What is Mindscaping?
Mindscaping, discovered by Mike Mandel is a tool for experiencing, designing and redesigning the inner landscapes of your unconscious mind. It is a process of accessing your deep unconscious mind in a way that can provide profound personal insight and change at a core level.
Mindscaping is achieved by first guiding the client into a light meditative state and then helping them to visualise the map of their unconscious mind where change can occur. The practitioner then guides the client through any changes that need to take place to achieve the desired result.
Because of the creative and imaginative nature of this therapy, even the darkest and heaviest of issues can be dealt with in a safe, relaxing and even a fun manner.
James Cole is a fully trained in the use of Mindscaping and combines it with Advanced Matrix Therapies®, NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming), Hypnosis, and other techniques to deliver Empowered Meditation Therapy™ as a powerful set of tools to help clients embrace their own power and free them of emotional attachments.
Mindscaping can be used to:
- Let go of fears and phobias
- Build confidence
- Increase self-esteem
- Help with weight loss and eating issues
- Overcome addictions
- Break unwanted habits
- Help manage depression
- Reducing Stress & Anxiety
- Put an end to procrastination
- and so much more
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes absolutely. You are always in control and conscious of what is happening. No one can make you do anything you don’t want to do and you can always return to full alertness at any time you choose.
If at any time in the process you feel uncomfortable with any aspect, just mention it to your guide or therapist and they will adjust their guidance accordingly.
Yes. Anyone who wants to take part in a Mindscaping session, has something specific that they want to work on and resolve and is willing to put in the effort, will be able to gain the amazing benefits. The only skill required is the ability to pay attention and follow the instructions of the guide and to use your imagination to visualise what the guide directs you to.
Absolutely not. Even with full hypnosis, this is a myth constructed for good storytelling in books and movies. You will always have complete control. If at any time in the hypnotic process you want or need to be fully awake, you can simply open your eyes and return to normal consciousness.
Although there are no formal qualifications in Mindscaping, it is a good idea to use someone who is professionally qualified in hypnosis, NLP, guided meditations or some other modality that understands the complexities and safety requirements of the human mind. Beyond that, like all therapeutic modalities, it is just as important to find a therapist with whom you have good rapport and a basis to build a quality professional relationship with. Communication between the therapist and the client is key to success. Call them up and discuss your needs. You want to find a therapist that you find warm and friendly and you would be comfortable opening up to.
Make sure that you can understand them clearly as much of the process is about the language we use. Hard to understand accents or bad technological connections (WI-FI, phone, etc) can have a detrimental effect on the process.
Lastly, you are going to be listening to the therapist’s voice a lot, make sure they have a voice that doesn’t irritate you or make you uncomfortable in any way.
Most good therapists will give you a free call or assessment first. Use this to assess if they are right for you and be mindful that a good therapist will also be assessing you as a potential client to make sure that you are a good fit for them.
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