Hypnotherapy FOR FEARS
What Is Fear?
Fear is defined as an unpleasant emotion caused by the belief or anticipation that someone or something is dangerous, likely to cause pain, or a threat.
According to psychology research, fear is a primal emotion that involves a universal biochemical response and a high individual emotional response. Fear alerts us to the presence of danger or the threat of harm, whether that danger is physical or psychological.
Fear is a natural and adaptive response that has evolved to help protect us from danger. When we perceive a threat, our brains trigger a physiological response that prepares us to either fight, flee, or freeze. This response can be lifesaving in situations where there is a real danger, such as when we are confronted by a wild animal or faced with a sudden emergency.
However, there are times when our fear response can be over the top and doesn’t match the actual threat. For instance, being scared to talk in public may not pose any real physical danger, but we can still feel nervous and jittery.
When our fears get out of hand, it can cause us a lot of stress and can disrupt our daily life. It’s essential to differentiate between what’s a reasonable fear and what’s not. If we find that our fears are causing us too much distress or impacting our lives in a negative way, it may be a good idea to seek help from a professional.
Hypnotherapy can be an effective way to overcome fears. The benefits of hypnotherapy have been extensively studied for various issues, including fears. Hypnotherapy can be an effective approach for treating fears and phobias by tapping into the subconscious mind to help individuals overcome their irrational fears.
At Unlocking Your Magical Sense, Individual Zoom therapy session(s) using Hypnotherapy techniques are integrated with THE METHOD (created by Mr. Steve).
It is a powerful tool designed to bring the client mentally, physically and spiritually as one in face-to-face with their patterns, habits, blocks, beliefs and desires to a point of realization of really (the unlocking the magical sense) what is preventing them from living in the moment, with positivity, creative forces flowing, and joy and not living by just avoiding obstacles in life but by seeing the magic all around ……using their magical sense.
Symptoms of Fear
Fear often involves both physical and emotional symptoms. Each person may experience fear differently, but some of the common signs and symptoms include:
- Chest pain
- Dry mouth
- Rapid heartbeat
- Shortness of breath
- Upset stomach
In addition to the physical symptoms of fear, people may experience psychological symptoms of being overwhelmed, upset, feeling out of control, or a sense of impending death.
Most Common Fears
According to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), approximately 12.5% of adults in the United States will experience a specific phobia at some point in their lives. Another study published in the Journal of Anxiety Disorders found that the most common specific phobia in the general population is arachnophobia, affecting 30.5% of the population.
Some of the most common fears experienced by people include:
- Arachnophobia (fear of spiders)
- Ophidiophobia (fear of snakes)
- Acrophobia (fear of heights)
- Agoraphobia (fear of situations where escape may be difficult)
- Claustrophobia (fear of small spaces)
- Social phobia (fear of social situations)
- Aerophobia (fear of flying)
- Astraphobia (fear of thunder and lightning)
- Trypanophobia (fear of needles)
- Mysophobia (fear of germs)
- Fear of rejection
- Fear of abandonment
- Fear of intimacy
- Fear of being vulnerable
- Fear of betrayal
- Fear of commitment
According to a study published in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, fear of rejection was found to be the most common fear among college students in the context of romantic relationships.
Fear is a natural and common emotion, and with the right tools and support, you can learn to manage and overcome your fears.
All human behavior comes from the subconscious mind and is driven by learned beliefs. Some helpful, some not so helpful. By exploring the depths of our subconscious mind, we can gain a deeper understanding of ourselves and those around us. While we may have learned unhelpful beliefs or behaviors in the past, we can unlearn them and replace them with new, more adaptive patterns. With time and effort, we can rewire our brains and create more positive, fulfilling lives for ourselves and those around us.
Being In The NOW With Hypnosis
With Mr. Steve’s distinct hypnotherapy method, you will learn to be in the NOW. To be in the present means to be aware and focused on the current moment, rather than dwelling on the past or continuously worrying about the future. It involves being fully engaged in what you are doing, and experiencing each moment as it is, without judgment or interpretation. Practicing being present in the now can help you develop a greater sense of self-love. When we love ourselves, we are more willing to take risks and try new things. We are more open to personal growth and self-improvement. When we love ourselves, we are better able to love others. We are more patient, kind, and understanding.
Being present and mindful can be a powerful tool for overcoming fears because it allows us to focus on the present moment, rather than getting caught up in anxious thoughts about the future or past, and helps us to approach our fears with a clear and calm mind.
When you work with a certified hypnotherapist like Mr. Steve, you will have the guidance and support you need to feel more present and in the NOW.
How To Overcome A Fear
Overcoming a fear can be a challenging process, but it’s possible with the right strategies and support. Here are some tips that can help:
Face your fear: This may involve exposing yourself to the thing or situation that triggers your fear in a gradual and controlled way. For example, if you’re afraid of flying, you may start by looking at pictures of planes, then move on to visiting an airport, and eventually take a short flight with a trusted friend or family member.
Practice relaxation techniques: Deep breathing, meditation, or progressive muscle relaxation can help you relax and manage feelings of anxiety or panic when facing your fear.
Challenge negative thoughts: Our fears are often fueled by negative thoughts or beliefs. By questioning and challenging these thoughts, we can learn to view the situation more objectively and reduce our fear response.
Seek support: Talking to a trusted friend, family member, or mental health professional can provide valuable support and guidance throughout the process of overcoming your fear.
Use positive self-talk: Replace negative self-talk with positive affirmations and reminders that you are capable of facing and overcoming your fear.
Mr. Steve is trained in many avenues of thought or techniques in trying to understand how to become positive more often, and especially in how to sustain such thoughts and feelings of being more positive or looking on the bright side over a period of time, or at least more often. Through his work, he became intent on changing his life to a more joyful and creative one, especially one that had ME at the helm and not controlled by negativity, self-pity or being content in the way certain circumstances seem to be.
Hypnotherapy can use positive suggestions to help a person overcome a fear or phobia. Research has found that hypnosis can be an effective treatment for various types of phobias, including arachnophobia, social phobia, and agoraphobia. A study published in the International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis found that hypnosis was effective in reducing anxiety and fear associated with flying.
How To Get Started With Hypnotherapy For Overcoming Fear
If you’re looking for hypnotherapy services to help you overcome fear, we are here to help you take the first step.
Use our website to contact Mr. Steve and briefly describe your issue. From there, Mr. Steve will contact you to schedule the first session.
Below is a testimonial about Mr. Steve’s hypnotherapy method from a client:
“I came highly recommended to Mr. Steve and so interested in my Magical Sense and what I have missed out on. I had tried so many different avenues for answers…but in each case time would go by and I lost interest…..They were not the right answers for me. And now I am almost 40…..I need to break through !! Mr. Steve and I worked through many feelings and beliefs that I had held onto for too long. He supported me and helped me find new beliefs that are very exciting and transforming…..He gave me the tools and the right questions for me to move on with anticipation and expectation. Mr. Steve and I met on ZOOM and it worked out very well….He is very patient and understanding…..I enjoyed the process. I did 6 sessions with Mr Steve. Thank you for the compassion and support Mr. Steve.” Lacy S. Los Angeles, CA
At Unlocking The Magical Sense, we are accepting hypnotherapy clients who need support overcoming fear, as well as other issues. Contact Mr. Steve today to start Unlocking Your Magical Sense.
Hypnotherapy For Overcoming Fear and More At Unlocking Your Magical Sense
Fears can hold us back from enjoying daily activities, from making necessary changes, from embarking on new adventures, from forming new relationships, from living a more joyful life.
Remember that you are not alone in this journey and that there are resources and support available to help you move towards a more fulfilling and satisfying life. With persistence and the right mindset, you can overcome your fears and achieve your goals.
If you are ready to address your fear, get started with Mr. Steve’s Hypnotherapy method today and unlock YOUR magical sense!