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Hypnotherapy sessions with Santosh Sharmaa:-1) Even if you smoke one hundred a day or have smoked for sixty years, hypnotherapy is the most successful way to stop smoking safely and easily in one hour with no cravings. Some hypnotherapy methods have been proven scientifically to be 95% successful.2) If you want to reduce your weight without dieting and feelings of deprival, this is a great way of changing your eating habits. By removing unwanted blocks to your success, addressing emotional eating, your negative thoughts and feelings about your body and desire for unhealthy snacks. Increasing the desire for eating nourishing foods, water and exercise, this can be a lasting and beneficial way to stay slim and healthy.3) If you are struggling to stop drinking alcohol with willpower, hypnotherapy is such a successful way to stop drinking in just one hour. Hypnosis is the most effective way of removing habits, unwanted behaviours and addictions that no longer serve us quickly, safely and naturally.4) Stress reduction with hypnosis is one of the easiest ways to achieve deep relaxation. It is a very effective way to enhance your health and well-being, leaving you feeling calmer, more positive and very refreshed.5) Re-programme your mind to achieve success in your life whether in your finances, love life, creativity, motivation, improve your confidence and self-esteem or to see and experience your best possible future. Anything is possible.6) Fears and phobias can hold us back and restrict our lives. Our unconscious minds primary function is to protect us from emotional pain and physical harm which is why these problems arise. By taking you back to find the event, cause or experience that has caused this issue we can then resolve, release, and rewrite the past.7) Hypnotherapy is a powerful way of resolving the negative effects of IBS so much so that its now recommended by the NHS.8) Anxiety and depression can be caused or exacerbated by harsh critical words we say to ourselves. We have over 50, 000 thoughts a day and most of these can be negative. Hypnotherapy is a potent way of reframing the negative thought patterns that keep us stuck where we don’t want to be and move us towards positive, empowering and life affirming thoughts and behaviours.
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Main Teachings of JainismLord Mahavira, also known as Vardhaman Mahavir, was the last Tirthankara and the founder of Jainism religion. What Lord Mahavira taught formed the teachings of Jainism which are the following:1. Ahimsa: The first and foremost principle of Jainism was Ahimsa or non-injury to anyone. It is why many of the Jains walk bare-footed, filter water before drinking and even tie a band of cloth round their mouth so that they may not kill small insects. They even take care not to injure any plant or tree, not to speak of causing pain to men, birds and beasts. This principle was against the rising rate of animal sacrifice in the Yajnas.2. Hard Penance and Self-Sacrifice: The preachers of Jainism believe in hard penance and giving all sorts of injury to their human bodies. To die while starving oneself is regarded a virtue by them.3. God: Mahavira denied the power of the Almighty as the creator and controller of the whole universe.5. No Faith in Yajna, Sacrifice and Ritualism: Jainism was a sort of revolt against the superiority of the Brahmans and their Yajnas, sacrifices and useless ritualism. They stopped performing all these things. They went further and refused to accept the authority of the Vedas.5. Worship of Twenty-four Tirthankaras: Instead of respecting the Brahmans and worshiping their gods the Jains began to worship their own Tirthankaras.6. No Faith in the Caste System: Jainism strikes a deadly blow at the caste system and all sorts of class-distinctions. It preach­ed the equality of human beings. All who have faith in Jainism are brothers without any class-distinctions.7. Attainment of Salvation: The Jains like those of the Hindus believe that the chief aim of a man is to attain salvation (Moksha) or freedom from the cycle of birth and rebirth. This salva­tion can be achieved by following three Jewels (Or Triratnas) of right faith, right knowledge and right conduct.8. Next life and Karma Theory: The Jains like those of the Hindus and the Buddhists believe in next life and transmigration of soul. According to them one acquires new life according to his actions (or Karma) in his past lives. If one does good actions during this life he is bound to get a good life next time.
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