You are probably very aware of the rising anxiety levels amongst people. The number of individuals looking for an anxiety therapist far exceeding the numbers of anxiety specialist around.
I am going to go straight to the point here. Havening is the tool that I use to help people in overcoming anxiety. It’s the one that has cut the time to complete treatments from three to just one hour.
Why Havening therapy is the Solution
Let’s start by discussing why Havening therapy works. One reason is that as well as helping you overcome anxiety; you will also have learned a hell of lot more about yourself. Not just your condition, but a lot more about yourself. More about your triggers, your habits, and much more.
Havening therapy also works in much the same way that hypnosis works. You sit back, relax, and have a good look around you. You look at your triggers and habits, your triggers and habits, your habit of checking up on yourself. Once you have done this; you go back into the body and make some conscious, conscious decisions.
A common habit among individuals with panic attacks and anxiety is the habit of checking up on themselves. Not only does this put you in a vulnerable position. It also gives you the habit of doing what you feel you need to do in order to prevent panic attacks. After about an hour of Havening, you will find that you don’t need to check up on yourself as much. Why do this? Because you are making conscious decisions about your triggers and your habits.
Don’t worry, I didn’t give up too easily did I? Havening can’t do the trick forever. There are always going to be times when you check yourself as a means of checking up on yourself. However, at this stage in your recovery, these checks only serve to raise your anxiety. So after an hour, you won’t find yourself doing this.
How to Get the Most Out of Havening Therapy
The key to getting the most out of Havening therapy is to make the habit of doing it. Once you start having a look around your body, make a conscious decision that you will check only up on your triggers and habit. If you start checking at inappropriate times, you will find yourself doing the habit, and this isn’t working to prevent panic attacks. If you are struggling to come up with a habit for the check, start consciously deciding what you want to do (checking) after a while. It might be helpful to come up with a short, simple, and powerful phrase that describes how you want to feel (tired, relaxed, and calm) after having a check. This will give you direction as to what habit you want to do.
Havening is a habit and you are not doing it on purpose. The habit of Havening can be tiring, especially after you come up with your trigger and before you know your habit. It can be hard to come up with a trigger, especially since you don’t want to come up with something lame.
However, I have some good news! There is a trigger waiting for you in every situation of life that you don’t want. You will be surprised with how this single trigger can set your panic attack about you. You may notice that even though you haven’t done the habit yet, you can come up with a trigger in less than 10 seconds. The trigger could be the look that you see someone giving you in passing as you’re walking down the street, or it could be the look that your boss gives you when you walk into an executive meeting. The trigger could be anything! So don’t feel bad if you haven’t done the habit yet! It’s not like you haven’t tried! In fact, you’ve tried a lot of times!