#123 Relaxation Hypnosis for Stress, Anxiety & Panic Attacks - "FUNNY MEMORY" (Jason Newland) (22nd April 2020)

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Hello, welcome to Jason newland.com. My name is Jason Newland, this is relaxation, hypnosis for stress, anxiety and panic attacks. Please only listen when you can safely Close your eyes. And just to let you know that I have other podcasts, some main podcast, other than this one are, let me bore you to sleep, which is where I just talk for about an hour or so about nothing. They're pretty much daily. The other one is whisper hypnosis. Why is it often called the name of it? Deep Sleep whisper hypnosis. So they lost about 20 to 30 minutes each. And it's just me whisperin. And they're very popular for sleeping. And the other one is sleep hypnosis weekly. And that's usually 30 minutes plus, sometimes longer, 4050 minutes. And I do two versions, one with music one without. So this is going to be a novel one of my little exercises, but I'm not going to talk for an hour, I promise, I say that now might do. But I'm gonna try not to try and stick to just doing the exercise. It's just an idea that you might want to try. And it's going to be a short one, because it's going to be something that you can do in your own time as well. in your own time, or my teacher. Do that on your own time, Tommy. So basically, this to say this to say sides to this little exercise for about. Now, I don't know if you are able to do this in the moment as I ask. So it might be a case of pressing the pause button and thinking about something I want you to think about something that's really funny. Now, I understand that you may be listening to this and you might not be in that kind of a mood. You know, you might be listening because you're feeling miserable or you feel anxious or stressful. Understand that this is what this podcast is for is to help people like yourselves like myself to help to reduce stress levels, and to deal and cope with difficult times. So this is an exercise, this is a technique or if you want to call it to help to reduce anxiety also takes a little bit of thought as well and it will be stepping out of that feeling. Because if you are completely in that feeling, you wouldn't be able to listen to this. So the fact that you can listen to my voice, you can press the play button search for the podcast wherever you can listen to my voice and focus on my voice it means that you do have
the availability to think about other stuff other than the stressful stuff for the anxiety stuff. So there is I don't use the word split, but there is definitely
different categories being used within your brain at this moment. So your brain isn't just one thing. If you think about it, so much unconscious stuff going on, like your heart, blood pumping around your body, healing continuously happening in your body. The growing you're growing and your hair is growing fingernails growing on continuous again tall on nine foot now. It's only eight foot four and a start the recording. So continuously things are happening in our body, continuously, you know the liver, kidneys, lungs, all that stuff just happening automatically without any need from us. So there is always room in your mind for other stuff. Doesn't, you know, sometimes we might say to ourselves, or while I'm thinking about this is, all my brain can do think about that. It's not true. might feel that way. But actually, your brain is way. We always give ourselves enough credit not to go on about how we use a certain percentage of our brains. And I don't even know how true that will all that stuff is. But you are capable, and I am capable of way more than we realize. And you know, that we all know really, don't we. But we don't always maybe acknowledge it. So there's more to us than a feeling. Regardless of how strong that feeling may be, or may have been before you press the play button. It's just not all there is. And I'd like you to think, and it's gonna be a bit weird, but I want you to think yourself, it's really funny. And it can be a joke that you've heard in the past, it can be a situation, it can be a really rude joke. Something that's very out of our folder, you know, it could be un-pc, it could be, it can be something that you'd never say to anyone else. But it just makes you giggle makes you inside and makes you laugh. And there's no judgement. No one's gonna know what you're thinking. And, you know, from my perspective, I think everything is fair game for humor. As far as if it's in your own head, doesn't matter what it is. If it's if it makes you laugh, it makes you laugh. You know, so for this situation, there is no judgment. It's about finding something that just cracks you up. That just makes you laugh. And just
it's been a couple of things over the years. For me, there's one. And this is really city's not so funny now, but it was really funny at the time, where I was working with someone and they, they went off to the toilet or just waiting for him to come back. So I had a job that took two of us to do the job. And his name is Terry, and he came back in. And I said have you seen Andre? Who was our boss? Andre my favorites named after x is my friend. So have you seen Andre is interested? Yeah, I just passed him in the toilet. Now I he meant he just walked past him. I just had the image of Terry pulling him out into the toilet. And I couldn't stop laughing. And I just couldn't honestly could not stop laughing. And he was annoyed with me. Because I didn't stop laughing. And he couldn't really see the funny side to it. I just really found it hilarious. Now, if you've got something like that in your memory, something that was just so ridiculous. And that you just couldn't stop laughing about and you think about it. Sometimes you just laugh. I can't believe that happened. It could be it could be a visual of someone fought you know sitting on a chair and the chair collapses or it could be anything ridiculous, you know, just someone spilling a drink. Or I mean this this wasn't even funny, but it was funny at the time, but I was at a funeral. And that's not the joke. I was at a funeral. After the funeral. A lady came up to my aunt and said how you Kathy
it was Kathy's funeral. With my said it to the wrong slides you didn't even know whose funeral she was at.
I laughed another time. This is a few little memories. We're watching the TV film film on TV. And those is called Shirley Valentine. I think it was a boxing day. I was put about 21 at the time 2021 All families m and n. And my dad and you know, we were just watching this film, I think my dad was there. And at one point in the film, he said, what you need to do is get some stimulus get your gets us get your clitoral stimulated or something like that. It was just a phrase in the film. And my nan said very loudly. Also clearness. I mean, genuinely, she said that I spell my drink, which is weird, because I didn't even have a drink that I came from. And so I left the room, and I had to go into the garden. And I was howling with laughter. Because, so this so many different levels, it was weird to hear my grandmother, who was she must have been. Yeah, at least at then. And also the fact that she had five children. So she must have known something about the human body. And, and also saying it in front of a family and their kids as well. It just, and she seemed like she genuinely didn't, you know. And I just found it hilarious. So that those kind of things. As I think of that, although it's not like making me laugh so much, it gives me a weird feeling of a different feeling in my body. So that's all the way to do is, if you need to pause the recording to think of something, or you think of a few things, maybe write them down to remind you. And more like to shake that off, say that off and focus on the stuff that's a feeling you had before that feeling of anxiety or stress. knows what level is zero to 10. You know, this, you know, the drill, zero, nothing 10 being high, this 10 zero being black, zero, you know, nothing at all. And so focused on that feeling nice and what it is. And perhaps we should have done this right before the beginning before I started blabbing on but they'll think of that thing. So you got that feeling. Now think of one of those events in the past that was just really funny. It doesn't have to be an event from your past. It could be something funny from a movie. Yeah, some my favorite bits from airplane, or Life of Brian, or there's one bit with I think it's who's Bob with. I forget his name, but he's basically lead care characters asleep. And his psychiatry as he says he's staying true. psychiatrists have their holiday home. And a psychologist is trying to wake him up because he's his patient is trying to wake him up. And he's doing everything is blowing your horn playing a trumpet, everything, cymbals drums, to try and wake Bob up. Nothing. And then blah, blah, whoops, alarm clock goes off. And he just wakes up straight away. That was one of the funniest bits. I realize I didn't do much justice. And another movie bit was Gene Wilder in a film. It wasn't one of his most famous films. But he was there. A woman kisses him on the lips. And he rubs his lips, screams and runs off. And again, that that's those bits, I had to actually stop the movie, because I'm laughing so much. Again, that's visual stuff. That's visual stuff. So I might have not done it very much justice at all by explaining or describing it.
So there's gonna be things bits that you've liked in films that you found hilarious, that maybe you don't think about very often, as so. What just might be a joke might be something that a friend said to you. Anyway, if you think of something just Again, if you do need to pause the recording, in order to think of something, but when you thought about something, and just like you to just think about that, and because you know, you can separate in your mind, you got that feeling. On one side, the anxiety, stress feeling. On the other side, you've got this feeling the comedy, The memory of laughter, and even if you even if you're not may be able to get in touch with that feeling itself, you can remember the laughter remember the memory of it. Just even if it's fake, doesn't matter, because has feelings connected to it. And there's a different energy, different energy to that. And you can imagine, so you got, you've got the, say, you, you can put your hands out in front of you, the left hand and right hand. So you got either one mentioned that there's two hands on one's left one's right. And of course, if you aren't able to do it, for whatever reason, you can imagine doing it in your head and see your left hand and your right hand, your left hand, you've got the anxiety and the stress and that feeling that's there. That's my, you know, my what have changed, since you've been listening to me, who said, you know, before you decided to listen to my voice, and change the way you feel, so you got in the right hands, you have a hand, you've got the laughter, the memory of the laughter, the memory of the humor, whatever it might be, it's gonna be different for you, from anyone else, because you've got your own experiences, your own memories, the different things that you find funny, and that's what makes us all unique and interesting. So you got that in the right hand, and you got the other stuff. And so I just want you to gauge what level on the left hand, what level that is, of anxiety and stress. And what is different from before the last time you have noticed the level from 10 down to zero. And maybe it's changed movies gone down a little bit, my wrist gone down a lot, maybe it's still the same, maybe it's you know, whatever it is, so just knows what it is now 10 being top zero being nothing, it just knows what number you'd give it now longer asked you to do is when you're ready, you want to count on a countdown from one to three, when I say three, I'd like you just to push your hands together. That's it. So Calvin, one, focusing on the left hand, really get in touch with that feeling, really getting in touch with the right hand feeling as well. A feeling and realizing that you can have both feelings, you know, your your brain is way more as way more ability and flexibility than, than perhaps you normally give credit to yourself to, again, noticing. Maybe there's a different a difference in the feeling maybe the right hand, because it's kind of something that we're focusing on. And it's sort of growing, and it's there's more there. And that's less on the left hand and is that anxiety, stress hasn't got the power that maybe thought we did have initially as you've been focusing and listening to me talking and becoming more aware of the fears of the laughter and humor, comedy and whatever it might be from the past or even now in your right hand and want to get to number three, when asked you to
push your hands together as three Now put your hands together and just rub them together. Just do it now see your hands get nice. And then just move your hands around a bit like you're washing your hands,
you know, we all see on the television must wash your hands, don't forget to do it between your fingers, between your finger and thumb. So imagine you just still doing it just washing your hands, but there's no soap, there's no water, there's just Unless, of course, you actually are standing at the seat, which would be fine. If that's what you're doing. That's sad. That's how you listen to recordings. And then just keep doing it. Focusing on your hands, noticing that, when you do this, apart from the fact that it feels quite nice, because it stimulates the nerve endings in your fingers. And because you're doing it gently, and sort of brings the blood to your hands. So you know, brings that healing to your hands. Also, almost feels like even though you know, you got a right hand or left hand, they feel very connected, not really connected. And you know, you can take them apart at any time. And they're not stuck together or anything like that. But they do feel like they are as one even though they're moving around and you right farm is in a different direction to your left farm. You can feel that connection. I mean, they are connected, they're part of your body, they're part they're attached to you is that connection, and there's a rule is that sense of intimacy as well, where something that has we don't do enough of is holding our own hands. Because let's face it, we really should be our own best friend. We're the only person that we spend every second of every day, from the moment we're born with something else with ourselves every second of our life. So why not hold your own hand. And just just feels nice. There's a comfort there's a safety in that might sound weird might be a little bit slushy. But feels nice actually are quite like. So I'm not rubbing my hands together as much as more just gently stroke in the palms with the fingers and then stroke in the backs of your hands. From your, from your wrists all the way down your fingers, the backs your fingers, then do the other hand. Just gently stroking your fingertips down your cross your hands across the back of your fingers. And then do the same with the backs of your fingers and now is just gonna stroke and across the palms of your hands from your wrists down to you and your fingers. And then as you put your hands together, Jenny moving on. I might be sound a bit weird, but if you put your hands together, you can actually move your arms around a little bit. really gently, but really gently and only do if it's physically safe and okay for you to do. You're not pushing your hands together with any kind of strength or pressure, they're just together. And you can just move them around a little bit. And those muscles in your body, upper body. You can feel that they're relaxed. your legs, your arms, the face, every part usual acts that may be puffing your shoulders, because you're using your shoulders, and maybe side your arm power energy to lift your hands. So that's the only part maybe part of the chest. We upper back. Still relaxed but you know it's being used so it's not as relaxed as the rest of your body.
And to just clap your hands If it's your knees or wherever two sides of your chair just allow your shoulders to relax. It's quite tiring actually not tiring, but feel very tired but in a non attire that I need to go to sleep by tired that I feel rested, I feel Yeah. And all I can feel now is just relaxation. There is nothing else is just calmness, calmness, relaxed in my body, but also in my mind, relaxed in your body and also in your mind. And that's all there is to it really. I hope that this has been useful to you. Please let me know how you get on. I'd love to hear from you. You can go to my website, leave a review on the review page if you choose. And yeah, I feel really quite chilled out actually. Thank you for listening. Remember to be kind to yourself. I'll see you next time. Lots of love bye

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