Hypnosis for anxiety that isn’t counterproductive

Hypnosis is great for many things.

It’s especially handy for helping you get a handle on anxiety.

For one thing, it’s a wonderful way to change the unchangeable – to rework the way you respond on an emotional level to situations.

Your emotions are all automatic, but that doesn’t mean you can’t retrain them.

But even if you don’t use it to change…

… simply entering a hypnotic trance is deeply relaxing. It won’t (necessarily) fix anything just doing that, but wouldn’t a powerful sense of comfort help you manage it all?

But anyway, let’s circle back to that in a sec.

Because there’s a problem with the way hypnosis sessions often work.

Most of the time, it involves leaving home and going to a stranger’s office.

(Which is something you can’t even do now, even if you wanted to.)

You then sit with a stranger, alone, and close your eyes.

If you struggle with anxiety, each of those steps can be difficult.

For most folks, closing your eyes around someone else can make you feel uncomfortable.

If that’s a dealbreaker for you – or even something a little unsettling – then I have great news.

When you work with me, you can close your eyes if you want to.

But, for my Alleviate Anxiety program, you don’t have to. I’ve learned from some of the world’s leading experts in doing this sort of work conversationally.

Everything from when you go deep into a trance to resolving old, stuck emotions, it can all happen with your eyes open.

And in the safety of your own home.

There’s no need to do anything awkward or unnatural – even something as simple as closing your eyes.

So if you want to experience that – and feel the relief when you free yourself from anxiety – then make an appointment at this link:


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