George Orwell said that everyone gets the face they deserve by the age of 50, proving he understood how the non-physical acts upon the physical.
But as a great worrier and fretter who died at 46, Orwell would have done well to consider the law of mind in body, that how you think also affects your health.
Short bursts of anger, sadness, fear etc are not a problem, but complications arise when they become the norm. Chronic negative emotional states raise levels of stress hormones, and these in turn can cause devastating physical damage.
Fortunately, the opposite is also true, and a positive outlook creates a hormonal cocktail that can fuel a longer happier life.
Awareness of this tends to lead to a greater level of control and an enhanced ability to let go of what is not serving you while feeling more gratitude for all that is good - naturally hypnotherapy is a useful tool in settling into these optimum states of mind.
A session or two of hypnotherapy can be enough to change direction in a life-altering way. After that it is up to you to keep an eye on the dials, and make adjustments as necessary.
With life, media and fellow humans competing to raise the pressure on a daily basis, anyone who is serious about avoiding an Orwellian future should also establish a simple meditation and/or yoga practice. What you think, you become ...
•Best Self Therapy offers Hypnotherapy, counselling and kundalini yoga meditation in Athens, Greece.