What a good weekend I had at the second instalment of my hypnotherapy course! Very relaxing, and a much more sedate pace than the frenetic introduction we had in January. We covered addictive patterns such as smoking, and also sleep problems – lots of information to absorb there, and very interesting stuff indeed…
Despite my optimism after the last weekend, this one was just as cold – in fact it felt colder!! Removing my crash helmet at the university on Sunday morning, I was struck by an icy blast sweeping across the South Downs – not good biking weather, and I wasn’t looking forward to the trip home! But in the end it was a blast – and I think I scared a few motorists on the way… 🙂
More homework, more studies, more(!) practice, more actual *work*, and so it goes on and on and on – six weeks to the next weekend instalment. I’ve had a couple of volunteers for the old hypnotherapeutic practice, but the more the merrier – bring it on, people. I promise I won’t mess with your heads (much!)… Actually, at this stage of my development I think it highly unlikely that I’d be able to mess with anyone’s head at *all*! 🙂
Not a lot else to report, as I’ve been keeping a low profile. I’m not paranoid – they actually *are* out to get me! The truth is out there – trust no-one… Well, it’s more prosaic than that – just being skint has kept me under house arrest! But payday looms, and with it the joys of being a weekend millionaire once more. Well, for *one* weekend in the month at least.
Have I mentioned that I’m thinking of taking on the BIGFoot Challenge again this year? A gruelling, arduous 50-mile stroll through the English countryside on a weekend in August, all for the purposes of raising money for MS research. More on that as it develops; I’m actually trying to get a team together to make it more of a laugh, so if you’re interested gimme a shout! Registration is £50, and the minimum fundraising needed is £500 – or £450 if you’re part of a team. C’mon, it’ll be fun! 🙂