This week’s show is with Ryan Simbai Jenkins. Ryan is a hypnotherapist and coach with an unusual upbringing. He was born in Papua New Guinea, and his first experiences with non-traditional ways of healing came early on in life when his mother (a medical anthropologist) discovered a “lost” indigenous tribe called the Hagahai people. Ryan witnessed first hand how the tribal healers and shamans used forms of Trance to heal people from diseases of the body and mind. This profoundly influenced the course of his life.
This led to an intense fascination and deep study and practice of meditation, self-hypnosis, NLP, shamanism, ceremonial Magick and the many varied psychological modalities of personal development. His love of this field comes from the profound personal transformations he regularly experiences in his own life and those of his clients.
In this episode, we explored the topic of luck, including 4 lucky ways of being in the world, the Magical vs Victim mindset, aligning with who you’ve chosen to be at a soul level, and priming the unconscious mind to embody these changes.
I’d love to know what YOU think about this week’s show. Let’s carry on the conversation… please leave a comment below.
What you’ll learn from this episode:
- I love how Ryan realised the deeper importance of how people are seeing themselves and the world and how this connects to mental wellbeing
- The four lucky ways of being that Ryan spoke about are: Maximise your chance opportunities: being open to noticing them, listening to lucky hunches: acting on intuition, expect good fortune: creating self fulfilling prophecies, turning bad luck to good: also known as resilience, e.g. look at seeming bad luck as being a “maybe” like the parable we spoke about
- Two actions for you to take after this show to support you in creating more luck:
- Commit to having one conversation with new person every week
- Create a magical working, set an intention for a period of time and keep an amulet or talisman that represents luck with you 24/7 and see what happens