Guided Imagery is a technique most hypnotherapists will use during the course of a session because it's a remarkably effective means of helping you to accomplish your goals. While it's more likely to be effective if you do it in the context of a hypnotherapy session, you can also use it on your own if there's a change you'd like to bring into your life.
Choose a time when you can be free of distractions, and turn off or silence all your devices. The length of time doesn't matter. Get into a comfortable, relaxed position. It's best if you don't lay down on your bed, because you already associate that with sleep, but if you have nowhere else, prop yourself up with pillows and lay differently than you normally do to sleep (e.g., diagonally or at the other end).
Close your eyes and take in three long, slow deep breaths, imagining that you're releasing tension, stress and negativity on your exhale. Visualize yourself walking down steps or a path slowly, counting backward from twenty to zero as you do. The idea here is to get your mind and body as relaxed as possible.
When you reach zero, imagine yourself facing a lovely closed door. Know that, on the other side of that door, is your life as you want it to be, with the change you want to bring into it. You are safe and secure. Open the door, step inside, and simply imagine what your improved life is like. Notice any sensory experiences: colors, shapes, sizes, volumes, textures. What do you see around you? What do you hear? Who else might be there? What's the same and what's different now that the change has happened?
Simply spending a few minutes doing this on a daily basis will make it more likely that when the opportunity for change arrives, your subconscious mind will allow it. Guided Imagery can help you to achieve the life of your desires. If you try it on your own and don't see much improvement, consider booking a session at (818) 605-6566.