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Adrian Wesley

Clinical Hypnotherapist and Motivational Speaker

Adrian is deeply committed to facilitating the awakening of your personal power. He has been passionately studying human optimization for over two decades. Adrian has completed his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Calgary and attended the Coastal Academy of Hypnotic Arts and Sciences to become a Clinical Hypnotherapist. He is the founder of Vancouver City Hypnotherapy and an active member of the International Medical and Dental Hypnosis Association.
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I Start Every Morning Repeating My Gratitude List

So many hours and days of my life I focused on what was not working. Then I learned about gratitude. The more I practiced repeating my gratitude lists, the more natural it became for me to see the positives in people and situations, and to be grateful for all the small, wonderful things occurring in my life.
02/07/2017 01:16 EST
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20 Tips For Living A Better Life

I sat down this morning to write out the top 20 things I have learned in my life so far, but after writing down four items, I started to cry deep, intense tears. I released the emotion and it felt amazing. Writing this blog reminded me of the pain and suffering I had endured to awaken to this wisdom. This is my gift to you. Here are my top 20 tips for living a better life.
08/12/2014 02:54 EDT
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I Challenge You To Live In The Now For 30 Days

I declared that I would live only in the now for 30 days. This meant I could not think about the past or the future -- I would only focus on what was happening in the moment. Sounds easy, but what an awakening experience. If I started to think about how something went wrong in the past or worry about something in the future, I would stop myself and release the thought and get back to the present.
04/22/2014 05:11 EDT
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How Lifting Weights Saved My Life

In 2008, the financial meltdown hit and my business was destroyed. Two years later, my then-wife got up one day and left our marriage without warning. I was devastated. I fell into a depression, faced the huge challenge of pulling myself back up. So I turned back to what saved me once before: lifting weights.
03/13/2014 07:42 EDT