Join me for a Mind Over Fear workshop where I’ll show how hypnotherapy can help you end your fear of flying.
FREE 90-Minute Introductory Seminar
Hypnotherapy works amazing well with fear and PTSD.
As you know, due to tragedy or terror the body and mind can become hyper alert when triggered by a certain situation (flying, public speaking, gunfire), and then the subconscious mind constantly looking for danger and life-threatening situations. The nervous system is in a constant state of extreme stress response. When it gets triggered it causes a physiological reaction of panic, fear and anxiety.
And the thoughts that consistently run through your mind and the emotional state you find yourself in over and over again is training your mind. You are programming your brain to turn the thoughts and feelings you are having on a weekly or even daily basis into automatic habits, even if these thoughts and emotions are unintentional.
In this Free Introductory Workshop we will be focusing on the Fear of Flying.
But whether you are trying to overcome an old problem, habit, or behavior or simply want to grow to a new level of personal achievement, hypnotherapy is often the needle-mover when all else has failed.
Come learn about and experience the power of your subconscious to reach your next level.
ZOOM VIDEO CONFERENCING
This workshop will be held with Zoom video conferencing.
Once you’ve registered I’ll email you the Zoom link and instructions for the session.
Join me for a Free 90-minute Mind Over Fear Seminar specifically geared toward Fear of Flying.
The reason hypnotherapy works so well with fears and anxiety is that the main foundation of hypnotherapy is moving the body and mind into deep, natural relaxation.
By moving the body and mind into the relaxation response (parasympathetic nervous system) where the body and mind are in balance and homeostasis, and out of the stress response (sympathetic nervous system), then the body and mind can start the healing process and you can “reprogram” limiting beliefs, fears and anxiety.
And just to be clear, you are the one doing the work, I don’t do anything to you nor can I make you do anything you don’t want to do (no matter what you see in movies, TV or at a Las Vegas show).
I don’t know your situation, but fear of flying is often created real traumatic experiences while flying in an airplane, and those can be terrifying.
Fears and emotions are created by: Events + Beliefs + Emotions = Behavior = Results.
It’s what we decide and believe about an event, usually heightened by fearful emotions, that then drives our behaviors and actions, and creates our results. However, every often those beliefs are unconscious and, again, this is where hypnotherapy is really help, in finding those limiting beliefs then creating new beliefs in the subconscious through suggestions and visualization exercises.
By regularly using hypnotherapy (not unlike meditation or the restful savasana at the end of yoga) the body re-learns to be in the relaxation state. Hypnotherapy is also an incredible tool to use to help diminish the emotions someone may have around a past event.
You create the beliefs you have around any situation and you can change those beliefs anytime you want.
Learn To Remove Blocks to Bad Habits, Negative Thinking and Limiting Beliefs.
This workshop will utilize the tools and technology of clinical hypnotherapy, one of the fastest growing fields that facilitates and promotes human change, improvement, and achievement, allowing people to reach their full potential.
The objective of hypnotherapy is to help patients unlock “the most powerful pharmacy of all: our own nervous systems.”
Hypnotherapy teaches people how to control their own minds, so as to give their bodies some calm and peace. It is the most powerful self-help tool known to humanity.
The key to hypnosis is in the way it works with the connection between a person’s subconscious thoughts, emotions, and beliefs, and his or her autonomic nervous system.
Negative subconscious beliefs, self-defeating thoughts, deeply ingrained negative emotions, and unhealthy behaviors affects your digestion, respiration, sleep cycles, endocrine and reproductive function.
Hypnotherapy activates your natural healing process. It mobilizes the subconscious mind (the body’s autonomic nervous system) to do the healing. Hypnotherapy doesn’t do the healing, it is a technique that actives your own natural healing potential.
Through using deep therapeutic relaxation, Hypnotherapy moves the body out of the fight or flight stress response and into the healing relaxation response. The hypnotherapist then adds positive healing suggestions and instructions for the subconscious mind to respond to.
Hypnotherapy gives transformative and empowering access into your subconscious mind to remove limiting beliefs that keep you from health and well-being.
“I found that many complaints – smoking, overeating, test anxiety, public speaking phobia, and chronic physical pain – responded more dramatically to hypnosis than to other forms of psychotherapy I was using.”
Dr. Deirdre Barrett, Ph.D., Psychologist
Faculty at Harvard Medical School
“People think hypnosis is a means of taking away control, but it is actually a means of enhancing control, over perceptions such as pain, anxiety, habits, stress. I teach my patients to use it for themselves to address the problem they are dealing with. It is a powerful treatment extender.”
Dr. David Spiegel, M.D.
Medical Director of the Center for Integrative Medicine at
Stanford University School of Medicine
“I’ve recommended hypnotherapy to help ease chronic pain, lessen the side effects of chemotherapy, alleviate symptoms of autoimmune disease, and counteract anxiety and sleep disorders.
“Hypnotherapy can also be used to improve performance skills, as a form of analgesia or sedation for medical and dental procedures – even to stop hemorrhaging in accident victims. In general, I believe that no condition is out of bounds for trying hypnotherapy on.”
Dr. Andrew Weil, M.D.
Clinical Professor of Medicine
Director Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine at the
University of Arizona College of Medicine