Luke Burrows

Hypnosis, Doing What We Love, And More


In this email, you have the opportunity to learn about hypnosis and how it can help you to heal. You’ll learn about a recent insight I’ve had around passion and doing what we love, and I share an idea to help you navigate ruminating thoughts in a more healthy way. Plus, a life principle to bring this email to a close.

Continue reading to find out more…

Latest Podcast

My latest podcast episode.

In this episode, I’m joined by Joanna Kacprzycka, a hypnotherapist and medium and quantum channeler who facilitates profound healing and transformation in the mind, body and spirit.

We discuss how Joanna combines hypnotherapy with mediumship to help clients communicate with their higher selves and heal on a deep level. Joanna shares the origins of hypnosis, why it has a negative connotation, especially in Western cultures, and how all hypnosis is a deep state of relaxation.

Finally, we finish with Joanna leading a brief guided relaxation session to help us enter a peaceful state for the rest of our day! 🧘‍♂

Watch or listen to this episode wherever you get your podcasts and don’t forget to leave a review–your feedback is priceless:

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1 Insight To Consider

Thought-provoking insights to think about.

Within the self-improvement space, we often get advised to do what we love. And I’m all for this as I’m someone who spent many years in a dead-end 9 to 5 job hating what they did for a living, deeply depressed, and anxious…

So, doing what you love is something I’m all about. However…

Throughout many times of my life, and maybe you can relate, I haven’t known what I love to do.

Sure, I have interests and passions but when it comes to what I love to do I always hit a brick wall.

That was until recently when I realised that most of my passions are “interest-based”.

What do I mean?

Well, let’s take a look at the word “do” more closely…

Do is a verb and means to perform an action.

So, when it comes to doing what you love, for example, an artist loves to paint so it’s what they DO.

They’re passionate about art and love to paint. It’s clear and obvious with no doubt.

But, for an “interest-based” passion it’s slightly more difficult…

In my example, health is a developed passion. But, I can’t “DO” health like an artist can paint and as a by-product get paid.

Football on the other hand is a lifelong passion of mine. I’m passionate about football as a sport, not necessarily coaching, or refereeing, and I just wasn’t good enough to play at any serious level.

So, what do you do when you’re passions are “interest-based” rather than “doing-based”?

Well, in my case the obvious action was and is to talk about them and help people as a by-product. Hence, the podcast, content creation, etc.

The first step that I’ve seen no one talk about when it comes to doing what you love is to identify if your passions are “interest-based” or directly “doing-based” meaning can you directly perform an action like the example I gave with an artist or do you need to find other way’s to bring your passion to life and therefore, as a by-product do what you love.

It’s a subtle distinction but one I’ve found to be impactful.

1 Idea To Act On

Simple actions to improve your health & life.

When we have things on our minds, we oftentimes want to get them off of our minds as soon as possible. Or, maybe I’m just talking from experience 😂

Nonetheless, this leads to overthinking and ruminating thoughts. It often feels like you’re going insane!

Now, the idea I’m about to propose is not one I’ve mastered. Nowhere near. But, it’s one that when I practice helps a lot and involves…


Like, seriously…

When we have many thoughts on our minds one of the best solutions is to get off the page and go and do something different.

This could be having time with friends or family.

Taking a day or two to work on another project.

Going to the countryside, or the seaside, or just exposing yourself to a different environment.

Anything that gets you off of the page even if it’s for a few hours!

When I’ve done this, I come back with greater clarity, new ideas, and the ability to work through what’s on my mind.

Try it and see if it works for you 😉

Principle Of Life

Principles & reminders to help you live your best life.

#10: Don’t listen to what people say. Look at what they do. Not with judgment but with compassion and empathy.

Until next week,

Luke Burrows

Founder, Podcast Host

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