Oooh. I so wanted the news to be fake. I so wanted it not to be true; for ALL parties involved. But it was true. Bruce Jenner, patriarch of the noisy, badonkadonk, uber glam family was driving when involved in a multicar traffic accident that resulted in death for the driver of the car Jenner hit. Here in California, traffic accidents are a very common experience. There are waaay too many cars on the road in this heavily populated state with no real infrastructure for mass transit. But I digress. Fatalities are news. When they involve a celebrity, they are big news. Who’s at fault and what happened are still being sorted out and will be for quite some time. But the one thing that you will not read about in the media is what it feels like to be the driver in such a story.
The media continues to report layer after layer of details as they emerge or, as they are made up. I found one commenter at the end of a news article that said, “Get him in the chair!” and I think, yes get him in the chair! Only then, I realized the commenter meant the electric chair – rude. Naturally, I meant the hypnosis chair. That’s what Bruce needs right now and I mean right now. With plenty of logic and reason from the conscious mind, Bruce can explain or understand all the actions leading up to that fateful moment. But, in the quiet of night is that nagging voice that nagging guilt that just won’t subside. Being part of a story where life is lost is no small thing. Through the power of hypnosis we can apply some of that logic and reason from the conscious mind to the subconscious mind where it is not naturally found. Hypnotherapy would allow Bruce to lay to rest and organize the details in this sad story.
So come on Bruce Jenner, get in my chair. You’ve got a lot going on and through the power of hypnosis we can do some stress release, organize those difficult thoughts and lay to rest this traumatic moment. While you’re at it, bring the guy who was driving the other car that hit the decedent head on.
Life can change in a moment. Hypnosis helps you adjust.
About the author: Mona Jones is a Certified Hypnotherapist in Orange County California who helps clients adjust to traumatic incidents and restore peace in their lives.