HWC 7 | Very Bad Days


Robin Roberts is in the business of relaxation, and it is more than sitting in front of the tv or scrolling social media. Do you know how to really clear your head, release your stress, sleep better, feel at ease even when you’re not productive, or go-go-going? Do you find yourself having more Not Good, Very Bad Days than you’d like, and not knowing what to do about it? So much of the tension and stress we feel comes from knee jerk reactions, which we’ve been taught is how we SHOULD feel, act, react. But what if you had all the power in the world to reprogram your mind, develop your conscious mind, and heighten the awareness of your subconscious mind quickly and easily? Robin shares her simple five-step process to catch those downward spirals of the Not Good, Very Bad Day, pivot quickly back to positive thinking, and creating a lifelong habit.

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How To: Turn Around The WORST Day Ever! With Robin Roberts

With The Help of Your Hidden Ally, YOU

In this episode, we’re with Robin Roberts, who is going to tell us how to turn the worst day ever, when everything is in the pits and you can’t seem to get anything right. She’s going to tell us how to turn that around so that by the end of the day, you realize that some great blessings have occurred, that you’re moving forward in the direction that you want to be moving and sunshine and rainbows and all kinds of good things. Welcome, Robin. Why don’t you give us a quick overview of what we’re going to talk about? Then we’ll talk a little bit about you and we’ll entertain the people with more in-depth information about exactly how to do this and what your process is. What’s the real quick synopsis, teaser and get them on the edge of their seat wanting more?

People, you have a hidden ally. You don’t even know who this ally is, but they are with you always. They do want the best for you. Who is this ally? That’s who we’re going to uncover and we’re going to embrace them and have them team up with us in a mindful, intentional way.

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I want to know more. I know you have a Bachelor’s Degree and you’re certified as a hypnotist. Tell me a little bit about your background. I understand you’ve worked with a large number of people over the years. What do you want us to know about you?

I am a hypnotist. I became a hypnotist because my brother convinced me that I should be a hypnotist because he was being a hypnotist. He was doing it for fun. I grabbed on to it and started working with people to help them solve their problems. Well-over 1,000 people with many issues, I’m happy to say a few smokers in the world, many pounds gone and many people sleeping better. Believe it or not, in my business, when I tell people, “No matter what, when you come to see me, you will sleep better,” that’s a good thing. I’m not putting them to sleep because they’re bored. That’s what I do.

I’m assuming you mean they sleep at night better, not they’re walking around sleeping all the time. The rest that they need, they’re now getting.

They learn how to relax. They learn how to go into that very deep, comfortable, and rejuvenating place. Most people don’t have a clue about how to relax. That is one of the best lessons of seeing a hypnotist and of doing self-hypnosis is you learn, “That’s relaxed.” Relaxed is not sitting in front of the television. It is truly a deep state that lets your body and your mind release the junk, reorganize, and get you ready to begin again.

HWC 7 | Very Bad Days

Very Bad Days: Self-hypnosis is learning what is relaxed, not in a sitting-in-front-of-the-television way but in a truly very deep state that lets your body and mind release the junk and reorganize and get you ready to begin again.


I get that because we’re not taught to relax. We’re taught to do, strive for the next thing and try and all of that. I remember when I first started learning some particular healing skills, I was in a program learning holographic repatterning. They were teaching us all these very cool tools. One of the things that came up is to do a breathing repatterning. What came out of it was that very few people know how to breathe because we have some trauma that happens when we’re young. We catch our breaths in our throat and we never go back to normal breathing after that. In our culture and our society, this is now becoming more well-taught. There are books out about it now. Yoga people teach it. There are pranayama and breathing techniques and things.

Most of the people are walking around with very shallow breathing, which itself is part of the fight or flight response, which keeps you agitated and not resting. You see in the old The Andy Griffith shows, where people would sit on the porch for hours in the evening. These days, you see somebody sit on the porch for five minutes and then they jump up again like, “There’s something I’ve got to do.” What you’re talking about is very enticing. What we’re going through right now in the world, we’re in the middle of this global shift, which is expressing itself by having us all stay home and letting the world breathe again. It’s very exciting. I saw a clip that in India, you can now see the Himalayan Mountains again from 230 kilometers away, which you haven’t been able to do for decades because of smog and stuff. They have pictures of the whole range snow-covered and everything, that because of smog and stuff, it hasn’t been there for a long time. Breathing and relaxing is good for all of us. Tell us a little bit more about you.

That has been the business that I’ve been in, but I’m now expanding. I’m speaking. It’s wonderful if you think, “I have this one issue and I want to solve this one problem,” but it keeps coming back to the same place and that is that the answer is within you. It’s that no matter what the problem is, the answer is within you. Now, I am expanding so that I am speaking to corporations, associations and I am teaching them this idea that you don’t have to be X. We all grew up and we thought, “If I get cut off in traffic, I have to be angry. If I get this, I have to be happy. If I get that, I have to be sad.” Here are the rules. Follow the rules and those rules don’t have to apply. You learned them a long time ago. In order to unlearn them, you have to be intentional. I would say that most people don’t even know that these are rules they’ve learned. They think they’re truths.

We do the same thing. I’m going to mention that we have a resource page, PeaceAndHarmonyDownload.com/resources. There are several things that are there and two of them are links to alignment clearings. There’s one of them that addressed this very point. I did a clearing for the Thought Leaders Business Summit. The clearing that we did was to help people remember who they are and what they’re here to do, which they knew when they were young before they learned what the world expected of them when they knew Santa Claus and the Tooth Fairy were real and had superpowers. It’s this what the world expected of you because it’s exactly right. Many of us believe that if I get cut off in traffic, I’ve been trained that I swear, that I get upset. I don’t understand and that I do this, “I need to strive for the next promotion or the next job or the perfect relationship.” There’s so much striving for something and we’re fed all the time by commercials and TV shows.

The mind is very interesting and I’m sure you’d recognize this. One of the things that people do is that when they’re in a situation, we’re basically lazy. I don’t mean that in a bad way because nature takes the course of least action always. That’s the old principle of Physics. We want to do the same thing. Lazy people can be incredibly productive. Water has a tendency to stay still, but it’s that tendency to stay still that causes the rivers, streams, the dams and the ocean to flow and all of this happens, all the power that comes from water. This idea of not knowing what our true responses and we go to the fastest, quickest thing in our minds. We respond by what we saw in a movie or what we saw 100 times whether it was right. We all know parenting is challenging and our parents had to do it 24/7. They had bad days and they weren’t always the kindest.

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They did the best they could. I’ll go back to my, my hypnosis, and what I tell my clients, my listeners. We’re born with one mind and that one mind is our subconscious mind. We’re not born with our conscious mind. That’s developed, that’s groomed as we get older. That subconscious mind sucks in everything from the environment, from your peers and authority figures. If they’re living in their box, what box do you think you’re going to get? You usually go one of two ways. You jump right in that box and keep that box or you think, “That box is terrible. I’m going to jump out into this other box.” You create another box. It’s only as you develop that conscious mind that you make different choices but always, the subconscious mind is underlying and has that original box, if you will.

We don’t even know, and I like to use this example because it’s pretty innocuous. I want people to be able to hear it without feeling like they have to defend an attitude they have. I use the example of silverware because we’re taught a way to use our silverware. Depending on the family, in my family, if somebody else wasn’t using the silverware the way I was taught to use the silverware, then they were poorly mannered. I’m carrying this around not even knowing that I look at other people. I was married to a Brit. In no way do they use the silverware. Not everybody, but in my case. It taught me I have this underlying standard, this underlying rule that I was making judgments and I’m sorry, I know we shouldn’t be judgmental, but we do have to judge what works for us or what doesn’t work for us.

I was making decisions based on that underlying rule. That’s innocuous. It’s silverware. What else do we carry with us, do we roll through life with and make a decision about, “Look at that person,” and they fit the whole book by the cover thing? This is about intentionally stepping back and beginning to uncover some deeper ones. I’ll go back to that traffic example. You’ve been taught you should be angry or whatever, but go beyond that. Go deeper than that. Why in the world would you yell at that person who cut you off when they don’t know who you are? They didn’t do it to you, they were just driving. For me anyway, what I finally realized was I feel disrespected, and being disrespected makes me feel less than. That makes me defensive, “Who are you to treat me like that?” Now, I’m mad. All of that thought process is so fast and it comes out like, “Hey, you.” This is where I’m working with people to say, “What’s under that?” When you find out, that’s not a truth. That’s a belief or a pattern that I inherited and now I can change it.

I agree with you because this is one of the things that we teach. I brought it up in a book I wrote a while back, which is in every moment, we get to make the choice. First of all, we have experience. We’re driving along and someone cuts us off. Someone uses silverware. I have an awful lot of friends who use chopsticks. Where does that fit in?

You’re scooping it in. If I sat at the table with my family and scooped food into my mouth, it’s the cataclysmic end of the world.

That’s based on their belief taught by whatever. Maybe it was a commercial they saw once. I remember commercials back in the ‘50s for Mr. Manners. If your napkin fell off your lap and landed on the floor, that was a huge faux pas. I don’t even know how many people put napkins on their laps anymore unless you’re in a fancy restaurant, but certainly not at home in front of the TV. We’ve created the situation, we are driving and somebody cuts us off. What we were talking about, and I want to dissect a little bit, and I’m looking forward to hearing your take on this as well. Somebody cuts you off, the first thing that you do is that you pass judgment on it, “I’ve been slighted. You disrespected me.” Whatever it was, we pass judgment on it, but we have a choice. We could also have the choice that the only reason anybody would ever cut me off is that they’re on the way to the hospital. They’re having a baby or there’s an emergency. We pass judgment, which we have control over. Having passed judgment, we then decide what our response is going to be based on that judgment. We have all possibilities, but we tend to go with the truth of what we’ve seen the most.

I’m going to step out on a limb here, but from our perspective, there is no situation in the world right now that is resolved by killing someone. Yet we have wars, we have people who figure out that something inconvenient is solved by this, but the karma or the repercussions of killing someone is so huge. It’s basically like, “Here’s a mosquito that’s about to bite me, but I don’t want the mosquito. Here’s an atom bomb. Let’s blow up the whole neighborhood. In that way, the mosquito won’t get me.” It’s such an overbearing thing. Robin, I want to go back to this idea and see if you concur with it. This idea that we pass judgment, we have control over our decisions about that, then we choose a response which we also have control over. You want to say that maybe there’s even some deeper things or something. I’m not sure where you want to go, but does that resonate with you?

HWC 7 | Very Bad Days

Very Bad Days: There is so much peace and power in knowing that no matter what gets thrown at you, you can handle it. You don’t have to have a knee jerk reaction.


Absolutely. What I’m saying is that the first judgment that you’re passing is very unthinking. People are unthinking. You cannot move through every moment of your life going, “What should I do now?” Sometimes you have to respond. You have to move forward. There’s a balance. For example, I’m going to stick with this traffic one because it’s universal. The pattern is a great word for it because you have been patterned by yourself and everything else to respond in way X. There are maybe some people who have already done this, so bless you people, but a lot of us are still working through it. You’re patterned to, “I’m upset about that. What else will go wrong?” You don’t think, “Why does that upset me?” You fill in the blank and get upset. I get pushed back from this, from people, but it’s the thought that creates the feeling.

People are like, “No, I got angry,” and I’m like, “Your thought happened so fast that you don’t even know you had it.” Whether it’s, “I feel disrespected or I’m in a hurry too,” or whatever it is, there is a thought. What makes sense is if we can change that thought, then we can change the reaction, then we can change the action. People are not on board with, “It started with a thought.” If you have a response to dogs, you don’t like dogs because when you were a kid, a dog scared you. When you see a dog, you have the thought and then you have the fear. It’s important to go back and change the thought and question it.

The traffic, “Did that person disrespect me? Does that person even know I am breathing and alive?” No, that person does not. As you said, that person may be speeding to the hospital or maybe lost in thought because they’ve got to go have a performance review with their boss. What we want to do is create the patterning that says, “I bless that person. I send that personal care and safety so that person doesn’t have a crash nor does anybody else have a crash because of them, and they will hopefully calm down and have a better day.” Once I’m in that place, where I’m having that thought and sending blessings to that person, I feel better.

Now, I’m not so frantic. I’m like, “I’ll get there when I get there and I’ll deal with whatever I need to deal with when I get there.” We’re at ease and we can say, “I am grateful that when they cut me off, they didn’t clip my fender. I’m grateful I didn’t end up in a big crash, especially with this traffic around me. I am having a good day. I’m in fact a pretty good driver and maybe my insurance rates should go down. I feel like I’m better.” I’m now in forwarding positive patterning and that is what I want to teach people how to do it. I want to teach people how to cut the thought off of the past, changed the thought, and then make that a habit so that they are always reading whatever happens. There’s a very fundamental thought of, “Whatever it is, I can handle it.” When you come from that place, there is so much peace and power knowing that no matter what gets thrown at you, you can handle it. You don’t have to have a knee-jerk reaction.

There are some basic mindsets that we can help like, “Are we thrown into the universe to battle our way out or is the universe for us?” I want to bring out there, we’re talking about a traffic situation because it’s a common experience for a lot of us. What I love about what you’re talking about, and it’s the thing that I share in a lot of the work that I do, is it applies to absolutely everything throughout the day. You drop a cup, you discover that you’re out of toilet paper or soap or whatever, and some horrible thing. One of the things that we talk about a lot is an inconvenience is not suffering.

This might not be a popular point of view, but I do think that we’re soft, “I’m suffering. I have to stay at my house.” Cut it out.

There are some delightful YouTube videos of people in different parts of the world, which are devastating places to live, saying first-world complaints like, “I can’t find my charger for my iPhone,” or all of these outrageous things. They’re standing in poverty, sickness, no clothes, and horrible situations. This puts a spin on it. If we start with that, “The universe is for me, then I can be for the universe.” One of the things that I notice about many movies is the call back at the end of somebody who was a little bit rude or something, in the beginning, get some snide thing happening to them at the end. We don’t need to do that.

For those of us who explained, “As you sow, so shall you reap,” the Law of Karma, “For every action, there’s an equal and opposite reaction.” If you understand that when something not so great happens to you, if we bless it, as you’re talking about, instead we’re not putting the ball back in play. We’re letting it drop out. If we whack it back in play, it’s going to come back and get us again. I love what you’re talking about and this idea of having a mindset that we’re not born to suffer, that the world is for us. Whether we use the term soft or whether we use the term that we want to grow in power, the final step when you make a sword, in the olden days with the blacksmith is they heat the metal, they hammer it and it cools down.

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They heat it again and they hammer it when it’s malleable. When they get it, when they have finally done enough and they get it exactly the way they want it, they don’t stop there. The last thing they do is heat the sword as hot as they can get it, glowing red, this whole thing, and then they shove it in water. It’s a huge challenge to the sword and that’s what makes the sword unbreakable. That’s what tempers the steel. That’s what makes it solid. Like that, whether we called them inconveniences or some of the challenges that we have are just to strengthen us, to improve us, and to make us better at who we are.

I have a quote. It’s wonderful and it’s like, “Do not pray for an easy life. Pray for strength and persistence.” If you’re looking for ease, you’re in the wrong place. That’s not why we came here. It’s not to say the universe is against you. The blacksmith is not against you, sword. The blacksmith is making you the best you can be. If you will accept the molding and the challenges, you will be fine. You will be sharp. You will be who you were meant to be. Embrace the crummy stuff, “What’s good about it? What did I learn? How am I better for it? Here we go. I learned this and now I’m moving forward to new adventures.”

A lot of people come to see me because one of the questions I get is, “Can you make me forget,” fill in the blank, him, her, it, that or whatever it is. No, I would never do that. That doesn’t serve you. It serves you to remember that, but not the emotion and not the fear or the upset or the hurt and not that because we have to move through that. In the end, when you get to the place where you can go, “This was the gift of that twenty-year marriage. This was the gift of that pet who is now over the rainbow bridge. This was the blessing. I’m moving forward with the good stuff. I’m not dragging forward and bringing all the unhappiness with me.” It’s moving from that, “This is a mess,” to “This is a blessing, a gift, a lesson and I’m going forward now.”

What we’re encouraging people is to look for, “Does this strengthen me? Does this serve me? Does this make me stretch my wings?” We’re hugely powerful beings. In the United States, we have no clue. I’m not going to go into this story here, but I tell it in other places. I have a friend who went to Australia and spent six months living with Aborigines. This was decades ago. When he came back, he said what he learned from them is that if people in the United States heard how powerful they were, they’d be terrified of how much control they have over what they are. Do you know about the butterfly cocoon thing?

The butterfly struggle, absolutely. That’s a great hypnosis session. When I have a client in hypnosis, I will share this story because the mind thinks in pictures. The mind will take a metaphor and apply it. The metaphor is that as the caterpillar has gone into the chrysalis and has changed now into the butterfly, it has to break out of the cocoon. There was a study where they helped the butterfly break out of the cocoon. When they did that, the butterflies didn’t survive. The butterfly needs to break out and then they need to dry their wings. All of this is part of their process. It’s what makes them strong. It is what causes them to survive. The struggle is part of what makes them as beautiful as they are.

The way that I heard it, to add to that, is it’s the exercising their wings to break the cocoon is what makes the wing strong enough to help them fly. If they don’t do that, they can’t fly and they’re a butterfly. How do they survive if they can’t fly? That’s what caterpillars were for.

Sometimes we are the butterfly stuck in the cocoon going, “Somebody, get us out of here,” instead of, to use an old expression, bellying up to the bar and getting on with business. You walk through it.

Except that maybe the butterfly isn’t that way. Maybe we’re that way, imposing that thought on the butterfly.

I’m saying we are. It’s us. It doesn’t think, “I’m going to go through this.”

It’s thinking, “I can do this.”

It knows. That’s a very cool thing. There are things that have been subjugated within us. Unknowingness has been subjugated within us. It’s not for a malevolent purpose, but maybe so that our parents could keep us under control when we were kids. I’ve got a wild child here. I’m going to keep tamping down that spirit instead of challenging it and channeling it in a different way. Parents love you. I am one. We did the best we could, but that’s our work. Our work is then to come back to who and how powerful we are. Honestly, your friend is right. If people understood how powerful they were, it would scare the heck out of them and now we have a whole other issue. I’m worried about screwing up.

HWC 7 | Very Bad Days

Very Bad Days: When you work with your ally, your subconscious mind, you become in alignment with who you truly want to be, who you were born to be, and the purpose that you have.


It would terrify them until they realized that they could embrace it. I honestly think that’s part of what’s going on with what’s going on globally right now. People are re-empowering themselves. It all boils down to that we have much more control over creating the life and the experiences that we want than we have ever been led to believe. We’re going to go back to the traffic analogy. My older sister who helped teach me how to drive, her favorite part of the day was yelling at traffic all around her. She jumped into it and she loved it. I didn’t always embrace the way she did because I thought one could be kinder.

People are brought up that they believe they need to respond a certain way, and empowerment is, no you don’t. You can respond in a way that serves who you want to be that helps give you the experiences that you want to have. When we talk about people being powerful, that’s all we’re talking about. When you go swimming, do you want to be afraid of the water or do you want to be able to splash and have a great time? That’s a very simple choice but I’ve had problems with bridges my whole life. I would love to not have problems with bridges. I keep working on it and I figure one of these days I’m going to get it.

I’ve had a client, we worked through that and she had to drive in Dallas a lot. Dallas is all overpasses and flyovers. We took care of that.

I want to have you reiterate what you talked about in the beginning, what we have told people, which is?

The secret ally. We’ve been talking about nothing but the secret ally, which is your subconscious mind. It is there to serve you and it does not have anything but your best interest at heart. People misunderstand that. Here’s the trick to the subconscious mind. The subconscious mind is not logical. That’s your conscious mind. It’s not linear. Your subconscious mind is literal. If your subconscious mind was impressed with, “This is how I should act in traffic because I watched dad or my sister yell while they were driving,” then it’s in the subconscious mind. It goes, “Push the button. That’s the program.” We’ve got to go in and say, “Subconscious mind, thanks for hanging out with me. Thanks for doing that, but we have a new way to do it.”

This is where hypnosis comes in and all hypnosis is self-hypnosis. If you will sit down, breathe, take yourself to a quiet place and see a new picture, your subconscious mind is listening with pictures. It will embrace it and will strengthen that. The more you see that picture, the more you say, “This is my picture,” the more you’re programming yourself. You are getting that ally, your subconscious mind, to respond as you want it to respond, to create the life you want to create. It is that malleable. It has no dog in the hunt.

It will do what you tell it to do but most people make the mistake of changing their conscious minds, “I’m going to not eat sugar anymore. I’m going to not smoke anymore.” They forget to inform the subconscious mind who says, “When I eat cake, I feel comforted.” What is it going to do? It’s going to comfort you. We need to change that picture of what comfort is. That’s a quick version of that. That is the subconscious mind, your ally, and working with it so that you are truly in alignment with who you truly want to be, who you were born to be, the purpose that you have.

Thank you so much for going over that. I know you have some resources that you want to share with our readers.

It’s how to change your very bad day. I have a little cheat sheet for you. There are five steps. It’s a five-step process of how to do some of this work that we’ve been talking about and you can go on and get the PDF for that. That is on my website, which is RRTheMindPowers.com. You’ll see that on that homepage. I’m also going to be doing workshops. When you get the PDF, it will ask you if you would be interested in doing a workshop. It’ll be on Zoom. If you think, “I want to work on this privately,” of course we can do that. It is my goal to teach people about this ally that they have to use it intentionally. When I’m happier, you’re happier, the person next door is happier and the person down the block is happier, the whole world is happier. Peace and harmony. There you go.

Thank you for mentioning Peace and Harmony. I do want to give a shoutout to this show and all of our users of the Peace And Harmony Program to help generate peace and harmony everywhere. You can get a free version for yourself at PeaceAndHarmonyDownload.com. It reduces family squabbles. It stops customer complaints. People say, “We don’t know how it works, but it works.” It’s completely silent. Play it in the background. Robin, it’s been a great joy. I would love to keep talking with you. Maybe we’ll have you again sometime, but this is very useful. I completely concur with this whole idea that we have so much more control over what our life is and what we experience and much of what we do, we don’t think about.

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One of the things that I want to challenge people to do in quest of this is, when you have a response, whatever happens during the day, see how you feel, and see if that’s how you want to feel. If you want to feel that way, enjoy it, love it and be happy that you’re sad or angry or whatever. If you don’t love that, then here are some tools that you can use that Robin has very kindly given us. We know that there are others. One of the first things is to decide that, “I don’t want to be the person who yells at my kids in this situation. I don’t want to be the person that breaks down because there’s a hole in my pocket. I want to be somebody who’s stronger than that, who’s more powerful, who seeks joy and doesn’t seek problems.” Whatever person you want to be, you can become that person, and here’s the way to start. Once you start that search, it can go on to many things that can help you. Thank you so much for being here. We appreciate your work and we’re very grateful for the 1,000-plus people that you have helped. Through your workshops, may you go help tens of thousands of people become better at being themselves than they have ever been? Is that a good wish for you?

That’s a fabulous wish for me. I appreciate that. Thank you so much.

Come back again for another episode. For all our readers, please come and enjoy more of the show. Share it with your friends, tell other people about it. Tell people about the Peace And Harmony Download Program at PeaceAndHarmonyDownload.com. Tell them about their resource page because there are clearings there for healing and health, and for helping you figure out what to do at this time that’s challenging for the world and to help reduce family squabbles. We’re all in close quarters. Unfortunately, there’s been a little bit of an increase of that going on. Here’s a perfect solution. These programs can be used. We have particular versions for hospitals. We can play it for a whole hospital where everybody’s traumatized. We can give the healing to that.

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If you know somebody who has influence in a hospital, we’re happy to give it to the hospital. We’re happy to give it to the first responders, the fire departments, the military, and anybody. Even businesses, if they would like a version of the program suitable for the level of people and the size, please contact us. We’re here to help. Robin, thank you one more time. Everyone, go to her site and get free resources and improve yourself. Improve your day and who you want to be. My dad had an expression which is, “It’s better to be rich and healthy than poor and sickly. It’s also better to be happy than not happy.” It’s better to be happy with who you are. My mother used to apologize to us all the time for her blowups. She knew she didn’t want to be that person. Here’s the tool that Robin is giving us that can help. Thank you, Robin.

Thank you.

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About Robin Roberts

HWC 7 | Very Bad DaysRobin Roberts holds a BS in Business from the University of New Orleans and a Certification in Hypnosis from the National Guild of Hypnotists. Robin began her hypnosis practice in 2007 and has worked with well over a thousand people. She assists with life changes in a variety of areas.

Robin also speaks professionally, offering keynotes and workshop programs where audiences learn to use self-hypnosis to take more authority over their lives, attitudes, actions, and outcomes.