“My ambient stress is lower than it’s been in my entire life. I’m more confident. My day-to-day stress and anxiety level is lower than I could have imagined it could be. I didn’t think people could be this relaxed.”~Geoffrey, anxiety client
Eliminate your fears, anxiety or phobias with Hypnotherapy
Whether you have general or specific fears, such as fear of people, doctors, dentists, interviewing, performing on stage or making a presentation, hypnosis can help your fears disappear. Fears are often simply ingrained ideas you’ve told yourself over and over until they feel real. By creating positive hypnotic suggestions, you will be replacing your limiting fears with new positive beliefs.
Just Imagine how liberated you will feel to suddenly be able to live your full life again—to go wherever you want, to travel in ease and to enjoy whatever activities you want to do. No matter how long your fears or phobias have held you back, hypnotherapy can be very effective in resetting your mind to a calmer, easier way of being in the world.
Be sure to watch the video on this page to see what a big difference hypnosis has made for one of my clients. Hypnosis works. What are you waiting for?
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“And just before I get up there to speak, it’s that same thing, I’m starting to get this feedback from my body that’s telling me: Up your game. You’re about to step up. And in the past, I would have decoded that as Something’s wrong. Uh-oh. Uh-oh, here it comes. Now it’s like…yeah…excitement’s a good thing.”~Geoffrey
“I make better choices about what I do with memories; I don’t operate from my past anymore. It happened, it’s over; I’m here now, move on. So yeah, my ambient stress level’s good. Much lower than it was before. I never thought two sessions would wipe away a lifetime of anxiety, but you did.”~Geoffrey
“The anxiety level I used to have—oh, my God. On a scale from 1 to 10, I probably stayed baseline 5 to 7 most of the time. I was in a state of almost constant worry about something. I spent a fair amount of time worrying about worrying, and I had panic attacks. Now I hover from a 0 to a 3 or 4.”~Geoffrey