Hypnosis for Fears
Hypnosis for Fears
The hypnotist’s secret to master any fear
The skillful use of hypnosis for conquering your fears is easy to learn. For this reason, a hypnotist can empower people of all ages with ease. Through hypnotic instructions, your mind can let go of worry and stressors in your life.
According to this KFF Health Tracking Poll, COVID-19 had a devastating effect on many U.S. citizens. Due to the new coronavirus, 4 in 10 adults reported a negative impact on their mental well-being. Thus, compromising their quality of life. Would you like to regain control over your thoughts and emotions for a better, gratifying life?
Hypnotic sessions for fears and negative beliefs
Worldwide, clients can book online hypnotic sessions whenever they want. Whether the weather is sunny or rainy, the hypnotist will guide you through positive mental states. Hypnosis lets you access your hidden potential. At the same time, you learn new, practical strategies to overcome your issues.
For clarity, fears are unpleasant emotional responses. They are also among the most powerful emotions you can feel. Similarly, negative beliefs are fixed, unproductive ideas believed to be true. Even if they are total lies. But both can harm you in the same way.
When times are complicated, almost all people have the urge to go beyond the old limits. Of course, everyone wishes their lives would be simpler. So, hypnosis allows you to let go of any gloomy bearing on your desire for happiness and self-actualization.
The most common fears you can tackle with hypnosis
For most clients with fears, the many benefits of hypnosis beckon. Read on to find out the most common causes that a hypnotist can help you deal with.
#1 — Public speaking
The fear of public speaking may prevent you from speaking to your own workgroup. Even business leaders show signs of nervous body language when talking to their employees. At any level, this fear may hinder your progress in your social life and career. Your hands might get clammy, your throat may feel tight, and/or your stomach may hurt. But most of your dreams depend on overcoming this single fear.
#2 — Driving
Many drivers and riders have the fear of driving recklessly. Maybe, they are afraid of getting into accidents or hurting someone else. In big cities, there might be a frightening number of cars and vehicles on the road. Also, cars stopping behind you at the red traffic light can put you under a lot of pressure.
#3 — Highways
Usually, the fear of driving on highways stems from the speed difference. After getting the learner’s permit, driving fast can be terrifying. For some people, a high number of lanes can be a trigger for apprehensions. For others, the passing lane could be a taboo subject. Trucks are often a cause of concern too.
#4 — Bridges/Tunnels
The fear of driving over bridges combines the fear of loud noises and the fear of highs. Of course, dealing with powerful gusts of wind is nerve-racking as well. Getting scared of underground passages and tunnels can stop you from reaching your destination. But it also can force you to spend more money driving on alternative routes.
#5 — Trains
At first glance, the fear of trains seems to be related to everything but the train itself. Some people feel a negative emotion when stepping onto the train carriage. Generally speaking, it can take them several attempts before actually getting on the train. Even before the train arrives, the fear of fainting on the rails pushes some people to avoid the train platform until the very last moment.
#6 — Flying
Generally speaking, the landing and the taking-off parts are the hardest to bear. The fear of flying may induce you to imagine a disaster. During turbulence, you might experience a sense of hopelessness. Many sensations could make you feel a sense of danger. In an airplane, the passenger only has to seat down. This situation might be unbearable for people who may be unable to trust the pilot.
#7 — Elevators
Riding in elevators links to the fear of being trapped or confined in a small space. The sight of the doors closing can trigger an immediate feeling of nervousness and stress. Meanwhile, you can feel shaky and tense. In glass elevators, the fear of heights may add to the overall issue. After you step out of it, it is not unusual to feel beaten and alarmed.
#8 — Heights
Heights are dangerous places. After all, falling off cliffs and stuff, in general, pose a serious risk. The instinctive fear of heights can emerge when you look out of a window in a tall building. More importantly, it leaves you uncomfortable and scared until you finally get in a safe place.
#9 — Night
Ever since childhood, most people develop a fear of the dark. Some people sleep with their lights on for this reason. During the night, others might found difficult to go outside without a source of light. Dark places can seem mysterious and unnerving. Just like a stressor, the darkness of the night can make the night shift a dreaded occurrence.
#10 — Death
This one is the fear of dying or having an incurable illness. Maybe due to their family history, some people fear a specific organ failure. Or they believe they have a disease and are in a lot of distress. At the same time, other troubling factors include hyper-awareness, fear of germs and viruses. In short, one of the worst fears to have during a pandemic like COVID-19.
Among other causes, we find:
- stage fright
- animals (snakes, insects, spiders, etc.)
But the list, in reality, is virtually endless. Plus, the cause of your fear may be internal. As in the case of the fear of rejection or the fear of being alone. Everyone’s reactions are different, and they are all normal.
Fight or Flight?
The human response to a possible threat or danger is deeply ingrained in ourselves. In fact, most scientists agree that it is a survival mechanism from the days of old.
In brief, you might feel a desire to fight or run away when approaching a risky situation. Intellectually, your mind can analyze what is happening. But your body and emotions start giving you clear signals. With this in mind, our fears are natural processes. So, there is nothing to be ashamed of.
No matter what limits you, your mind may have started associating negative emotions after a bad experience. In other words, fear is learned from the past and is trying to protect you.
Hypnosis gives you the time and the tools to elaborate further on these associations. Thanks to the help of a professional hypnotist, you undo and lessen the negative response naturally.
Hypnosis to overcome fear
During hypnosis, hypnotic suggestions are one of the best tools to tackle your fear. The hypnotist helps you relax. Then, the use of hypnotic techniques rewires your thoughts and emotions more beneficially. Of course, all this happens with your approval and participation. In fact, hypnosis is a pleasant, willing state in which you are both an observer and the protagonist.
Your brain learned to associate an impulse or stimulus to negative emotion. So, it can also unlearn the unpleasant response. Luckily, you do not need to wait or prepare to unravel this association. The hypnotic work is fast, safe, and allows for permanent changes.
Would you like a free consultation to better understand how that happens? Bid your fears farewell by harnessing the power of hypnosis! Request a callback right now and enjoy a free 30-minute consultation.
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Too many times in our life, we are our own worst enemy. Too many times, we beat ourselves up or talk down about ourselves. Often, we end up sabotaging our success. Even before we give ourselves permission to try something new and different for positive change. Hypnosis is a medically and scientifically recognized technique that uses the mind’s natural abilities to effectively reduce physical pain and promote wellbeing. Learn how it can help you..
As a consulting hypnotist, Luis’ role is help you resolve ordinary, everyday problems using hypnosis. He is not a medically trained doctor or a licensed mental health practitioner that can diagnose, prescribe, treat, cure, or heal any physical, mental, or emotional illness. The hypnosis services rendered are not to be considered in any way, a form of health care, psychotherapy, or counseling.