How to Control Anxiety with Hypnosis

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Don’t Let Anxiety Trap You

Are you one of the millions of people in the United States that feel trapped by anxiety every day? Would you like to learn how to control anxiety with hypnosis?

In this article we’ll examine how it starts and how you can learn to control anxiety with hypnosis.

Examples of Anxiety Producing Events

You have a very important meeting with an important client today, but you’re stuck in traffic behind a huge accident. Now you’re going to be a least a half hour late.

Your boss gives you an assignment that looks like it’ll take a week to finish on Wednesday afternoon and tells you he needs it by Friday.

You call your significant other for some important information and your call goes straight to voicemail and doesn’t call you back for 3 hours.

You loaned your best friend $300 and she told you she’d pay you back today but now she can’t, and you were going to use that money to pay your credit card bill.

If you’re human then something like this probably does apply to you and you may start to feel a pain right behind your eyes.

And if it does, stop worrying. You can learn to control anxiety with hypnosis.

How to Control Anxiety With Hypnosis

When you’re stressed out your heart beats fast, your temples pulse, and your muscles tighten up. This is your autonomic nervous system kicking in. It’s also known as your fight or flight system.

To help you calm down, sit down and take deep breaths. Then close your eyes so you can relax by unraveling those stressful thoughts. The following is going to show you how.

How Anxiety Starts

Anxiety can start as a stressful situation, a physical ailment or an emotional dilemma. Whatever it is, it will starts within your mind, specifically your “subconscious mind”.

That’s why when you’re stressed out you wake up in the middle of the night. You wake up because your subconscious mind is trying to work things out by itself.

In order to calm yourself down you need to be able to communicate with your subconscious mind.

How to Communicate with Your Subconscious Mind

Communicating with your subconscious mind doesn’t have to be difficult.

You can communicate with your subconscious mind using “Self-Hypnosis”.

The Following Are Seven Easy Steps You Can Use to Relieve Anxiety Using Self Hypnosis:

1) Find a quiet place where you can relax

Find a quite room in your house or office that you can dim the lights and control the temperature to something comfortable.

If you’re in your house, if you want you can light a candle and incense.

2) Surround Yourself with Pleasant Sounds

Play some relaxing nature sounds. Turn on a portable fountain. Hang some soft chimes where the breeze blows.

These sounds will soothe and relax you.

3) Find a Comfortable Position

Find a position that allows you to become totally relaxed and comfortable.

You can also surround yourself with things that make you feel comfortable such as a pillow or blanket, whatever you like.

A relaxed, comfortable position eases stress.

4) Repeat the Following to Yourself

I feel light.

I feel comfortable.

I am at ease with myself.

As I pay attention to my breathing all of my tensions, worries and anxieties flow from my body and mind.

I feel light.

I feel comfortable.

I am at ease with myself.

Repeat this to yourself out loud many times with your eyes close and while taking in deep breaths until you feel your mind begin to calm.

5) Make a Vivid Picture of Your Perfect Life (or what would make your life perfect)

Use your imagination to visualize every detail of this perfect life, every situation that you want to happen.

Imagine it as if it is really happening at this moment.

Keep that image strongly in your mind.

6). Repeat Step 4

As you breathe in and out repeat what you said in step 4 out loud. Make your body and mind as relaxed as possible.

Now… imagine yourself being surrounded by a bright, luminous, healing light. This light fills the whole room.

Imagine this healing light cleansing your mind and body of all stress.

Use this healing light to relieve your anxiety.

7) Come Back to the Here and Now

When you’re ready or at an allotted time allow yourself to come back.

Tell yourself “Feeling wide awake and refreshed”

You can use this process whenever you want. If you’re really stressed out I would recommend using it every day for a month to relieve your anxiety.

Start Using this Self Hypnosis Exercise to Relieve Your Anxiety

This simple exercise was designed to help you clear your thoughts.

The interesting thing is using self hypnosis you might actually find a solution to the issues you’ve been stressed about. This self-revelation can lead you down the path of your dreams.

While this may work to solve your goals, it may not. But it really doesn’t matter.

The important thing about this process by using self-hypnosis you can learn to become a calmer, more relaxed person who is more attuned to themselves.

That’s what you want anyway, isn’t it?

Give this self-hypnosis process a try. All you have to lose is your anxiety and you have days and weeks and moths of living the life of your dreams.


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About the Author

Wil DieckWil Dieck is an author, speaker, college professor and researcher. He is also a master hypnotherapist, NLP Trainer and master martial arts instructor. For the past forty years, he has taught people, from a variety of backgrounds, how to use simple mind hacking techniques to create habits of success.

He is also a professor of psychology and business at San Diego University for Integrated Studies.

Wil runs a leadership and peak performance coaching practice in San Diego, California. He helps his clients create the belief systems of successful people and leaders, allowing them to make the most of their personal and professional lives.

He is the founder of Neuro Emotional Conditioning (NEC)© and has taught hundreds of people in individual and business settings how to use NEC© techniques to strengthen their mind’s abilities to focus on getting the most they can out of life.