Author Archives: jonhinch

Welcome

One of the keys to Jon Hinchliffe’s success as a therapist is his ability to take concepts he uses in his work and show how they can be used in everyday life. As one of the main tools Jon uses … Continue reading

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Dealing with conflicting advice

At the suggestion of one of my weight loss clients I am reading Christopher McDougall’s Born To Run. I have been amazed at how it has moved me and how it fits in with my current perspectives on life. The … Continue reading

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How well do we consider problems?

How well do we consider problems? When puzzling over my personal best at running today. I initially decided I must have started running as normal and because I was feeling extra tired I just forced myself on. I certainly didn’t … Continue reading

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Perceptions of self so wrong

For the last couple of days I have noticed I have had some possible cold symptoms going on and for once I didn’t pay much attention to them. Today I woke up and noticed something has hold of my throat … Continue reading

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What are the benefits of being overweight?

I have just written a blog on the benefits of being overweight http://goo.gl/qdOdT. It seems most people don’t appreciate these benefits. What do you agree or disagree with? Can you suggest any more benefits? I would love to hear from … Continue reading

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Physiotherapy – Do you have the determination to be a positive thinker?

I have already written about the fact I have started getting some knee pain*. A second visit to Mount Chambers Surgery in Braintree had my GP referring me for Physiotherapy. As soon as this happened I totally relaxed about my … Continue reading

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Back Pain

Getting up from the chair the two days ago I managed to strain my lower back. Being a hypnotherapist and highly curious I again used the experience to experiment with pain control. The last time I had pulled my back … Continue reading

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Social shyness

My bumping into a friend at the weekend caused me to feel uncomfortable about my inability to find things to say when meeting people.  Naturally my first thought was why? Well when I was 3-5 years old I had something … Continue reading

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The power of words and the dangers of our own pre-occupations.

Yesterday while at Freeport Braintree, I bumped into a good friend I hadn’t seen for a few months. We said Hello and then I misinterpreted a comment. While being hugged “hello” the comment was made “It’s gone”. Interestingly for me … Continue reading

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Why do we “Why”?

Why do we spend so long asking why? What good does it do us? Asking why it rains can give us an interesting answer but it doesn’t stop it raining. Asking why, as a ME/CFS sufferer, I have a greater … Continue reading

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