nothing you try works, it may be time to step out of the box.

Having an open mind means you are receptive to new ideas or arguments. Your mind is a powerful tool to use in making change. It can be difficult to control your own thoughts due to beliefs or experiences you may have had in life. Negativity can sit in your subconscious and keep you from moving forward. That’s where hypnosis comes in to help change what you have in your subconscious mind that is stuck. Habits and addictions are all learned behaviors and you can choose to let them take the control and lead you down a path you know you don’t want to go or you can take back your life.

 

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Kimberly Burns, OTR/L, CLT, is an Occupational Therapist with over 14 years’ experience working with clients ranging from infants to the elderly. She has always had passion for wellness and has knowledge of a variety of modalities and techniques for wellness management.   (215) 499.0444 – kim.burns@sensoryintuition.com.

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