Free Hypnosis Download
The free Anxiety Hypnosis download
This Hypnosis download is completely free for you to enjoy. The "Anxiety Eraser" Hypnosis download is a short hypnosis session lasting about 15 minutes and is designed to give you the opportunity to try hypnosis for free and also to give you an insight into what our products are like. Part of the reason for offering free hypnosis audios is that it is quite important that you like the voice you are listening to on a product like this, so this gives you the opportunity to try before you buy. Whilst we believe a full session would be more beneficial, you can certainly get some anxiety relief from using this
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FREE SELF HYPNOSIS AND MEDITATION GUIDE
Self Hypnosis can be achieved by anyone without the need for a CD or MP3 if you prefer the free option! Self Hypnosis is a knack that will take time to get right. The key is to persevere and practice until you get it right. During this you may want to use an eye fixation technique, i.e. staring directly at a fixed point, or you may wish to close your eyes.
Preparing to do self-hypnosis or meditation
Naturally, you want to get the best out of your self-hypnosis and choosing a time that is right for you will help you achieve that. With our busy demanding lives, many people find that last thing at night is the best time, and this can also be helpful in getting off to sleep, mentally switching off at the end of the day. However, not everyone finds this beneficial, some people are morning people, and they will probably get more out of practising their self-hypnosis in the morning than they ever could late at night. The fact is it is entirely individual; you will soon find what works best for you. Fitting in around external factors can be an issue too, you need a time when you can be undisturbed when your environment is quiet when you won’t be interrupted by telephones, visitors, pets or other general household activities.The same applies to your choice of location.
Successful self-hypnosis or meditation requires you to be comfortable, warm enough and relaxed. Some people find using the same place every time they practice self-hypnosis adds something to the whole experience by establishing routine and familiarity to the practice; this can make it more effective over time. You just need to pick a time and a place where you will be comfortable, and you will not be disturbed or distracted.
Also prepare a mantra or affirmation if you are going to use one, write these down and keep to hand. It is also a good idea to have a glass of water to hand.
Getting Physically Relaxed
Sit or lie down comfortably, make sure you are warm enough as you will be sitting still for some time and people often get cold when doing this. Now beginning at your toes, mentally relax each part of your body in turn, move up through each part of your body relaxing the muscles and visualising stress, tension and anxiety easing away. Every so often think to yourself “deeper relaxed” mentally repeating “deeper relaxed”. Next visualise a staircase with ten steps and a handrail to hold onto, or a smooth pathway if you prefer. Begin to count from 10 down to 1 and see yourself at the entrance to a special place or safe room. This is your inner sanctuary, make it however you want to, use your imagination. Enjoy the special place you have created in your inner mind. Perhaps there’s somewhere to sit and be comfortable.
Deep Breathing Exercises
When you are ready, begin deep breathing for five or so breaths. If you are looking to free yourself of something (e.g. stress) mentally focus on breathing in ‘Calm’ and breathing out ‘Stress’ After five or so deep breaths allow your breathing to adjust to normal levels. If you wish you can continue to breathe in the positive quality and breathe out the negative one. After a little while allow your breathing to slow down and let yourself relax. Notice how peaceful and quiet your mind may have become at this point. If you do still have thoughts on your mind that are not helpful, don’t be concerned, with practice you will achieve a quiet, peaceful mental state.
Mantras and Affirmations
Once relaxed and breathing has slowed down, continue as follows: Begin saying to yourself some personal keywords or phrases or perhaps a ‘mantra’ which you might use in meditation. You can find a mantra by searching on the internet or you can create an affirmation yourself that makes sense to you and feels positive. eg. If you aim to lose weight you could say something like “Every day I am getting closer and closer to my goal of a slimmer fitter body” or “I only desire to eat low-calorie foods, to help me get slim”. You may want to prepare before you begin by writing down the affirmation or mantra.
When you are ready to return to normal, count silently to yourself from 5 down to 1. Mentally and physically feeling more awake until on the count of 1 you are fully alert again.