This is one of those episodes where you really need to listen through. You’ll miss the magic if you’re only half paying attention. So, grab some coffee, a chai tea latte, or a cuppa and get cozy…. you’re in for a treat.
Aubrey Vejvoda is a former marketing student turned HypnoCoach. She quit her photography business and today she’s on the frontlines trying to help make hypnosis mainstream.
We talk about:
So, that’s the short summary of what’s ahead. But before we start, I want you to pay extra attention here…
Through this episode, Aubrey models what life can look like when you follow your divine breadcrumbs (and you’ll understand what that even means soon enough). So often, we look outside ourselves for answers (see episode 56). Aubrey models honing that ability to think for yourself, in complete trust and confidence in yourself, and to hear your own intuition.
Enjoy the story…
Since recording this episode back in September 2019, I had six 1:1 hypnosis sessions with Aubrey. As you heard, I was already a fan of future me mediations and such, but this was my first time working in the capacity of a personalized hypnosis.
We covered things like:
Little, diving breadcrumbs came up along the way…
Two days after one hypnosis, I created the Tiny Story Society. It just popped into my head!
One day, I went into a hypnosis feeling resistance to what I was creating and around launching it and shortly after the hypnosis, an idea to model a previous, proven launch popped into my head and felt RIGHT and ease-y.
One day, I’d felt super resistant to doing a webinar… and then I got a stomach bug. Call it a coincidence or call it a divine nudge to pivot and release the content in another, less resistant way that felt better for my mental health at the time.
Would some of these things come up without my hypnosis?
Sure. I’m no stranger to energy work using other tools, like journaling. But, this was time on my calendar I couldn’t NOT do the energy work. I think it made various things align faster.
The best way to describe working with Aubrey is that I had all these little mental energy spikes that kept propelling me forward.
Tips from my experience: