Help Yourself Transcend Anxiety and Fear Through Self-Hypnosis

“An excellent tool to shift from a state of anxiety to relaxation. I will share this with my kids, 11 and 16 years old”
“I found Julia’s voice, the music, information, exercises, and tone of Help Yourself to be very professional, relaxing and effective.”
” Instructive. I learned about fears stemming from intensity/repetition, that worry is not a good motivator, and how generalized anxiety is about a loss of trust. Excellent for those with mild to moderate anxiety.”

Hypnotherapist Julia Ingram gently guides the listener through her 3-step process to overcoming anxiety and fears: 1)find the source of the problem, 2)recognize the limiting beliefs that were created then, 3) change the beliefs through the power of imagination. She has helped thousands of people transcend anxiety and fear using this process. In this recording, she teaches you to use those same techniques to master self-hypnosis and to help yourself.
While this recording is not intended to diagnose or treat anxiety, it can give you tools to help you manage your thoughts and feelings, train your brain to respond differently to stress, and have a more positive outlook. It is suitable for those with mild to moderate anxiety, and a variety of fears and phobias. It is also designed to be appropriate for ages ten and older.
Should any of the exercises trigger a strong response, consider that it might be a positive move in the right direction—uncovering a source of anxiety for you. Try to stick with the exercise. However, if your symptoms get worse, stop listening and seek professional help.
The final lesson regarding phobias contains a brief guided past-life regression. The form used is called a “snapshot regression,” and consists of two scenes only—the first to orient you to the time, place and person you were—and the second is the trauma you suffered which created the phobia.
The concept of “Worry Bully” comes from “What to do When You Worry Too Much: A Kid’s guide to Overcoming Anxiety”, by Dawn Huebner and Bonnie Matthews, Magination Press, 2005

Original music by Jason T. Ingram
Recorded and produced in Portland, Oregon by Sunday Driver Productions

This product is manufactured on demand using CD-R recordable media.’s standard return policy will apply.

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