Conquer Your Anxiety With Self-Hypnosis
Self-Hypnosis can help you conquer your anxiety. You weren’t born with it, so there’s no reason for you to live with it. It’s typically a vague sensation that something is wrong, but you’re not sure what it is. You should be doing something but you’re not sure what that is either. And you’re most definitely not comfortable in your own skin.
Talk to a doctor and she or he will want to put you on some sort of mind-numbing medicine. That’s what they do to animals, and you’re not an animal. What they don’t tell you is that you can take control of your anxiety. I’ll say it again using different words: you can conquer your anxiety with self-hypnosis. Along the way, you can get a much, much better grip on issues such as portion control, smoking/drinking/substances, and many other issues.
Use Self-Hypnosis For Your Benefit
People are often initially scared of hypnosis, as if anyone could ever make you do something you don’t want to do. It’s actually the opposite of that. Hypnosis is what I call self-empowerment work. What that means is you learn how to re-take control of your mind, and your body (wouldn’t be great to no longer have that horrible, gnawing sensation in your chest or in your belly, or head?). And there’s nothing magical about it by any means. Hypnosis is on a continuum with Guided Visualization and meditation. Let’s say it’s somewhere in between the two.
How Do I Use Self-Hypnosis for Anxiety?
Typically we do one or two sessions wherein I teach you how to do it. We can meet in my office or online via Zoom or FaceTime–whichever you prefer. If you’d like a preview of what that might be like, head over to my other site Rewiredforsleep.com If you poke around there you’ll find several extended meditations that will give you an idea of what I’m talking about.
You’ll see there’s nothing magical or weird about the process whatsoever. In fact, I usually tell people that it’s a little bit like we’re in a car together, and you’re in the front seat, driving, while I’m in the back seat giving you directions. You are free to accept them or not, it’s always up to you. And if you do accept the suggestions, why there’s a great chance that you’ll begin to regain control of your mind, even retake control of it on many levels–whether it’s improved sleep, diminished muscle pains, reduced stress, and so on.
If you have other questions about hypnosis go to my page here, where you’ll find two twenty-minute recordings that really tell you a lot about what hypnosis is, and what misunderstandings exist around it. And then you can contact me either by email: [email protected]; or call direct at (917) 434 8457.