Using NLP , hypnosis and Cognitive Behavioral tools in this video helps train brain patterns, thought patterns and emotional pathways that pertain to successful and empowering processes. As always, these tools are quick and don’t replace the deeper, more thorough interventions of Psychologists, Psychotherapy, nor Medical Advice.
After individuals escape from abusive situations, or after prolonged abuse as a child, the efforts of recovery include learning to have self-respect, self-forgiveness and sincere self-love. Learn the various confusions about self-love and self-respect as a more easily practiced exercise.
With all the natural disasters, violence, threats of war, fear and emotional devastation can impact even those not directly impacted by the traumas and disasters surrounding you during your day. This video offers more than 100 tools, techniques or interventions that can help you overcome your fears and panics.
After abuse or inhumanely caused trauma, you likely will face the need to regrow your self-respect. You will need to work beyond blame and self-loathing or self-harming attitudes or statements or actions. You will need to pull out what aspects of you which helped you endure, escape and survive.
Panic, Anxiety, Fear, Phobias….Suffering from moments or hours with these intense emotions is definitely not fun and can be debilitating. Your wish to no longer suffer under the pressures of these emotional reactions is a clear sign that you are willing to start transforming your body’s and your mind’s way of reacting to seemingly anxious situations and move into regulating yourself with a pervading sense of peace and calm. These are four steps you can begin to use today to change your body’s physiological reactions of fear and your mind’s way of viewing fear as well.
There are at least four reasons as to why individuals repeatedly dream, think about, relive or re-enact horrible events in their lives and knowing these reasons might build your self-compassion and self-respect. Building your self-compassion and self-respect is one of the first steps to take toward recovering from trauma. Understanding repetition compulsions gives you another beacon of information that helps you move forward on a path toward peace and ease.
In this Part 1 – Trauma & Emotions are discussed first because when emotions have been wired into the brain’s chemistry and brains structure through traumatic events, those emotions can be confused in other circumstances that are not necessarily traumatic.
In Part 2, we look at the value of having clear emotions available for your relationships, your negotiations, your communications with friends, boss, employees and actually your ability to keep yourself safe and to keep yourself learning about others.
Part 3 looks at the value of feelings that make you feel vulnerable, weak, or uncomfortable. Use tools to help you endure the time and intensity of these uncomfortable feelings and how to make your emotional muscles stronger.
In Part 4, Panic is addressed. Use these ideas quickly to tackle the debilitating experience of panic. Considering the value of empathy, means that being free to have these vulnerable feelings makes you able to truly hang-out with others.