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Riding the Rollercoaster: Navigating Anxiety with Style

Updated: Mar 14

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Imagine anxiety as a rollercoaster ride. It starts with that initial click-click-click as you ascend, your heart racing in anticipation. But instead of feeling the thrill, anxiety can make you feel like you're strapped in for a wild ride you never signed up for.


Just like on a rollercoaster, there are ups and downs, twists and turns, and moments when you feel like you're hanging upside down. But here's the thing: you have more control than you think.


Picture yourself as the fearless rider, armed with a toolkit of coping mechanisms. When anxiety sends your mind into a tailspin, grab onto those safety bars of mindfulness, deep breathing, or positive self-talk. They're your trusty seatbelt and harness, keeping you grounded and secure.

As you navigate the twists and turns of anxiety, remember that every rollercoaster has an end. The loop-de-loops may seem never-ending, but they will eventually smooth out into a gentle glide.


And just like a rollercoaster, anxiety can actually teach us valuable lessons. It teaches resilience, patience, and the importance of self-care. So, buckle up, embrace the ride, and remember that you're stronger than any anxiety that tries to derail you.


So how do we use Hypnosis to overcome anxiety?


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Imagine you're about to give a presentation to a room full of people. Your heart starts racing, palms sweating, and thoughts racing. Instead of letting anxiety take the wheel, you take a deep breath and focus on the present moment. You remind yourself of your preparation, your expertise, and the support of your colleagues.


Now, let's explore why hypnosis can be particularly effective in turning anxiety around. Hypnosis works by accessing the subconscious mind, where deeply ingrained beliefs and patterns reside. By guiding individuals into a state of deep relaxation, hypnosis can bypass the conscious mind's barriers and instil positive suggestions directly into the subconscious.


For example, during a hypnosis session focused on anxiety reduction, a skilled hypnotherapist might suggest affirmations like "I am calm and confident" or "I can handle any challenge with ease." These suggestions can help reprogram negative thought patterns and replace them with empowering beliefs.


Furthermore, hypnosis can help individuals access their inner resources and strengths, promoting resilience and self-assurance. By tapping into the subconscious mind's vast potential, hypnosis offers a powerful tool for transforming anxiety into confidence and calmness.


In essence, hypnosis is like a magic wand for the mind, helping to rewrite the script of anxiety and instil a sense of peace and empowerment.


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Imagine the weight of the world lifted from your shoulders, the tightness in your chest dissipating, and the clarity of mind that comes with conquering fear and anxiety. It feels like stepping into a sunlit clearing after navigating a dense forest of doubt and worry.


There's a newfound lightness in your step, a sense of liberation in every breath. You feel empowered, confident, and capable of facing any challenge that comes your way. It's a moment of triumph, where you realize that you are stronger than your fears and that nothing can hold you back.



James Gunning Hypnotherapist

James Gunning CMH C.Hyp

Inner Peace Talk Therapy - "Be your own magic"



P.S. Why not check out my range of ONLINE courses at www.innerpeacetalktherapy.com/courses or hypnosis downloads at www.innerpeacetalktherapy.com/shop



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