Rules for Success
In New York City, it is becoming a season with full of Christmas colors. Children are already excited with this season and the joyful air makes us feel magical in this season too.
We are very excited and hope that everyone’s energy is as exciting as ours in this world.
As I mentioned many times in the past, I am a Master of Social Work from University of Michigan and trained psychotherapist with practical working experience.
I ran into hypnotherapy by accident without any knowledge or anything in 2011 when we lived in Singapore.
My husband at the time and I adopted children who used to be my sister’s after she passed. It was my generous ex-husband’s suggestion though we decided together then.
In the result, we got US visa issues due to family court system differences in-between Japan and the US. We decided to live in Singapore to resolve the situation we got.
Then our adopted children were 18 and 13 years old, and my own twins were only 17 months old. We as a married couple then, got challenge of life changing events becoming parents of four children at once from zero children in our 10 years of our marriage.
In a tiny small country of Singapore, we were destined to live on the 28th floor then. I was scared of a wide open dust shooter in a hall way and fully opened windows without child proof because I was a new mother with long standing fear of heights.
Instantly I came up with an idea of going to hypnosis to curve my agitated edginess. I easily guessed that hypnosis would work well on phobias. I was a stay home wife for 6 years then.
I gave up on my career as a psychotherapist quickly years earlier because of my sister’s sudden death and also my disappointment in very mild and slow effects of psychotherapy.
I tried methods of therapy available in the modern science, such as EMDR（Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing). However I wasn’t satisfied with any services that I tried.
I simply wanted to see opening up the doors to happiness or any visible changes in people, not only as a service provider, but also as a service receiver.
Yes, now I am a certified hypnotherapist and life coach, and telling people how to live happily in person, in books and in radio shows.
However, once before, I was one of us trying to change the life and pursue my own happiness. I was feeling missing something, not feeling right and looking for an outlet from the darkness in my life. My clarity was long taken away and felt me like living in a fog then.
Then I became so sure that my therapy practice would be amazing with using the hypnosis I encountered and impressed me with the effects.
As I established my private practice, the more I am impressed with power of hypnotherapy. The impression makes me feel like I want to help more people everyday.
The affirmation of power of hypnotherapy and powerful subconscious mind have come to me because of my practical experience that I have been gaining day by day.
In these years, I never doubted the power of hypnosis even once or questioned about effects at all. I never felt any kind of misuse of it or any types of wrongness less than safety at all. I am more and more impressed with the effects of hypnotherapy everyday.
One of the most amazing effects happened to me and changed my entire life. I became a business owner with my private practice in New York City, my books are published and publishing in Japan and the US from my past social status of 8 years of unemployment. Adding to my published Japanese book, another book is publishing in the US on January 3, 2020.
Not to mention that, I am from a very small town that everyone knows everyone ascending to the grandparents eras in Japan.
I moved to Tokyo at 18 and ended up with some how out of the country now for 20 years. Not only living in New York City mainly but also in Michigan for my Master degree and also in Singapore in the past years.
I believe some kind of fate and things are meant to be relating to the Universal Laws, laws of attractions. I remember that I wrote that I was going to marry a westerner and have a boy and girl twins as a grown up woman when I was 8 years old.
Of course, that writing came true in my real life.