“Freedom is a journey, not a destination.”
When you’re suffering from anxiety, the world can feel like a very scary place. Not only will your thoughts race, but almost everything in your environment can become a trigger for your anxiety. Even something as simple as going to the grocery store can be seen by someone with anxiety as a horrible and terrifying ordeal that is likely to leave them hyperventilating. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to help reduce your anxiety and get back to living a normal life again. One of these methods is through the use of hypnosis. If you’ve never heard of it before, don’t worry; it’s nothing strange or mystical. In fact, hypnosis has been used by many people who want to quit smoking or lose weight—it’s just not talked about much in mainstream society.
What is hypnosis?
Hypnosis is a state of heightened focus that can be induced by a trained therapist or anyone who knows how to induce it. It’s a state of profound focus where you’re more open to suggestion and able to let go of any inhibitions or fears that might normally get in the way of progress. Hypnosis is not a form of sleep; it’s more like a heightened state of focus and visualization. Hypnosis is neither dangerous nor harmful in any way. No one can make you do anything that you don’t want to do while you’re in this state.
How can hypnosis help with anxiety?
In addition to helping you relax and focus, hypnosis can also help you reprogram your subconscious to create new positive habits and break the cycle of anxiety. Every thought and feeling you have creates a pathway in your brain, and these pathways (or neural pathways) get stronger and more developed the more you think a certain way. This is why many people have trouble breaking old habits and forming new ones. Where anxiety is concerned, the pathways in your brain are likely being reinforced all the time. As soon as you feel even the slightest bit of anxiety, your brain goes back to these pathways, making them stronger and stronger. By using hypnosis, you’re strengthening different pathways in your brain that lead to feelings of relaxation and confidence, making them easier to access.
3 ways to use hypnosis to overcome your fear
– Visualization – First, you’ll want to use visualization to help you create new and empowering images in your mind. This is an excellent way to break the cycle of negativity and replace it with positive and relaxing thoughts.
– Affirmation – Next, you can create affirmations to help reframe your thought patterns and break the cycle of anxiety. You might want to write out several positive and empowering affirmations that you can use while you’re in hypnosis.
– Reprogramming – Finally, you want to reprogram your subconscious to create new positive habits and break the cycle of anxiety. You can do this by visualizing yourself facing the thing that you’re most afraid of. Then visualizing yourself overcoming it and feeling confident and empowered. You can use the feeling of empowerment to reinforce a new and positive neural pathway in your brain.
Hypnosis is a state of heightened focus and relaxation that can be used to create new positive images and thought patterns in the mind and reprogram the subconscious to create new positive habits. It’s a great tool to help people overcome anxiety and live a more positive and empowered life. If you’re struggling to cope with your anxiety, please consider calling today and getting more information. Hypnosis s a safe and effective. It’s a non-invasive method that has helped many people overcome their fears and regain control of their lives.
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I worked with David Barron for 3 sessions . The sessions were via Zoom which initially had me skeptical. After the first session I was surprised how effective and proficient the process was. I would recommend Dave to anyone who would like to explore hypnosis and get terrific results.