Are the what if’s taking over?
It can start as a worry tummy in childhood , not wanting to go to school perhaps.
As an adult it becomes a deeper sense of worry and fear that can affect all aspects of your life or specific areas.
Stress/Anxiety management tools can help, but if you really want to remove it, getting to the route cause is key
Limiting belief’s and fears get set in place when we are young, often up to the age of 7.
They make no sense to us as adults, our fears and worries may seem irrational.
You can of course take steps to ease them, self help techniques, medication but unless you get to the route cause, when that limiting belief was set in stone, you’ll never remove it or the resulting anxiety.
It is absolutely possible to remove it, and hypnotherapy is the key
Remove all stage hypnotists from your mind. Hypnotherapy can only help if you want to make the change. The language a hypnotherapist is what is called clean and doesn’t put anything into your mind, you will only access deep sub consciuos beliefs.
To explain, your mind is like, as Freud described, an iceburg, What you need to function on a daily basis and memory’s you need to recall are on the surface of the water. But deep underneath are all of your experiences and beliefs that may you may need help recovering.
Your mind is amazing and it recognises perceived danger and will keep you away from it and look for it when it can. This perceived danger is something it perceived before, even if you don’t recall.
I work with both Children and Adults in person or online. If you want help with any form of worry or anxiety, get in touch.
You can book a FREE call to find out more about where you are at, and what you can do, you might be surprised.
Anna had always worried, she became anxious easily and the “what if’s” crowded her brain.
But when she became a mum, her worries and fears for her babies health became all consuming.
She came to see me for some reflexology to help her to feel calmer, but as we chatted I suggested I could in effect help her to rewire her worried brain.
We had 1 hypnotherapy session, where she identified an early memory, long forgotten, of being dropped off at her first day of school and thinking that shed never see her mum again. By working with this and changing the emotion in that moment, she no longer worried excessively. It really was as simple as that!