If you are suffering with frequent bouts of stress and anxiety, you are not alone…
When a person suffers from persistent feelings of anxiety, stress or negativity (which are hard to change with conscious effort) this often indicates an underlying emotional conflict.
This conflict is usually part of a subconscious process that can be changed with the help of self-hypnosis. This is because the inner-subconscious mind has the ability to create a conflict and it also has the ability to change it.
Studies have indicated that during self-hypnosis an integration takes place between the two of your brain hemispheres; the left and right brain.
This integration enables you to effectively reduce resistance to positive mind re-training. It helps you to change outdated self-sabotaging beliefs and habits; sooner than you thought.
Regular guided self-hypnosis, together with a calm method of breathing can be of immense help.
I have recorded the below video in the hope that it will help you relax deeply and to send the right signals throughout your mind and body to relieve anxiety physically and emotionally.
Researchers say in hypnosis as well as in deep relaxation, your nervous system will calm down helping you to gain relief from stress and anxiety.
Spending just 10 minutes each day in a calm state of self-hypnosis can be of immense benefit for your overall health and wellbeing.
In conclusion, scientific studies into mind-body therapies indicates that hypnosis reduces stress and worry, helping your chances to feel anxiety-free increase significantly.
It has been suggested:
Worry + Stress + Anxiety = Negative Hypnosis
Hypnosis = Less Stress + Positive attitude = Anxiety-free
Here you will find a list with a 7 step easy guide with instructions for self-hypnosis.
Or you might prefer to watch the video below, which will guide you through these self-hypnosis steps.
I highly recommended that you devote time each day to view this YouTube self-hypnosis recording for improving your health and wellbeing.
By: Katherine Ferris, clinical hypnotherapist
For more information about hypnotherapy or to make an appointment with Katherine Ferris, a clinical hypnotherapist located near you in Sydney CBD or Annandale, call 02 9568 6801 complete the contact form or book a session online