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Daily Mail Asks Malminder…How To Spring Clean Your Emotions
In a bid to spring clean toxic relationships out of her life, Mail on Sunday columnist Liz Jones sought the help of Malminder Gill. Malminder is an award-winning hypnotherapist who specialises in relationships and is the first point of call when you need to spring clean your emotions.
Like many others, Liz Jones was talking to her friend when she realised that her relationships were becoming toxic. In the rise of Marie Kondo and how decluttering and spring-cleaning sparks joy, why stop at home? You can spring clean your emotions too.
Located in a Harley Street practice, Malminder Gill specialises in spring cleaning toxic relationships out of your life. When Liz arrives at Malminder’s practice, Malminder asks why she’s there. Liz talks about her lack of confidence, being terrified of everything, having nightmares and panic attacks.
How To Spring Clean Your Emotions
After listening, Malminder explains the situation. Actually, the ex-boyfriend and relationship wasn’t the problem, but that Liz was a victim from a previous trauma. Malminder then sets to work removing the fear and bitterness from her life before working on the anxiety.
The next day, Liz returns for a hypnosis session where Malminder focuses on visualisations that show Liz that she will be able to enjoy life. Furthermore, instead of crippling her, the adversity has made her stronger. Immediately after the session, Liz notices a difference, a chance to sit back and reflect rather than focusing on the stress of an email inbox. However, as the hypnotherapy takes time to manifest into the subconscious, the long-term effects are likely to be more profound.
You can read LIZ JONES’S DIARY: In which I spring-clean my emotions here.
Alternatively, if you are looking to spring clean toxic relationships and unhappy emotions out of your life, then get in touch with Malminder to find out how she can help. Book your free 15-minute consultation today by calling 0207 971 7677.
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