• Weight Management
• Smoking Cessation
• Phobias
• "Creative Blocks"
• Anxiety/ Panic Attacks
• Irrational Anger
• "Holiday Blues"
• Stress Reduction
• Christian Self-Esteem
• Insomnia
• Rapid Learning/Exam Strategies
• TV/Video Game Addiction
Others, as suit your needs.

Romans 7:15
I do not understand what I do. For what I want to do I do not do, but what I hate I do.
1st Corinthians 6:19-20
19 Do you not know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received from God? You are not your own;
20 you were bought at a price. Therefore honor God with your body
Ephesians 4:30
30 And do not grieve the Holy Spirit of God, with whom you were sealed for the day of redemption.
1 Corinthians 13:11
11 When I was a child, I talked like a child, I thought like a child, I reasoned like a child. When I became a man, I put childish ways behind me.
- Ozark Mountain Wisdom -
This little piece of wisdom "works" on a number of levels:
The amount of information we must assimilate before the age of seven is mind-boggling.
With undeveloped reasoning, and precious little experience, we must devise automatic, subconscious coping skills.
Supported by the adults, in our lives, we do pretty well -considering - but it still "boggles the mind" a little or a lot.

Each coping skill we devise has a positive intent when it starts.
But as conditions change, if our responses do not, we need to revisit and polish those subconscious skills and thought habits.
Fortunately, our Creator built into us the ability to heal our bodies and minds. That is precisely where Christian Hypnotherapy comes in . . .

Is hypnosis a "spell"?
Can one get "stuck" in a hypnotic trance?
Absolutely not.
Can I be made to violate my core values in hypnosis?
Of course not. You are still aware and in control.
Is it safe for Christians?
Yes - but see the PXissues2 page.
Welcome, and thank you for your interest. I hope your time here will lead to a blessing for you.

You no doubt already know how frustrating traditional methods of resolving issues like those listed above can be. Sadly, they are prone to failure, as they do not address the important connection between mind and body built iinto us by our Creator.

And perhaps you already know how powerful a tool hypnosis is, but as a Christian, have held back because hypnosis seems just a little on the "out there" side of things.

That is completely understandable. Given the path common to non-Christ-Centered Hypnotherapy services, "holding back" used to be a pretty good idea. IReallyLike.me Aims intends to remedy that situation.

Here you will find gentle, completely confidential, non-judgemental, kind, Christ-Centered attention to your journey. I look forward to our discussion - whatever that may be. If it appears your "issue" is beyond our scope, be assured we will refer you to an appropriate professional.

Oh - BTW - This is serious stuff - weight management, Stop Smoking, Phobias, etc. But that doesn't mean it can't be fun.
It is fun!
What could be more fun than permanently whipping an issue that once seemed insurmountable? (When you allow your subconscious to work with the Holy Spirit, amazing things can happen.)

Just give me a call. We can chat and set up a time to meet and start coaching your success.

Continue In Your Blessings,

Tracy W. Bradford
"What causes all the trouble is the things you know for sure that just ain't true."
Of course, when we drop mind,body and soul harmful habits, the Holy Spirit is less grieved. (Has a better "space" in which to operate).

In fact, due to the indwelling of the Holy Spirit, Christians are uniquely positioned to make very positive and powerful use of the tools given us by our Creator.
When we think of the Holy Spirit dwelling within us, it makes sense that as we improve our mental and physical behaviors, the "grieving" is dimimished . , ,
Saint Paul here hints at something hypnotherapists hear every day - behaviors that started with good intention, but are no longer appropriate..... Interesting.
Saint Paul acknowledges that from time to time even he did not behave as he would have liked.
While none of us will ever be perfect, we can certainly do much better with a little help from Christ-Centered Hypnotherapy.
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