Learn a language the easy way with hypnotherapy
Lots of us would love to be fluent in another language or two. Imagine the sheer pleasure of communicating easily in a foreign country; the fun of connecting with locals, and feeling totally confident we could smooth out any setbacks that we come across. Whether you travel for business or pleasure, it is well worth using hypnosis to pick up a language more easily. Whatever your preferred method, be it self study, listening to tapes, or attending a class, hypnotherapy facilitates language acquisition.
Hypnotherapy uses the resources of the unconscious mind, which permits us to feel at ease in our minds speaking a foreign tongue. Learning is made much more effortless as we absorb the sounds and intonation patterns without stress. We find it easy to notice and appreciate new structures and vocabulary, soaking them up like a sponge. In fact, with hypnotherapy a foreign language stops seeming 'foreign.'
Inherent in the unconscious mind is our vast knowledge of our mother tongue which includes the embedded grammatical structures and unconscious awareness of vocabulary and linguistic patterns acquired since birth. Hypnosis releases this intuitive knowledge and enables us to absorb the new language. We see connections and similarities between languages much more readily and find what is different amusing, stimulating and easy to use and remember.
By using hypnotherapy, you can maximise the natural abilities and capacity you were born with, to master and feel at home with a foreign language.
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About Marian Barry
Marian Barry is an Advanced Clinical Hypnotherapist practising at the Harley St Hypnotherapy Clinic London, and Gt Abington, Cambridge. She has given talks at international conferences around the world and specialises in personal change and confidence building.… Read more
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