Hila Halutzy is an Emotional Intelligence Counselor, NLP & EFT Therapy Master Practitioner and Certified Life-Coach, NLMM® Workshop teacher, and Alternative Dispute Resolution Facilitator, with an MA in Behavioral Sciences. 


Born and raised in Israel, she spent several years in the US where she studied with world-renowned teachers. 


Her personal journey has led her to become a steadfast believer in the natural human ability to heal patterns of self-sabotage, and to create the Power of Pause method.


She lives in Israel where she counsels and manages Organizational Development for Global organizations. 


This Emotional Intelligence guide serves readers with comprehensive and practical how-to guidance, proven to change life outcomes. If you have a desire to quit doing “more of the same” in any area of your life, this guide is for you!


The Power of Pause is a practice that you can start to use immediately, in order to better your life and the quality of your relationships.

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Blog: Experiments in Equanimity

November 17, 2017

Generosity, I say, is everything. 
Empathy requires not closeness, but generosity.
Finding the good in another - requires generosity.
To hold your tongue when you’re angry - generosity.
To ask real, caring questions.
To smile at a stranger even when you’re “in the midd...

September 5, 2017

Emotional Intelligence training is based on a perception of human nature that views emotions as physiological responses to events in reality. This concept is reinforced by recent brain research. The emotional process in all of us is an “automatic pilot” that warns us o...

August 19, 2017

We all get stressed. Perhaps you get stressed when you get an uncomfortable phone call, a piece of mail, or before dealing with a demanding client, going on stage, on a date, speaking in public, or attending a social gathering. Maybe you're dealing with stress on an ev...

August 16, 2017

Why is forgiving so hard, and how can we find it more possible?

Many of us carry a heavy load of anger and un-forgiveness toward someone who's hurt us. We often go through cycles of forgiveness and loathing, during which we feel relieved by forgiveness only for a short...

August 1, 2017

What's the BIG difference between "Feeling" and "Being"?

I can say "I am afraid", or "I feel fear arising". In the first, I would be identifying with what I'm feeling, making the fear and myself one and the same. In the second, I would be allowing myself to witness the...

June 28, 2017

What is Frustration?  

Frustration stems from the gap we perceive between what we deem desirable, and what in fact is our reality. When we wish for something which we can not materialize, we may feel frustrated.  Frustration belongs to a family of emotions and states o...

May 23, 2017

Is there something you really want, but just can't get yourself to accomplish? This tip can be of benefit to you, whether you want a relationship, an American citizenship, or to lose weight.

Look for a minute at an image that represents what you want, such as; an image...

May 22, 2017

A short story about a man who comes home every day and yells at his children. Every day he feels miserable, guilty, even repulsive. "Why can't I stop doing that?" He asks himself, every day. But every day, he still comes home from work, and he shouts.

"They probably do...

April 9, 2017

What stops you from having more freedom in your life?

Do you worry too much, or have been experiencing difficulty saying "no" to others? 

Here are some tips that can help you move towards more personal freedom:

  • Have you noticed the tension between feelings of freedom...

March 1, 2017

Joe, a young business man, says: "Why can't I be like this buddy of mine? He's seems so careless even when he gets a stressful phone call, while I can't stop stressing myself to ruin". Jacqueline, a 55 year old woman from Florida, tells me: "I never liked my strong nos...

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