Reasons You Can’t Stop Overspending
If you’re reading this, you’ve likely already identified that you’re spending too much money and want to know what to do to break the cycle. You might already know what you have to do to make a change for the better, but you might be facing some roadblocks, whether emotional, relational, or otherwise.
Making a breakthrough and changing your habits is possible. With some work, you can develop a healthy relationship with money and take control of your finances, as well as the reasons you are spending too much money in the first place. Marisa Peer’s powerful methods can help you not only take control of your spending, but create financial security in the process. You can download her free mini-course to get started!
In the meantime, here are some of the reasons people overspend.
You Reward Yourself Too Often
We’re programmed to correlate hard work and success with rewards. After all, we need motivation, and many times, we’ve incentivized our successes with financial rewards (losing weight and buying new clothes, finishing a large project at work and going out for an expensive dinner, and so on). While you should reward yourself in some manner, you shouldn’t spend too much money in the process. Set a strict budget for these rewards that you can comfortably save up for in small increments, and don’t spend a penny over that amount!
You’ve Become Accustomed to Upgrades
Effective marketing can tempt you into believing that if you spend just a bit more on a purchase, you’re going to be much happier. So you spend an extra $50 or $200, and treat yourself to a slightly better version of a product. When you stretch your budget here and there, you might not feel as if it’s a big deal. But those upgrades add up, and pretty soon, you’ll notice that you’ve fallen into debt and are struggling to dig yourself out. The next time you’re drawn to a “slight” upgrade, stop. Take a day or a week or longer to look critically at the upgrade and be honest with yourself regarding how this upgrade will actually benefit you.
You’re Filling a Void
When other parts of your life don’t feel fulfilling or you’re lacking self-esteem, you might fill your emotional void with things. Similar to emotional eating, spending too much money can make you feel better temporarily, but aftward, you will feel guilt, stress, and anxiety over your choice. Here’s the truth: a new purse, an expensive car, and a flashy phone will never fill an emotional void, no matter how attractive they make you look on the outside. The best way to handle these voids is to get to the root cause of the issue you’re facing and work on making an emotional breakthrough instead.
You Don’t Understand Budgeting
Our modern world has been raised on the concept of credit: buy now, pay later, and you can have whatever your heart desires! While this is true on paper, the payments stack up, the interest rates accumulate, and pretty soon, you’re in for much more than you bargained for. On top of that, you’re eating out a lot, have your essential monthly bills, and all the other costs that add up. It’s time to get back to basics. In addition to changing your emotional relationship with money, you need to learn effective basic budgeting techniques. From there, you can fix the damage already done and move forward with a healthier financial future.
Take Marisa Peers absolutely free mini-course, Relationship With Money, today!
Wealth and Happiness: Can You Have it All?
So many people dream of having wealth and happiness, but they don’t know how to achieve that. They continue to do the same things every day, continuing down the same path, and that’s the surest way to never see a change for the better. Whether or not they’re in debt, they want to see a difference in their future, but either don’t know what to do or are too scared to make a change.
Marisa Peer understands this, and has created a powerful mini-course called Relationship With Money that bridges the gap between psychology and money. With this free course, you can learn to break habits and harness your infinite power to be rich. Wealth and happiness can be yours when you realize your self-worth and make a breakthrough. Sign up for your free mini-course today.
Building wealth is accomplished, to put it very, very simply, by having a larger income than expenditures. Over time, that income can be saved or invested to grow even more wealth. But you might be asking yourself how you can do that when your current budget is already stretched thin.
You need to have a breakthrough.
You’re never going to see a change in your level of wealth and happiness if you don’t make a change in your life. Change can be scary, and it can involve risk. However, when you realize your self-worth and make a conscious decision to value yourself and your future, you will learn to make the necessary changes to get closer to your dreams.
One part of this process is to change your mindset. Instead of thinking, “I’ll never achieve my goals because I’m stuck in this low-paying job and all my bills,” start thinking in terms of changes you can make to push past those limits. For example, if you feel as if you’re in a rut in your job, what prospects do you have to do better? Do you need to apply for the next promotion at work? Do you need to challenge yourself and apply for a position elsewhere that will give you a boost in title and finances? Do you need to take classes for a certification or degree? None of these will be easy, but when you make the decision to invest in yourself, you will reap the rewards in so many other areas of your life.
Another aspect of changing your mindset is to learn the habits of successful wealthy people. While many of us might believe that wealthy people live ridiculously extravagant lives, the truth is, they make very smart financial decisions to retain and grow their wealth. Start studying the most wealthy and successful people and learn more about their habits: what they read, how they spend their money, their work habits, and so on. You will be surprised by what you learn, and could develop your own habits to follow suit.
To help you take the next step to wealth and happiness, understanding the psychology of money, the habits of wealthy people, and harnessing your own potential are crucial. Marisa Peer’s mini-course, Relationship With Money, is an excellent first step. Sign up today for this free course!
Lose Weight with Hypnotherapy
While many tend to think of food as a digestive process, food is also a psychological process. Your behaviors and well-being will play into your hunger and eating habits to a large degree. For example, somebody who is going through a very stressful time might lean toward not having an appetite where another person will overeat. Food can become an addiction, and replace other habits such as when a person quits smoking or makes another lifestyle change.
Taking control of your eating habits by developing a healthier relationship with food is crucial to breaking the cycle. Marisa Peer is now offering a free mini-course called Health & Weight where you can learn what is holding you back from weight loss and how to take control. She will help you identify issues in your life that might lead to overeating so that you can start a healthy new life. Sign up for free now!
Many people ask how one can lose weight with hypnotherapy. While many might be skeptical, believing that you simply lose weight by thinking yourself thin, the truth is that the mind is one of the most powerful tools you can harness for personal success. Here are some ways that you can use hypnotherapy for losing weight.
Breaking Old Habits
Habits are psychological, and they aren’t changed overnight. Many turn to fad diets to lose weight, but they’re not tackling the underlying reason that you’ve become overweight and unhealthy in the first place. By understanding the root cause of your unhealthy eating habits, you’re getting to the heart of the matter so that you can take back control. If you’re eating because you’re bored or because you’re used to grabbing a snack with friends after lunch or because food makes you feel good, changing your mindset toward these habits will help you change them.
Resetting Your Expectations
One reason that many diets fail is that expectations are set far too high. If you expect to lose 30 pounds in two weeks, you’re going to fail. And the emotional fallout from not meeting that expectation could drive you to cycle into an even unhealthier eating habit. Hypnotherapy can work very well, but it’s important to understand that it is not a quick fix or miracle treatment. While hypnotherapy for losing weight can be effective, it involves conscious and subconscious effort on your part for success. While you are learning new habits, you will also need to work on the nutritional component to ensure lasting results. Expect to put in hard work. You’re worth it.
Realizing Your Self-Worth
One thing that stands in the way of weight loss is poor self-esteem. You might not believe that you deserve to be healthy or to feel good or to look incredible. All of this is untrue! When you combine weight loss and hypnotherapy, you’re taking the steps to not only lose weight, but to love yourself enough to take care of yourself.
Take the first step toward a healthier, happier you and sign up for Marisa Peer’s Health & Weight mini-course. This course uses hypnotherapy for losing weight. It is absolutely free, and will get you well on your way to achieving your goals. Start today!
What is the Difference Between Counseling and Therapy?
If you’re searching for somebody to help you overcome depression or anxiety, you’ve probably come across professionals who call themselves counselors, as well as those who call themselves therapists. And it’s likely that you’re wondering what the difference might be…or is there a difference at all?
In short, there is a difference between counseling and therapy. To understand what these differences are, it’s important to first understand what each of these accomplishes and how they’re done.
What Does a Counselor Do?
Counseling is generally seen as a short-term course of treatment wherein a person talks to a counselor and focuses on a problem and a goal. The professional will work with their client to meet that goal, and discuss problems that arise along the way. Counseling is appropriate for people who need help coping with stress, specific situations and relationships, and who need help finding better ways of communicating.
What Do Therapists Do?
Therapy, or psychotherapy treatment, is a more in-depth approach to problems people are faced with. Childhood trauma, mental health issues, behaviors, and other issues can be discussed with a therapist throughout the course of the therapy. Going to therapy can tend to take longer, or even be a life-long course of treatment for a person. This type of treatment is done with a licensed clinical psychologist, psychiatrist, or another type of trained mental health professional.
What are the Alternatives to Therapy?
You might have already gone the counseling and/or therapy route and found that it wasn’t successful for you. You might feel hopeless…helpless. You might wonder what else is out there for you. You’re not alone.
Rapid Transformational Therapy, or RTT, is a new method that is taking hold worldwide as an effective approach to helping countless people with their anxiety, depression, weight loss, and even infertility. It is a powerful form of hypnosis treatment that can be learned a number of ways. Whether you want to download a specific hypnotherapy course, attend a live event, or even become a RTT practitioner yourself, we can help. Shop online or find out where you can attend an event now!
How Poor Self-Esteem Can Lead to Relationship Difficulties
When you’re married or dating someone, you already know that a solid relationship is dependent upon many factors, and one of those factors is confidence and self-esteem. You see, there is a two-way street, in that when you have good confidence and self-esteem, you’re much more likely to have the characteristics of a healthy relationship. But on the other hand, if you have poor self-esteem, relationship difficulties are far more likely.
Marisa Peer is the creator of Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT), which can help you with building confidence in yourself. When you learn RTT, whether through one of Marisa Peer’s live events, online, or through one of her audio downloads, you’re empowering yourself to build that self-confidence you need to make relationships work. Get started changing your life now!
Here are some ways that poor self-esteem can lead to relationship difficulties.
You’re Both Affected
Poor self-esteem can most certainly affect how you see your relationship, and can make you constantly doubt yourself, and even make you doubt your partner. The other downside of that is that soon, your partner will begin to feel these things, too. However, when you exude confidence and feel comfortable with your self-image, your partner will reflect those things as well.
When you lack self-esteem, especially when you’ve been traumatized by a bad breakup or cheating in the past, you’re more likely to feel as if you’re unworthy of happiness or the partner you’re with. And when this self-doubt worms its way through your psyche, you’re going to be more likely to let it take over to the point that you’ll sabotage the relationship.
You might struggle with building confidence in yourself after a bad incident in the past, and that can lead to a victim mentality. This type of mindset can lead to you blaming everything that happens in your life on everybody and everything else, but rarely accept responsibility for your actions…or take the initiative to empower yourself. When your partner (and friends) see that you’re doing this, and not helping yourself, unfortunately, they might turn away from you.
Panic Attacks and Anxiety
Relationship difficulties, whether real or perceived, can lead to anxiety. Low self-esteem can lead to your second-guessing every word you say, and every action you take. It can cause you to retreat and close yourself off from your partner. It might also lead to panic attacks, which can affect you physically and emotionally.
All is not lost. You can take control, and you can once again have a solid relationship when you build your confidence and self-esteem. When you learn RTT, and engage in Marisa Peer’s hypnotherapy courses, you’re giving yourself the tools to get through relationship difficulties and once again have the characteristics of a healthy relationship. Start your course today!
Ways to Build Self-Esteem and Increase Confidence
If you’re reading this, you’re very likely looking for ways of gaining self-confidence because you find yourself suffering from poor self-esteem. You want to know how to boost self-esteem and confidence, whether you’ve endured a setback at work or on a personal level, or you having lingering childhood trauma. Whatever the reason, you want to feel more confident, and are working on building self-worth.
Marisa Peer’s powerful method of Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) has helped numerous people who feel just like you when it comes to building your self-esteem and developing self-confidence. You can attend a live in-person event, read Marisa Peer’s book on self-confidence, or engage in a powerful hypnotherapy session by downloading one of her audio courses. Regardless of your learning style, RTT can help you learn positive self-esteem and increase self-confidence. Get started now!
Here are some ways that you can start building a positive self-image.
Ask Why You Have a Lack of Self-Esteem
To fix any problem, you first have to know what is causing it. If you’ve recently suffered a setback at work, ended a relationship, or grew up in an abusive household, for example, you’re probably well aware of the root cause of your low confidence. If you’re still unsure, it’s time to look at why you think you’re lacking confidence and self-esteem so that you can take note of it and use that going forward.
Take Care of Yourself
You might feel as if you’re unworthy of good things, but that is not the case! Putting effort into self-care, whether it’s getting a new haircut, getting more sleep, or finding a new group of positive friends to spend time with, is crucial to developing self-esteem. List five ways you’re neglecting yourself now, and then list five ways you can take better care of yourself…and actually do those things!
Take Control of Raising Self-Esteem
When it comes down to it, you are the one who is in control of raising your self-esteem. If you’re not sure where to start, or have failed to do it multiple times, you can try working with a personal development coach, take a hypnotherapy course, or attend a self-development conference. When you put yourself in charge of your confidence, you’re not allowing anybody else to be responsible for your feelings. You’re empowering yourself to be strong and taking a step in the right direction.
RTT has helped countless people take control of their lives, whether through one of our audio courses, books, live events, or meeting with an RTT practitioner. When you’re ready to take that step, try RTT today.
Three Keys to a Successful Relationship
If you’re in a relationship, you want to learn how to keep a good thing going, or to rekindle what made things tick in the first place. Knowing the characteristics of a healthy relationship will help you make that happen.
Marisa Peer has helped countless people build a strong relationship with not only another person, but with themselves. When you learn rapid transformational therapy (RTT), you’re learning a powerful hypnotherapy technique that will help you reach breakthroughs personally, professionally, and in the relationships you have. Learn RTT at one of our live events, or download one of her hypnosis courses now!
Here’s what makes a relationship successful.
Straightforward, honest communication is essential to a solid relationship. If you’re unable to speak openly to your partner, step back and ask yourself why. Is it because they put your ideas down, or is it because you put them down before you even speak? Regardless of the reason, healthy communication in relationships is key, and must be addressed if it’s not already happening.
Finding somebody you agree 100% with all the time just isn’t possible. And do you really feel comfortable with a partner who doesn’t challenge you to explore new ideas, or who just agrees with everything you say? You will find that in every relationship you have that you will not agree on everything, and that is actually a good thing. Expressing your own ideas, and creating an environment where your partner can express his or her own, are key to improving self-worth for everyone involved.
Repairing Relationship Difficulties
Every relationship, no matter how strong it is, experiences ebbs, flows, and even major difficulties. The key to having a good partnership is to ask how to make the relationship better. If you’ve made a mistake, taking the first step to mend it is essential to keeping a relationship strong. Likewise, if your partner has made a mistake, when he or she comes to make amends, listen, accept, and have an open discussion so that the two of you can emerge stronger on the other side.
If you’re in a relationship, RTT can teach you how to have a good relationship with yourself and others. And when you need more specific relationship help, we recommend trying Marisa Peer’s audio downloads, Attract Your Perfect Relationship and Lovability. Transform your life today.
Small Steps to Start Paying off Debt
Money is a deeply emotional subject, one that can produce happiness…or even tear marriages and families apart. Your relationship with money is just as important as your relationship with other people, because if you can’t manage your money in a healthy way, it can cause deep rifts. And that’s not to mention the stress, anxiety, and depression you likely feel.
It’s time to break the cycle. Learning to manage your money and debt in a way that breaks the cycle is paramount to making a breakthrough. You will not only free yourself of the climbing debt and irresponsible habits, but also free yourself from the depression and anxiety that likely accompany it.
We would like to offer some tips to help you get started managing your debt.
Face the Truth
The first step to breaking the cycle is to face the truth. This is the point where you will need to round up all of your debts, look at your monthly recurring costs, and then look at the amount of income you bring in each month. This number might be staggering, and it might temporarily cause a bit more anxiety than you were previously facing. That said, it is the most important step in moving toward the right direction.
Now that you know what you’re up against, you can form your plan. List your debts (credit cards, car payments, mortgage, and other recurring payments) in order from the least to the highest dollar amount. Next, list all the monthly expenses you have, including utilities, phone, TV, and gym memberships, for example. Finally, look at your extra expenses, like eating out, and all the other extra things you spend money on.
Form a Plan
Your first order of business is to determine how much money it will take each month to pay off your debt while paying your essential monthly bills. You might decide to pay off a high-interest credit card bill first, while paying minimum payments on the rest. Once you know how much money you will need to focus on your debt, it’s time to look at the other costs you can cut to pay down your debt faster!
This is one of the hardest steps because it means giving up some of the luxuries you’ve become accustomed to. If you’re spending hundreds a month eating out, you might consider eating at home instead. Look at everything you’re spending money on that’s not essential. See how much money you can save each month without them, and do the math: how quickly can you pay off your debt if you give up these monthly luxuries? That is excellent motivation to stick with the plan and forge ahead!
Be Kind to Yourself
Your situation is a difficult one, and one that will take time, patience, and accountability to resolve. You might find that forgiving yourself is difficult, and that you’re having a hard time reconciling all the new changes. You can help free yourself from depression by trying Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT). Whether you find a local practitioner to help you, or your use one of the many digital downloads or books by Marisa Peer, you will learn to be kinder to yourself and make the changes you need to. Hypnotherapy can be a powerful tool in making new life-changing breakthroughs.
Marisa Peer is offering a free gift to you. Join her free mini-course to help you break old habits and learn new ones that will change your life. Start her Relationship With Money course today!
What Does it Take to Become a Professional Therapist?
To become a successful professional therapist, there are traits that go far beyond school and the training you go through. These are some of the intangibles, the things that define your personality, professionalism, and willingness to want to help people, among others. If you’re reading this, you’re probably already looking at becoming a therapist, and we have some tips for you.
Marisa Peer’s Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) training program can teach you the skills you need to become a licensed hypnotherapist. When you go through our hypnotherapy certification, you will emerge with the tools to empower others and to help them transform their thinking to achieve success. Over 1,000 people have completed our training to become a RTT™ Certified Therapist—sign up today!
Here are some of the skills you will need to become a professional therapist.
When you work with clients, you’re not just treating them—you’re forming a relationship. This relationship will help you build rapport, build trust, and build the foundation for effective treatment. You will get to know your clients on a very deep level, which will help you—and your clients—reach goals and the best possible outcomes.
The Ability to Listen
One of the most important building blocks of building relationships is listening. Without the skill of listening well, you very likely won’t be able to help your clients reach their goals. Yes, you can listen to the words they speak, but you also need to pay attention to their non-verbal signals and what they don’t say to read between the lines. When you can hear what they say and interpret the message behind it, you’re going to do the best work possible for them.
The Ability to Stay Organized
While you might think of organization as more of a home project, organization comes in many forms. When you apply it to your therapy practice, it can involve a number of concepts. For one, you might be a one-person show in the beginning and have to schedule your own appointments. And when you have those appointments, there is work to be done for your patients in the interim, such as research and preparing for your next session. You will also have to be able to keep precise records for your accounting, billing, and tax records.
The Thirst for More Knowledge
You wouldn’t want a surgeon whose last training took place 20 years ago to operate on you, just as you wouldn’t want a licensed hypnotherapist to attend one training and never go back for ongoing education. Your thirst for knowledge will fuel your drive to continue to learn new techniques and stay on the cutting edge on your field.
To get started on your journey to becoming a certified hypnotherapist, sign up to become a RTT™ Certified Therapist today!
Ways to Improve Your Self-Esteem
In our world of constant feedback—whether it’s invited or not—keeping your self-esteem in check can be a challenge. It’s common to open up your social media account to see a dozen gorgeous people rocking a post-workout glow, or to post a thoughtful comment on a page only to be attacked. And in real life, you might run up against people who do everything you can do, only better. Or those people who have no problem putting you down when you’re doing the best you can. Most painful is when you don’t find much to love about yourself.
It’s time to stop this painful cycle and work toward a breakthrough.
Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) is a powerful technique developed by renowned therapist Marisa Peer. This technique can be performed in a number of ways, and finding the method you prefer is easy. Take a look around our website to see the resources available to you. Marisa is also offering a Self-Esteem Mini-Course completely free. Sign up today!
Here are some ways you can help improve your self-esteem.
Don’t Play the Comparison Game
It’s easy to compare yourself to your coworkers, your older sibling, and even your spouse. When others are successful, look healthy, and seem to have a lot going for them, your own struggles can weigh on you. Everyone struggles. Everyone has challenges. Everyone feels down here and there. But instead of focusing on how you feel you’re not adding up to those around you, focus on how you’re doing wonderfully. Make a list of the positive aspects of your life, and when you’re feeling down, pull out your list and read it.
Strive for Excellence and Not Perfection
We’re constantly driven to be perfect, from the clothes we wear to the jobs we do to the cars we drive. Expectations come at us from everywhere, whether it’s the marketing we’re seeing, the social media sites we’re watching, or the friends we spend time with. While the ultimate goal we’ve been taught to shoot for is perfection, that is impossible. What we need to strive for is excellence. Do the best that you can do, and hold yourself accountable, but don’t worry about somebody else’s expectations of perfection.
Don’t Blame Yourself
When things go wrong, sometimes we revert right to taking the blame. This can be because others wrongly put the blame on you when they can’t accept their own faults. Or it may be because your self-esteem is so low and you’re so used to negative self-talk that it’s become your norm. When something bad happens, and you catch yourself taking the blame, pause for a moment. Ask yourself why you feel guilty. Next, be real with yourself about why you’re not to blame. You don’t have to place blame elsewhere, but you should learn to shift it away from yourself when it’s not necessary.
An important first step in rebuilding your self-esteem can be Marisa Peer’s free mini-course. Take some time for yourself, and immediately build your self-esteem. Sign up for your free course today!
Stop Living in Fear – 4 Powerful Ways to Overcome Your Fears
When it comes to coping with fear, you have the power and the ability to overcome your fears, whether you believe it or not. Whether you’re working toward overcoming phobias that have existed for quite some time, or you have a public speaking event, you can learn how to overcome fear and anxiety to take control.
Marisa Peer offers a fresh approach to phobias and anxiety in downloadable audio formats. She has helped numerous others conquer their fear of flying, fear of public speaking, and fear of heights. If you need to know how to control fear, try her audio downloads or attend a live event.
Here are some ways of overcoming the panic and fear you encounter.
Face Your Fear
Facing your fear doesn’t have to happen in the literal sense. However, an important step to take is to pause for a moment, take a deep breath, and recognize that you are afraid. Your fear can manifest as anger, irritation, impatience, and other behaviors. When you get to the root cause and recognize that what you’re feeling is fear, you can begin to work on how to defeat your anxiety.
Ask Yourself Why
Why are you afraid? Do you have an important exam coming up? Is past trauma causing your phobia? Are there other times in your life you’ve felt this afraid? Take time to reflect on your fear and learn more about why you have it, what has caused it, and importantly, how you can move forward with it.
Ask How You Can Grow From Your Fear
Once you have reflected on what is causing your anxiety, you can form a strategy for overcoming it. While it might sound trite, using your phobia as an opportunity to grow is a healthy way of defeating anxiety. Once you face your fear, you will become braver when faced with the same situations in the future. Write down your goals and visualize yourself in the future, after you’ve taken control of your phobias.
Pay Attention to Your Body
Your body is going to signal to you that you’re feeling fear. If you’re about to step up on stage to give a public performance, you’re probably experiencing sweaty palms, a rapid heartbeat, and feeling shaky. Take stock of what you’re experiencing and use it to take control. For example, when your breathing is coming too fast, close your eyes and focus on slowing your breaths.
Marisa Peer’s audio hypnosis downloads can teach you the techniques you need to defeat anxiety and fear. Her Rapid Transformation Therapy (RTT) is taught worldwide and has helped countless people with fears, building confidence, improving concentration, and so much more. Shop online now.
Three Ways to Overcome Panic Attacks
Having a panic attack can be alarming and interfere with your personal and professional life, especially if your attacks are ongoing. In addition to the fear you’re feeling, you’ll likely feel the hallmark symptoms of a panic attack: tight chest, racing heart, numbness, dizziness, and fast breathing. Your world might feel as if it’s closing in and is out of control, and you might wonder if the attack will ever stop.
With Rapid Transformational Therapy®, or RTT, you now have control. The RTT method by Marisa Peer is focused on personal development, and unlike talk therapy and other traditional methods, RTT can transform your life and your health quickly. In fact, many of our clients leave our courses able to take control of their panic attacks within a few days. Whether you want to attend one of the live hypnotherapy trainings we offer all over the world or take a hypnosis course online, we can help. You can also find Marisa Peer’s personal development audio library available for download. Get started on your personal development program now!
Here are three ways to get control of your panic attacks.
Know That You are Safe
Taking control of your panic starts with the understanding that you are safe. You have likely suffered a panic attack in the past if you’re reading this, and you already know that you’ve lived through the attacks that led up to the one you’re having now. Now, in order to find that much-needed panic attack relief, you need to remember that you will live through this one, too.
You might feel paralyzed with fear, which is the fight-or-flight response taking hold. Remaining still and tense can actually feed your panic, so take control of your body by moving. Take a walk (which can also get you out of a situation that triggered it in the first place), try some yoga poses, or anything else that gets you moving and that can channel that energy.
Managing Panic Attacks with Hypnotherapy
Work with a hypnotherapist or personal development coach, who will help you learn methods for managing panic attacks. Hypnotherapy can be done on your own so that you can bring your attention to the triggers, symptoms, and behaviors that lead to an attack. You can learn these techniques either by attending a live event, taking online courses, or listening to Marisa Peer’s online audio collection.
Get started with taking control of your thoughts and your life today.