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Every day self ipnosys ;-)

I have to be strong ...

I have to be strong ....

I have to strong...

Nothing bad is going to happen to me.The worst is gone.

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Hi I know how you feel. It will pass. Look outside, it's a lovely sunny day. I'm going to church a bit later. Don't know if I'll be able to stay the full hour though. Hope you can get out today and meet friends.

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Hi hun, i like your moto....i shall have to borrow it. x

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Hi, I've been trying something similar lately and I think it's helping. Each morning I look into the mirror, smile and say "today is going to be a good day" Best wishes

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yea i reackon i should do that too mad ay how anxiety can make us feel x

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you know sometimes I do that but then I am like I look like stupid saying that, why do I have to do that while someone else just get their shoes on and get on with their days normal!!! I can be very sarcastic sometimes!!!

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Hello to all, thanks for posting this. I think its encouraging to others.

I don't think its uncommon at all. I mean - you see it in films all the time don't you ? :) I reassure myself all the time - it helps.

Heres another: 'Anxiety weighs down the human heart..but a good word cheers it up'. Remember that. :)

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As a professional clinical hypnotherapist I know how self-hypnosis and positive suggestions can help with anxiety. Maybe you would like to try this small exercise as well. It works wonders in most cases.

HOW TO CHANGE AN UNPLEASANT MEMORY

1.Watch Movie of Problem Situation:

Recall a time that you were disappointed or embarrassed, a time when you didn’t feel very good about things, a time that may remain like a trauma in your life. Pick that specific and real event from your past that still bothers you. As you think of this specific event, notice what images and sounds come to your mind and watch a movie of this event unfold before you. When you are done, notice how you are feeling.

2.Select Theme Music:

Now select some ‘theme music’ that mismatches the feelings you got from the movie you just watched. Your memory is probably serious and heavy. So select something light and bouncy, like circus or cartoon music. Some people may prefer upbeat dance music, while others like overly dramatic classical music.

3.Repeat Movie with Music:

When you have selected the music, have it playing nice and loud in your mind as you begin to watch your movie again. Have the music continue playing all the way through to the end.

4.Check Results:

Now, rewind that movie back to the beginning. Play it without the music and notice your response to it this time. Have your feelings changed? For many, the incident has become ludicrous or humorous. For others their unpleasant feelings have been greatly reduced or at least neutralized. If your feelings are not yet satisfactory for you, try using different kinds of theme music with your movie until you find that works for you. For most people it does work first time if done properly.

I would be pleased to have your feedback.

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Hi Deoch

Thank you for your message.I will try it and I will let you know.;-)

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Hi Deoch

Thank you for your message.I will try it and I will let you know.;-)

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